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Old 10-19-2010, 07:12 PM
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Default IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT--William Stewart Photos

No photos from William Stewart’s book, “Jack the Ripper: A New Theory” (1938) may be posted anywhere on the casebook.org domain, including blogs, forums, photo archive and wiki. We were asked to remove all such photos by the Stewart family and have complied. If you notice any lingering images on the site which should be removed, please notify us immediately with the url. Thank you!
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Are we permitted to ask why?

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Monty, presumably it still has about 4 years of copyright to run.
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Presumably they have a reissue of the book coming out, which would be nice because due to the price, most of us don't have a copy.

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My initial thoughts too Robert.

Im just wondering on the impact it may have.

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I'm not sure how many might be missing from Stewart's book, but if you don't want to wait for the (supposed? anticipated?) reprint, there are many photos from the book in Winston G. Ramsey's The East End:Then and Now. It's too bad for the Stewart family that they can't hoard them all. Great idea though, cashing in on dead relatives...I wish I'd thought of that...unfortunately it looks like it will be more sour grapes for me though, as I haven't had much luck thus far finding one to take advantage of.
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If, in fact, the family has plans to put out a reprint, good luck to them. I won't buy it. The text is, as we all know, rubbish, and only the original edition, because of its historical significance, will ever have any value. The photos aren't that important either and, in any event, are available elsewhere.
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