Cite page (MLA): "Acknowledgements." In Livingstone’s Manuscripts in South Africa (1843-1872). Jared McDonald and Adrian S. Wisnicki, dirs. Livingstone Online. Adrian S. Wisnicki and Megan Ward, dirs. University of Maryland Libraries, 2018. Web. http://livingstoneonline.org/uuid/node/bdd91d47-a795-48e6-9d34-0981e03a3aca.
This page recognizes the individuals who have participated in and supported the production of the present edition of Livingstone’s manuscripts in South Africa (1843-72).
Jared McDonald's notes on the Livingstone Manuscripts at the University of Cape Town, 2013. Copyright Angela Aliff. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported
The directors of the Livingstone’s manuscripts in South Africa (1843-72) project gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the following individuals, who either served as institutional contacts or facilitated the digitization of the original Livingstone manuscripts held by the participating repositories for the production of the present critical edition.
Anne Coldiron (Florida State University)
Janine Dunlop (University of Cape Town Libraries, Special Collections)
Melanie Geustyn (National Library of South Africa, Cape Town Campus)
Lesley Hart (University of Cape Town Libraries, Special Collections)
Clive Hassall (Clive Hassall Photography)
Shirley James (Kimberley Africana Library)
Anziske Kayster (Graaff-Reinet Museum)
Laura Kiernan (Modern Language Association)
Jennifer Kimble (Brenthurst Library)
Christoffel Kok (University of the Free State Library, Qwaqwa Campus)
Sally MacRoberts (Brenthurst Library)
Matthew Rubery (Queen Mary, University of London)
Sandy Shell (National Library of South Africa, Cape Town Campus)
Cornelius Thomas (Cory Library for Historical Research, Rhodes University Library)