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The Atlanta Constitution (16 december 1894, p. 35)

The Atlanta Constitution is an American daily newspaper from Atlanta (Georgia) founded on 16 june 1868 as The Constitution. In August 1875 its name changed to The Atlanta Daily Constitution for two weeks, then to The Constitution again for about a year. In october 1876 the newspaper became The Daily Constitution, before settling on the name The Atlanta Constitution in september 1881.

The newspaper published 2 short stories, 2 novels, 1 article and 1 poem written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1892 and 1902.

By Conan Doyle in The Atlanta Constitution








The Hound of the Baskervilles in Sunny South, Sunday magazine of the Atlanta Constitution