From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
The Gentlewoman was a British weekly illustrated paper for women founded in 1890 and published in London. For its first 36 years its full title was The Gentlewoman: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Gentlewomen. In 1926, it was briefly renamed Gentlewoman and Modern Life, and ceased publication later the same year, to be merged with Eve.
In 1891, the magazine published 1 short story and 1 chapter of a novel written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
By Conan Doyle in The Gentlewoman
- Christmas 1891 : A False Start (3 illustrations by H. F. Davy & Everard Hopkins)
- 19.12.1891 : The Fate of Fenella: Between Two Fires (3 ill. by J. Leighton)