The Daily Graphic
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
The Daily Graphic was a British daily illustrated newspaper. William Luson Thomas and his company H. R. Baines and Co., published this first daily illustrated newspaper from 1890 until 1926. After Luson Thomas death in 1900, his son, Carmichael Thomas, ran the company. Not to be mistaken with The Graphic which was the weekly magazine (1869 -1932 then renamed as The National Graphic).
Between 1909 and 1920, the newspaper published 3 articles and 1 letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
By Conan Doyle in The Daily Graphic
- 23.11.1909 : The Crime of the Congo (letter)
- 27.06.1916 : Italy's Fighting Front (article)
- 29.06.1916 : Italy's Fighting Front (article)
- 28.11.1916 : Miracle Town. Wonders of a Monster Munitions Settlement (article)
- 28.06.1920 : Spiritualism: Replies to Mr. Clodd (letter)