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Telegram dated 3 july 1906

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This telegram was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 3 july 1906.

Conan Doyle referred to the health of his first wife Louisa which died the next day aged 49 at Undershaw from the effects of chronic tuberculosis.


Letter

Not so well — Sinking.

A.


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