Jack London
On rock near Heinhold's
48 Webster St., Oakland
Jim Garrison
Additional Info : Jack London, Jack London State Park

JACK LONDON
JANUARY 12, 1876 - NOVEMBER 22, 1916

OAKLAND'S FAMED NATIVE SON WAS THE NOTED AUTHOR OF
"CALL OF THE WILD", "THE SEA WOLF" AND "SOUTH SEA TALES". HE WAS AT VARIOUS
TIMES A SAILOR, ALASKAN GOLD MINER, SALMON FISHER AND LONGSHOREMAN. FOR A
TIME HE WAS INVOLVED IN MAKING SOCIALIST SPEECHES AND SERVED AS A WAR
CORRESPONDENT IN DIFFERENT PERIODS IN THE FAR EAST AND MEXICO.

DEDICATED AT JACK LONDON SQUARE
BY THE JOAQUIN MURRIETA CHAPTER
E CLAMPUS VITUS
APRIL 16, 1977