Ballo, Jussi Bjorling
An inexhaustible source of frustration for writers about the past, people and events, is the ongoing discovery of relevant materials. As time passes, documents and artifacts come to light sometimes through further search, sometimes by serendipity. Every time that happens, the writer and and researcher can just grit his teeth, and either ignore the fickle hand of of fate that slipped him some useful material too late, or continue to expand on his chosen subject and append a small piece of writing to is published research.
Journal of the Jussi Björling Societies of the USA & UK: Vol. 16
, Article 17.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/jussibjorlingsociety/vol16/iss1/17