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 JL 21326  LONDON, Jack. Screen Lady: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 9 pp. 12mo.
Box  89

 JL 1140-1141  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. Scorn of Women.

 

 JL 1140  LONDON, Jack. Scorn of Women: [3-act play]. 21 December 1904.

A.Ms.S. 238 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1141  LONDON, Jack. Scorn of Women: [3-act play]. 21 December 1904.

Ms. 202 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Oakland, California.
Box  90

 JL 1161-1172  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. SE.

 

 JL 1161  LONDON, Jack. The Sea: [notes for boat articles]. [1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: 2 magazine articles (5 pieces).
 

 JL 1162  LONDON, Jack. Sea Diary. 1 March-30 April 1912.

Ms. 7 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1163  LONDON, Jack. The Sea Farmer: [short story]. [ca. 1912].

A.Ms. 70 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1164  LONDON, Jack. The Sea Farmer: [short story]. [ca. 1912].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 16 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Printer's copy. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1165  LONDON, Jack. Sea-Fiction: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: Newspaper clipping (1 piece).
 

 JL 1166  LONDON, Jack. The Sea Sprite and the Shooting Star: [poem]. [ca. 1890].

Ms. 5 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1167  LONDON, Jack. The Sea-Wolf: [sales notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1168  LONDON, Jack. The Seed of McCoy: [short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 138 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1169  LONDON, Jack. The Seed of McCoy: [short story]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 27 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Penciled corrections.
 

 JL 1170  LONDON, Jack. The septus myth and the successful imposter: [plot for novel]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1171  LONDON, Jack. Serial Publications: [notebook]. 1904-1913.

A.Ms. 1 vol. sm. 4to.
 

 JL 1172  LONDON, Jack. Seven Kanakas: [short story note]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written on magazine clipping).
Box  91

 JL 1173-1190, 21327  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. SF-SK.

 

 JL 1173  LONDON, Jack. Sharks: [notes]. [ca. 1907].

A.Ms. 59 pp. 8vo. and 12mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1174  LONDON, Jack. Sharks: [notes for novel]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1175  LONDON, Jack. The Shaving of Goozluc: [notes for short story]. [pre 1902].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 4to., 8vo., and 12mo. (partially typewritten).
 

 JL 1176  LONDON, Jack. The Sheriff of Kona: [short story]. 10 May 1908.

A.Ms.S. 51 pp. 4to. Apia, Samoa.
 

 JL 1177     LONDON, Jack. The Sheriff of Kona: [short story]. 10 May 1908.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 12 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1178  LONDON, Jack. The Shift of Wind: [title for sea story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1179  LONDON, Jack. Shin Bones: [short story]. 16 July 1916.

A.Ms.S. 87 pp. 4to. Waikiki, Hawaii.
 

 JL 1180  LONDON, Jack. Shoot the Evidence: [note for short story series]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1181  LONDON, Jack. Short Ghost Story: [plot]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Author's autograph notes.
 

 JL 1182  LONDON, Jack. Short sea story: "...hero removes wheel. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1183  LONDON, Jack. [Short story note]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1184  LONDON, Jack. Short Story Skit: [notes]. 10 December 1910.

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. Also: Newspaper clipping.
 

 JL 1185  LONDON, Jack. Short story told mainly in letters. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1186  LONDON, Jack. Shorty Dreams: (Smoke Bellew Tale Four): [Short Story]. 31 January 1911.

A.Ms.S. 59 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Los Angeles.
 

 JL 1187  LONDON, Jack. The Shrinkage of the Planet: [essay]. [ca. 1900].

Copy (Ms.) 11 p. 4to. (typewritten and printed). Also: Envelope.
 

 JL 1188  LONDON, Jack. The sickness of the sun: [idea for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1189  LONDON, Jack. The Sir John Franklin Expedition: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. *typewritten).1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 21327  LONDON, Jack. [Sketch for description of a room]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 5 pp. 12mo.
 

 JL 1190  LONDON, Jack. Sketch of a Man and Woman: (notes). [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo.
Box  92

 JL 1191  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. Sea-Wolf.

 

 JL 1191  LONDON, Jack. The Sea-Wolf: [novel]. A.Ms. 1904

1 box. Burned during the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.
Box  93

 JL 1192-1193  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. Star Rover.

 

 JL 1192  LONDON, Jack. The Star-Rover: [note for novel]. [pre 1914].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: 20 newspaper clippings (24 pieces). and 1 envelope.
 

 JL 1193  LONDON, Jack. The Star-Rover: [notes]. [pre 1914].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: 8 magazine clippings (27 pieces).
 

 JL 1194  LONDON, Jack. The Star-Rover: [novel]. 22 March 1914.

A.Ms.S. 1,054 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
Box  94

 JL 1195-1213, 21328  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. SL-SN.

 

 JL 1195  LONDON, Jack. Slang: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: Newspaper clipping (1 piece).
 

 JL 1196  LONDON, Jack. The sleepy mood of the doldrums: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 6 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1197  LONDON, Jack. Slow way of speaking: [notes]. [pre 1901].

Ms. 1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 1198  LONDON, Jack. Slum child: [note for future story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1199  LONDON, Jack. Slum novel: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 12mo. (written in pencil). Also: 1 newspaper article (1 piece) and 1 magazine clipping (1 piece).
 

 JL 1200  LONDON, Jack. Slum novel: [notes]. [pre 1905].

Ms. 8 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1201  [LONDON, Jack. Small-Boat Sailing]. 15 April 1911.

A.Ms.S. 51 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Aboard the Roamer on Sonoma Creek, [California].
 

 JL 1202  LONDON, Jack. Small-Boat Sailing: [article]. 15 April 1911.

Ms. 10 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1203  LONDON, Jack. The Smell of the Reef: [note]. [ca. 1908].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1204  LONDON, Jack. Smoke Bellew: [Note for South Sea or Alaskan Short Story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to.(typewritten). Also: Newspaper clipping.
 

 JL 1205  LONDON, Jack. Smoke Bellew: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 6 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 21328  LONDON, Jack. Smoke Bellew: [radio script]. [pre 1940].

Ms. 20 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1206  LONDON, Jack. Smoke Bellew or South Seas: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1207  LONDON, Jack. Smoke of Life: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 12 pp. 8vo. and 12mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1208  LONDON, Jack. Smoke of Life: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1209  LONDON, Jack. The Snark Book: [front matter for The Cruise of the Snark]. 10 December 1910.

A.Ms. 17 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1210  LONDON, Jack. Snark Book: [note for book]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1211  LONDON, Jack. [Snark navigation log]. 6 June-8 October [Ca. 1907].

A.Ms. 1 vol. 12mo. (written in pencil). Aboard Snark
 

 JL 1212  LONDON, Jack. Snark: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1213  LONDON, Jack. Snark: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
Box  95

 JL 1214-1248  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. SO.

 

 JL 1214  LONDON, Jack. The Social Machine: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: newspaper clipping (1 piece).
 

 JL 1215  LONDON, Jack. A social study: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. fol. (written in pencil on 2 magazine clippings).
 

 JL 1216  LONDON, Jack. Socialism and the American Farmer: [lecture note]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1217  LONDON, Jack. [Socialism notes]. [pre 1900].

Ms. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten). Also: Newspaper clipping (1 piece).
 

 JL 1218  LONDON, Jack. Socialist Autobiography: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1219  LONDON, Jack. Socialist Autobiography: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Newspaper clipping (1 piece).
 

 JL 1220  LONDON, Jack. Socialist Lecture: [notes]. [Ca. 1910].

A.Ms. 22 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: 6 newspaper clippings and 4 magazine clippings.
 

 JL 1221  LONDON, Jack. Socialist Lecture: (The Strength of the Strong): [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1222  LONDON, Jack. Socialist Novel: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1223  LONDON, Jack. Socialist Series: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1224  LONDON, Jack. A Socialist...slowly wins the love of a capitalist's daughter: [notes for a sociological study]. [pre 1901].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1225  LONDON, Jack. Socialist Story: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1226  LONDON, Jack. The Socialist's Dream: [4-stanza poem]. [ca. 1900].

Ms. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1227  LONDON, Jack. The Socialist's must be right: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1228  LONDON, Jack. Solomon Island names. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1229  LONDON, Jack. Solomon Island Stories: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 4to. (partially typewritten).
 

 JL 1230  LONDON, Jack. Solomon Island Stories: [notes for short stories]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1231  LONDON, Jack. Solomon Islands Story: [notes]. [ca. 1908].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1233  LONDON, Jack. Solomon Story: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1234  LONDON, Jack. Solomon Story: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1232  LONDON, Jack. Solomons: [note]. [ca. 1908].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1235  LONDON, Jack. Something Rotten in Idaho: [newspaper article]. [ca 1906].

Ms.S. 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California. Also: Note by Charmian (Kittredge) London.
 

 JL 1236  LONDON, Jack. The Somnambulists: [essay]. 13 June 1906.

A.Ms.S. 27 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1237  LONDON, Jack. The Son: [idea for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. obl. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1238  LONDON, Jack. A Son of Storm: [notes for short story]. [pre 1903].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1239  LONDON, Jack. A Son of the Sun: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1240  LONDON, Jack. A Son of the Sun: [plot for novel]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1241  LONDON, Jack. A Son of the Sun: Sun Tales, Tale I: [short story]. 11 March 1911.

A.Ms.S. 83 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1242  LONDON, Jack. The Song of the Flames: [2-stanza poem]. [ca. 1900].

Ms. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1243  LONDON, Jack. South of the Slot: [notes for novel]. [ca. 1908].

A.Ms. 22 pp. 8vo. and 12mo.
 

 JL 1244  LONDON, Jack. South of the Slot: [short story]. 5 February 1909.

A.Ms.S. 62 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Tasmania.
 

 JL 1245  LONDON, Jack. South of the Slot: [short story]. [1909].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 15 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Printer's copy. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1246  LONDON, Jack. South Sea fiction data: [note]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1247  LONDON, Jack. South Sea Short Stories - Setting and Ideas. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 12mo.
 

 JL 1248  LONDON, Jack. South Seas Short Story: [note]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  96

 JL 1249-1256, 1258-1269  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. SP-STO.

 

 JL 1249  LONDON, Jack. Spanish names: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1250  LONDON, Jack. [Spanish vocabulary]. [ca. 1914].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1251  LONDON, Jack. Speech on Free-Will - Environment. [pre 1904].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Partially handwritten.
 

 JL 1252  LONDON, Jack. Stability of Established: [notes]. [1905].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. Also: Magazine clipping (2 pieces).
 

 JL 1253  LONDON, Jack. [Stage setting for a play]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1254  LONDON, Jack. Stalking the Pestilence: [Mexican War Article]. [ca. 1914].

A.Ms. 64 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1255  LONDON, Jack. [Stalking the Pestilence]: [Mexican War Article]. [ca. 1914].

Ms. 13 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1256  LONDON, Jack. The Stampede to Squaw Creek: (Smoke Bellew Tale Three): [short story]. 25 January 1911.

A.Ms.S. 76 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Avalon, Catalina Island, California.
 

 JL 1257  LONDON, Jack. [Statement on farming]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 8vo. Note: This has been recataloged as "Chinese: [article]."
 

 JL 1258  LONDON, Jack. Steamer in river ice: [note for Klondike short story]. [pre 1905].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Newspaper article (1 piece).
 

 JL 1259  LONDON, Jack. The Stone-Fishing of Bora Bora: [article]. 1908

A.Ms.S. 26 pp. 4to. (author's autograph corrections. Aboard Snark, between Bora Bora and Samoa, South Pacific.
 

 JL 1260  LONDON, Jack. The Stone-Fishing of Bora Bora: [article]. 26 April 1908.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 6 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1261  LONDON, Jack. The Stories of the Old Testament: [notes for book]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1262  LONDON, Jack. Stories sold to Hampton's Magazine: [note]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1263  LONDON, Jack. Story of Adam Worth: [note for] criminal story. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: Magazine clipping (8 pieces).
 

 JL 1264  LONDON, Jack. The Story of Ban: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1265  LONDON, Jack. The Story of Ban: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1266  LONDON, Jack. The Story of Crime: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1267  LONDON, Jack. Story of Jim Joy: [notes for Klondike story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1268  LONDON, Jack. Story of Jim Joy: [notes for Klondike story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1269  LONDON, Jack. Story of Tom and Sweetheart: [note for Klondike story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  97

 JL 1270-1286  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. STP-SZ.

 

 JL 1270  LONDON, Jack. The Strange Experience of a Misogynist. [ca. 1897].

Ms. 14 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1271  LONDON, Jack. Stranger than Fiction: [essay]. [ca. 1903].

Ms. 6 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1272  LONDON, Jack. The Strength of the Strong: [short story]. 28 January 1909.

A.Ms.S. 57 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Tasmania.
 

 JL 1273  LONDON, Jack. The Strength of the Strong: [short story]. 28 January 1909.

Ms. 14 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Author's autograph corrections. Printer's copy. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1274  LONDON, Jack. The Strike Breaker: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 5 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1275  LONDON, Jack. Striking! [scene for Klondike story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1276  LONDON, Jack. The Struggling Writer: [notes for] plot for play. [pre 1917].

Ms. 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1277  LONDON, Jack. Study a la Edith Wharton: [note]. [pre 1907].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1278  LONDON, Jack. Study of a boy: [plot]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo and 16mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1279  LONDON, Jack. Study of Joan and Me: [novel plot]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1280  LONDON, Jack. A study of the unsexed girl: [notes for] short story of sketch. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 12mo. Also: Magazine article (3 pieces).
 

 JL 1281  LONDON, Jack. The Stupid Lowly: [notes for an essay]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1282  LONDON, Jack. Subjects: [filing notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 5 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1283  LONDON, Jack. Suicide: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1284  LONDON, Jack. Sumatra: [note]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1285  LONDON, Jack. The Sun-Dog Trail: [short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 70 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1286  LONDON, Jack. A Syndicate of Beauty: [note for short story]. [pre 1901].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  98

 JL 1287-1300, 21329  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. T-TG.

 

 JL 1287  LONDON, Jack. Tahiti Short Story: [plot]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1288  LONDON, Jack. Tahiti Story: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1289  LONDON, Jack. Tale of a Man and a Wolf-dog: [note for short story]. [ca. 1900].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1290  LONDON, Jack. Tales of "Nimrod, A Mighty Hunter": [notes]. [pre 1900?].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1329  LONDON, Jack. Tampico Story: [notes]. 1914

A.Ms. 10 pp. 12mo.
 

 JL 1291  LONDON, Jack. The Tar Pot: [short story]. 18 August 1912.

A.Ms.S. 86 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1292  LONDON, Jack. The Tar Pot: [short story]. 18 August 1912.

Ms. 23 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Penciled corrections by Charmian (Kittredge) London. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1293  LONDON, Jack. The Taste of Meat: (Smoke Bellew Tale I): [short story]. 31 December 1910.

A.Ms.S. 87 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1294  LONDON, Jack. The Tavern of Morality: [autobiographical notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1295  LONDON, Jack. The Tears of Ah-Kim: [short story]. 16 June 1916.

A.Ms.S. 54 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii.
 

 JL 1296  LONDON, Jack. Ted's Ancestry: [note for novel]. [pre1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1297  LONDON, Jack. The Telegraphic Condenser and Universal Cipher Code: [code book used in Russo-Japanese War]. [ca. 1904].

A.Ms. 1 vol. obl.8vo. Also: Note by Charmian (Kittredge) London. (1 piece).
 

 JL 1298  LONDON, Jack. The Terrible and Tragic: [essay]. 1902

Ms. 9 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1299  LONDON, Jack. The Terrible Solomons: [short story]. 26 September 1908.

A.Ms.S. 58 pp. 4to. (written in pencil). Author's autograph corrections. Lord Have Island.
 

 JL 1300  LONDON, Jack. The Terrible Solomons: [short story]. 26 September 1908.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 14 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  99

 JL 1301-1317  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. TH-TQ.

 

 JL 1301  LONDON, Jack. That Dead Men Rise Up Never: [semiautobiographical sketch]. [ca. 1916].

A.Ms. 31 pp. 4to. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1302  LONDON, Jack. That Pup: [notes for story]. [pre 1905].

A.Ms. 1 p. 4to. (partially typewritten). Also: Newspaper clipping (1 piece).
 

 JL 1303  LONDON, Jack. That Spot: [short story]. 15 June 1907.

A.Ms.S. 42 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii.
 

 JL 1304  LONDON, Jack. These Bones Shall Rise Again: [short essay]. [1901].

Ms. 12 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Envelope.
 

 JL 1305  LONDON, Jack. Thompson and Johnson: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1306  LONDON, Jack. Thoreau: [notes]. 15 July 1900.

Ms. 1 p. fol. (written on newspaper clipping).
 

 JL 1307  LONDON, Jack. Timber-Jam Yarn: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1308  LONDON, Jack. To Build a Fire: [note for short story]. [May 1907].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1309  LONDON, Jack. To Build a Fire: [note for short story]. [May 1907].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1311  LONDON, Jack. To Build a Fire: [short story]. 29 May 1907.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 13 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1312  LONDON, Jack. To Kill a Man: [short story]. 24 September 1910.

A.Ms.S. 53 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1313  LONDON, Jack. Told in the Drooling Ward: [short story]. 10 October 1910.

A.Ms.S. 39 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1314  LONDON, Jack. Told in the Drooling Ward: [short story]. 10 October 1910.

Ms. 9 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1315  LONDON, Jack. Tom Donovan: [rough draft of short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 26 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1316  LONDON, Jack. Too Late: [poem]. [pre 1900].

Ms. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1317  LONDON, Jack. The Town-Site of Tra-Lee: [Smoke Bellew Tales, Tale Eleven]: [short story]. 27 October 1911.

A.Ms.S. 98 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, [California].
Box  100

 JL 1318  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. Theft.

 

 JL 1318  LONDON, Jack. Theft: [4 act play]. [June 1910].

A.Ms. 406 pp. 4to and 8vo. Author's autograph corrections. [Glen Ellen, California].
Box  101

 JL 1319-1345  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. TR-TZ.

 

 JL 1323  LONDON, Jack. The Trader: [notes for book]. 7 January 1906.

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Newspaper article (1 piece).
 

 JL 1320  LONDON, Jack. The Tramp: [lecture]. 1901

Ms. 17 pp. fol. (typewritten). Oakland, California Also: Envelope with autograph notes.
 

 JL 1319  LONDON, Jack. [Tramp Diary]. [ca. 1894].

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 14 pp. 4to and 8vo. (typewritten). Copy made by Charmian (Kittredge) London.
 

 JL 1321  LONDON, Jack. A tramp novel: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1322  LONDON, Jack. A tramp novel: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1323  LONDON, Jack. Tramping Experiences: [note]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1324  LONDON, Jack. Tramping: [note for lecture]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1325  LONDON, Jack. Travel in Korea: [essay]. 10 March 1904.

