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Letter to Mr. Stapleton (9 july 1905)

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This letter was dictated by Arthur Conan Doyle to his secretary Alfred H. Wood on 9 july 1905 from Undershaw, Hindhead, Haslemere, was sent to A. Stapleton (244 Radford Road, Nottingham).

The letter relates to the book: Count Tallard's Exile in Nottingham (1905, limited edition of 25 copies only, with extensive manuscript additions, corrections and a hand-written list of subscribers which includes Arthur Conan Doyle). [1]


Letter

9 July 1905

My dear Sir,

Very many thanks for your letter and the book, which I shall read with interest.

Yours truly

Arthur Conan Doyle

W. [2]














  1. According to Sworder Auctions on 20 october 2015 (Lot 32).
  2. W. for Wood : Arthur Conan Doyle's secretary : Alfred H. Wood.

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