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An Indian Village

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On wednesday 8 march 1893, Arthur Conan Doyle presided the Upper Norwood Literary and Scientific Society (UNLSS) where he introduced a lecture about "An Indian Village" by H. G. Keene, held in Norwood.



Attendees

  • Speakers
    • Mr. H. G. Keene, M.A. (lecturer)
    • Dr. Conan Doyle
    • Mr. Thompson
    • Mr. Broomhead


Conan Doyle contribution

Dr. Conan Doyle presided, and warmly commended the lecturer as one who had for many years been a judge in India, and was well stored with facts relating to his subject.


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