A.Ms. 16 pp. 4to. (incomplete). Susan, Korea.
 

 JL 1326  LONDON, Jack. Travel in Korea: [essay]. 10 March 1904.

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Incomplete.
 

 JL 1327  LONDON, Jack. Trilogy of Parker Ranch: [notes]. [ca. 1915?].

A.Ms. 9 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1328  LONDON, Jack. Trilogy of Parker Ranch: [notes]. [ca. 1915?].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1329  LONDON, Jack. Troilets. 1898-1899.

Ms. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1330  LONDON, Jack. The Trouble-maker in Mexico: [article]. 1941

A.Ms.S. 49 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1331  LONDON, Jack. The Trouble-makers of Mexico: [article]. 1914

Carbon copy (Ms.) 10 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1332  LONDON, Jack. A Trumpet Call: [sonnet]. 1900

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Oakland, California.
 

 JL 1333  LONDON, Jack. Trust: [short story]. 21 June 1907.

A.Ms.S. 54 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii.
 

 JL 1334  LONDON, Jack. Trust: [short story]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 11 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1335  LONDON, Jack. Turtles of Tasman: [copyright page]. 1916

Galley proofs. 3 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1339  LONDON, Jack. Twentieth Century Machine-breakers: [notes for articles]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1340  LONDON, Jack. Two daughters, brought up absolutely differently: [notes for novel]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 5 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1341  LONDON, Jack. Two daughters, brought up absolutely differently: [notes for novel]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1342  LONDON, Jack. Two swimmers and traders on: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1343  LONDON, Jack. Two Thousand Stiffs: [tramping adventure]. [ca. 1907].

A.Ms. 50 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1344  LONDON, Jack. Two Thousand Stiffs: [tramping adventure]. [ca. 1907].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 11 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1345  LONDON, Jack. Two young lovers: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 12mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1336  LONDON, Jack. Typee: [essay]. December 1907.

A.Ms.S. 51 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1337  LONDON, Jack. Typee: [essay]. December 1907.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 11 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1338  LONDON, Jack. Typhoon off the Coast of Japan: [short story]. 1892

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 5 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1346  LONDON, Jack. The Unexpected: [short story]. [1906].

A.Ms. 85 pp. 4to. and 8vo. Author's autograph corrections.
Box  102

 JL 1346-1367, 21330-21331  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. U-V.

 

 JL 1347  LONDON, Jack. Unnecessary Fortune: [note for novel]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 4to. Also: Magazine clipping (2 pieces).
 

 JL 1348  LONDON, Jack. The Unparalled [sic] Invasion: [note for short story]. [ca. 1906].

A.Ms. 17 pp. 8vo. and sm. 12mo.
 

 JL 1349  LONDON, Jack. The Unparalleled Invasion: [short story]. 11 March 1906.

A.Ms.S. 58 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1350  LONDON, Jack. The Unparalleled Invasion: [short story]. 11 March 1906.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 12 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1351  LONDON, Jack. Up the Slide: [short story]. [1901].

Ms. 7 pp. fol. (typewritten). Oakland, California.
 

 JL 1352  LONDON, Jack. Uremia: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (written in another hand).
 

 JL 1353  LONDON, Jack. Uremia: [notes]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1354  LONDON, Jack. Utopia: [note for novel]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1355  LONDON, Jack. The Vengeance of Tomi: [note for Hawaiian short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 21330  LONDON, Jack. Vera Cruz: [notes for short story]. 1914

A.Ms. 4 pp. 12mo.
 

 JL 1356  LONDON, Jack. Verse: [notes on form]. [ca. 1898?].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1357  LONDON, Jack. Views of an Ingorrote Chief: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. Also: Magazine clipping (4 pieces).
 

 JL 1358  LONDON, Jack. Vigilantes: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1359  LONDON, Jack. Viking [names]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 21331  LONDON, Jack. The Village Bachelors: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1360  LONDON, Jack. The Vital Liars: [notes for novel]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 9 pp. obl. 12mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1361  LONDON, Jack. The Vital Liars: [notes for novel]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1362  LONDON, Jack. Vocabulary of a North Ireland (Transplanted Scotchman) Man. [pre 1917].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1363  LONDON, Jack. The Volcanic Island: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1364  LONDON, Jack. The Volcanic Island: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1365  LONDON, Jack. The Volcano of --: [note for] Black Cat Story. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1366  LONDON, Jack. Voluntary cessation of reproduction: [note for story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1367  LONDON, Jack. A Voyage on Tramp Steamer Extending Over Two Years and a Half: [notes on itinerary]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
Volumes  31-39

 JL volumes 31-39  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. Valley of the Moon.

A.Ms.S. 1,487 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Aboard Dirigo, 48 N. Latitude. 144 W. Longitude.
 

 JL volume 31  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 32  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 33  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 34  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 35  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 36  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 37  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 38  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

 

 JL volume 39  LONDON, Jack. The Valley of the Moon. 17 July 1912.

Box  103

 JL 1369  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. Valley of the Moon.

 

 JL 1369  LONDON, Jack. [The Valley of the Moon]: [notes]. 1913

A.Ms. 1 p. (written in pencil). Also: 27 magazine articles, profusely annotated (69 pieces) and 3 newspapers articles (3 pieces).
Box  104

 JL 1370-1387, 21332  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. W-WG.

 

 JL 1371  LONDON, Jack. Wanderlust: [notes for study]. [pre 1901].

Ms. 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1372  LONDON, Jack. Wanted: A New Land of Development: [essay]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 19 pp. fol. (typewritten). Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1373  LONDON, Jack. War: [notes for short story]. [ca. 1910].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1374  LONDON, Jack. War: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1375  LONDON, Jack. War: [short story]. 13 September 1910.

A.Ms.S. 23 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1376  LONDON, Jack. War: [Sketches of the Russo-Japanese War]. [ca. 1904].

Ms. 20 pp. 4to and fol. (typewritten). Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1377  LONDON, Jack. War correspondence: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1378  LONDON, Jack. The War of the Classes: [preface and table of contents]. 12 January 1905.

A.Ms.S. 16 pp. 4to. (one typewritten page). Oakland, California.
 

 JL 1379  LONDON, Jack. Ware Ware: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1380  LONDON, Jack. The Watcher on the Tower: [notes for essay]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1381  LONDON, Jack. The Water Baby: [short story]. 2 October 1916.

A.Ms.S. 39 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1382  LONDON, Jack. Water dispute: [notes]. [ca. 1916].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1383  LONDON, Jack. The Way of War: [poem]. [pre 1901].

Ms. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten). Author's penciled corrections.
 

 JL 21332  LONDON, Jack. The Way of War: [poem]. [ca. 1898].

Ms. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1384  LONDON, Jack. Ways to Die: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 6 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1385  LONDON, Jack. Wealth: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: Magazine clipping (2 pieces).
 

 JL 1386  LONDON, Jack. "We have done with the kisses that sting..." [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1387  LONDON, Jack. We of the Never Never: [review]. 27 December 1910.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California.
Box  105

 JL 1388-1405  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. WHA-WHH.

 

 JL 1388  LONDON, Jack. The Whale Tooth: [notes for story]. [1908].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1389  LONDON, Jack. The Whale Tooth: [short story]. 20 July 1908.

A.Ms.S. 44 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Solomon Islands.
 

 JL 1390  LONDON, Jack. The Whale Tooth: [short story]. 1908

Carbon copy (Ms.) 10 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1392  LONDON, Jack. What Life Means to Me. November 1905.

Ms. 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Newton, Iowa.
 

 JL 1391  LONDON, Jack. What Life Means to Me Now. [pre 1916].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1393  LONDON, Jack. What the Community Loses by the Competitive System. [pre 1904].

Ms. 17 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1370  LONDON, Jack. What's in a name: [note for article]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1394  LONDON, Jack. The Wheel: [notes for novel]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 17 pp. 8vo. and 12mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1395  LONDON, Jack. The Wheel: [notes for novel]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Magazine article (3 pieces).
 

 JL 1396  LONDON, Jack. When Alice Told Her Soul: [short story]. 30 August 1916.

A.Ms.S. 67 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California. See also: "Hawaiian Short Story"JL 734).
 

 JL 1397  LONDON, Jack. When God Laughs: [notes for short story]. 1907

A.Ms. 16 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1398  LONDON, Jack. When God Laughs: [short story]. 20 March 1906.

A.Ms.S. 4 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1399  LONDON, Jack. When God Laughs: [short story]. 20 March 1906.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 11 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1400  LONDON, Jack. When God Laughs story: [notes]. [ca. 1908].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1401  LONDON, Jack. When Hell Congles: [idea]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1402  LONDON, Jack. When Hell Congles: [idea]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1403  LONDON, Jack. When the World Was Near to Wabbling and the World Never Wabbled: [notes for futuristic short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1404  LONDON, Jack. When the World Was Young: [short story]. 1 June 1910.

A.Ms. 69 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1405  LONDON, Jack. "Where the rats ate the cane...:" [notes for an essay]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
Box  106

 JL 1406-1407  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. White Fang.

 

 JL 1406  LONDON, Jack. White Fang: [notes]. [ca. 1905].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1407  LONDON, Jack. White Fang: [novel]. 10 October 1905.

A.Ms.S. 511 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
Box  107

 JL 1408-1423  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. WHI-WIS.

 

 JL 1408  LONDON, Jack. White man...fighting with savages: [short story note]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 12 mo.
 

 JL 1409  LONDON, Jack. The White Man's Way: [short story]. [ca. 1906].

A.Ms. 48 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1410  LONDON, Jack. White Squaw: [note]. 7 January 1911.

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil on magazine clipping).
 

 JL 1411  LONDON, Jack. Who Go Down to the Sea: [short story note] [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1412  LONDON, Jack. Who never hurry: [notes]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 6 pp. 12mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1413  LONDON, Jack. Whose Business is to Live: [short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 78 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1414  LONDON, Jack. Whose Business is to Live: [short story]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 22 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also: 21 pp. variant version.
 

 JL 1417  LONDON, Jack. A Wicked Woman: [notes]. 13 March 1906.

A.Ms. 20 pp. 8vo. and 12mo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1418  LONDON, Jack. A Wicked Woman: [short story]. 21 June 1906.

A.Ms.S. 39 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1419  A LONDON, Jack. Wicked Woman: [short story]. June 1906.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 9 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1415  LONDON, Jack. A Wicked Woman (Curtain-Raiser): [one-act play]. 30 June 1906.

A.Ms.S. 69 pp. 4to. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1416  LONDON, Jack. A Wicked Woman: (Curtain Raiser): [one-act play]. [30 June 1906].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 25 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1420  LONDON, Jack. Wife of Marshal at Taiohai: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1421  LONDON, Jack. Wigwam and Warpath: [note for short story: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1422  LONDON, Jack. The Will to Squirm: [note for short essay]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1423  LONDON, Jack. The Will to Squirm: [note for short essay]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  108

 JL 1424-1434  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. WIT-WON.

 

 JL 1432  LONDON, Jack. The Woman, who compels young girl to commit suicide: [note for dramatic sketch]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1431  LONDON, Jack. Women get the ballot: [note for story]. [pre 1901].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1433  LONDON, Jack. [The Wonder of Woman]: (Smoke Bellew Tale Twelve and Thirteen): [short story]. 21 November 1911.

A.Ms.S. 155 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Glen Ellen, California.
Box  109

 JL 1435-1447, 21333  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. WOO-Z.

 

 JL 1434  LONDON, Jack. Wonder-Story: [notes for Science-Fiction Short Story]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Magazine article (2 pieces).
 

 JL 1435  LONDON, Jack. Workmen's trades and troubles: [note for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written on magazine clipping).
 

 JL 1436  LONDON, Jack. Works Published Serially: [bibliography]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 5 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1437  LONDON, Jack. World: [idea for study]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 5 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: Magazine article (2 pieces).
 

 JL 1438  LONDON, Jack. Wreck of Modern Steamer: [note for novel]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1439  LONDON, Jack. Wreck of Modern Steamer: [note for novel]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1440  LONDON, Jack. Write a primitive story: [idea]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1441  LONDON, Jack. The Writing Game: [notes for critical sociological study]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. Also: 3 magazine articles (9 pieces).
 

 JL 1442  LONDON, Jack. Yacht-Captain and Owner at Swords Point: [note for story]. [ca. 1908].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1443  LONDON, Jack. Yah! Yah! Yah!: [short story]. 13 October 1908.

A.Ms.S. 36 pp. 4to. (written in pencil, with author's autograph corrections). Between Manning Straits and Parava Islands, aboard Snark.
 

 JL 1444  LONDON, Jack. The Yard Boy, or Nolari, or Nolarim the Yard Boy: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 5 pp. 12mo. (partially written in pencil).
 

 JL 1445  LONDON, Jack. The Yellow Peril: A Bit of Data on the Japanese Question. 12 June 1909.

A.Ms.S. 16 pp. 4to. Author's autograph corrections. Melbourne, Australia.
 

 JL 1446  LONDON, Jack. Youth and Age: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1447  LONDON, Jack. Yukon Diary. [1897].

A.Ms. 33 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil). Also: Envelope with notes by Charmian (Kittredge) London.
 

 JL 21333  LONDON, Jack. Zapatico Indian: [notes for short story]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 6 pp. 8vo.
Box  110

 JL 1448-1504, 21260  Manuscripts. L-N.

 

 JL 1448  LAMB, John. The Book Fair: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1449  LAMB, John. The Poet. [pre 1917].

Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1450  LAMB, John. The Song: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1451  LAMPSON, Myrle R. The Song of a Night in the Valley of the Moon: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1452  LAMPSON, Robin. Jack London: [poem]. 1920

Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten). Palo Alto, California.
 

 JL 1453  LANDEN, Lawrence H. The Seeker: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1454  LECLAIRE, Charles K. A Tribute: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms.S. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20710 Oversize  LEWIS, Austin. For Which God?: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Xerox copy (Ms.S.) 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1455  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. An Attic Climber: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to and 8vo.(typewritten). Second page is handwritten.
 

 JL 1456  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The Common-Sense Jail: [plot]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Magazine clipping (2 pieces).
 

 JL 1457  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The Deserter: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1458  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. Explanations: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1459  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. A Godiva of Today: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1460  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The Grit of Dr. Pibben: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1461  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The Guilt Of John Avery: [plot]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1462  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The House of Illusion: [plot]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1463  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The Match: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1464  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. Mr. Cincinnatus: [plot summary for novelette]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 5 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1465    LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The Old Maid: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1466  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. The Real Judas: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1467  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. Recommendation: [plot for short story or play]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 1 p. 4to.(typewritten).
 

 JL 1468  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. Sudden Temptations: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1469  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. That Literary Hoax: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1470  LEWIS, Harry Sinclair. Wilde and the Warden: [plot summary]. [c. 1911].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1471  LOCKLEY, Fred. A Held-Up Hold-Up: [draft of short story]. Mar. 3, 1914.

Ms. 7 pp. 4to. (typewritten). With author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1472  LOCKLEY, Fred. [Another Jack London]. The Call of the Wild: [lyrics]. 1910?

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Boston, Massachusetts.
 

 JL 1473  LUKER, Caleb. Jack London's Return. 26 January 1917.

Ms. 17 pp. 4to. (typewritten). 1 p. Autograph.
 

 JL 1475  MCCRACKEN, Harold W. The Way o' the White Canoe: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. fol.
 

 JL 1474  MACKELLAR, Dorothea. A Happy Host: [poem]. [pre 1955].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1476  MACNAB, J. T. H. The Hope of Men: [poem]. December 1904.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 12mo.
 

 JL 1477  MAINS, J. A Glimpse of Jack London's Home: [poem]. 7-8 May 1920.

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 21260  MAITLAND, George H. At London's Edge: [poem]. 1903

Xerox copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1478  MARKHAM, Edwin. The Kempton-Wace Letters: [review]. [ca. 1903].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1479  MARSDEN, Ada Lee Bascom. [play synopsis]. [ca. 1912].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1480  MARSH, Arthur Eliot. Worker's Rallying Song: [lyrics]. [pre 1950].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1481  MARTIN, John. In Honour of Jack London. 1929

Ms. 6 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1482  MATLARK, W. F. [Poem beginning]: "Jack has gone upon a journey...." 21 December 1916.

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. Independence, California.
 

 JL 1483  MAURY, Jean West. Balboa Day in Hawaii: [article]. 1918

Galley proof sheets. 3 pp. fol.
 

 JL 1484  MAYER, Frederick D. When Two of the Largest Explosive Companies in the World Are at War. February 1913.

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1485  MAYER, Frederick D. Years of Foul Play in Connection with Senator Wilson's Decease. February 1913.

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1486  MEADE, Merrill C. Spooner's Recruit: [short story]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 6 pp. 4to.(typewritten).
 

 JL 20716 Oversize  MIHAN, Leo. Dionaen Venus: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms.S. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1487  MIHAN, Leo. The Twilight Hills: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1488  MONTGOMERY, Montel. [Genealogy notes]. [pre 1978].

Xerox copy (Ms.) 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1489  MOREY, C. J. Chieftain and Maid: [poem]. 1930

Carbon copy (Ms.) 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1490  MOREY, C. J. Rusa Na Muaki Law: [poem]. 1930

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1491  MOREY, C. J. Wrecked on the Voyage to Law. 1 January 1930.

A.Ms. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1492  MORGAN, J. Edward. The Slave's Defy: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. (typewritten). San Francisco, California.
 

 JL 1493  MORGAN, J. Edward. The Whim: [poem]. [pre 1917?].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1494  MORRELL, Edward. Statement...made to Jack London in the office of Schwartz and Powell. 19 December 1913.

Ms. 27 pp. fol. (typewritten). Oakland, California. Also: Cover sheet.
 

 JL 1495  MORRELL, Edward. A Sketch of Ed Morrell's Life: [autobiography]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 37 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1496   MORRIS, J. W. Rubaiyat of John Smith, Miner. 1917

Ms. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1497  MOUNTAIN, Harcourt. Aloha, Kamana: [poem]. 1913

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 1498  NAKATA, Yoshimura. First Class Japanese Name[s]: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms.S. 1 p.
 

 JL 1499  NEIHARDT, John G. Let Me Live Out My Years: [poem}. [pre 1917].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1500  NETHERSOLE, Olga. [Theme for play concerning conflict of science versus religion]. 3 March 1910.

A.Ms.S. 8 pp. 4to. New York, New York.
 

 JL 1501  NETHERSOLE, Olga. [Theme for play concerning conflict of] science versus religion. 3 March 1910.

Copy (Ms.) 5 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Carbon copy of copy.
 

 JL 20717 Oversize  NEWMAN, Charles L. [Map of Jack London Ranch]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 1502  NOYES, Henry Walker. The Governor's Ball: A Romance of Old Manila. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 5 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Glenwood, California.
 

