Smithsonian Libraries
Includes two handwritten letters from Stanley to Edward Levy-Lawson dated 17 August 1877(6 pages on three folded sheets) and 16 September 1877 (3 pages on one folded sheet), a memorandum on Charles Blandy's printed stationery, signed by Stanley and dated 17 October 1877; a letter to Stanley from J.L. Clifford Smith expressing admiration for Stanley's courage and congratulating him on having sourced the Congo; an account of remittance supplied from the Daily telegraph (1 folded sheet of tissue paper); a handwritten letter from Charles Blandy to Stanley dated from Madeira 19 October 1877 (1 page on 1 folded sheet); and a handwritten copy of the text of a telegram sent to Stanley dated London, 16 October 1877, from John Merry Le Sage of the Daily telegraph. Also included are 7 sepia-toned photographs of Stanley landing at Kabinda, his expeditionary force, and local African people with a letter of explanation dated December 1877 and signed by J.R. Phillips, the brother of the Manchester ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection consists of a letter to R.E. Ansell agreeing to address a meeting of Liberal Unionists on the subject of the Transvaal
Brown University Library
Thanks Diman for sending dispatch for him
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
ALS (1878 October 10; London) to Elizabeth S. Stevens and ALS (1879 January 12; London) to a Mr. Whiting. Both letters are of a social nature
Boston Athenaeum
Letter dated 1884 May 12 to Theodore Westmark regarding how and to whom reports and requisistions should be directed. Letterhead reads Expedition Internationale du Haut Congo. Two french newspaper clippings attached
Smithsonian Libraries
All refer to the series of letters Stanley wrote during his South African trip and which were first published in the periodical "South Africa" and afterwards published as a book. One of the letters was written on board the S.S. Moor of the Union Steamship Company, on 29 December 1897, while en route back to England
Peabody Essex Museum
English journalist and explorer of Africa. Collection consists of diary kept in Africa, correspondence, photographs, sketches, and printed material
Smithsonian Libraries
Two A.L.S. (1898 Mar. 5 and 1900 Feb. 20, Whitehall, [London]) to Alfred Hauson
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Three-page letter from Henry M. Stanley to Montana State Veterinarian Morton E. Knowles on the suitability of the Mozamboni region of the Congo for agriculture. He praises the area's agricultural potential, but warns that better access would be needed before it would be healthy for families to settle