Jack London Online
Roy Tennant was a librarian at UC-Berkeley when he created this site. Aware the Bancroft Library at Berkeley had a Jack London collection, Roy contacted Clarice Stasz about creating this London website. Clarice was a Professor at Sonoma State University who had just published a biography of London and his second wife, Charmian Kittredge. The result was one of the first examples of this type of information portal. Roy created the main structure, and Clarice learned enough code to enter material along with him. When UCB withdrew the site, they moved it here, to Sonoma State University. Both retired, but Clarice continues to edit this site.
Special thanks for permission from the son of the late David Hartzell. He created and edited another website, jacklondons.net, filling it with much useful information. Before Dave died, he shut the site down. Much ended up on the Internet Archive. We link to the old site where suitable, but we are transferring material and citing him accordingly.
This new design meets recent requirements in Accessibility for all users, such as captioning of photographs. We thank Barbara Moore of SSU's IT department for her considerable assistance in changing to this format.
Please contact Clarice Stasz if you have suggestions, additions, or corrections.