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Than for the wondrous journey that had been almost beyond imagining, let alone completing. Then, several months before I finished my Livingstone in 11972, the journalist and author Richard Hall wrote to me, explaining that he was writing Stanley's life and suggesting that we meet and talk. We did, and got on well; and I acknowledged to myself that my hopes of writing about Stanley were realistically at an end. ' Hall's book came out in 1974, a year after my Livingstone, and marked a significant advance on all previous biographies of Stanley, despite the family's decision to deny him the letters of the earliest love of Stanley's life, Katie Gough Roberts, and his letters to his wife after their marriage.
So my pleasure can be imagined when, before my lecture, I was introduced to Maurits Wynants of the Musee Royal in Brussels, who had come over to bid for items in the sale. I was astonished to hear that Maurits and his colleague, Peter Daerden, were cataloguing not only the 1982 collection, but a slightly smaller archive of intimate family papers that had been sold privately to the museum in zooo for a similar sum to that paid to the family in r98z, without any microfilm or photocopies being demanded by the Board of Trade, despite their historical importance.
Jameson, Arthur J. Mounteney Jephson, Sergeant William Bonny, Dr Thomas H. Parke, Lieutenant William G. Stairs, from plates in The Life of Edmund M. Barttelot ed. G. Barttelot (ii 89o), Story of the Rear Column ed. S. J. Stanley (11909) 36 Stanley with his adopted son, Denzil, a photograph in the Musee Royal de 1'Afrique Centrale 37 Stanley at his desk, a year before his death, a photograph in the Musee Royal de 1'Afrique Centrale 38 Stanley's grave, a photograph in The Autobiography of Henry M.
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