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Treasures of the Month

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Number of results: 9

  1. Add Kingsley Conan Doyle to your Itinerary

    Kingsley Conan Doyle

    Throughout the month of October, we remember Kingsley Conan Doyle. (October, 2018)

  2. Add The Death of 'Touie' to your Itinerary

    The Death of 'Touie'


    Throughout the month of August, we remember Louisa Hawkins (August, 2018)

  3. Add Remembering Doyle to your Itinerary

    Remembering Doyle


    Throughout the month of July, we remember the late Arthur Conan Doyle. (July, 2018)

  4. Add The Railway Tour of Canada to your Itinerary

    The Railway Tour of Canada


    Doyle and his wife travelled Canada on a tour of the newly opened Grand Trunk Pacific Railway in 1914. (June, 2018)

  5. Add You Don't Know Sherlock Holmes Yet to your Itinerary

    You Don't Know Sherlock Holmes Yet


    May 22nd was the birth date of our beloved author, on this date we have held an exhibition named You Don't Know Sherlock Holmes Yet. (May 2018)

  6. Add The April Fool of Harvey Sluice to your Itinerary

    The April Fool of Harvey Sluice


    On April, 1882, Arthur Conan Doyle moved to Portsmouth which was the same year that the short story 'Bones:The April Fool of Harvey Sluice' was published. (April 2018)

  7. Add The Spiritualism Debate to your Itinerary

    The Spiritualism Debate


    Regarding his strong beliefs, Doyle and Joseph McCabe staged a public debate over their opinions. (March 2018)

  8. Add Connection to Sidney Paget to your Itinerary

    Connection to Sidney Paget

    Sidney Paget was best known for the first drawing or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
    (February 2018)

  9. Add The George Edalji Case to your Itinerary

    The George Edalji Case

    Arthur Conan Doyle investigated the case of the threatening letters which George Edalji was sentenced for. (January 2018)

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