Home Libraries: Jack London

by Anna Blanch on April 25, 2013

When the stone mansion (“Wolf House”) Jack London was building on his Sonoma Valley ranch burned down in 1913, he built a tranquil, windowed annex onto the large “cottage” he and his wife Charmian had been living in for years. The study–in which he penned his final stories and novels–was adjacent to his “sleeping porch.”  A sleeping porch is kind of essential in a hot climate and this one, with its beautiful view, is awesome!

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