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Letter to Mr Carleson declining invitation to Stockholm (1 february 1926)

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This letter dictated by Arthur Conan Doyle to his secretary Alfred H. Wood was sent on 1st february 1926 to Mr. Carl A. Carleson, President of the Stockholms Spiritualistiska Förening (Stockholm Spiritualist Association) about his novel The Land of Mist.


1 Feb. 1926

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your interesting letter and invitation to Stockholm, but I regret that I am unable to make any promise at present. I have, however, made a note of it, and will consider the matter later.

Yours sincerely

Arthur Conan Doyle
A.H.W [1]

  1. A.H.W. = Alfred H. Wood who wrote the letter dictated by Arthur Conan Doyle.