Jules Rouff & Cie
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Jules Rouff & Cie (and later F. Rouff) was a French publishing company founded by Jules Rouff (18-19) in 1873 and closed in 1982. In 1881-1882, when Jules Ferry made primary education in France mandatory, Jules Rouff felt a futur major increase of new readers, and he started popular publications, easy to read and cheap. In 1912, the company was liquidated but relaunched in may 1913 by Rouff's son, Frédéric Rouff as Frédéric Rouff, éditeur (F. Rouff) with, in paricular, the series « La Grande Collection Nationale, » followed by « La Nouvelle Collection Nationale. »
Jules Rouff also published a weekly magazine Mon Dimanche with Conan Doyle content between 1903 and 1913.
Conan Doyle published by F. Rouff
La Grande Collection Nationale
- No. 28 : Les Débuts de Sherlock Holmes (trans. by Albert Savine, 1 ill. by André Galland) A Study in Scarlet
Nouvelle Collection Nationale
- No. 10 : L'Ensorceleuse (translated by René Lécuyer)
- No. 28 : La Momie vivante
- La Momie vivante (Lot No. 249) 2 ill.
- La Femme du Physiologiste (A Physiologist's Wife) 1 ill.
- Un document médical (A Medical Document) 1 ill.
- Le Fiasco de Los Amigos (The Los Amigos Fiasco) 1 ill.
- Une question de diplomatie (A Question of Diplomacy) 1 ill.
- Les Propos du chirurgien (The Surgeon Talks) no ill.
- La Malédiction d'Eve (The Curse of Eve) 1 ill.