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"Grandmotherism" Our Bane, Says Sherlock Holmes

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"Grandmotherism" Our Bane, Says Sherlock Holmes is an article published in the New York Daily News on 25 june 1922.


"Grandmotherism" Our Bane, Says Sherlock Holmes

Daily News (25 june 1922, p. 16)


Faddists will rule this country if we don't watch out, says Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, sailing for home yesterday. The faddists haven't got the upper hand yet, said the author, but they have succeeded in putting over so much grandmother legislation that one can scarcely do anything without running afoul of some fad-promoted law. With Sir Arthur (above) on board the Adriatic are his wife and children.





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