 JL 1503  NOYES, Henry Walker. The War God: [2-stanza poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Author's penciled corrections. Glenwood, California.
 

 JL 1504  NYE, M. S. The Literary Tramp: [short story]. [n.d.]

Ms. 6 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Santa Rosa, California.
Box  111

 JL 1505-1534, 21334-21336  Manuscripts. O-R.

 

 JL 1505  O. Jack London at Visby. 8 July 1928.

Copy (Ms.) 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1506  OAKLAND, California. Mayor's Office. [Dedication of the Jack London Oak]. [1918].

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1507  O'CONNER, J. E. An Acrostic Petrarchan Sonnet. 1 November 1916.

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1508  OPPENHEIMER, Jacob. The Prison Tiger. [pre1917].

Ms. 15 pp. fol. And 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1509  P., J. D. Fame and Death: [poem]. 22 August 1927.

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 21334  PARSLOW. Map of the Jack London Ranch. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 21335  PARSLOW. Plan for ditch on Jack London Ranch. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 864  PEASE, Mac M. Koolau the Leper [ca. 1911].

(Oil painting illustrating story of same name in The House of Pride by Jack London.
 

 JL 1510  PEIRSON, Lurline Lyons Montgomery. Date book. [Ca. 1890-1903].

Xerox copy (A.Ms.) 5 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1511  PEIRSON, Lurline Lyons Montgomery. Genealogy. [pre 1960].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1512  PEIRSON, Lurline Lyons Montgomery. [Genealogy notes]. [pre 1978].

Xerox copy (A.Ms.) 5 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1513  PHILLIPS, Lee. Jack London's Daughter to Write About Father: [article]. 4 February 1965.

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Note and Photostat of newspaper clipping (2 pieces).
 

 JL 1514  POPE, J. A. Jack London Foreign Editions: [bibliography]. 31 July 1958.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 21336  PRODUCER'S DISTRIBUTING CORPORATION. Sea Wolf Distribution Announcement. 1926

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1515  R., D. M. Long Pig or the Calabash: [poem]. 24 July 1915.

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1516  R., H. B. Jack and Charmian London. [pre 1917].

Ms. 4 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1517  RAGNOUR, Beatrice Barrangon. Arrangement, permanent and temporary, of the books in Mrs. London's library. [ca. 1932].

Ms. 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1518  RAGNOUR, Beatrice Barrangon. Catalogue for Books of Jack London. [ca. 1932].

Xerox copy (A.Ms.) 19 pp. 4to. Original at Jack London State Park.
 

 JL 1519  RANIER, Raine. All Suddenly a Wind: [poem]. 30 October 1917.

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1520  RENO, S. H. [Poem beginning]: "Jack London is dead..." 24 November 1916.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo. Glen Ellen, California.
 

 JL 1521  RENO, S. H. [Poem beginning]: "This night I gazed upon a star..." 24 November 1916.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo Berkeley, California.
 

 JL 1522  RENO, S. H. Prayers: [poem]. 9 July 1913.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. Berkeley, California.
 

 JL 1523  REYNOLDS, Lucy. No Glamour: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms.S. 5 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1524  REYNOLDS, Lucy. When the Electrician Farms. 1912

Ms.S. 13 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1525  RITCHELL, Rella. I Sat Last Night at Christy's: [poem]. 1930

Ms.S. 3 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1526  RITCHELL, Rella. Oh, Charming Are By Nature, Nad Charmian by Name!: [poem]. 1930

Ms.S. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1527  ROBERTSON, E. G. [Poem beginning]: "The time is long since decked in faded bays..." 1911

A.Ms. 4 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1528  ROBERTSON, E. G. [Poem beginning]: "Unclasp the arms of slumber..." September 1913.

Ms. 26 pp. 4to and 12mo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1529  ROBERTSON, E. G. A Voice from the Void: [poem]. 1913

Ms. 1o pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1530  ROBERTSON, E. G. [Poem beginning]: ‘There is a time when springtide puts from the earth..." 1914

Ms. 9pp. 4to. (typewritten). With notes on p. 1 by Jack London.
 

 JL 1532  ROGERS, Robert H. [Poem beginning]: "To be or not to be? Oh Melancholy Dane..." [pre 1917].

Ms. 12 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1531  ROGERS, Roberta Love. "Jack London": Term theme. 9 May 1913.

Ms. 12 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1533  ROWE, Richard L. John Barleycorn: An Appreciation and Criticism. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1534  RUSSELL, C. The Basis for Human Equality: [article]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 3 pp. fol. (typewritten).
Box  112

 JL 1535-1562, 21337-21348  Manuscripts. S.

 

 JL 1535  SANDERS, Alice Mann. Only a Maple Leaf: [poem]. 1913

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1536  SCHACT, C. [Poem beginning]: "Lend a hand..." December 1907.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. fol. Papeete, Tahiti. 28
 

 JL 1537  SCHREIBER, Hazell Snell. The Plaza: [poem]. 25 March 1924.

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1538  SCHWARZ, Osias L. Preface to General Types of Superior Men. July 1915.

A.Ms. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1539  SEYMOUR, Jim. Noble Jack: [poem]. 1 November 1912.

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). St. Louis, Missouri.
 

 JL 1540  SHARP, William. The Rune of the Passion of Women: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1541  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). Cosmopolitan [sales]. [notes]. 1914

Ms. 2 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 21337  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). [Jack London Stories Produced by Columbia]. [pre 1939].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 21338  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). List of Books Available for Germany by Jack London. [pre 1939].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 21339  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). Note. [pre 1938].

A.Ms. 1 p. 12mo.
 

 JL 1542  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). [Note]. [pre 1935].

A.Ms. 1 p. obl.12mo.
 

 JL 21340  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). Notes on the Ghost Ship. [pre 1938].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 21341  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). Shurtliff Contract. 1927

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1543  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). [Statement re: Rose Wilder Lane's article in Sunset Magazine. November 1917.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Galley proofs.
 

 JL 21342  SHEPARD, Eliza (London). Theft: [contract note]. 1913

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 21343  SHEPARD, Irving. List of the Works of Jack London Published in Russian During 1917-1934. 1934

Ms. 2 p. 4to.
 

 JL 21344  SHEPARD, Irving. Misc. Notes. 1941

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 21345  SHEPARD, Irving. Ranch notes an addresses. [pre 1955].

Ms. 18 pp. 12mo., 8vo., & 4to.
 

 JL 21346  SHEPARD, Irving. Short Stories Sold. 27 June 1938.

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1544  SILBERG, Florence Ruth. The Message. [poem]. [1911].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1545  SINCLAIR, Upton Beall. Democratic Defense: [article]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 4 pp. 4to.(typewritten).
 

 JL 1546  SINCLAIR, Upton Beall. [List of] Illustrations [for The Cry for Justice]. 1915

Carbon copy (Ms.) 4 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1547  SINCLAIR, Upton Beall. Preface [to The Cry for Justice]. 1915

Carbon copy (Ms.) 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1548  SLAYTON LYCEUM BUREAU. Jack London's Lecture Engagements. 1905

Ms. 4 pp. 4to.(typewritten). Also: Brochure.
 

 JL 1549  SLAYTON LYCEUM BUREAU. Railroad Connections for Jack London. 1905

Ms. 6 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1550  SMITH, Clark Ashton. The Harlot of the World: [poem]. [1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). With a note by George Sterling.
 

 JL 1551  SMITH, L. J. Sodom & Gomorrah: [story]. November 1916.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1552  SPENCER, Henry MacDonald. A Piece of Old Lacquer: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2pp. 4to. (typewritten). Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1553  SPRINGER, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Charmian: [poem]. [pre 1955].

A.Ms. 6 pp. fol. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 21347  STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. The Standard School Broadcast. Twenty-first Annual Course. America Sings for Philip Nolan. The Music of Patriotism. 20 January 1949.

Ms. 11 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 21348  STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA. The Standard School Broadcast. Twenty-first Annual Course. French-American Music. The Adventures of Evangeline. 18 November 1948.

Ms. 12 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1554    STEVENS, Louis Edwin. Cosmic Dust: [essay]. 12 August 1914.

Ms. 6 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Signed: Louis Hamburg. [San Francisco].
 

 JL 1555  STEVENS, Louis Edwin. English: [student theme]. 22 October 1914.

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. fol. Signed: Louis Hamburg. San Francisco.
 

 JL 1556  STEVENS, Louis Edwin. History: [student theme]. October 1914.

A.Ms. 6 pp. fol. San Francisco.
 

 JL 1557  STEVENS, Louis Edwin. Life. To Charmian (Kittredge) London. A Mate for a Man to Love, To Fight and Conquer For: [essay]. 29 September 1913.

Ms.S. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Signed: Louis Hamburg. [San Francisco].
 

 JL 1558  STEVENS, Louis Edwin. Vindication: [student essay]. [January],[pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 4to. [San Francisco].
 

 JL 1559  STEVENS, Louis Edwin. The Yellow Hell: [essay]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 3 pp. 4to. [San Francisco].
 

 JL 1560  STORY, Ralph. Felix Peano. 2 January 1966.

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1561  SWIFT, Ivan. The Journalist: [poem]. [1911].

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1562  SYMONDS. The Story of Captain Weaver's Gold. [ca. 1909].

Ms. 14 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Autograph corrections.
Box  113

 JL 1563-1626  Manuscripts. STERLING, George. A-I.

 

 JL 1563  STERLING, George. The Abandoned Farm: [poem]. [pre 1926.]

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1564  STERLING, George. The Aeroplane: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1565  STERLING, George. The Aeroplane: [variant version of poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1566  STERLING, George. Aftermath: [poem]. [1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1567  STERLING, George. Afternoon: [poem]. 8 August 1919.

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Mt. Hamilton, California.
 

 JL 1568  STERLING, George. Altars of War: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1569  STERLING, George. Art: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1571  STERLING, George. At the Grave of Serra: [poem]. [pre 1915].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1570  STERLING, George. At the Last: [3-stanza poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1572  STERLING, George. August 1, 1914: [2-stanza poem]. 1914

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1573  STERLING, George. Back to Back Against the Mainmast: [lyrics]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1574  STERLING, George. Back to Back Against the Mainmast: [song lyrics]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1575  STERLING, George. Ballad of the Fatal World: [12-stanza ballad]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1576  STERLING, George. Ballad of Two Seas: [15-stanza poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1577  STERLING, George. The Battlefield at Night: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1578  STERLING, George. Before Dawn: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1579  STERLING, George. Belgium, August, 1914: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1580  STERLING, George. Beyond the Breakers: [poem]. [pre1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1581  STERLING, George. The Blind: [poem]. August 1914.

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1582  STERLING, George. Broadway, New York, 1916: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1583  STERLING, George. Caeli Enarrant: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1584  STERLING, George. The Caged Eagle: [poem]. August 1914.

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1585  STERLING, George. The Castaways: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1586  STERLING, George. Conspiracy: [poem]. [pre 1926.]

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1587  STERLING, George. The Day of Decision: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1588  STERLING, George. A Deserted Farm: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1589  STERLING, George. The Dog: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1590  STERLING, George. A Dog Waits His Dead Mistress: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL1591  STERLING, George. The Dream of Wilhelm: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1592  STERLING, George. Egon's Song from "Truth": [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1593  STERLING, George. An Elegy: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1594  STERLING, George. Epigrams. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1595  STERLING, George. Ere Midnight: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1596  STERLING, George. The Evening Star: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1597  STERLING, George. Familiar Beauty: [2-stanza poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. sm. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Compensation: [2-stanza poem by George Sterling].
 

 JL 1598  STERLING, George. The Far Fleet. [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1599  STERLING, George. The Farm of Fools: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1599  STERLING, George. Farmer Haynes Discussed His Niece: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1601  STERLING, George. The Faun: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1602  STERLING, George. The Fish-Hawk: A Study in Perseverance: [poem]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. fol. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1603  STERLING, George. The Fish-Hawk: A Study in Perseverance: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1604  STERLING, George. The Fog-sea: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1605  STERLING, George. From the Shadows: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1606  STERLING, George. From the Shadows: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1607  STERLING, George. From the Train: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1608  STERLING, George. Germany: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1609  STERLING, George. Germany in Belgium: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1610  STERLING, George. The Glass of Time: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1611  STERLING, George. The Grizzly Giant: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1612  STERLING, George. The Helots: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1613  STERLING, George. His Own Country: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1614  STERLING, George. The Homing of Drake: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1615  STERLING, George. Hope: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1616  STERLING, George. The House of War: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1617  STERLING, George. The Hunting of Astarte: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 1618  STERLING, George. The Ideal: [poem]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1622  STERLING, George. In a Thousand Years: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1619  STERLING, George. In Extremis: [2-stanza poem]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo. With note by Charmian Kittredge London in margin.
 

 JL 1620  STERLING, George. In Extremis: [sonnet]. [pre 1914].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1623  STERLING, George. ...In High Tribute to Jack London. 27 November 1916.

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1621  STERLING, George. Infidels: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1624  STERLING, George. Inscriptions to Charmian London. 1909-1914.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1625  STERLING, George. The Invasion of Belgium: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1626  STERLING, George. The Iris Hills: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  114

 JL 1627-1690  Manuscripts. STERLING, George. J-Z.

 

 JL 1627  STERLING, George. Kingship: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1628  STERLING, George. The Little Farm: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms. S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1629  STERLING, George. A Lost Garden: [poem]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms.S. 4 pp. 4to. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1630  STERLING, George. Mirage: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1631  STERLING, George. Moloch: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1632  STERLING, George. The Morning Hymn: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1633  STERLING, George. Morning in the Pines: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1634  STERLING, George. My Brook: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1635  STERLING, George. Ode: [note]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms. 1 p. 12mo.
 

 JL 1636  STERLING, George. Of Yesterday: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1637  STERLING, George. Old Cats O' Carmel: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1638  STERLING, George. Old Partings: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1639  STERLING, George. An Old Road: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1640  STERLING, George. On a Western Beach: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1641  STERLING, George. The Passing of [Ambrose] Bierce: [4-stanza poem]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1643  STERLING, George. Past the Breakers: [poem]. [pre 1926.

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Last stanza autograph.
 

 JL 1642  STERLING, George. Past the Panes: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. obl.8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1644  STERLING, George. Personality: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. obl8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1645  STERLING, George. The Queen Forgets: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1646  STERLING, George. The Rack: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1647  STERLING, George. Rainbow's End: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1648  STERLING, George. Reflections on the Cat: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1649  STERLING, George. Relativity: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1650  STERLING, George. The Return of Faith: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1651  STERLING, George. Revelation: [poem]. [pre 1916].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1652  STERLING, George. The Revenge: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1653  STERLING, George. The Secret Room: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1654  STERLING, George. The Shadow of Nirvana: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1655  STERLING, George. Ships of a Day: [poem]. [pre 1924].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1656  STERLING, George. The Skull of Shakespeare: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1657  STERLING, George. The Slaying of the Witch: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1658  STERLING, George. Spring in Carmel: [poem]. March 1919.

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Author's autograph corrections.
 

 JL 1659  STERLING, George. Spring in Carmel: [poem]. March 1919.

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1660  STERLING, George. The Swimmers: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 3 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1661  STERLING, George. The Testimony of the Suns: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 12 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1662  STERLING, George. That Walk in Darkness: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1663  STERLING, George. There and Now: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1664  STERLING, George. The Thirst of Satan: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1665  STERLING, George. Three Sonnets on Oblivion. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1666  STERLING, George. Three Sonnets on Sleep. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1667  STERLING, George. Three Voices [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1668  STERLING, George. To An Old Nurse: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1669  STERLING, George. To England: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1670  STERLING, George. To France at Verdun: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1671  STERLING, George. To Jack: [poem]. 1924

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1672  STERLING, George. To Jack London: 23 November 1916.

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1673  STERLING, George. To Miss Constance Crawley: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1674  STERLING, George. To One Asleep: [poem]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 1675  STERLING, George. To Twilight: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1676   STERLING, George. To Twilight: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Contemporary copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1677  STERLING, George. To Wilhelm II: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1678  STERLING, George. The Transfusion: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1679  STERLING, George. The Tryst: [poem]. [pre 1926].

A.Ms.S. 3 pp. fol. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1680  STERLING, George. The Tryst: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 3 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1681  STERLING, George. The Turk: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1682  STERLING, George. Two Pictures by Dickman: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1683  STERLING, George. The War-Machine: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1684  STERLING, George. War's Music: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1685  STERLING, George. Which Was, and Never Shall Be: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1686  STERLING, George. The White Logic: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1687  STERLING, George. The Wild Swan: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1688  STERLING, George. Willy Pitcher: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1689  STERLING, George. The Wind: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1690  STERLING, George. A Wine of Wizardry: [poem]. [pre 1926].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  115

 JL 1691-1746, 21349-21360  Manuscripts. T-Z.

 

 JL 20720 Oversize  TANERAY, L. Dedito a Jack London: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Xerox copy (A.Ms.S.) 1 p. fol. (written in Italian).
 

 JL 1691  TERRY, Howard Leslie. Genius: To the Memory of Jack London: [poem]. [ca. 1917].

Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20721 Oversize  THOMAS BROTHERS, SURVEYORS. [Map of Chauvet Ranch]. 31 May 1883.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 1692  THOMPSON, Fred. [Diary of Yukon Experiences with Jack London, Mr. Shepard, Merit Sloper, and Jim Goodman]. July-October 1897.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 11 pp. 4to. (typewritten). With notes in margin by Charmian (Kittredge) London.
 

 JL 1693  TODD, E. H. Resurgam: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1694  TOOGOOD, Foster. Escape: [poem]. [1914].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1695  TRAUBEL, Hoarace. [Review of The Cruise of the Snark]. [ca. 1913].

Galley proof sheet. 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 1696  TRAUNSTEIN, Priscilla M. Jack London's Socialism: [Master of Arts thesis]. May 1966.

Xerox copy (Ms.) 80 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1697  TROMMER, Lazarus. Selections from Original Poems. [ca. 1915].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 22 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Brooklyn, New York.
 

 JL 1698  TUTEIN, Peter. Prize Essay in John Martin Contest. 1930

Ms.S. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also: Printed piece.
 

 JL 1699  UKAI, Kikne. May Day: [poem]. April 1915.

A.Ms.S. 7 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1700  VANDERPYL, Fritz. Jack London in Paris. [pre 1920?]

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1701  VAN VALKENBURGH, Edward Walker. Answer to Mr. Shaw: [article]. 1914

Ms.S. 8 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1702  W., Louis. Lincoln & Other Poems. [pre 1917].

Galley proofs. 8 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1703  W., Louis. Song: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 5 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1704  WALLING, Anna (Strunsky). Ambition: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1705  WALLING, Anna (Strunsky). The Kempton-Wallace Letters. 1902

A.Ms. 37 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 1706  WALLING, Anna (Strunsky). The Kempton-Wallace Letters: [notes on manila folders]. 1902

A.Ms. 3 pp. fol.
 

