The collection consists primarily of letters from California writer Charmian London to literary agent Harvey Taylor, in the
early 1930s, discussing both personal and business subjects.
Taylor was acting as an agent for Charmian and the works of her late husband, writer Jack London, at this time.
Charmian London (1873-1955) was an American writer and the second wife of author
Jack London (1876-1916). After her husband's death in 1916, she supported their
Beauty Ranch in Sonoma County, California, with the sales of various rights to Jack's works for publication and adaptation.
65 pieces in 1 box
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