I managed to track down a copy of the Daily Howl for John. This is probably part of it. When John wanted to find material for his first book, he asked if I could trace a copy of the Daily Howl for him. I remembered that Rod Murray had been left behind in the Gambier Terrace flat which John and Stu had left and never returned to. Rod had been thrown out by the landlady and I managed to track him down. He told me that he still had some of John's possessions, but as John still hadn't paid his part of the rent, which Rod had to cough up for, he wanted some renumeration, so I got hold of Brian Epstein and told him to settle with Rod and get the book back. Many years later Rod also sold a copy of the Daily Howl at auction. I don't really know whether Brian had followed up and obtained it from Rod, whether Rod still retained the original, or whether he'd had two copies.
Millie Sutcliffe went to Gambier Terrace to collect Stuart's belongings and paid Stu's part of the rent. Among the items she brought back to her house was a chest of drawers with some of John's possessions. When her husband came home from sea and asked who they belonged to he threw them out when she said they were John's.
When I took John to see her, she gave him back a book on how to draw horses which he'd lent Stu years before.