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The San Francisco Call

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The San Francisco Call (19 march 1899)

The San Francisco Call / The Sunday Call is an American daily newspaper from San Francisco (California, USA) founded on 1 december 1856 as the Daily Morning Call. The 5 march 1895, it was reanamed as The San Francisco Call. In 1913 M. H. de Young, owner of the San Francisco Chronicle, purchased the paper and sold it to William Randolph Hearst. In december 1913, Hearst merged The San Francisco Call with the Evening Post and the papers became The San Francisco Call & Post.

Between 1893 and 1911, in the Sunday editions of the newspapers, the newspaper published 30 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

By Conan Doyle in The San Francisco Call




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