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On Board the SS. Olympic

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On Board the SS. Olympic is a photo published in The Sketch on 25 april 1923.


On Board the SS. Olympic

The Sketch (25 april 1923, p. 188)

ON BOARD THE SS. "OLYMPIC": SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE, THE PSYCHIC EXPERT, AND HIS FAMILY.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, and the spiritualistic enthusiast, recently arrived in America with his wife and family. Our photograph shows Sir Arthur and Lady Conan Doyle, with Master Martin Dennis Conan Doyle, Master Malcolm Conan Doyle, and Miss Jean Conan Doyle. Lady Conan Doyle, who is his second wife, was formerly Miss Jean Leckie. She was married in 1907.

Photograph by Keystone View Co.














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