Subject association is a long way from being short-handed

12th December 2008 at 00:00

I think the picture used to illustrate your article about subject associations is not Dr David Livingstone, as captioned, but is in fact a portrait of Henry Morton Stanley. He is shown in later life, wearing the very individual costume that he designed himself.

Mike Scott, Doncaster.

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