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Illustrious Client's case-book / edited by J.N. Williamson, H.B. Williams ; with a foreword by Vincent Starrett.

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLI 818 I29c (Text) 00000106363773 Bib Center book Available -

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  • Physical Description: 67 pages : plan, portraits ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: [Indianapolis, Ind.] : [Illustrious Clients], [1948]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Pastiches, essays and poems on Sherlock Holmes.
Place of publication, publishers' name and date of publication from De Waal.
Formatted Contents Note:
A non-Sherlockian's poem / Maryesther Williamson -- H. stands for? / Jane Throckmorton -- My first meeting with Sherlock Holmes / Ben Abramson -- Lament to youth and Sherlock Holmes / H.B. Williams -- Musgrave mathematics / Jay Finley Christ -- Banquet song ; The wiles of Mary Morstan / J.N. Williamson -- A most dark and sinister business / Helen Howard -- In defense of Scotland Yard, a communication from Inspector Athelney Jones / reported by J.N. Williamson -- Who is who, and when, in The Gloria Scott / C.R. Andrew -- I always smoke ships myself / H.B. Williams -- Sherlock vs. Elliott / Irvin C. Cole -- Hymn to him / Chris Hamilon -- Sherlock Holmes, an illustration / J.N. Williamson -- The curious incident of the tour de force / Edgar W. Smith -- Mr. Sherlock Holmes, misogamist or misognyist? / J.N. Williamson -- Sherlock Holmes, the chemist / Bernard L. Doll -- Then falls thy shadow / The Sub-Librarian -- Sonnet to Violet De Merville / Helene Yuhasova -- Sherlock Holmes and boxing / The Northumberland -- The very good doctor, an illustration ; The terrible death of Crosby, the banker / J.N. Williamson -- Frustration / Dorothy Gray.
Citation/References Note:
De Waal, R.B. World bib. of Sherlock Holmes, 2257
Subject: Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930.

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