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Letter to Harry Price (29 november 1929)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 29 november 1929 to Harry Price about spiritualism.


15, Buckingham Palace Mansions
29th November, 1929.

Dear Price,

I have always been in complete sympathy with your constructive work. It is only on the destructive side that I have differed. Then I have felt, as you probably feel at present, about Maskelyne. By the way I have written to-day to the 'Daily Mail' to give my opinion of the whole Maskelyne family. I wonder if they will put it in.

Yours sincerely,

A. Conan Doyle