Livingstone, David, 1813 - 1873 (African missionary and explorer)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence relating to David Livingstone, and Henry Morton Stanley’s Search Expedition, 1865-1878, 1950 - 1970
Published and unpublished works on African history written by Gray, accompanied by research notes from archives and secondary sources.
A guide to the exhibition held from 1 June to 31 August 1955 at the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum.
Eight letters addressed to Clarence Hooper concerning a meeting in celebration of the centenary of Livingstone's birth, held in April 1913 under the auspices of the Central Y.M.C.A., addressed by the missionary Dan Crawford (1870-1926).
An early draft of Dorothy Helly's 'Livingstone's legacy: Horace Waller and Victorian mythmaking' (1987), examining Waller and the editing of David Livingstone's last journals.
The letter was written during the Zambezi expedition.
A letter concerning Sir Samuel Baker's journey and Livingstone's prospects of solving the relation of Lake Tanganyika to the Albert Nyanza.
Six manuscript letters written to Sir Frederick Grey, 21 September 1858 - 28 October 1859 (32 pages), regarding Livingstone's second major expedition. There are accompanying typescript notes on the letters and correspondence between Evans Lewin, R.C.S. Librarian, and others, 1927-1938, regarding the supply of copies.
List compiled by Henry Morton Stanley during his exploration of central Africa with David Livingstone.
An undated education pack concerning David Livingstone, produced for the Livingstone Centenary Scottish Inter-Church Group by the Church of Scotland Overseas Council.
Articles and transcripts relating to David Livingstone, including illustrations and maps.