A collection of material pertaining to the life and career of author and social reformer Anna Strunsky Walling and her husband,
William English Walling.
Anna Strunsky Walling (1877-1964) was born in Babinotz, Russia, and immigrated to the United States in 1893. She took classes
through the University of California system and earned an A.B. degree from Stanford University in 1900. In 1906 she married
William English Walling (1877-1936), the author and reformer, and spent the next two years studying in Russia. Both Anna and
William were active Socialists and social reformers who wrote and lectured on literary and political topics. Anna Strunsky
Walling's publications included Violette of Pere Lachaise (1915), and The Kempton-Wace letters (1903), which she co-authored
with Jack London.
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