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Postcard to Bram Stoker (17 march 1910)

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This postcard was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 17 march 1910 from The Poldhu Hotel, Mullion, South Cornwall, to Bram Stoker at 69 College Road, Deal (UK) about restorative cures and taking care of a business transaction.


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Also having a rest cure. I only hope that yours is doing you as much good as mine is me. Your recollections of the transaction are quite good enough for me. I want to do the fair thing but had to be sure what the fair thing is. It is annoying to have it all hung up but it can't be helped. All remembrance and best wishes, my dear Stoker.

A. Conan Doyle.










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