The clippings are mis-dated intentionally to disprove the Castillon diary.
The above quote by Renne is a lie. She has questioned the veracity of the British Library articles i found. I have several times now provided the necessary info for ANYONE to recreate and verify my search by providing links and search parameters that will yield the exact results. If there isn't a rule on this forum to prevent people from trying to pass off hoaxes, and thereby making a mockery of this website and the serious RLC researchers remaining
, there should be.
I therefore call for the Moderator personally to follow the instructions I have posted to arrive at the British Library archive materials, and if they are found to be "fake", "false", or otherwise "mis-dated" then I ask that this thread be locked and my account be deleted. On the other hand, if the materials I linked are there to be found as described I call for the banning or other appropriate disciplinary action towards Renne for willful misrepresentation and deceit. She dares question my evidence, but she has NEVER provided any single piece of evidence for anyone to evaluate. It's time to face the facts. This farce has gone on long enough.
I`ve been to the British Library British Newspaper Archive and searched for the entries in "The Graphic" and "The Pall Mall Gazette" May 1900 Emma Calve and there is nothing.
TCP did also, and found them all. Are you calling him a liar?
BTW Renne, My account may say I'm "new" but I've been reading this forum since 2008. If you didn't know, thousands of anonymous people browse this forum as an account is not requisite to do so. And no, I am not in league with anyone. You sent me a private message long before most people on here did. On the other hand, YOU have been known to invite people to this forum(Lovuian, team castillon, etc..) for the purpose of filling up your side of the bench as Thomas D. pointed out before.
Your ineptitude at research is not surprising, after all it was how you and your cronies managed to slip up and place I. J. Paderewski in Europe during the 14th-18th of May 1900 when he clearly was not. I provide the following link, and ask you to read and then deny in the view of all reading this thread
1.) It is directly from the New York Times, and to be found in its archive.
2.) It is date stamped May 13, 1900 by the NYT at the very bottom of the article.
3.) That it says that Paderewski was to board a ship bound for England on Wednesday, May 16 1900, having played a recital and further mentioning I.J.P. would make an appearance in Newark before sailing.New York Times archive record of Paderewski's Carnegie Hall Performancehttp://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-fr ... 946197D6CF
Do not think to utter another word without addressing the above. I know your usual way of conveniently avoiding the questions put to you and trying to divert the conversation elsewhere. Something that Moderator has recently warned is not to take place on threads going forward.