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Arthème Fayard & Cie

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Arthème Fayard & Cie is a French publishing house based in Paris, founded in 1857 by Jean-François Arthème Fayard (1836-1895) as Librairie Arthème Fayard. In 1895, after his father's death, Joseph-Arthème Fayard (1866-1936) took over. He continued the success of the company by creating magazines of illustrated novels. Today known as Fayard.

The company published 6 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle in the following magazines


Conan Doyle published by Arthème Fayard & Cie

in Touche à Tout


in Les Oeuvres Libres

  • 08.1922 (No. 14) : La Rivale (The Aventure of Thor Bridge)


in L'Aventure








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