 JL 1707  WALLING, Anna (Strunsky). [Notes re: The Kempton-Wace Letters.] 1902

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten). See also LONDON, Jack, for additional Kempton-Wace entries.
 

 JL 1708  WATERHOUSE, Alfred James. Here's to You, Jack!: [15-line poem]. 13 August 1909.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1709  WAY, A. P. Diana'a Coming: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1710  WAY, A. P. Hawaii's Velvet Air: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1711  WAY, A. P. [Poem beginning]: "A storm cloud drapes Oahu's mountain height..." [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1712  WAY, A. P. Where Capron Lies: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1713  WENTZEL, Ella Stafler. The Midnight Sun: [poem]. 17 March 1913.

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1714  WENZEL, Arthur. Lines to Jack London. [ca. 1916?].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 1715  WHITNAH, Joseph C. Farewell to John Barleycorn: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1716  WILCOX, Ella Wheeler. Jack London: [poem]. 28 November 1916.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1717  WILCOX, Ella Wheeler. Strength: [poem]. January 1906.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 1718  WILDEBRAND, Karl. The Iron Heel: A Socialistic Novel by Jack London. [pre 1917].

A.Ms.S. 16 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1719  WILEY, Harley R. The Chimes: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Berkeley, California.
 

 JL 1720  WILEY, Harley R. Death Valley: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.) 4 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Also penciled note by Jack London. Berkeley, California.
 

 JL 1721  WILEY, Harley R. My Horse: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten). Berkeley, California.
 

 JL 21350  WILLIAMS, W. H. Diagram of Survey in Petaluma Rancho T.G.N.-R.G.W. MDBSM. Portion of Jack London Ranch. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 1722  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. The Buried Temple: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1723  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. The Desert Teamster: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 2 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1724  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. The Lamo: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1725  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. Language: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1p. 4to. typewritten).
 

 JL 1726  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. The Man He Killed: [dramatic poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1727  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. Pepys: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1728  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. Spring Fancy: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 4to. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1729  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. Tilworthy: Elder: [short story]. [pre 1917].

Ms.S. 5 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1730  WILLIAMSON, Lydia Frances. To a Lady, Playing: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Carbon copy (Ms.S.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Note: Richard Scrace is the pseudonym for Lydia Frances Williamson.
 

 JL 1731  WILSON, Nell Griffith. Caravansary of Dreams: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1732  WILSON, Nell Griffith. Going Blind: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1733  WILSON, Nell Griffith. I Have Known Beauty: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. sm. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1734  WILSON, Nell Griffith. In Memory of Jack London: [poem]. 12 January 1931.

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Kenwood, California. Also: Carbon copy.
 

 JL 1735  WILSON, Nell Griffith. Mt. St. Helena: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1736  WILSON, Nell Griffith. Rich Offerings: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1737  WILSON, Nell Griffith. Romeo and Juliet: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (typewritten). Kenwood, California.
 

 JL 1738  WILSON, Nell Griffith. Weeping Willow Trees: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 1739  WITHERELL, Horace James. A Dream: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1740  WITHERELL, Horace James. If it were Possible: [poem]. [pre 1955].

A.Ms.S. 2 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1741  WITHERELL, Horace James. Jack London: [poem]. [pre 1955].

A.Ms.S. 6 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 1742  WITHERELL, Horace James. The Mountain Brooks: [poem]. [pre 1955].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo.
 

 JL 1743  WITHERELL, Horace James. The Song of a Boat: [poem]. 10 April 1917.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 8vo. Also: Envelope.
 

 JL 1744  WITHERELL, Horace James. The Spirit of Mark Twain: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8vo. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 1745  WOODBRIDGE, Hensley C. Bibliography of Jack London. 1966

Galley proofs. 2 pp. fol. Incomplete.
 

 JL 1746  WOODWARD, E. A. The Transition: [poem]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 4 pp. 8vo. (written in pencil).
Box  429

 JL 20763-20793, 21351  Unidentified Manuscripts.

Box  432

 JL 20700-20762  Oversize Manuscripts and Correspondence: A-Z.

 

 JL 20700   ALLARD, Louis. [Recommendation for Clara von Ende]. Aug. 6, 1916.

Carbon copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Berkeley, California.
 

 JL 20701   BART, Belle. Horoscope of Jack London. 1936

Carbon copy (Ms.) 3 pp. fol. Also: Instructions and cover (10 pieces).
 

 JL 20702   BLIND, Jim. Verses. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 4to. (typewritten). Troutdale, Oregon.
 

 JL 20704   DENMAN, F. H. [plan of right way through Chauvet Ranch]: [Map]. [pre 1905].

A.Ms.S. 1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 20705   EDMONDSON, Tony. Book Report on The Call of the Wild. Apr. 1, [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 2 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 20706    HEWES, Anita Winaut. [Little Gabrielle]: [short story]. Apr. 29, 1913.

Ms. 3 pp. 4to. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20707   HEWES, Anita Winaut. The Unborn Freeman: [poem]. 1905

Xerox copy (Ms.S.) 3 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20708   HOWE, E. G. A Veil of Mercy: [story synopsis]. [pre 1917]

A.Ms. 6 pp. 4to.
 

 JL 20709   KELLY, Emma. "Close the door to Memory Hall...": [poem]. [c. Dec. 1916].

Ms. 4 pp. 8vo.
 

 JL 20710   LEWIS, Austin. For Which God?: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Xerox copy (Ms.S.) 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20711   LONDON, Jack. An Odyssey of the North: [note]. [pre 1917].

Xerox copy (Ms.) 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20712   LONDON, Jack. [Diary]. Feb. 9, 1904.

Xerox copy (Ms.) 2pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20713   LONDON, Jack. Dr. Moffett: [article]. Mar. 13, 1904.

Xerox copy (Ms.) 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20714   LONDON, Jack. My Confession: [poem]. 1903

Xerox copy (Ms.) 1 p. fol. (typewritten.
 

 JL 20715   M. S. B. The Descent of Man: [poem]. 1906

Xerox copy (Ms.) 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 20716  MIHAN, Leo. Dionaen Venus: [poem]. [pre 1917]. JL

Ms.S. 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20717   NEWMAN, Charles L. [Map of Jack London Ranch]. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 4to.
 

 JL 20718   PEET, Herbert Heron. Jack London: [poem]. 1916

Xerox copy (Ms.) 2 pp. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20719   SINCLAIR, Andrew Annadale. Jack London: The Man Who Invented Himself. September 1976.

Galley proof sheets. 10 pp. fol.
 

 JL 20720   TANERAY, L. Dedito a Jack London: [poem]. [pre 1917].

Xerox copy (A.Ms.S.) 1 p. fol. (written in Italian).
 

 JL 20721   THOMAS BROTHERS, SURVEYORS. [Map of Chauvet Ranch]. 31 May 1883.

A.Ms.S. 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 20722  ANONYMOUS. Jack London in New Haven. January 1906.

Ms. 62 pp. fol.
 

 JL 20723   ANONYMOUS.[Map of the Jack London Ranch and Surrounding Tracts]. [pre 1917].

Ms. 1 p. 41.5 x 45 cm.
 

 JL 20724   ANONYMOUS. ‘O' Mr. London: [poem]. 1904

Xerox copy (Ms.) 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 20726   ANONYMOUS. Plan of Pheasant Pens. [pre 1917].

A.Ms. 1 p. 8 ½ x 11 inches. (written in pencil).
 

 JL 20725   ANONYMOUS. [Poem beginning]: "Here's to the Class that gave Jack birth..." Xerox copy. [pre 1917].

(A.Ms.) 1 p. fol.
 

 JL 20727   ANONYMOUS. To the Crew of the Snark: [poem]. 1907

Xerox copy (Ms.) 1 p. fol. (typewritten).
 

 JL 20728   ANONYMOUS. To the Maker of the Sea Wolf: [poem]. 1904

Xerox copy (Ms.) 1 p. 4to. (typewritten).
Box  433

 JL 1310, 10903-10911  Manuscripts. LONDON, Jack. To Build a fire. Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Applegarth.

 

 JL 1310  LONDON, Jack. To Build a Fire: [short story]. 29 May 1907.

A.Ms.S. 74 pp. 4to. With numerous corrections in pencil, written by Jack London. Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii.
 

Correspondence

Physical Description: 115 boxes

Scope and Content

Jack London's correspondents included tramps, thieves, housewives, would-be authors and accomplished writers, businessmen and admirers. In short, he received letters from a wide spectrum of humanity. Most of the time, he wrote back or scribbled a note to his secretary, Jack Byrne, who replied for him. There are nearly thirty thousand letters in the collection, including almost four thousand by Jack London, and a lesser number by Jack Byrne and Charmian London. During London's Snark voyage (1907-1909), the job of answering all the correspondence and conducting the business affairs was left to Ninetta Wiley Eames Payne Springer, Charmian's aunt. Her letters are also in the collection.
Although the correspondence in the collection is varied and thus may be appealing to many different research foci, some of the correspondents are of especially noteworthy interest. These significant persons are listed below, along with a notation of the number of letters London wrote to them in reply. More detailed information about the number of letters, call numbers, etc. may be found in the manuscripts catalog.
  • ABBOTT, James. Century Company editor who wrote to London about The Night Born.
  • AETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. An interesting exchange of letters regarding London's power-of-attorney. 14 letters to and 9 letters from Jack London.
  • AIKEN, Charles Sedgwick. 24 letters from Aiken, who was editor of Sunset Magazine and 26 replies from London. The correspondence is business oriented and includes a number of discussions about transportation on the Southern Pacific Railroad. (London was paid in transportation by Sunset.)
  • ALDEN, Henry Mills. 20 letters from Alden, who was an editor for Harper and Brothers - mostly requests for stories. Also 3 letters from London.
  • APPLEGARTH, Edward M. 2 letters about his family (London was at one time a suitor for Mabel Applegarth. The Collection contains 9 letters from London to Mabel.)
  • ATLANTIC MONTHLY. 10 early letters to London regarding his submissions to the magazine. Mostly rejections for his poetry. Also 1 letter from London.
  • AUSTIN, Mary Hunter. 4 letters requesting London's assistance with The Man Jesus and inquiry regarding London's Christ novel. Also 3 replies from London. (See the Mary Austin Collection Summary Report for further information about Huntington holdings of Mary Austin.)
  • AYRES, Daniel Sydney. 33 letters regarding the motion picture business and screen rights to London's books. Also 16 letters from London.
  • BABCOCK, A.L. A humorous exchange of 8 letters about a man "doubling" as Jack London in Montana.
  • BAMFORD, Frederick Irons. The Librarian at Oakland Free Library, Bamford was an early teacher of Jack London. The collection contains 7 letters from Bamford and nearly 50 letters from Charmian and Jack. The exchange of correspondence deals with new books of interest to the Londons, the Ruskin Club (a socialist club in Oakland founded by Bamford -- London was a member), and London's literature and life. The Franklin Walker Collection at the Huntington Library also contains information about the Bamfords and Jack London.
  • BARBER, Jackson. 2 letters to Charmian about a biography of George Sterling.
  • BARKER, Donald. 16 letters and telegrams to various persons (including London) regarding the Balboa Amusement Company suit.
  • BARTON, Everett. 2 letters about the Stewart River and the Klondike.
  • BENTEL, George R. Over 100 letters to Irving and Eliza Shepard regarding a suit filed in the late 1920's against Columbia Pictures Corporation. Also an equal number of replies by the Shepards.
  • BERKMAN, Alexander. 3 letters to London requesting him to write an introduction to Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist.
  • BERRY, Frederick Forest. 18 letters regarding socialist literary activities. 2 replies from the Londons.
  • BISHOP, Del. 5 letters to London from Bishop, who was an old Alaskan acquaintance from the Klondike days.
  • BLAND, Henry Meade. San Jose poet Henry Meade Bland was a sometime member of London's "crowd" and full-time faculty member at the college in San Jose. He wrote to London 13 times between 1905 and 1916 regarding bay area literary activities.
  • BOHLIN, K.J. 24 letters from Bohlin and 20 replies from London. Bohlin was London's Swedish publisher.
  • BOND, Louis Whitford. 3 1906 letters from the owner of "Jack" the dog, who London immortalized as "Buck" in The Call of the Wild.
  • BOON, Charles. Over 50 letters to London and 2 from him regarding his literary contacts in England.
  • BOSWORTH, Hobart Van Zandt. Over 100 letters to Jack and Charmian London between 1913 and the 1940's. Bosworth was a filmmaker who made a number of London's motion pictures, including the first The Sea-Wolf. Also 31 letters from the Londons in reply.
  • BRANDT, Carl E. The editor for Curtis Brown & Massie, Brandt wrote 20 letters to London regarding his books.
  • BRETT, George Platt. As president of The MacMillan Company, Brett was directly responsible for most of London's published work. The 300 plus letters from Brett and the more than 175 letters from London form the core of London's literary business activities.
  • BROWNE, John A. 18 letters to London (7 replies) regarding London's boat, Roamer.
  • CARRUTH, Fred Hayden. Editor of Women's Home Companion, Carruth sent 33 letters to London between 1906 and 1913 (there are 11 replies) requesting short stories.
  • CENTURY COMPANY. 16 letters from London's publishers in 1912 and 1913. (Also 16 replies.)
  • CHAMPION, H.H. 28 letters regarding Australian literary matters. London also replied with 25 letters between 1909 and 1915.
  • CHAUVET, Henry J. Chauvet was the former owner of a portion of the Jack London Ranch. His 4 letters regard Kohler ranch matters.
  • CONNOR, J. Torrey. 23 letters from a member of the California Writer's Club, mostly requesting permission to publish London's work. Also 3 letters from Jack London.
  • CONRAD, Joseph. Reply to London's letter of admiration after reading Victory.
  • CORLISS, Frank. 1 letter to London about the conditions of the military prison at Alcatraz.
  • COSGRAVE, John O'Hara. 17 letters from New York and Boston concerning literary matters. Also 6 letters from Jack London.
  • DEBS, Eugene Victor. 2 letters regarding socialist party matters.
  • DE CASSERES, Benjamin. 5 letters to London, and 2 from him about sexuality.
  • DIBBLE, Oliver. 6 letters from San Francisco attorney Dibble about formation of the Jack London Grape Juice Company. Also 3 letters from London in reply.
  • DUNN, Robert. 3 letters. Dunn was a correspondent with London in Korea.
  • DUNN, Walter R. 51 letters regarding the Oakland Socialist Party. Also 7 letters from Jack London.
  • DYER, F.E. 7 letters regarding stories for The Black Cat.
  • EMERSON, Edwin. Emerson was a newspaper correspondent who also journeyed to Korea with Jack London. In 1905 he wrote London a letter regarding the case of John W. Finley, a Folsom Prison convict.
  • FERGUSON & GOODNOW (firm). 15 letters to London regarding his suit against Slayton Lyceum Bureau. 8 letters from Jack London.
  • FISKE, Minnie Maddern. 9 letters from the actress regarding The Scorn of Women. 1 letter from Jack London.
  • FORD, Alexander Hume. 15 letters about Hawaii. London replied twice.
  • FRENCH, Pauline. 6 letters from Pauline French, who was an old family friend.
  • FROLICH, Finn Haakon. 12 letters from sculptor Frolich regarding domestic news, thank you's for hospitality, and information regarding his bust of London.
  • FROST, Jens. 27 letters regarding translation rights in German and the Scandinavian languages. Also 21 replies by Jack London.
  • GALVIN, George W. 13 letters from Dr. Galvin (M.D.) who was a prominent Boston socialist. London replied in 1915.
  • GARBUTT, Frank A. 137 letters from Garbutt, mostly regarding Bosworth Inc. matters, copyrights (Garbutt was a lawyer), and the Horkheimer-Noel suit over motion picture rights to The Sea-Wolf. Also 51 letters from Jack London.
  • GARLAND, Hamlin. Telegram supporting Roosevelt for President.
  • GOLDMAN, Emma. 7 letters regarding anarchy and Alexander Berkman's new book.
  • GORHAM, L.H. 6 letters asking for translation rights to London's works into Esperanto.
  • GRAF, Peter. 2 early letters requesting information and assistance with the Intercollegiate Socialist Society.
  • GROWALL, Willard Lawrence. Along with Eliza Shepard, Growall was co executor of the Jack London estate. The 100 plus letters (mostly to Eliza Shepard) concern settlement of the estate and other family matters.
  • HAMILTON, Frank Strawn. Hamilton was one of London's philosophical teachers and mentors. The Collection contains only two short letters from him, however.
  • HAMILTON, Fannie K. 13 letters regarding dramatic versions of London's works. Fannie K. Hamilton was a prominent actress in San Francisco.
  • HARGRAVE, W.B. 4 letters recalling Dawson City days in 1897. Also 1 reply by Jack London.
  • HARRIMAN, Karl Edwin. 24 letters regarding Red Book magazine literary business, and 11 letters to Harriman from Jack London.
  • HARRISON, Ralph D. 11 letters about curios, literary matters, and general news. Harrison's nickname was "Indian." Also 1 letter from Jack London.
  • HEINEMANN, William. 39 letters regarding translation rights and English distribution. The collection also contains 20 letters from Jack London to Heinemann.
  • HOFFMAN, Elwyn Irving. 7 letters to Jack London regarding literary friends and acquaintances and literary activities in the San Francisco area. The Huntington's Elwyn Hoffman Collection contains a number of Jack London's replies.
  • HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY. Almost 60 letters, mostly regarding the Son of the Wolf account (London's first book). Also 3 letters from Jack London.
  • HUGHES MASSIE & COMPANY. Almost 400 letters (and 14 replies) to the Londons regarding English rights to Jack London's works.
  • IRVINE, Alexander. 7 letters from Irvine (a minister, author, and Secretary of the Socialist Party of Connecticut), most regarding arrangements for London's "Revolution" speech at Yale University.
  • JAMES, George Wharton. 7 letters regarding literary matters from Southern California writer George Wharton James. Also one letter from London in reply.
  • JOHNS, Cloudesley Tremenhere. 33 letters from writer Johns who was one of the first writers to admire Jack London's work. The 130 letters London wrote to Johns are rich in details of London's early literary development. The Huntington also has John's autobiography, "Who the Hell is Cloudesley Johns." It contains several chapters about Jack London.
  • JOHNSON, Martin Elmer. Approximately 76 letters from the "Cook of the Snark" who later achieved fame as an explorer. The letters in the Collection concern the voyage of the Snark. There are also 7 letters from London to Johnson.
  • KASPER, Ralph H. 43 letters about socialism, cigarettes, tramps, and writing projects. 5 letters in reply from Jack London.
  • KIRSCHNER, Richard H. 46 letters from the Cosmopolitan, mostly on literary or business matters. Also 31 letters from London to Kirschner.
  • KNOWLES, Ed. 15 letters from Stockton-based Knowles about Delta fishing, the Roamer, and Charmian's dog "Possum."
  • LATHAM, Harold Strong. 100 letters to and 10 from the Londons. Latham was a vice-president of the Macmillan Company.
  • LEWIS, Sinclair. 14 letters to Jack London, mostly regarding the business arrangements they made. Lewis supplied London with a number of story plots and summaries. One of the plots was developed by London into The Abysmal Brute. Also 9 letters to Lewis from London.
  • LIVINGSTON, Leon Ray. Also known as "A No. 1" Livingston was a tramp friend of Jack London's and a writer. Livingston wrote 12 letters to the Londons about tramping, general hobo news, his new books, and a report of a Jack London "double." Also 1 letter from Jack London.
  • LOCKLY, Frederick E. 19 letters, mostly literary in nature. Lockly was one-time editor of Sunset and later joined The Pacific Monthly. The collection also contains 4 letters from London to Lockly.
  • LONDON, Elizabeth May Maddern. 15 letters. Bess was London's first wife. With two exceptions, the letters were written after their 1905 divorce and are concerned with the couple's two children, Becky and Joan.
  • LONDON, Flora Wellman. 1 letter to Mr. Colpus (Harry Holden) making arrangements to meet with Jack London. Flora London was Jack London's mother.
  • LYDSTON, G. Frank. 22 letters, mostly sociological subjects such as crime, People of the Abyss, crime and heredity, and implantation of sex organs. 6 letters from London.
  • MADDERN, Merle. Interesting letter about Cornelia Otis Skinner and the death of Minnie Maddern Fiske.
  • MARBURY, Elizabeth. 28 letters to London regarding dramatic rights to his books. 9 letters from Jack London.
  • MARTINEZ, Xavier. 2 letters to London inviting him to join his friends for social occasions. Martinez was an artist and good friend.
  • MASSIE, Hughes. More than 200 letters from the president of Hughes Massie and Company, London's English agents. All the letters are business-oriented.
  • MATTHEWS, Ernest C. Matthews was one of London's close neighbors and friends. The 40-odd letters from Matthews and the 7 from London deal with horses, ranch details, general news, Oakland real estate, and London's children. An intimate, warm correspondence.
  • METSON, DREW & MACKENZIE (firm). Approximately 20 letters regarding the legal matters and claims against the Jack London estate.
  • MILLARD, Bailey. Editor of Cosmopolitan, Millard wrote to London on 15 different occasions regarding stories for the magazine.
  • MILLER, Joan London. Jack London's daughter Joan wrote to him (or Charmian or Eliza) on several occasions. The collection contains 49 letters from her to her father, stepmother, or aunt, most involving a request for clothing or money. There are also 14 letters from Miller to Alfred Shivers, a professor of English, in which Joan talks about her father and mother.
  • MORRELL, Edward H. An interesting series of 10 letters discussing prison life, money matters, mining property, and The Star-Rover. Also 3 letters from London.
  • NETHERSOLE, Olga. 7 letters suggesting a dramatic partnership with Jack London, theme for a play, and The Scorn of Women. Also 9 letters from Jack London.
  • NICHOLS, Walter H. 40 letters to London (18 replies) all regarding a dramatic version of "South of the Slot."
  • NOEL, Joseph J. Over 100 letters on a variety of subjects. Noel (who was author of Footloose in Arcadia, a reminiscence, in part, of Jack London) involved London in a number of schemes including the Millergraph Corporation. He and London quarreled over the motion picture rights to The Sea-Wolf. The important exchange includes 59 letters from London to Noel.
  • O'HARA, John Myers. Poet O'Hara wrote a poem entitled "Atavism." London borrowed it for The Call of the Wild. The 8 letters (1 from London) discuss this and other literary matters.
  • ORFANS, Spiro. 33 letters from Orfans, 7 from London on ethnological and racial heritage. An interesting if controversial exchange.
  • PEASE, Lute. 20 letters from Pacific Monthly editor Lute Pease. The subject is generally Martin Eden. Also 8 letters from Jack London.
  • PHILLIPS, John Sanburn. An early exchange (36 from Phillips) of letters regarding London's first work. Phillips was editor for McClure's.
  • PHILLIPS, Roland. 65 letters. Also 56 letters from Jack London. The correspondence is literary in the beginning, more friendly toward the end. Phillips was an editor for the Cosmopolitan.
  • PINKER, James Brand. 116 letters, mostly dry, business letters from London's first English agent. London's replies are part of Stanford University's Jack London Collection.
  • REYNOLDS, Paul Revere. Over 100 letters. Reynolds was a literary agent.
  • RICHTER, Conrad Michael. 2 letters from Richter before he became famous as a writer. The first asks for a job, the second proposes that he become London's secretary.
  • SCHARFF, Justus. 3 letters concerning the yacht Snark.
  • SHIPMAN, Ernest. 16 letters about "A Piece of Steak," Bosworth Inc., and the motion picture industry. Also 5 letters from London to Shipman.
  • SHURTLEFF, Clarence E. 19 letters regarding the Hollywood scene, motion picture contracts, and the suit with Columbia Pictures.
  • SINCLAIR, Upton Beall. 44 letters to London requesting literary advice, an introduction to The Jungle, contributions for The Cry for Justice, general socialist information, and literary matters. London's replies are at the Lilly Library in Indiana.
  • SLAYTON LYCEUM BUREAU. 35 letters to London regarding bookings for his speaking tour. Also 5 letters from London. Jack London later sued Slayton Lyceum Bureau.
  • STERLING, George. The 32 letters from London's friend "Greek" and 33 letters from "Wolf" (Jack London) form one of the most important, intimate exchanges of correspondence in the collection. The letters are filled with literary advice, gossip, news, and information. The Huntington Library's George Sterling Collection also contains material of interest to Jack London scholars.
  • TRAIN, Arthur Cheney. An important series of more than 100 letters dealing with London's copyright fights, the Authors' League, the motion picture industry, and the suit against Columbia Pictures.
  • TUCK, H.C. An Oakland socialist, Tuck's 15 letters to London are filled with information regarding the Bay Area labor movement and the socialist party.
  • UMBSTAETTER, Herman Daniel. 5 letters to Jack London requesting stories for The Black Cat. Also 2 letters from London to Umbstaetter.
  • UNTERMANN, Ernest. 44 letters, some regarding German translation rights, others filled with family news or literary gossip. London wrote 16 letters to Untermann.
  • WALLING, Anna Strunsky. 6 letters to Jack and Charmian. Anna Walling was one of London's closest friends in 1903. The Huntington Library's Walling Collection contains more than 100 letters from Jack London, most of them written very early in his career.
  • WELCH, Galbraith. Nearly 150 letters from Galbraith Welch, who was American Manager of Curtis, Brown and Massie. All the letters are of business matters. Also 27 letters from London.
  • WHARTON, Joe. 3 amusing letters trying to sell Jack London deer heads.
  • WILSHIRE, Gaylord. 21 letters. Subjects include socialism, literature, Anna Strunsky Walling, the Haywood affair, the Snark, and Upton Sinclair.

