Jack London Photographs and Negatives

Owning Institution: Huntington Library

About this Collection

Approximately 12,000 images, primarily taken by London himself between 1902 and 1916, document the poor in the City of London, the Russo-Japanese War, the aftermath of the San Francisco earthquake and fire, London’s 18-month cruise through the South Pacific, a shipboard journey around Cape Horn, the Mexican Revolution, and London’s ranch in California’s Sonoma Valley. View this collection on the contributor's website.

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