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Page of the Stevensonian Analogue, The Adventures of the Creeping Man

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  1. Stevensonian Analogue

    The Creeping Man was the 51st Sherlock Holmes story written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

  2. Inspiration from Edgar Allan Poe

    Was Edgar Allan Poe's fictional amateur sleuth, Auguste Dupin, the inspiration for Sherlock Holmes?

  3. Boscombe Valley Mystery

    ‘There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact’, states Sherlock Holmes

  4. Letter from Arthur Conan Doyle to his son, Adrian

    This short letter, from around 1926, provides a revealing insight into Conan Doyle’s indulgent relationship with his wayward youngest son.

  5. A photo of the stand of our Christmas Exhibition

    The Christmas Exhibition at Portsmouth Central Library showcased some of the many Christmas cards in the collection collected by Richard Lancelyn Green.(Janary 2017)

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