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    [Stanley and Livingstone]. J. Scott Keltie, editor. The Story of Emin's Rescue as Told in Stanley's Letters. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1890. Loosely laid in is a newspaper clipping (The Daily News, Friday, January 21, 1887), which includes a map and the story of Stanley heading out to aid Dr. Emin. [together with:] Thomas Hughes. David Livingstone. London: Macmillan and Co. and New York, 1889. Loosely laid in are two undated newspaper clipped articles regarding the burial of Livingstone's heart. Publishers' cloth bindings. Both books with embossed library stamp of Rod McKuen on the front free endpaper. Bindings rubbed and soiled, cloth bubbles; endpapers with faint discolorations; occasional smudges or creases. Very good. From the Estate of Rod McKuen.

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