This collection contains papers of investor George Pelton concerning Pelton's agreement and disputes in the early 1900s with
novelist Jack London concerning the film rights of London's novel
The Sea Wolf (1904), and with director Cecil B. DeMille concerning various productions of plays.
George S. Pelton (active 1905-1915) was a businessman and investor who entered into agreements with Jack London and Joseph
J. Noel regarding the dramatic rights to The Sea Wolf.
He also invested with Cecil B. DeMille in various productions of plays.
54 items in 3 boxes
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