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Letter to H. Verner Dobson

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 13 january 1894 (Post mark) from Davos (Switzerland) about having a shot with the ski.

The letter was posted from Davos Platz and addressed to H. Verner Dobson Esq., Fluela Hotel, Dörfli [1], Switzerland.


My dear Dobson,

My sister and I hope to come along in the morning after all and have a shot with the ski. Don't wait for us.

Yours very truly

A. Conan Doyle.


  1. Davos-Dörfli, was around 1.8 miles north of Davos, near the Davosersee lake