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Jack London Society | The Life and Work of Jack London
Website by Donna Campbell: Washington State University
Come See The Jack London SNARK
In The Historic 1909 Nostalgic Argonaut Hotel Located at Fisherman's Wharf – foot of Hyde and Jefferson St. on San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, CA
Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon
Located in Jack London Square, Oakland, CA. It is known as Jack London's Rendezvous. As a schoolboy, Jack London studied at the same tables that are used today.
Jack London: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The most popular online Jack London researched site.
Jack London Lake Alliance
Nearly 100 years ago Jack London built a small dam at the foot of Sonoma Mountain, creating an idyllic respite for hikers, swimmers, and horseback riders. Today, the dam is in imminent danger of collapse, the lake has shrunk to one quarter of its original size, and the surface is covered in algae. The Alliance is ready to meet the significant challenges of this important project.
Jack London at Yale
University of California Libraries is the contributor to this booklet, which is about London's honeymoon lecture on socialism. Author: Irvine, Alexander, 1863-1941.
Sonoma County Historical Society
The Sonoma County Historical Society is sponsoring a 25 mile historical walk through San Francisco on Saturday, June 23, 2007.
The Jack London Online Collection
Sonoma State University (previously Sunsite Berkeley). Site maintained by Roy Tennant and Dr. Clarice Stasz.
Des Amis de Jack London
Jack-London.fr: le site franšais sur Jack London, the French society of scholars and readers. Includes a list of London's writings in French.
Jack London Magazine Stories
Here are some Jack London stories and non-fiction works that Carl W. Bell, Senior Analyst–Programmer, Baylor University Electronic Library has transcribed from various magazines that he has collected. Most, if not all, of Jack London's stories appeared in magazines before they were published in book form.
Spirit of Snark San Francisco
This proposed project is of historical significance and value. The ship, SNARK, is a part of California's and San Francisco's Maritime Heritage and history. The SNARK was constructed and outfitted by two of San Francisco's turn-of-the-century shipyards — the ANDERSON and the CRYER yards. Preserving history preserves who we are. Jack London is one our American native-born San Francisco sons, who rose from the lowest income class to become one of the best known and respected authors in the world. The project to build the Jack London SNARK as part of the Jack London History will be to focus again on adventure and to come sail away on. . .The Spirit of SNARK with Jack London. – Toby Watson.
Inventory of the Jack London Collection
The Online Archive of California (OAC) is an initiative of the California Digital Library by The Regents of The University of California.
Jack London's Cabin
Jack London's Canadian cabin from his year as a prospector. Jack London Square, Oakland by Janice Albert.
Janice Albert's site covers some of the following authors: Joaquin Miller, John Muir, Frank Norris, Ina Coolbrith, Eugene O'Neill, John Steinbeck and Jack London and more. "California Authors" are intended for readers of all ages, and are especially adapted for teachers who may want a condensed biography or an idea for a field trip. They have been published since 1996 in California English, edited by Carol Jago. – Janice Albert, Chabot and Las Positas Colleges.
American Authors – Literary Movements – Timeline
Located at the Department of English, Washington State University. American authors, Literary movements, Timeline and with links to texts, bibliographies, study questions, information. Very good site. Rich in resources and professionally maintained by Donna M. Campbell.
Art Illustrator Percy Ivory
Ivory's pictures also accompanied stories about the Far North, including several by Jack London.
Susan Nuernberg, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Her research and scholarly interests fall into three areas: Jack London; Lewis Hine; Harriet Beecher Stowe. (Dr. Nuernberg edited and presented the 41 chapters of Dr. Vil Bykov's memoir, In the Steps of Jack London, to The World of Jack London website.)
Museum of San Francisco
Jack and Charmian London were at their ranch in Glen Ellen at the time of the 1906 Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, and soon left on horseback to see the wreck of the nearby California Home for the Care and Training of Feeble-Minded Children, as dust rose from the ruins.
James Edward Sisson III Collection
Utah State University: James Edward Sisson III research papers, (1951-1986). incoming correspondence from both domestic and foreign Jack London researchers, a collection of unpublished poems by numerous authors about Jack London, and rare newspaper clippings and articles by and about Jack London.
Jack and Charmian London Collection
Utah State University: books written by Jack London inscribed by him to his wife Charmian; also includes photographs.
