This collection consists of 45 letters, primarily from Jack London and his wife, Charmian London, and 15 pieces of ephemera.
Jack London (1876-1916) was an American author best known for his fiction about California, Alaska, and the Pacific. His novel
The call of the wild is among the most internationally popular works by an American. An autodidact, he directed his thirst
for knowledge toward several passions, including sailing, ranching, and photography. He traveled widely, to Hawaii and throughout
the South Pacific, through California, Oregon, Nevada, to Korea during the Russo-Japanese war, Mexico during the Mexican Civil
War, and London, England, experiences which are reflected in his writing and his photographs.
60 items in 2 boxes and 1 folder
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