Which European Lama whose name was mentioned by Conway gets discovered during Rutherford's research? (Epilogue)
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But I did make one rather quaint discovery—and which I could have made just as easily without leaving London. There was a German professor at Jena about the middle of the last century who took to globe-trotting and visited Tibet in 1887. He never came back, and there was some story about him having been drowned in fording a river. His name was Friedrich Meister."
"Good heavens—one of the names Conway mentioned!"