Arrangement

The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by author, and subarranged alphabetically by addressee. Thus London's letters to people come under "L" in the middle of the correspondence. Readers who would like to read not only the letters to Jack London but his replies as well should make this desire known to the Manuscripts Department, who will make arrangements to make the appropriate boxes available. All the correspondence has been fully catalogued. Cards for each author can be found in the alphabetical section of the manuscript catalog. A separate, chronological card file of the London Collection correspondence is also available and can be located in the collection section of the manuscripts catalog.
Box  116

Correspondence. A-H. JL 1747-1792, 21352-21391

Box  117

Correspondence. AI-ALK. JL 1793-1870, 21392-21394

Box  118

Correspondence. ALL-ANDE. JL 1871-1894, 1896-1916, 21395-21429

Box  119

Correspondence. ANDF-AUR. JL 1917-1987, 21430-21442

Box  120

Correspondence. AUS-AZ. JL 1988-2058, 21443-21448

Box  121

Correspondence. B-BARJ. JL 2060-2119, 2466, 21449-21463

Box  122

Correspondence. BARK-BAU. JL 2120-2148, 2150-2186, 21464-21480

Box  123

Correspondence. BAX-BEM. JL 2187-2256, 21481-21494

Box  124

Correspondence. BEN-BENTEL, George. To A-Irving Shepard, 1936-1939. JL 2257-2272, 21495-21561

Box  125

Correspondence. BENTEL, George. To A-Irving Shepard, 1940-BERQ. JL 2275-2298, 21562-21616, 22073

Box  126

Correspondence. BERR-BLAM. JL 2299-2369, 21617-21618

Box  127

Correspondence. BLAN-BLISS, Leslie Edgar. To A-Eliza Shepard . JL 2370-2434, 21619-21629

Box  128

Correspondence. BLISS, Leslie Edgar. To Irving Shepard-BOHLIN, K. J. To A-Charmian London, 1911-1916. JL 2435-2506, 21630-21632

Box  129

Correspondence. BOHLIN, K. J. To A-Charmian London, 1917-BOK. JL 2507-2562, 21633-21647

Box  130

Correspondence. BOL-BOON, Charles. To A-Charmian London. JL 2563-2612, 21648-21656

Box  131

Correspondence. BOON, Charles. To A-Jack London-BOSWORTH, Hobart. To A-Charmian London, 1913-1917. JL 2613-2673, 21657-21664

Box  132

Correspondence. BOSWORTH, Hobart. To A-Charmian London, 1918-19555. JL 2674-2738, 2740-2741, 2772, 21665

Box  133

Correspondence. BOSWORTH, Hobart. To Jack London-BOSWORTH INCORPORTAED. JL 2739, 2742-2771, 2773-2811, 21666

Box  134

Correspondence. BOSWORTI-BRADL. JL 2812-2872, 21667-21668

Box  135

Correspondence. BRADM-BRANDS. JL 2873-2898, 21669-21688

Box  136

Correspondence. BRANDT-BRETT, F. JL 2899-2931, 21689-21724

Box  137

Correspondence. BRETT, G.-BRETT, George. To A-Jack London, 1901-1903. JL 2932-3007

Box  138

Correspondence. BRETT, George. To A-Jack London, 1904-1906. JL 3008-3085

Box  139

Correspondence. BRETT, George. To A-Jack London, 1907-1910. JL 3086-3148

Box  140

Correspondence. BRETT, George. To A-Jack London, 1911-1913. JL 3149-3207

Box  141

Correspondence. BRETT, George. To A-Jack London, 1914-Z. JL 3208-3283

Box  142

Correspondence. BRETT, George Jr.-BRITTAIM. JL 3284-3315, 21725-21742

Box  143

Correspondence. BRITTAIN-BROV. JL 3316-3349, 21743-21790

Box  144

Correspondence. BROWN-BROWNZ. JL 2923-2924, 3350-3408, 21791-21799

Box  145

Correspondence. BROWO-BURN. JL 3409-3467, 21800-21812

Box  146

Correspondence. BURO-BX. JL 3468-3510, 21813-21814

Box  147

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To A-BOS. JL 3511-3590

Box  148

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To BOT-CN. JL 3591-3668, 21815-21819

Box  149

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To CO-D. JL 3669-3754

Box  150

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To E-GA. JL 3755-3822, 21820-21822, 11740

Box  151

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To GB-HN. JL 3823-3900

Box  152

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To HO-HUG JL 3901-3935, 3942-3979, 21823-21827

Box  153

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To HUH-K. JL 3980-4055

Box  154

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To L. JL 4056-4139

Box  155

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To M-MA. JL 4140-4223, 21828

Box  156

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To MB-O. JL 4224-4304

Box  157

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To P-RH. JL 4305-4377, 21829

Box  158

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To RI-SJ. JL 4378-4456, 21830

Box  159

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To SK-SZ. JL 4457-4522, 21831

Box  160

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To T-U. JL 4523-4575

Box  161

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To V-WE. JL 4576-4629, 21832

Box  162

Correspondence. BYRNE, Jack. To WF-Z. JL 4630-4669

Box  163

Correspondence. C-CAL. JL 4670-4702, 21833-21869

Box  164

Correspondence. CAM-CARRUTH, Fred. To A-Jack London, 1906. JL 4703-4726, 4730-4767, 21870-21873

Box  165

Correspondence. CARRUTH, Fred. To Jack London, 1907-CENTT. JL 4768-4827, 21876-21879

Box  166

Correspondence. CENTU-CHAMPION, H. To A-Jack London, 1909. JL 4828-4883, 21880-21895

Box  167

Correspondence. CHAMPION, H. To A-Jack London, 1910-CHAT. JL 4884-4939, 21896-21911, 15151

Box  168

Correspondence. CHAU-CLARM. JL 4040-5006, 21912-21924

Box  169

Correspondence. CLARN-COLLIER. JL 5007-5065, 21925-21940

Box  170

Correspondence. COLLIERA-CONNOR. JL 5064-5122, 21941-21962, 4727-4729

Box  171

Correspondence. CONNORA-CORK, W. To A-Charmian London, 1921-1927. JL 5123-5163, 21963-21996

Box  172

Correspondence. CORK, W. To A-Charmian London, 1928-COSS. JL 5164-5205, 21997-22025

Box  173

Correspondence. COST-CRN. JL 5206-5268, 22026-22032

Box  174

Correspondence. CRO-CURTIS, BROWN & MASSIE To A-Jack London, 1909-1910. JL 5269-5324, 22033-22048

Box  175

Correspondence. CURTIS, BROWN & MASSIE To Jack London, 1911-1912. JL 5325-5403, 22049

Box  176

Correspondence. CURTIS, BROWN & MASSIE To Jack London, 1913-DAG. JL 5404-5467, 22050-22059

Box  177

Correspondence. DAH-DD. JL 5468-5534, 22060-22062, 21262

Box  178

Correspondence. DE-DEQ. JL 2149, 5535-5600, 22063-22065, 22068-22072

Box  179

Correspondence. DER-DIC. JL 5601-5668, 22066-22067, 22074-22078

Box  180

Correspondence. DID-DOUBLEDAY. JL 5669-5734, 22079-22086

Box  181

Correspondence. DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY-DUMN. JL 5735-5798, 22087-22100

Box  182

Correspondence. DUNN-DZ. JL 5799-5873, 22101

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Correspondence. E-ELLT. JL 5874-5945, 22102-22105, 22107-22109

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Correspondence. ELLU-EZ. JL 5946-6008, 22106, 22110-22118

Box  185

Correspondence. F-FEQ. JL 6009-6061, 22119-22136

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Correspondence. FER-FISG. JL 6062-6116, 22137-22147, 22173

Box  187

Correspondence. FISH-FITY. JL 6117-6150, 22148-22172, 22174-22187

Box  188

Correspondence. FITZ-FOM. JL 6151-6187, 22188-22229

Box  189

Correspondence. FON-FOR. JL 6188-6257, 22230-22234

Box  190

Correspondence. FOS-FREEL. JL 6258-6298, 22235-22265

Box  191

Correspondence. FREEM-FROS. JL 6299-6378, 22266-22267

Box  192

Correspondence. FROT-GAQ. JL 6379-6435, 22268-22275

Box  193

Correspondence. GAR-GARBUTT, Frank. To A-Jack London, Jan.-July, 1914. JL 6436-6508

Box  194

Correspondence. GARBUTT, Frank. To Jack London, Aug., 1914-GARBZ. JL 6509-6579

Box  195

Correspondence. GARC-GG. JL 6580-6644, 22276-22282

Box  196

Correspondence. GH-GN. JL 6645-6708, 22283-22285

Box  197

Correspondence. GO-GOR. JL 6709-6774, 22286-22297

Box  198

Correspondence. GOS-GRH. JL 6775-6838, 22298-22307, 22314

Box  199

Correspondence. GRI-GROWALL, Willard. To A-Charmian London. JL 6839-6896, 22308-22309

Box  200

Correspondence. GROWALL, Willard. To Jack London-Eliza Shepard, 1916-1918. JL 6897-6965, 22310-22313

Box  201

Correspondence. GROWALL, Willard. To Eliza Shepard, 1919-HAA. JL 6966-7040, 22315-22318, 8568

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Correspondence. HAB-HAMK. JL 7041-7107, 21263, 22319-22331

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Correspondence. HAML-HARQ JL 7108-7170, 22332, 22340

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Correspondence. HARR-HARU. JL 7171-7236, 22341-22342

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Correspondence. HARV-HAYV. JL 7237-7309, 22343

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Correspondence. AHYW-HEING. JL 7310-7377, 22344-22351

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Correspondence. HEINH-HER. JL 7378-7447, 21264, 22352-22360, 24489

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Correspondence. HES-HOE. JL 7448-7507, 22361-22375

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Correspondence. HOF-HOM. JL 7508-7575, 22376-22380

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Correspondence. HON-HOS. JL 7576-7643, 22381-22384

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Correspondence. HOT-HOUQ. JL 7644-7695, 22385-22408

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Correspondence. HOUR-HT. JL 7696-7766, 22409-22411

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Correspondence. HU-HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To A-Charmian London, 1906-1916. JL 7767-7826, 22412-22414, 22416-22428

Box  214

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Charmian London, 1917-May 1920. JL 7827-7832, 22429-22498

Box  215

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Charmian London, June 1920-1929. JL 7833-7865, 22499-22537

Box  216

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Charmian London, 1930-Jack London, Jan.-Apr., 1913. JL 7866-7896, 22538-22585

Box  217

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Jack London, May-Dec. 1913. JL 7897-7968

Box  218

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Jack London, Jan.-July, 1914. JL 7969-8038, 20112

Box  219

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Jack London, Aug.1914-Aug. 1915. JL 8039-8116

Box  220

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Jack London, Sep.1915-Eliza Shepard, 1916-1917. JL 8117-8174, 22586-22604

Box  221

Correspondence. HUGHES, MASSIE & COMPANY. To Eliza Shepard, 1918-HUR. JL 8175-8199, 22415, 22605-22649

Box  222

Correspondence. HUS-IR. JL 8200-8256, 22650-22667

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Correspondence. IS-JAL. JL 8257-8294, 22668-22683

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Correspondence. JAM-JOHN. JL 8295-8360, 22684-22691

Box  225

Correspondence. JOHNA-JOHNSON, Martin. To A-Charmian London, 1910-1916. JL 8361-8426, 22692-22697

Box  226

Correspondence. JOHNSON, Martin. To Charmian London, 1917-JOHNSON, Q. JL 8427-8493, 22698-22699

Box  227

Correspondence. JOHNSON, R.-JUL. JL 8494-8565, 22700

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Correspondence. JUM-KAT. JL 8566-8567, 8569-8630, 22701-22705

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Correspondence. KAU-KEL. JL 8631-8704, 22706-22707

Box  230

Correspondence. KEM-KING,C. JL 8705-8773, 22708-22712

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Correspondence. KING,D.-KIRSCHNER, Richard. To A-Jack London, 1907-1913. JL 8774-8847, 22713

