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Conan Doyle Home Movie Footage 03+11

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Duration76 sec.
Date1925~1930
LocationThe Psychic Bookshop
2 Victoria Street
London
PeopleArthur Conan Doyle
Mary Louise Conan Doyle
R. G. Monier-Williams
Miss De Morgan
Unidentified man

The 3rd and 11th footage from the Conan Doyle 16 minutes home movie (Richard Lancelyn Green collection) shows Arthur Conan Doyle with his first daughter Mary Louise Conan Doyle, Mr. R. G. Monier-Williams and Miss De Morgan with another man wearing a hearing device (probably a Siemens Phonophor, or a part of the Psychic Telephone invented by F. R. Melton) in front of The Psychic Bookshop, Abbey House, Victoria Street, S. W., London.

The bookshop was established by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1925.



Footage No. 03 & 11


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