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(3.3 MB)Engraved Illustration of David Livingstone[c.1900?]Unknown creator
(0.7 MB)Commemorative Cross in Presentation Box, Made from the Wood of the Mvula Rree under which David Livingstone's Heart was Buried after his Death in May 1873[c.1900]Unknown creator
  David Livingstone: An Appeal[c.1925]Scottish National Memorial to David Livingstone
  Appeal for the David Livingstone Memorial[c.1930]Federated Caledonian Society of South Africa
  David Livingstone Memorial[c.1930]Federated Caledonian Society of South Africa
(0.7 MB)Across Africa with Livingstone (Board Game)[c.1940]Chad Valley Co. Ltd for United Council for Missionary Education
  The Peace Makers in the Interior of South Africa[early 1849]Livingstone, David, 1813-1873
  The Transvaal Boers[early 1853]Livingstone, David, 1813-1873
(3.4 MB)Letter to [William Thompson][late September 1853]Livingstone, David, 1813-1873
(1.5 MB)Letter to [William Thompson][late September 1853]Livingstone, David, 1813-1873
  Missions in Africa and Elsewhere[mid 1865]Livingstone, David, 1813-1873
(0.7 MB)Hand Weaving Loom of Wood and Cane with Weaving Sample, Collected by David Livingstone[mid-19th century]Manganga Ethnic Group, Africa
(0.7 MB)Length of Copper Wire Wrapped in Barkcloth, Collected by David Livingstone[mid-19th century]Manganga Ethnic Group, Africa
(0.7 MB)Antelope Horn, Part of a Tobacco-pipe, Collected by John Kirk during the Zambezi Expedition[mid-19th century]Unknown creator
(0.7 MB)Basket of Palm Fibre, Collected by John Kirk during the Zambezi Expedition[mid-19th century]Unknown creator
(0.7 MB)Carte-de-visite Photograph of David Livingstone[mid-19th century]Unknown creator
(0.8 MB)Net of the Bark of the Baobab Tree, Used for Catching Antelopes, Collected by David Livingstone[mid-19th century]Unknown creator
(0.7 MB)Stone Hand Mill for Grinding Corn, Obtained by David Livingstone from Chief Chibisa[mid-19th century]Unknown creator
(0.7 MB)Wooden Head Rest, Collected by John Kirk during the Zambezi Expedition[mid-19th century]Unknown creator

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