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A Proposed Psychic Museum

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A Proposed Psychic Museum is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle published in Light on 4 july 1925.


A Proposed Psychic Museum

Sir, — I am establishing a small museum of psychic objects under the Psychic Bookshop, Abbey House, Victoria Street. The situation is so central that such a collection cannot fail to attract attention and to form a powerful propaganda centre. I should he greatly obliged if any of your readers will either give, lend or sell suitable objects. I have at present the two wax gloves lent me the Psychic College and I have the Garscadden collection photographs with some other pictures. With such a nucleus I should have no difficulty in getting together a worthy collection. Perhaps those who wish to help me will send me a line first so that I may tell them how far, with our limited space, their kind offers can be taken advantage of.

Arthur Conan Doyle





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