Box  232

Correspondence. KIRSCHNER, Richard. To Jack London, 1914-KQ. JL 8848-8917, 22714-22715

Box  233

Correspondence. KR-LANH. JL 8918-8975, 22716-22729

Box  234

Correspondence. LANI-LATHAM, Harold. To A-Charmian London, 1915-1921. JL 8976-9041, 22730-22737

Box  235

Correspondence. LATHAM, Harold. To Charmian London, 1922-Z. JL 9042-9115, 22738-22746

Box  236

Correspondence. LATHAMA-LEE, William. to A-Jack London, 1914. JL 9116-9187, 22747-22749

Box  237

Correspondence. LEE, William. to Jack London, 1915-LEV. JL 9188-9250, 22750-22752

Box  238

Correspondence. LEW-LIO. JL 9251-9307, 22753-22769

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Correspondence. LIP-LOD. JL 9308-9366, 22770-22772

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Correspondence. LOE-LOM. JL 9367-9387, 22773-22801

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Correspondence. LON-LONDON. JL 9388-9429, 22802-22818, 23106

Box  242

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To A-Frederick Bamford, 1905-1907. JL 9430-9493, 22819-22826

Box  243

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To Frederick Bamford, 1908-Lesile Edgar Bliss, 1924-1930. JL 9494-9565, 22827-22831

Box  244

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To Leslie Edgar Bliss, 1931-BOS. JL 9566-9635, 22832-22841

Box  245

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To BOT-BX. JL 9636-9700, 22842-22851

Box  246

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To BY-CORJ. JL 9701-9952, 22853-22870

Box  247

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To CORK-D. JL 9553-9798, 22871-22898

Box  248

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To E-F. JL 9799-9856, 22899-22911

Box  249

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To G-Willard Growall, 1917. JL 9857-9928, 22912-22916

Box  250

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To Willard Growall, 1918-HT. JL 9929-9994, 22917-22925

Box  251

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To HU-JOM. JL 9995-10042, 22926-22951

Box  252

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To JON-LA. JL 10043-10112, 22952-22953, 22955-22956

Box  253

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To LB-Macmillan Company, 1911-1916. JL 10113-10176, 22954, 22957-22963

Box  254

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To Macmillan Company, 1917-Hughes Massie, 1911-May 1913. JL 10177-10246, 22964-22966

Box  255

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To Hughes Massie, June 1913-1919. JL 10247-10300, 22967-22983

Box  256

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To Hughes Massie, 1920-MON. JL 10301-10364, 22984-22996

Box  257

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To MOO-PIC. JL 10365-10432, 22997-23006, 12865

Box  258

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To PL-SB. JL 10433-10498, 23007-23016

Box  259

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To SC-SHUR. JL 10499-10550, 23017-23043

Box  260

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To SHUS-SPQ. JL 10551-10617, 23044-23047

Box  261

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To SPR-STAM. JL 10618-10660, 23048

Box  262

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To STAN-TG. JL 10661-10723, 23049-23062

Box  263

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To TH-V. JL 10724-10763, 23063-23087

Box  264

Correspondence. LONDON, Charmian. To W-Z. JL 10764-10822, 23088-23095

Box  265

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To A-AL. JL 10823-10893

Box  266

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To AM-BEQ. JL 10894-10902, 10912-10981

Box  267

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To BER-BRETS. JL 10982-11057

Box  268

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To George Brett, 1902-1909. JL 11058-11130

Box  269

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To George Brett, 1910-1913. JL 11131-11200

Box  270

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To George Brett, 1914-BURQ. JL 11201-11268

Box  271

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To BURR-BZ. JL 11269-11347

Box  272

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To C-CHH. JL 11348-11425, 23096

Box  273

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To CHI-COX. JL 11426-11499

Box  274

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To COY-DAX. JL 11500-11569, 23097-23098

Box  275

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To DAY-ELK. JL 11570-11639

Box  276

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To ELL-FLH. JL 11640-11710

Box  277

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To FLI-Frank Garbutt, Jan. -Nov., 1913. JL 11711-11739, 11741-11780, 23099-23100

Box  278

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Frank Garbutt, Dec. 1913-GLX. JL 11781-11853

Box  279

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To GLY-HARO. JL 11854-11928

Box  280

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To HARP-HE. JL 11929-12002, 21265

Box  281

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To HF-HZ. JL 12003-12070, 21266

Box  282

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To I-KE. JL 12071-12086, 12218-12274

Box  283

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Cloudesley Johns, 1899-1900. JL 12087-12146

Box  284

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Cloudesley Johns, 1901-1916. JL 12147-12217

Box  285

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To KF-LAT JL 12275-12349

Box  286

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To LAU-LONDON, B. JL 12350-12425

Box  287

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Charmian London. JL 12426-12488, 26267

Box  288

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To LONDON, C.-MACL. JL 12489-12563

Box  289

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To MACM-MASR. JL 12564-12634

Box  290

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To MASS-Hughes Massie, 1909-1913. JL 12635-12710

Box  291

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Hughes Massie, 1914-MEC. JL 12711-12779, 23101

Box  292

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To MED-MORQ. JL 12780-12849

Box  293

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To MORR-NID. JL 12850-12864, 12866-12926

Box  294

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To NIE-NZ. JL 12927-12998

Box  295

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To O-PAX. JL 12999-13070, 16270, 16310

Box  296

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To PAY-Roland Phillips, 1909-May 1913. JL 13071-13143

Box  297

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Roland Phillips, June 1913-James Pinker, 1906-1908. JL 13144-13213

Box  298

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To James Pinker, 1909-Paul Reynolds, 1906-1911. JL 13214-13282, 23102

Box  299

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Paul Reynolds, 1912-RT. JL 13283-13352

Box  300

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To RU-Eliza Shepard, 1907-1912. JL 13353-13423

Box  301

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Eliza Shepard, 1913-SIR. JL 13424-13492

Box  302

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To SIS-SIZ. JL 13493-13562

Box  303

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To SJ-Ninetta Springer, 1900-1910. JL 13563-13635

Box  304

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Ninetta Springer, 1911-STH. JL 13636-13709

Box  305

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To STI-TQ. JL 13710-13776, 23103

Box  306

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To TR-Arthur Vance, Jan.-July 1906. JL 13777-13850

Box  307

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Arthur Vance, Aug.1906-Galbraith Welch, 1909-1914. JL 13851-13921

Box  308

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Galbraith Welch, 1915-Churchill Williams, 1910-1912. JL 13922-13994, 21267

Box  309

Correspondence. LONDON, Jack. To Churchill Williams, 1913-Z. JL 13995-14070, 21268, 23104-23105

Box  310

Correspondence. LONDONA-LX. JL 14071-14131, 23107-23116

Box  311

Correspondence. LY-MCCLT. JL 14132-14136, 23117-23121

Box  312

Correspondence. MCCLU-MCCLURE, PHILLPS & COMPANY, 1901. JL 14197-14250, 23122-23138

Box  313

Correspondence. MCCLURE, PHILLPS & COMPANY, 1902-MCD. JL 14251-14314, 23139-23148

Box  314

Correspondence. MCE-MCKEQ. JL 14315-14373, 23149-23165

Box  315

Correspondence. MCKER-MCLEAN, D. JL 14374-14411, 23166-23198

Box  316

Correspondence. MCLEAN-MACMILLAN COMPANY. To A-Charmian London, 1911-1923. JL 14412-134469, 23199-23210

Box  317

Correspondence. MACMILLAN COMPANY. To Charmian London, 1924-Jack London, 1902-1910. JL 14470-14518, 23211-23232

Box  318

Correspondence. MACMILLAN COMPANY. To Jack London, 1911-1915. JL 14519-14595

Box  319

Correspondence. MACMILLAN COMPANY. To Jack London, 1916-Z. JL 14596-14635, 23233-23265

Box  320

Correspondence. MACMILLANA-MARBURY, Elizabeth. To A-Jack London, 1905. JL 14636-14688, 21269-21270, 23266-23281

Box  321

Correspondence. MARBURY, Elizabeth. To Jack London, 1906-MARSDEN, Ada. To A-Jack London, Jan.-May 1905. JL 14689-14760, 23782-23884

Box  322

Correspondence. MARSDEN, Ada. To Jack London, June 1905-MARSH, Edward. To A-Jack London, 1906-1910. JL 14761-14829, 23285-23288

Box  323

Correspondence. MARSH, Edward. To Jack London, 1911-MAR. JL 14830-14898, 23289-23298

Box  324

Correspondence. MAS-MASSIE, Hughes. To A-Jack London, 1910-May 1911. JL 14899-14950, 23299-23316

Box  325

Correspondence. MASSIE, Hughes. To Jack London, June 1911-Apr. 1913. JL 14951-15027

Box  326

Correspondence. MASSIE, Hughes. To Jack London, May 1913 - June 1915. JL 15028-15100

Box  327

Correspondence. MASSIE, Hughes. To Jack London, July 1915-MATTHEWS, Ernest. To A-Jack London, Jan.-Apr. 1911. JL 15101-15166, 23317-23321

Box  328

Correspondence. MATTHEWS, Ernest. To Jack London, May 1911-MAYM. JL 15167-15232, 23322-23325

Box  329

Correspondence. MAYN-MERRIS. JL 15233-15291, 23326-23337

Box  330

Correspondence. MERRIT-MET. JL 15292-15356, 23338-23351

Box  331

Correspondence. MEU-MILLER, Joan. To A-Eliza Shepard, 1913-1915. JL 15357-15407, 15411-15436, 15440, 23352

Box  332

Correspondence. MILLER, Joan. To Eliza Shepard, 1916-MILM. JL 15408-15439, 15441-15490, 23353-23364

Box  333

Correspondence. MILN-MORD. JL 15491-15554, 23365-23372

Box  334

Correspondence. MORE-MOTS. JL 15555-15622, 23373-23378

Box  335

Correspondence. MOTT-NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY. To A-Eliza Shepard, 1933-July 1934. JL 15623-15676, 23379-23400

Box  336

Correspondence. NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY. To Eliza Shepard, Aug. 1934-NEW YORK LA. JL 15677-15728, 23401-23424

Box  337

Correspondence. NEW YORK LB-NIC. JL 15729-15802

Box  338

Correspondence. NID-NOEL, Joseph. To A-Jack London, 1902-1912. JL 15803-15867, 23425-23426, 15890

Box  339

Correspondence. NOEL, Joseph. To Jack London, 1913-NORQ. JL 15868-15879, 15891-15936, 15938-15941

Box  340

Correspondence. NORR-O'BRIEN, Frederick. To A-Charmian London, 1920. JL 15942-16009, 23427-23429

Box  341

Correspondence. O'BRIEN, Frederick. To Charmian London, 1921-OK. JL 16010-156047, 16049-16081, 23430

Box  342

Correspondence. OL-OS. JL 16048, 16082-16151, 23431-23432

Box  343

Correspondence. OT-PAD. JL 16152-16199, 23433-23455

Box  344

Correspondence. PAE-PARM. JL 16200-16263, 23456-23463

Box  345

Correspondence. PARN-PAYNE, Edward. To A-Charmian London, 1917-1919. JL 16264-16269, 16271-16304, 16311-16326, 23264-23477

Box  346

Correspondence. PAYNE, Edward. To Charmian London, 1920-PEET, H. JL 16327-16399, 23478-23479

Box  347

Correspondence. PEET, I.-PG. JL 16400-16463, 23480-23489

Box  348

Correspondence. PH-PHILLIPS, Roland. To A-Jack London, 1909-1910. JL 16464-16534

Box  349

Correspondence. PHILLIPS, Roland. To Jack London, 1911-PIE. JL 16535-16605, 23490

Box  350

Correspondence. PIF-PINKER, James. To A-Jack London, 1903-June 1907. JL 16606-16670

Box  351

Correspondence. PINKER, James. To Jack London, July 1907-PL. JL 16671-16735

Box  352

Correspondence. PM-PZ. JL 16736-16787, 23491-23517

Box  353

Correspondence. Q-REEU. JL 16788-16846, 23518-23529, 1895

Box  354

Correspondence. REEV-REYNOLDS, Paul. To A-Charmian London, 1911-Feb. 1917. JL 16847-16915, 23530-23532

Box  355

Correspondence. REYNOLDS, Paul. To Charmian London, Mar. 1917-Jack London, 1906-June 1910. JL 16916-16984, 23533

Box  356

Correspondence. REYNOLDS, Paul. To Jack London, July 1910-1912. JL 16985-17057

Box  357

Correspondence. REYNOLDS, Paul. To Jack London, 1913-1915. JL 17058-17128

Box  358

Correspondence. REYNOLDS, Paul. To Jack London, 1916-RICHN. JL 17129-17185, 23534-23548

Box  359

Correspondence. RICHO-ROBINSON, H. Perry. To A-Jack London, 1902. JL 17186-17250, 23549-23555

Box  360

Correspondence. ROBINSON, H. Perry. To Jack London, 1903-ROO. JL 17251-17320

Box  361

Correspondence. ROP-RUSR. JL 17321-17384, 23556-23558

Box  362

Correspondence. RUSS-SAIM. JL 17385-17451, 23559

Box  363

Correspondence. SAIN-SAT. JL 17452-17513, 23560-23570

Box  364

Correspondence. SAU-SCHUE. JL 17514-17569, 23571-23584

Box  365

Correspondence. SCHUF-SEE. JL 17570-17590, 17600-17639, 23585-23593

Box  366

Correspondence. SEF-SHEPARD, D. JL 17640-17705, 23594-23597

Box  367

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To A-BRH. JL 17706-17733, 23598-23641

Box  368

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To BRI-DIB. JL 17734-17750, 23642-23699

Box  369

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To DIC-GARC. JL 17751-17781, 23700-23747

Box  370

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To GARD-GZ. JL 17782-17833, 23748-23765

Box  371

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To H-LOM. JL 17834-17855, 23766-23816

Box  372

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To LON-MACK. JL 17856-17859, 17869-17911, 23817-23835

Box  373

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To MAS-MIM. JL 17860-17868, 17912-17927, 23836-23880

Box  374

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To MIN-SG. JL 17928-17950, 23881-23925

Box  375

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To SH-Elton Stanley, 1929-1930. JL 17951-17975, 23926-23976

Box  376

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To Elton Stanley, 1931-TZ. JL 17976-17987, 23977-24027

Box  377

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To U-V. JL 17988-17997, 24028-24076

Box  378

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Eliza. To W-SHEPARD, H. JL 17998-18018, 18023-18025, 24077-24103

Box  379

Correspondence. SHEPARD, I.-SHEPARD, Irving. To A-E. JL 18019, 18026-18045, 24104-24148

Box  380

Correspondence. SHEPARD, Irving. To F-SHEPARD, Z. JL 18020-18022, 18046-18050, 24149-24214

Box  381

Correspondence. SHEPARDA-SHT. JL 18051-18116, 24215-24220

Box  382

Correspondence. SHU-SHURTLEFF, Clarence. To A-Eliza Shepard, 1916-July 1920. JL 17591-17595, 18117-18185, 24221-24222

Box  383

Correspondence. SHURTLEFF, Clarence. To Eliza Shepard, Aug. 1920-SINCLAIR, Upton. To A-Charmian London, 1916-1917. JL 17596, 18183-18250, 24223-24224

Box  384

Correspondence. SINCLAIR, Upton. To Charmian London, 1918-SISR. JL 18251-18317, 24225-24226

Box  385

Correspondence. SISS- SISSON, Edgar. To A-Jack London. Jan.-May 1914. JL 18318-18390

Box  386

Correspondence. SISSON, Edgar. To Jack London. June 1914-1915. JL 18391-18466

Box  387

Correspondence. SISSON, Edgar. To Jack London. 1916-SLA. JL 18467-18542, 24227

Box  388

Correspondence. SLB-SM. JL 18543-18605, 24228-24234

Box  389

Correspondence. SN-SO. JL 17597, 18606-18665, 24235-24242

Box  390

Correspondence. SP-SPRINGER, Ninetta. To A-D. 18666-18705, 18842-18876, 24243

Box  391

Correspondence. SPRINGER, Ninetta. To E-Jack London, 1907-1910. JL 18706-18778, 24244-24245, 24262

Box  392

Correspondence. SPRINGER, Ninetta. To Jack London, 1911-V. JL 17598, 18779-18831, 24246-24261, 24263-24267

Box  393

Correspondence. SPRINGER, Ninetta. To W-STANLEY, Elton. To A-Eliza Shepard, 1928-July 1929 . JL 18832-18841, 18877-18892, 24268-24317

Box  394

Correspondence. STANLEY, Elton. To Eliza Shepard, Aug. 1929-Feb. 1931. JL 24318-24388

Box  395

Correspondence. STANLEY, Elton. To Eliza Shepard, Mar. 1931-STARQ. JL 18893-18905, 24389-24446

Box  396

Correspondence. STARR-STERLING, George. To A-Charmian London, 1910-1917. JL 18906-18949, 19011-19031, 21271, 24447-24451

Box  397

Correspondence. STERLING, George. To A-Charmian London, 1918-STEVENS, Louis. To A-Jack London, 1912. JL 18950-18980, 19032-19075, 24452-24453

Box  398

Correspondence. STEVENS, Louis. To Jack London, 1913-STOC. JL 17599, 18981-19010, 24454-24488, 19076-19080

Box  399

Correspondence. STOD-STRID. JL 19081-19151, 24490

Box  400

Correspondence. STRIE-SV. JL 19152-19214, 24491-24492

Box  401

Correspondence. SW-T.D JL 19220-19280, 24493-24508

Box  402

Correspondence. TE-THOMAS, David. To A-Irving Shepard, 1940. JL 19281-19300, 24509-24562

Box  403

Correspondence. THOMAS, David. To Irving Shepard, 1941-TH. JL 19301-19305, 24563-24596

Box  404

Correspondence. TI-TQ. JL 19337-19407, 24597-24600

Box  405

Correspondence. TR-TRAIN, Arthur. to A-Jack London, 1913-May 1914. JL 19408-19414, 19452-19514

Box  406

Correspondence. TRAIN, Arthur. to A-Jack London, June 1914-TUE. JL 19415-19451, 19515-19546, 24601-24623

Box  407

Correspondence. TUF-UNITED STATES J. JL 19547-19596, 24604-24623

Box  408

Correspondence. UNITED STATES K-UNIVERSTX. JL 19597-19624, 24624-24667

Box  409

Correspondence. UNIVERSITY-VALENTINE, Spencer. To A-Charmian London, 1917. JL 19625-19685, 24668-24679

Box  410

Correspondence. VALENTINE, Spencer. To Charmian London, 1918-Eliza Shepard, 1917-July 1932. JL 24680-24749

Box  411

Correspondence. VALENTINE, Spencer. To Eliza Shepard, Aug. 1932-1937. JL 24750-24820

Box  412

Correspondence. VALENTINE, Spencer. To Eliza Shepard, 1938-VANK. JL 19686-19714, 24821-24865

Box  413

Correspondence. VANL-VZ. JL 19715-19776, 24866-24868

Box  414

Correspondence. W-WALK. JL 19777-19851, 24869-24871

Box  415

Correspondence. WALL-WARM. JL 19852-19916, 24872-24882

Box  416

Correspondence. WARN-WATT, A.P. To A-Jack London, 1902-1907. JL 19917-19978, 24883-24884

Box  417

Correspondence. WATT, A.P. To Jack London, 1908-WEISE, J. Harold. To A-Irving Shepard, 1939-Aug. 1940. JL 19979-20042, 24890-24901

Box  418

Correspondence. WEISE, J. Harold. To Irving Shepard, Sept. 1940-WELCH, Galbraith. To a-Jack London, 1909-Mar. 1914 JL 20043-20116, 24902-24904, 20205 (not 20412?)

