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DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan (1859-1930). Creator of Sherlock Holmes.
Autograph Letter Signed on correspondence-card to General [Enesy in Budapest], Windlesham, Crowborough, 30 January no year (small chip from one corner). Informing him that he would be unable to come for a public lecture that year, but depending on circumstances, would try to come for a private visit to Budapest.
It is likely that this note was written in the final year of Conan Doyle's life. He had been diagnosed with angina in the autumn of 1929, following a Psychic lecture tour to Holland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
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