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Jack and Charmian London correspondence and papers, 1894-1953.

Author: Jack LondonCharmian LondonJack BryneI Milo ShepardNinetta Eames PayneAll authors
Edition/Format:   Downloadable archival material : Microfilm : English
Database:WorldCat
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Largely correspondence of the Londons and their associates, the collection also contains 6 boxes of manuscript materials: short stories, articles, diaries, financial records, etc. belonging to Jack London. Correspondence of Charmian London, ca. 1905-1948. Original manuscripts by both Londons, mostly typescript and first carbon, many with holography notes, of short stories, articles, and books (Assassination Bureau  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Correspondence
Sources
Named Person: Jack London; Charmian London; London family.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jack London; Charmian London; Jack Bryne; I Milo Shepard; Ninetta Eames Payne; Sinclair Lewis; Macmillan Company.
OCLC Number: 43638306
Reproduction Notes: Includes about 3000 photocopies of correspondence as part of the collection. Includes 12 reels of 35 mm microfilm of correspondence as part of the collection.
Description: 23 linear feet.
Other Titles: Assassination bureau (Draft)
Martin Eden (Draft)
Tramp diary (Draft)
Jack London papers
Charmian London papers

Abstract:

Largely correspondence of the Londons and their associates, the collection also contains 6 boxes of manuscript materials: short stories, articles, diaries, financial records, etc. belonging to Jack London. Correspondence of Charmian London, ca. 1905-1948. Original manuscripts by both Londons, mostly typescript and first carbon, many with holography notes, of short stories, articles, and books (Assassination Bureau and Martin Eden). Record of manuscript sales by J. London in his own hand, 1899-1916. Tramp Diary (MS). Plots for short stories and novels, purchased by J. London from Sinclair Lewis, typed with notes in hand by Lewis. Manuscript notes by London. Wills. Log of yacht Snark and ephemeral notes of 1906-1908 south sea voyage. Macmillan Company author's contracts. Passports. Notes made by London as correspondent in the Russo-Japanese War. Miscellaneous manuscript material by Jack London and Charmian London.

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