Box  419

Correspondence. WELCH, Galbraith. To a-Jack London, Apr. 1914-WELD JL 20117-20191

Box  420

Correspondence. WELE-WESTERN T. JL 20192-20204, 20206-20235, 24905-24921

Box  421

Correspondence. WESTERN U.-WHITND. JL 20236-20289, 24922-24928

Box  422

Correspondence. WHITNE-WILD. JL 20291-20351, 24929

Box  423

Correspondence. WILE-WILLIAMS, Churchill. To A-Jack London, 1910-1911. JL 20352-20406, 24930-24942

Box  424

Correspondence. WILLIAMS, Churchill. To Jack London, 1912-WILLIR. JL 20407-20473

Box  425

Correspondence. WILLIS-WILSN. JL 20474-20539

Box  426

Correspondence. WILSO-WON. JL 21272, 20540-20599, 24943-24947

Box  427

Correspondence. WOO-WT. JL 20600-20645, 24948-24975

Box  428

Correspondence. WU-Z. JL 20646-20699, 24976-24990

Box  430

Unidentified Correspondence: A-Z by First Name. JL 20794-20837

Box  431

Unidentified Correspondence: 1905-1955. JL 20838-20906, 24991-24993

 

Irving Stone File

Physical Description: 1 box

This file consists of over 100 letters to and from Irving Stone and Charmian London. Also included are a few contracts, a short manuscript, and a few letters from other persons, including Eliza Shepard. The file documents the relationship between Stone and London, and its eventual deterioration as publication of Sailor on Horseback became imminent. This file has been restricted until Irving Stone's death at the request of the Jack London estate. [The Irving Stone File (Box 434) was opened for research on March 30, 1993.]
Box  434

Irving Stone File: A-Z. JLS 1-76

 

Harvey Taylor File

Physical Description: 2 boxes

The Harvey Taylor File documents the relationship between Harvey Taylor (who for a time was bibliographer, then supposed agent for the London estate) and Charmian London. The two-box file consists entirely of letters, mostly between Charmian Kittredge London and Harvey Taylor. A few letters from Eliza Shepard are also included. At the request of the Jack London estate, this file has been restricted until the death of Harvey Taylor. [The Harvey Taylor File (Boxes 435 and 436) was opened for research on March 30, 1993.]
Box  435

Harvey Taylor File: A-L. JLT 1-66

Box  436

Harvey Taylor File: M-Z. JLT 67-127

 

Kittredge File

Physical Description: 6 boxes

The Kittredge File consists of manuscripts, letters, documents, and genealogical material pertaining to Charmian Kittredge London's family. The six-box file is rich in material documenting Charmian Kittredge (and Ninetta Wiley Eames Payne Springer's) heritage. Among the more interesting pieces in the file are: Dayelle Wiley Kittredge's "Diary of a Trip from Oshkosh, Wisconsin," her seven letters to her sister, Ninetta Wiley Eames Payne Springer and mother, Catherine Growall Wiley, and the letters from them. All the correspondence in the Kittredge File is filed in the Manuscripts Catalog and is designated by the call number "JLK."
Box  437

Kittredge File: Oversize Manuscripts and Correspondence. JLK 16-31

Box  438

Kittredge File: Manuscripts: A-KITTREDGE, Dayelle. A-E. JLK 32-50

Box  439

Kittredge File: Manuscripts: KITTREDGE, Dayelle. F-M. JLK 51-64

Box  440

Kittredge File: Manuscripts: KITTREDGE, Dayelle. N-R. JLK 65-80

Box  441

Kittredge File: Manuscripts: KITTREDGE, Dayelle. S-Z. JLK 81-133

Box  442

Kittredge File: Correspondence: A-Z, Ephemera: A-Z.

 

Documents

Physical Description: 14 boxes

The vast majority of documents in the London Collection (Boxes 443-456) are literary contracts either for Jack London to write a story, a publisher to publish a book, or a dramatist to dramatize one of London's stories. Also included in this section of the collection are the legal papers regarding Charmian's 1928 suit against Columbia Pictures, London's 1905 divorce from Bessie Maddern London, his suit against Joseph J. Noel and the Millergraph and Biograph Companies, and his suit against Slayton Lyceum Bureau. There are also some land documents pertaining to the Jack London Ranch. All the documents have been individually catalogued. Cards are filed in the alphabetical section of the manuscripts catalog and the Jack London Collection file in the chronological manuscripts catalog.
Box  443

Documents: A-B

Box  444

Documents: C-E

Box  445

Documents: F-K

Box  446

Documents: L-LONDON, Charmian. A-Agreement with A-L

Box  447

Documents: LONDON, Charmian. Agreement with M-R

Box  448

Documents: LONDON, Charmian. Agreement with S-Notice to A-C

Box  449

Documents: LONDON, Charmian. Notice to D-LONDON, Jack. Agreement with A-D

Box  450

Documents: LONDON, Jack. Agreement with E-K

Box  451

Documents: LONDON, Jack. Agreement with L-V

Box  452

Documents: LONDON, Jack. Agreement with W-Contract with A-G

Box  453

Documents: LONDON, Jack. Contract with H-MACL

Box  454

Documents: MACM-P

Box  455

Documents: Q-SHEPARD, H.

Box  456

Documents: SHEPARD, I.-Z

 

Photographic Prints

Physical Description: 9 boxes

Prints can be found in Boxes 457-463. The photographs are all original (either contemporary prints made prior to 1917 or later prints made from the original negative). Each print is filed in its own envelope. The photographs are arranged by subject. Included in this section are a number of photographs of Elizabeth Wiley Baxter; Marshall and Louis Bond; Romaine Fielding; Hawaiian scenes (such as Diamond Head); Jack London Ranch scenes (including the cottage where the Londons lived, the dam and lake, eucalyptus fields, Jack London's gravesite, and the vineyards); George Wharton James; Martin Johnson; Dayelle and Willard Kittredge; Charmian London (over 31 photographs from 1879-1940); Elizabeth May Maddern London; Flora Wellman London; Jack London (over 54 photographs from 1896-1916); John London; Joan London Miller; New York, New York; Edward Biron Payne; Virginia Prentiss; Ninetta Wiley Eames Payne Springer; Louis Edwin Stevens; Vallejo, California; Venice, Italy; Vera Cruz, Mexico; Wake Robin Lodge (in Glen Ellen, California); Anna Strunsky Walling; and Jack London's Wolf House, as well as an array of South Sea Island photographs, some featuring Jack London's yacht Snark. Each photograph is individually numbered with a "JLP" prefix.
Box  457

Photographs: Prints. A-H JLP 1-76

Box  458

Photographs: Prints. I-LONDON, Charmian, 1879-1939 JLP 77-107, 109-143

Box  459

Photographs: Prints. LONDON, Charmian, 1940-LONDON, Jack, 1896-1907 JLP 144-204

Box  460

Photographs: Prints. LONDON, Jack, 1908-O JLP 205-266

Box  461

Photographs: Prints. P-SR JLP 267-315

Box  462

Photographs: Prints. SS-VERA CRUZ. A. JLP 316-360

Box  463

Photographs: Prints. VERA CRUZ. B-Z. JLP 108, 361-415

Box  511

Photographs: Oversize Prints. JLP 558-603

Box  512

Photographs: Oversize Negatives JLP 604

 

Photographic Positives

Physical Description: 22 boxes

The photographic positives (ektapan "inner positives") have been copied from original negatives in Jack London's negative collection. The original negatives are now deposited with the State of California. Since these positives were made directly from the negative, without going through a print process, the quality is generally good. However, readers should discuss their duplication needs with the Photographic Department of the Curator of Photographs before ordering prints from these positives. Permission from the Jack London estate is also required.
The photographic positives have been divided into twenty-two subject categories. Following is a brief list of each category, along with a resume of the contents.
Box  464

 JLP 416   Yosemite, 1890

27 photographs of a trip Charmian made to Yosemite in 1890. Featured are scenic snapshots and a few photographs of Charmian London, Ninetta Springer, and Roscoe Eames.
Box  465

 JLP 417   Maine, 1905

46 photographs, mostly of Jack London or scenic shots of Maine, New York City, and a few of Jamaica. The snapshots were taken on London's honeymoon. There are also a few photographs of Anna Strunsky Walling.
Box  466

 JLP 418   Jack's Houses

70 photographs of the houses London lived in as a young boy and man. Also included are photographs of Cole School, Franklin School, Jack and Bess at Santa Cruz, and a number of portraits of Jack London.
Box  467

 JLP 419   Piedmont - Venice, 1901-1902

36 photographs of Venice, New York, Kent, England, Ireland, and a number of photographs of Elizabeth Wiley and Harley Wiley.
Box  468

 JLP 420   People and Places

67 photographs, including some of George Sterling, Charmian London, Anna Strunsky Walling, Ninetta Wiley Eames Payne Springer, and Edward Biron Payne. Also a number of views of the Jack London Ranch, some Mexican scenes, and a few photographs of the Bohemian Russian River Grove.
Box  469

 JLP 421  Korea I, 1904

113 photographs taken by Jack London of the Russo-Japanese War in Korea. Also included are a few photographs of Japan. The photographs feature Japanese and Russian soldiers and artillery, Korean scenes and religious buildings, villages, some fishing scenes, and a few photographs of Jack London.
Box  470

 JLP 422  Korea II, 1904

87 photographs taken by Jack London of the Russo-Japanese War in Korea. Also included are a few photographs of Japan. The photographs feature Japanese and Russian soldiers and artillery, Korean scenes and religious buildings, villages, some fishing scenes, and a few photographs of Jack London.
Box  471

 JLP 423  Korea III, 1904

115 photographs taken by Jack London of the Russo-Japanese War in Korea. Also included are a few photographs of Japan. The photographs feature Japanese and Russian soldiers and artillery, Korean scenes and religious buildings, villages, some fishing scenes, and a few photographs of Jack London.
Box  472

 JLP 424  Spray Trip, 1904

39 photographs, including a number of Katie Peterson, a few of Cloudesley Johns, and others aboard the Spray.
Box  473

 JLP 425  People, 1905-1906

95 photographs of George Sterling, Carolyn Rand Sterling, Joan London Miller, Becky London Fleming, Xavier Martinez, Charmian Kittredge London, Manyoungi, Constance Skinner, Luther Burbank, Edgar Lucien Larkin, and Jack London. Most of the photographs were taken in Glen Ellen. A few were taken in Oakland, Santa Rosa, or Los Angeles, California.
Box  474

 JLP 426   Monterey - Jamaica, 1905-1906

69 photographs. The Jamaica scenes were taken by Jack London while on his honeymoon in 1905. Included are photographs of Kingston Harbor and country scenes. The Monterey photographs include a number of coastal scenes and the Carmel Mission. Only Jack and Charmian London are featured in the photographs, although a few unidentified people appear in some of the Jamaican scenes.
Box  475

 JLP 427   Building of the Snark, 1906

43 photographs of the Snark in Oakland, at sea, and its crew: Jack London, Charmian London, Roscoe Eames, Herman Whitaker, and Manyoungi.
Box  476

 JLP 428   Hawaii Including Molokai, Maui, and Oahu, 1907

More than 125 photographs. Scenes include the Fourth of July parade on Molokai, coastal scenes on Molokai, a rodeo on Maui, Pearl Harbor, and the Haleakala crater. Jack and Charmian London are featured in many of the photographs.
Box  477

 JLP 429  French Polynesia, Fiji, Samoa, 1908

134 photographs, many of native huts and villages. Also featured are Charmian London, Ernest "Nature Man" Darling, Martin Johnson, and Jack London. Places include Tahiti, the Marquesas, Savii, Papeete Tahiti, Raiatea, Bora Bora, Samoa, Suva, Manua, and the Snark at sea. Also shown is the ship S.S. Mariposa.
Box  478

 JLP 430   Solomon Islands, 1908

Over 128 photographs, many of Solomon Island natives. Included are the photographs of London's Nianota trip, scenes of Tasman, Solomon Islands, New Hebrides, Malaita, Guadalcanal, a Penduffryn masquerade, and a few scattered photographs of Hawaii. Jack and Charmian London are featured in many of the photographs. There are a few pictures of Martin Johnson.
Box  479

 JLP 431  S.S. Tymeric Voyage, 1908-1909

42 photographs, including many of the Tymeric crew and scenes of Ecuador (including Quito).
Box  480

 JLP 432   Roamer Trips, 1910-1914

115 photographs. Most of the photographs were taken in Oakland or along the Sacramento River delta and feature Jack London, Charmian London, Ernest Matthews, Nakata, French Frank, Edward Payne, and Ninetta Springer.
Box  481

 JLP 433   Ranch, 1910-1913

104 photographs. Early scenes of the Jack London Ranch, most featuring livestock. A number of pictures of Charmian or Jack London on horseback. Neuadd Hillside is prominent in a number of the photographs as well. Other horses include Belle, Don Sonoma, and Fleet.
Box  482

 JLP 434   Ranch, 1912-1916

Many of the 110 photographs are of scenes of the Valley of the Moon. There are some pictures of London's Truckee trip, a few pictures of Sonoma Creek, the ranch buildings, and Wolf House. A number of stunning photographs of the building of the twin silos. Very few photographs with people, although those included are Charmian and Jack London, Edgar Larkin, Nakata, and Maude McNerviary, the ranch cook.
Box  483

 JLP 435   Ranch, After 1917

A number of photographs of the ranch, some featuring Charmian London. A few of the 22 pictures are of Laurie Smith.
Box  484

 JLP 436   Vera Cruz, 1914

53 photographs of the Mexican Revolution. Most of the pictures are of artillery, ships, or Panuco oil fields in Tampico. People featured include Jack and Charmian London, General F.D. Evans, Major General B.C. Lockwood, Lieutenant Hayes, General Funston, Captain J.B. Allison, Colonel Van Vlict, and Captain Davidson. Also included are photographs of the Seventh Infantry and Fort Crockett.
Box  485

 JLP 437   Oahu, 1915

40 photographs, most of Jack London and Charmian London in Pahoa. A few of Elizabeth Wiley at Beach Walk, and some island scenes.
 

Photograph Albums and Large Albums

Physical Description: 24 boxes

Most of the photographs Jack and Charmian London took on their travels and at home were pasted into ninety-three small and thirty large photo albums. The Huntington Library's Jack London Collection contains only one of these albums: The Dirigo Voyage, 1912. Almost all the other albums are still owned by the Shepard family. In 1976, these albums were loaned to the Library for the purpose of copying. [The original albums were donated to the Library in 1983 but will not be made generally available for research. At that time the Dirigo album was removed from its initial location in Box 486, and shelved with the remaining albums.] Each photograph was copied (and each page of the album was also copied in its entirety) on thirty-five millimeter roll film. Contact prints of these photographs have been assembled and are available for reference in Boxes 486-510. Each box contains five albums.
Ordering Information: Each photograph has a number printed directly on the negative. To order a photograph, please give the number beside the picture, the JLP number of the album, the title and number of the album, and describe the photograph. Readers are cautioned that the quality of reproduction from these albums may not be suitable for publication and are requested to consult with the Photographic Department or Curator of Photographs before ordering copies.
Box  487

Photograph Albums 1-5

 

 JLP 439  Album 1, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 440  Album 2, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 441  Album 3, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 442  Album 4, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 443  Album 5, Korea 1904

Box  488

Photograph Albums 6-10

 

 JLP 444  Album 6, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 445  Album 7, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 446  Album 8, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 447  Album 9, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 448  Album 10, Korea 1904

Box  489

Photograph Albums 11-15

 

 JLP 449  Album 11, Korea 1904

 

 JLP 450  Album 12, Korea, Hawaii 1904

 

 JLP 451  Album 13, Korea, Hawaii 1904

 

 JLP 452  Album 14, Very Earliest Photographs >1905

 

 JLP 453  Album 15, Friends, Old Friends >1906

Box  490

Photograph Albums 16-20

 

 JLP 454  Album 16, The Crowd, Miscellaneous (including George Sterling) >1906

 

 JLP 455  Album 17, In This Our World >1917

 

 JLP 456  Album 18, Me, I Myself (portraits of Jack London) >1909

 

 JLP 457  Album 19, Jack, Himself >1917

 

 JLP 458  Album 20, Joan and Bess >1917

Box  491

Photograph Albums 21-25

 

 JLP 459  Album 21, The Little Woman (Charmian London) >1917

 

 JLP 460  Album 22, The Kid Woman (Charmian London) >1917

 

 JLP 461  Album 23, Family and Friends >1917

 

 JLP 462  Album 24, The Spray, Bohemian Grove >1917

 

 JLP 463  Album 25, Southern California, 1905, Voyage of the Spray, Glen Ellen 1905

Box  492

Photograph Albums 26-30

 

 JLP 464  Album 26, Some Friends and Bohemian Grove c. 1913-15

 

 JLP 465  Album 27, Belle and Her Kind (album of horses) >1916

 

 JLP 466  Album 28, People of the Abyss (London photographs) 1902

 

 JLP 467  Album 29, My People and Some Others (Charmian London's family) >1917

 

 JLP 468  Album 30, Schoolmates and Others (Charmian London's friends) >1917

Box  493

Photograph Albums 31-35

 

 JLP 469  Album 31, From West to East, 1900-1901 (Charmian London's trip) 1900-1901

 

 JLP 470  Album 32, In the County of Sonoma >1917

 

 JLP 471  Album 33, The Valley of the Moon >1917

 

 JLP 472  Album 34, The Beauty Ranch >1917

 

 JLP 473  Album 35, The Ranch >1917

Box  494

Photograph Albums 36-40

 

 JLP 474  Album 36, About the Ranch >1917

 

 JLP 475  Album 37, Cruise of the Spray, 1904, Glen Ellen 1905, Joan and Bess 1905-1906 1904-1905

 

 JLP 476  Album 38, Persons and Places

 

 JLP 477  Album 39, Jack and His Dwelling Places (Original album was missing from the ranch and has not been filmed.)

