Jack London in Context Collection

collection

©Rob Appell

Campus:
Sonoma State University
Library:
University Library, Jean & Charles Schulz Information Center
Subject(s):
London, Jack, 1876-1916
Description:
The life of American writer Jack London (1876-1916) spanned a lively and complicated historical era and he was able to capture the period in his many works of fiction and nonfiction. This collection, donated by Palmer Andrews in 2014, focuses on books and research materials that reflect London’s vast range of interests and his personal and literary connections to contemporaries, great thinkers, and events. For more information about and to make an appointment to view this collection, search the University Library’s online catalog. The collection has been inventoried and cataloged and is housed in the Library’s Waring Jones Reading Room.
Dates covered:
1900-2013
Language(s):
English
Collection Size:
50 linear feet
For more information:
Additional Information (SSU Jack London in Context Collection webpage)
Additional Information (Jack London Online Collection)
Additional Information (SSU Library record)
Citation Sample:
http://library.sonoma.edu/specialcollections/usingcollections/citationguide/
Collection policy:
By appointment