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Letter about prohibition (20 november 1925)

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This letter dictated by Arthur Conan Doyle to his secretary Alfred H. Wood was sent on 20 november 1925 from Windlesham, Crowborough.


20 Nov. 1925

Dear Sir,

In reply to your letter of Nov. 13th. I don't think that prohibition is a practical issue yet in this country.

Yours faithfully

Arthur Conan doyle