From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
The Graphic is a British weekly newspaper created on 4 december 1869 by William Luson Thomas. He had been employed as draughtsman and engraver by The Illustrated London News during the 1850s and 1860s, but he decided to create his own paper and became quickly the main competitor of his old employer. The Graphic ceased publication in 1932.
In 1920 and 1927, the newspaper published 2 articles written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
By Conan Doyle in The Graphic
- 21.02.1920 : The Case for Spiritualism (article)
- 02.04.1927 : Why I Became a Spiritualist (article) 2 photos
- 29.08.1894 : Scene from Dr. Conan Doyle's new play, "A Story of Waterloo" (1 illustration)
- 16.06.1900 : Dr. Conan Doyle (1 photo)
- 25.01.1902 : Mr. Conan Doyle and the War in South Africa (review) 1 photo
- 26.06.1909 : Morals and Morality: Sir A. Conan Doyle's "Fires of Fate", review by Dramaticus (2 photos, 1 ill. by Balliol Salmon)
- 15.01.1910 : The Prize-Ring as the Pride of Merry England: Sir Conan Doyle's New Play, "The House of Temperley" (1 ill.)
- 14.02.1920 : The Revival of the Cult of Spiritualism, by Edward Clodd
- 08.10.1927 : Many Faiths at a Peaceful Conference (1 photo)
- 08.10.1927 : Napoleon's Friend: Brigadier Gerard on the Films (1 photo)
- 27.10.1928 : People You Should Know (1 photo)