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Letter to Mr Carleson (12 october 1929)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on saturday 12 october 1929 from Hotel des Indes (The Hague, Netherlands) to Mr. Carl A. Carleson, President of the Stockholms Spiritualistiska Förening (Stockholm Spiritualist Association).


Letter

My Copenhagen address is Hotel d'Angleterre, Grand Hotel at Stockholm.

Dear Mr. Carleson

It is difficult for me to say how far I can have any social relaxations in Stockholm but I should wish to meet you and your friend. I reach Stockholm on Sunday Oct 27th and lecture on 28th. I could reserve Tuesday Oct 29th for your luncheon. My wife is with me. My two very cultivated friends Mr. and Mrs Ashton-Jonson are with me also, but I will quite understand if there is not space for them.

Yours sincerely

A Conan Doyle.
Oct. 12

By all means you can translate "Our African Winter".






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