 

 JLP 478  Album 40, Here and There (California scenes) >1917

Box  495

Photograph Albums 41-45

 

 JLP 479  Album 41, Earthquake (1906), California Scenes

 

 JLP 480  Album 42, San Francisco, Week of April 18, 1906 >1917

 

 JLP 481  Album 43, The Pacific Coast, California 1906

 

 JLP 482  Album 44, Maine to Jamaica 1905-1906 1906

 

 JLP 483  Album 45, Cuba and Florida 1906 >1916

Box  496

Photograph Albums 46-50s

 

 JLP 484  Album 46, Nevada and Arizona 1905-1906

 

 JLP 485  Album 47, The Snark 1906

 

 JLP 486  Album 48, Concerning the Snark >1917

 

 JLP 487  Album 49, Hawaii 1907-1909

 

 JLP 488  Album 50, Hawaii, 1915 1907-1909

Box  497

Photograph Albums 51-55

 

 JLP 489  Album 51, Oahu 1915

 

 JLP 490  Album 52, Maui, Oahu, Hawaii 1915

 

 JLP 491  Album 53, Molokai Number One >1917

 

 JLP 492  Album 54, Molokai Number Two >1917

 

 JLP 493  Album 55, Molokai Number Three >1917

Box  498

Photograph Albums 56-60

 

 JLP 494  Album 56, Under the Southern Cross >1917

 

 JLP 495  Album 57, Tahiti and the Marquesas >1917

 

 JLP 496  Album 58, The Dangerous Archipelago c. 1908

 

 JLP 497  Album 59, Fair Tahiti 1908

 

 JLP 498  Album 60, The Society Islands 1908

Box  499

Photograph Albums 61-65

 

 JLP 499  Album 61, Samoa, Fiji, New Hebrides 1908

 

 JLP 500  Album 62, Bora Bora and Samoa 1908

 

 JLP 501  Album 63, The Terrible Solomons Number One 1908

 

 JLP 502  Album 64, The Terrible Solomons Number Two 1908

 

 JLP 503  Album 65, Australia (1908) 1908

Box  500

Photograph Albums 66-70

 

 JLP 504  Album 66, The Mariposa and Tahiti 1908

 

 JLP 505  Album 67, Tymeric Voyage 1909 1909

 

 JLP 506  Album 68, South America 1909 1909

 

 JLP 507  Album 69, Roamer 1910 (California scenes) 1909

 

 JLP 508  Album 70, Roamer 1911, 1912, 1913 1909

Box  501

Photograph Albums 71-75

 

 JLP 509  Album 71, Navigating Four Horses Number One (London's trip to Oregon) 1910

 

 JLP 510  Album 72, Navigating Four Horses Number Two 1911-1913

 

 JLP 511  Album 73, Dirigo Voyage 1912 1912

 

 JLP 512  Album 74, Boats 1912

 

 JLP 513  Album 75, Animals 1912

Box  502

Photograph Albums 76-80

 

 JLP 514  Album 76, Things of Beauty >1917

 

 JLP 515  Album 77, Pictures >1917

 

 JLP 516  Album 78, Live Wires >1922

 

 JLP 517  Album 79, A Dream of Fair Women (Charmian London) >1917

 

 JLP 518  Album 80, Small Folk >1917

Box  503

Photograph Albums 81-85

 

 JLP 519  Album 81, Over the World >1917

 

 JLP 520  Album 82, California (and the Bohemian Club High Jinks also Southern California) >1917

 

 JLP 521  Album 83, Vera Cruz Number One >1917

 

 JLP 522  Album 84, Vera Cruz Number Two 1912

 

 JLP 523  Album 85, The World We Live In (Original album was missing from the ranch and has not been filmed.) 1914

Box  504

Photograph Albums 86-90

 

 JLP 524  Album 86, Roamer 1914-1915 and Truckee 1914

 

 JLP 525  Album 87, France and Belgium 1914-1915

 

 JLP 526  Album 88, Hawaii 1916 1923

 

 JLP 527  Album 89, Little Children 1916

 

 JLP 528  Album 90, The Wonder of the World >1917

Box  505

Photograph Albums 91-93, Jack London at Yale, Album Covers and List of Albums

 

 JLP 529  Album 91, Correspondents >1917

 

 JLP 530  Album 92, Yoshimatsu Nakata >1917

 

 JLP 531  Album 93, Lunn's Summer Photographs (of Glen Ellen) 1915-1916

 

 JLP 605  Jack London at Yale 1905

 

 JLP 606  Album Covers and List of Albums >1950

Box  506

Large Albums 1-5

 

 JLP 532  Large Album 1, Russo-Japanese War 1904 1918

 

 JLP 533  Large Album 2, Men and Women (NO COPY NEGS) 1904

 

 JLP 534  Large Album 3, Folk and Folks (including the 1914-1915 Bohemian Club High Jinks) >1917

 

 JLP 535  Large Album 4, Just People 1914-1915

 

 JLP 536  Large Album 5, Celebrities >1917

Box  507

Large Albums 6-10

 

 JLP 537  Large Album 6, Us >1917

 

 JLP 538  Large Album 7, We Two >1917

 

 JLP 539  Large Album 8, The World Over >1917

 

 JLP 540  Large Album 9, England >1917

 

 JLP 541  Large Album 10, Europe 1902

Box  508

Large Albums 11-15

 

 JLP 542  Large Album 11, Hawaii 1902

 

 JLP 543  Large Album 12, The Solomon Islands 1907

 

 JLP 544  Large Album 13, In Cannibal Isles 1908

 

 JLP 545  Large Album 14, The Beauty of the World 1908

 

 JLP 546  Large Album 15, Samoa and Fiji >1917

Box  509

Large Albums 16-20

 

 JLP 547  Large Album 16, Some Living Rainbows 1908

 

 JLP 548  Large Album 17, New England, Jamaica, and Other Places >1917

 

 JLP 549  Large Album 18, Pictures, Pictures, Pictures 1905

 

 JLP 550  Large Album 19, The Galleries >1925

 

 JLP 551  Large Album 20, The Galleries c. 1925

Box  510

Large Albums 21-25, 31

Scope and Content Note

Note: Large Albums 26-29 were missing from the Jack London Ranch and were not filmed
 

 JLP 552  Large Album 21, Pictures c. 1925

 

 JLP 553  Large Album 22, Europe (1902) c. 1925

 

 JLP 554  Large Album 23, Hawaii Nei 1902

 

 JLP 555  Large Album 24, Dogs 1915-1916

 

 JLP 556  Large Album 25, French Provinces c. 1925

 

 JLP 557  Large Album 30, Types c. 1930

 

Ephemera

Physical Description: 73 boxes

The Ephemera section of the Jack London Collection consists of printed materials such as receipts and articles, business papers and notes, copies of poems, prose and essays, ranch notes, and Jack London's subject file. The section is contained in Boxes 518-590 of the Collection, and each folder has been assigned its own JLE number for ready reference. Following is a brief summary of each category in the Ephemera section.
 

Articles and Fiction

These boxes contain newspaper and magazine articles written by or about Jack London. Boxes 519-521 consist entirely of articles and stories written by Jack London Many of the articles in the first box were written by Charmian London. Other authors include Frederick Irons Bamford, Frederick O'Brien, May Sinclair, Ninetta Springer, and George Sterling.
Box  518

Ephemera: Articles and Fiction by Others. JLE 1-44, 3311

 

 JLE 1  Adams, George Matthew. Today's Talk. 1944, Feb.

6 pieces.
 

 JLE 2  Bamford, Frederick Irons. The Passion of Socialism. [>1917].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 3  Bierce, Ambrose. The Passing Show. 1900, Feb. 18.

2 pieces.
 

 JLE 4  Blakeley, James O. Christmas All the Year Round. 1915

1 piece.
 

 JLE 5  Hervey, John. Memories of Childhood. 1927, Mar.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 3313  Kittredge, Dayelle (Wiley). The Day Green. n.d.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 6  London, Charmian (Kittredge). An Old Adventure That Still Glows . . . 1933, Feb. 13.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 7  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Animals We Love. 1932-1933.

3 pieces.
 

 JLE 8  London, Charmian (Kittredge). As America Sees Our Women. 1917, Feb. 11.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 9  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Avenging of Daughter, Mother's Natural Law. 1932, Jan. 14.

2 pieces.
 

 JLE 10  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Ernest Darling. 1937, Aug.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 11  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Follows in the Footsteps of Jack London. 1927, Oct. 25.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 12  London, Charmian (Kittredge). George Sterling - As I Knew Him. 1927, Mar.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 13  London, Charmian (Kittredge). The Intellectuals. 1917, Feb. 24.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 14  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Jack London. [>1950].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 15  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Jack London as a Boy. 1921, June.

6 pieces.
 

 JLE 16  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Jack London Prophesied It. 1940, Aug. 17.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 17  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Jack London's Last Days. 1921, Aug.

7 pieces.
 

 JLE 18  London, Charmian (Kittredge). [The Kathryn Murray System]. [>1950].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 19  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Life and Literary Work of Jack London. 1924, Sept. 13.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 20  London, Charmian (Kittredge). A Man's Man. [>1950].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 21  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Movies - The Books of Tomorrow? [>1950].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 22  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Our Hawaii. 1918, Oct.

7 pieces.
 

 JLE 23  London, Charmian (Kittredge). [Review of Time Out of Mind]. 1936, Apr. 17.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 24  London, Charmian (Kittredge). A Shocker. [>1930].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 25  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Troubles Galore in the Solomons. 1911, Feb.

4 pieces.
 

 JLE 26  London, Charmian (Kittredge). What I'd Do If I Were Governor. 1924, Nov. 26.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 27  London, Charmian (Kittredge). Why Jack and I Were Always Happy. 1924, Apr.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 28  London, Charmian (Kittredge). A Woman's Impressions. 1904, July 6.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 29  Loughead, Flora Haines. The Call of the Tame. 1904, Dec. 4.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 30  O'Brien, Frederick. Some Famous Vagabonds. 1922, Aug.

5 pieces.
 

 JLE 31  Pyle, Ernie. Where Jack London Lived and Died. 1939, Oct. 18.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 32  Shaw, George Bernard. Rodin. [>1917].

2 pieces.
 

 JLE 33  Shepard, Eliza London. Miscellaneous Notes. [>1939].

5 pieces.
 

 JLE 34  Sinclair, May. A Defence of Men. [>1917].

3 pieces.
 

 JLE 35  Sinclair, May. The Intercessor. [>1917].

10 pieces.
 

 JLE 36  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Along the Rio de Santa Clara. 1887, Apr.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 37.  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Bee Culture in California. 1891, Feb.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 38  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Dairying in California. [>1900].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 39  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Finds Art In the Digger. [>1900].

2 pieces.
 

 JLE 40  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. A Literal Interpretation. [>1900].

3 pieces.
 

 JLE 41  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Me An' Babby. 1889, Jan.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 42  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Old Days In Shasta. [>1900].

1 piece.
 

 JLE 43  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. Upland Pastures. 1896, Mar.

1 piece.
 

 JLE 44  Springer, Ninetta (Wiley) Eames Payne. The Wreck of the Petrel. 1893, Apr.

8 pieces.
 

 JLE  3312  Stoddard, Charles Warren. To Jack London. 1905-1907.

9 letters. (Ref. only)
Box  519

Ephemera: Articles and Fiction by Jack London, A-K. JLE-49-103, 3311

 

 JLE 49  The Abysmal Brute (Sport and Play,

 

 JLE 50  Advancing Russians Nearing Japan's Army (San Francisco Examiner, 3 March 1904)

 

 JLE 51  [Advertisement for] General Types of Superior Men

 

 JLE 52  Again the Literary Aspirant (The Critic)

 

 JLE 53  The Amateur M.D.

 

 JLE 54  The Amateur Navigator

 

 JLE 55  An Old Lie Finally Nailed (pamphlet with letter from JL dated 5 August 1916 to Navy Recruiting Station)

 

 JLE 56  Are There Any Thrills Left in Life (New Haven Times Leader, 9 December 1916)

 

 JLE 57  San Francisco will be Western Art Center--Movement for. Great Museum Reaches Climax (San Francisco Examiner, 7 November 1915)

 

 JLE 58  Bald Face (The Aegis)

 

 JLE 59  [Bibliography]

 

 JLE 60  [Bibliography]

 

 JLE 61  [Business Cards]

 

 JLE 62  By the Turtles of Tasman

 

 JLE 63  The Call of the Wild (Classics Illustrated, January 1952)

 

 JLE 64  The Chinago (Harper's Monthly)

 

 JLE 65  Chris Farrington: Able Seaman (Pall Mall Magazine, March 1906)

 

 JLE 66  The Cruise of the Dazzler (July 1902)

 

 JLE 67  Cruising in the Solomons (The Pacific Monthly, June 1910)

 

 JLE 68  Directions to Ranch (pamphlet)

 

 JLE 69  The Dream of Debs (International Socialist Review, January 1917)

 

 JLE 70  [Dustjackets]

 

 JLE 71  The Economics of the Klondike (American Monthly Review of Reviews)

 

 JLE 72  Examiner Writer Sent Back to Seoul (San Francisco Examiner, 25 April 1904)

 

 JLE 73  Fagots of Cedar (comments by JL)

 

 JLE 74  Fighting at Long Range (San Francisco Examiner, 5 June 1904)

 

 JLE 75  First Aid to Rising Authors (The Junior Munsey, December 1900)

 

 JLE 76  Footsore, Dazed and Frozen, the Japanese Trudge Through Korea (San Francisco Examiner, 18 April 1904)

 

 JLE 77  "Frisco Kid's" Story (The Aegis)

 

 JLE 78  The Future of California as an Agricultural State. (University Farm Agricola, 13 October 1916)

 

 JLE 79  The Golden Poppy (The Delineator, January 1904)

 

 JLE 80  Great Socialist Vote Explained (San Francisco Examiner, 10 November 1904)

 

 JLE 81  The High Seat of Abundance (Woman's Home Companion, January 1908)

 

 JLE 3311  Hoboes that Pass in the Night

 

 JLE 82  The House of Mapuhi (The Windsor Magazine, January 1909)

 

 JLE 83  Housekeeping in the Klondike (Harper's Bazaar, September 1900)

 

 JLE 84  How I Broke Into Print (The Strand Magazine, January 1915)

 

 JLE 85  How Jack London Got In and Out of Jail in Japan (San Francisco Examiner, 27 February 1904)

 

 JLE 86  How the Hermit Kingdom Behaves in Time of War (San Francisco Examiner, 17 April 1904)

 

 JLE 87  How the Japanese Army is Advancing into Korea (San Francisco Examiner, 7 April 1904)

 

 JLE 88  Husky - The Wolf Dog of the North (Harper's Weekly, 30 June 1900)

 

 JLE 89  Interpreter and Canned Goods (San Francisco Examiner, 4 April 1904)

 

 JLE 90  Interpreters and How They Cause Trouble (San Francisco Examiner, 26 April 1904)

 

 JLE 91  Jack London and the Docking of Horses (pamphlet for National Equine Defence League, 10 June 1913)

 

 JLE 92  Jack London's Last Letter (Every Week, 21 November 1916)

 

 JLE 93  Jack London Says: (The Silhouette)

 

 JLE 94  Japanese Officers Consider Everything a Military Secret (San Francisco Examiner, 26 June 1904)

 

 JLE 95  Japanese Supplies Rushed to the Front by Man and Beast (San Francisco Examiner, 19 June 1904)

 

 JLE 96  Japanese Swim Cold River Under Fire (San Francisco Examiner, 9 June 1904)

 

 JLE 97  Japan's Army's Equipment Excites Great Admiration (San Francisco Examiner, 3 April 1904)

 

 JLE 98  Japan's Invasion of Korea (San Francisco Examiner, 4 March 1904)

 

 JLE 99  Japs Driving Russians Across the Yalu River (San Francisco Examiner, 4 June 1904)

 

 JLE 100  John Barleycorn (Saturday Evening Post, March-May 1913)

 

 JLE 101  "Just Meat" (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, February 1965)

 

 JLE 102  The King of Mazy May (Youth's Companion, 30 November 1899)

 

 JLE 103  Diary of Jack London's Trip to the Klondike (Yukon News, Nov-Dec 1966)

Box  520

Ephemera: Articles and Fiction by Jack London, L-SD, A-K. JLE 104-139

 

 JLE 104  Lawgivers (Collier's, 20 June 1914)

 

 JLE 105  A Lesson in Heraldry (The National Magazine, March 1900)

 

 JLE 106  Love of Life (The Golden Book Magazine, February 1925)

 

 JLE 107  The Lover's Liturgy (The Raven, February 1901)

 

 JLE 108  The Madness of John Harned (Everybody's Magazine, 1909)

 

 JLE 109  Make Westing (Encore, December 1944)

 

 JLE 110  To the Valley of Death (article from Oakland Enquirer, 24 November 1916, with chapter of Martin Eden reprinted)

 

 JLE 111  Mexico's Army and Ours (Collier's, 30 May 1914)

 

 JLE 112  [Miscellaneous Notes]

 

 JLE 113  Molokai Ideal for Mainland Lepers (The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 3 June 1915)

 

 JLE 114  The Sea Gangsters (Hearst's Magazine, Nov 1913-Aug 1914)

 

 JLE 115  My Faith (The Workingman's Paper, 8 June 1910)

 

 JLE 116  My Hawaiian Aloha (Cosmopolitan, Sept 1916)

 

 JLE 117  My Hawaiian Aloha

 

 JLE 118  Nar Villdyret Vakner (Illustrerte Klassikere)

 

 JLE 119  The Nature Man (Woman's Home Companion, Sept 1908)

 

 JLE 120  Navigating Four Horses North of the Bay (Sunset, Sept 1911)

 

 JLE 121  The Octopus, The Material Side, On the Writer's Philosophy of Life (The Occident, Dec 1916)

 

 JLE 122  Our Guiltless Scapegoats, The Stricken of Molokai (newspaper article, 2 June 1916)

 

 JLE 123  Pessimism, Optimism and Patriotism (The Aegis)

 

 JLE 124  [Photographic Negatives]

 

 JLE 125  Pluck and Pertinacity (The Youth's Companion, 4 January 1900)

 

 JLE 126  Politics and Leprosy (Springfield Union, 6 August 1916)

 

 JLE 127  Poppy Cargo (The Argosy, October 1931)

 

 JLE 128  The Proper "Girlie" (The Smart Set, 1900)

 

 JLE 129  Jack London Tells of the Rebel Army as He Saw it at Tampico (Los Angeles Tribune, 2 July 1914)

 

 JLE 130  The Red Game of War (Collier's, 16 May 1914)

 

 JLE 131  The Red Plague

 

 JLE 132  London's Reply is Warm -- Author Answers Brown (The Call, 17 January [1909?]

 

 JLE 133  Revolution (The International Socialist Review, August 1909)

 

 JLE 134