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Letter to Fuzzy (30 april 1929)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 30 april 1929 from 15 Buckingham Palace Mansions, London, to Florizel Von Reuter that he affectionately called "Fuzzy".


My dear Fuzzy,

Well done ! you will be the Apostle of Iceland as well as of Germany. I may help you in the latter before I finish. Nous verrons. [1]

The Spiritualists give me an official welcome upon May 23rd so I hope we shall meet then at the latest. It is at the Kensington Hall & Miss Phillimore will give you tickets. Also I speak at the Grotrian at May 26th.

Best greetings to your good mother

A Conan Doyle

Apr. 30th.

  1. Nous verrons : in French "We will see".