Letter to Major Pond (6 october 1898)
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
My Dear Major
It was quite a pleasure to me to see your handwriting again. I shall always regret that I did not see you when you came to London. Pray give my kindest remembrances to Mrs. Pond and the little man. You will, I am sure, be glad to hear that my wife's health has much improved.
Has not the Anglo-American 'entente cordiale' which I preached when I was in the States grown since 1894. It is the best and healthiest sign in the waning century. But we have much still to do.
A. Conan Doyle.
- According to auction description (Lot 15. Dan Posnansky Collection, Calabasas, CA, USA, 19 dec. 2017).