Family website of John (Jack) Byrne, (age 29) who was secretary to Jack London and was married to Jack London's sister, Ida London-Miller (age 35) thus he became Jack London's brother-in-law.
Centenary College News
SHREVEPORT, LA- Jack London enthusiast and scholar Dr. Vil Bykov first published his personal memoir,
In the Steps of Jack London, in his native language—Russian. Now, thanks to the contributions of Centenary graduate Julia Istomina, Class of '98, Wilson Professor of American Literature Dr. Earle Labor and the secretarial aid of Becky Palmer of the Centenary English Department, this book is available in English.
"Vil Bykov's book being available for the entire English-speaking world is a big event for anyone who has any remote connection with or interest in Jack London's life and work." says Istomina, who assisted in the translation of Bykov's memoir.
Centenary Alumna, Faculty, Staff Members Make Literary Contributions to New Jack London Translation. Having been completed in June 2003, the English translation of Bykov's celebrated memoir can be found, posted in its entirety, on The World of Jack London: A Pictorial Biography web site.
The Huntington's Archive of London's Papers
The Huntington's archive of London's papers, numbering about 60,000 items, is the largest London collection in the world and also by far the largest literary archive of personal papers in the library (the next largest collection for an author contains about 8,000 pieces). Thus, the Huntington Library stands at the center of London scholarship, bringing scores of scholars into the research library each year.
Jack London International
Dr. Stefan Etzel and Reinhard Wissdorf have merged pages and have created a brand new Jack London Site in Germany. They have a new addition now, a Joan London Page. In collaboration with Helen and Tarnel Abbott.
Get Your Words Worth
Since 1983, WORDSWORTH has served the international community as writers, publishers, editors and Jack London experts--plenty of content here: Overview of famous turn-of-the-century American author Jack London's life emphasizing major phases – writing, ranching, sailing, and gold prospecting. Includes photographs.
Poet – London's best friend (1869 – 1926) An excellent site for information on various California authors.
Jack London Society, Inc. Biennial Symposium
The Jack London Society, Inc., an international non-profit organization that promotes study of the life and work of Jack London.
The free encyclopedia – Wikipedia – Jack London
Considered a well-researched site for Jack London. One of the fastest growing web sites online.
James M. Dourgarian, Bookman
Jack London first editions, film memorabilia related to London, books about him, vintage periodical appearances by London.
Digital Jack at Centenary College of Louisiana
Includes bibliographies, links, and information about London artifacts in the Peters Research Center.
California State Parks
This is the OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA STATE PARKS web site. Jack London State Historic Park is a memorial to writer and adventurer Jack London, who made his home at the site from 1905 until his death in 1916. The park was once part of the famous writer's 1,500-acre Beauty Ranch. The park contains the cottage residence where he wrote books, short stories, articles and letters while he oversaw various agricultural enterprises. After London's death, his wife, Charmian, continued to live in the cottage until her death in 1955. It was her wish that the ranch be preserved in memory of Jack London and his work.
Paul P. Reuben Web Site
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature. – A research and reference guide to various literary periods and authors in American Literature. With over 400 author pages, this site has been recognized as a major presence in American literature on the internet. Found useful by students and teachers around the world, it is a research and reference tool, not a term paper factory. This site is particularly useful for those who have no or limited access to university libraries and databases. An Ongoing Project. – Paul Reuben.
Inventory of the Joan (London) Miller Papers
The Huntington Library states, "Joan (London) Miller, was born in Oakland, California, on January 15, 1901, and was the elder daughter of the author Jack London and his first wife, Bess (Maddern) London. Following graduation from Oakland High School, she attended the University of California, Berkeley, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1921. On February 11 of that same year, in Piedmont, California, Mrs. Miller married Harlan Park Abbott, from whom she was divorced in 1924. On December 20, 1925, in Sacramento, she married Charles Malamuth, a Moscow correspondent for United Press International, but the marriage ended in divorce in 1930. Subsequently, the two were reconciled while in Moscow and they remarried, but they were separated in 1934 and divorced for the second time in 1935. Finally, Joan London married Charles Lortz Miller in April, 1952, and they resided in Berkeley and, later, Pleasant Hill, California, until Mr. Miller's death . . ."