This collection consists chiefly of magazines containing the first appearances of works by American author and journalist
Jack London (1876-1916),
best known for his fiction about California, Alaska, and the Pacific.
The collection includes 130 periodicals with London's short stories, serialized versions of his novels, and essays, with the
bulk dating from the
late 1890s to the 1910s. In addition, there are 20 pieces of ephemera and miscellaneous printed items about London's work
and life, including materials
prepared by London enthusiasts through the 1970s.
Jack London (1876-1916) was an American author and journalist best known for his fiction about California, Alaska, and the
151 items in 31 boxes
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