Letter about his health (7 january 1930)

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This notecard was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 7 january 1930 from Windlesham, Crowborough.


Jan. 7

My dear friend

I get stronger and go for a drive every day. My walking powers are not over 100 yards yet but they improve. I am really beginning to work again and that is a consolation to me. Life without work is an aimless thing. I feel however that 6 months reclusion lie before me.

You have been very sweet and kind. By the way you must really wall me "Arthur" as a New Year gift.

A. C. D.