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Letter to H. P. Rose (19 may 1903)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle from the Grand Hotel (London) to H. P. Rose on 19 may 1903.

Arthur Conan Doyle Letter

May 19, 1903

Dear Sir

I have a young friend, Mr. Stewart Leckie (son of Mr. Leckie who came with me to the Cam Rim), in whose future I take an interest. I am inclined to put him as my nominee as a Director on the board. He is a quiet amiable fellow & would not be an obstructionist in any way. Would there be any objections to urge against such a step?

Yours faithfully
A. Conan Doyle

I may say that his people are well to do & might take an interest.