London, Jack

London refers a fellow Socialist editor to his rather capitalist European agent

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(1876-1916) American adventurer and writer, authored 50 books inc. classics The Call of the Wild (1903), The Sea Wolf (1904), White Fang (1906), Martin Eden (1909), etc. Lived life of a sailor, hobo, joined Klondike gold rush 1897-98. He was a commited Socialist and atheist. 10 x 8 TLS, personal rubber stamped letterhead, Glen Ellen, Sonoma, California, November 26 1913, to Alexander Sirius (“Comrade Sirius”), editor of “The Bournemouth Worker” in England. London is forwarding Sirius’ letter to Hughes Massie, Fleet Street, London, his European agent, who handles all translation matters. As London is “wandering around the world too away from post offices most of the time to handle such matters personally”, Massie is empowered fully to represent London and he advises Sirius to contact him. With much traveled envelope with printed London return address..

Condition: Very good, mail folds
Type:Letter






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