07 Sherlockians and the Societies -- General and Miscellaneous (165)

1. "Holmes's popularity elementary." The Ottawa Citizen, November 18, 1995: H9.

"Here's a mystery Sherlock Holmes would love. In a world of DNA testing, forensic pathology and court television, why does a century-old fictional detective armed only with deductive reasoning still hold readers spellbound? 'Partly it's the same appeal that any superhero has,' says Chris Redmond of University of Waterloo, author of In Bed With Sherlock Holmes. 'And partly, it's just the joy of reading very well-written stories.' About 100 fans of the late 19th-century London sleuth will gather today at a downtown Indianapolis hotel for a two-day Sherlock Holmes symposium...."

2. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 3 (2003): 56-59.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

3. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 25, no. 3 (2002): 44-47.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

4. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 25, no. 4 (2002): 44-47.

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5. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 1 (2002): 44-47.

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6. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 2 (2002): 45-47.

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7. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 25, no. 2 (2001): 37-40.

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8. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 3 (2000): 54-59.

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9. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 1 (2000): 48-51.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

10. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 22, no. 4 (1999): 47-49.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

11. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 1 (1999): 48-50.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

12. "News & Notes." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 2 (1999): 46-47.

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13. "News and Notes." Canadian Holmes 30, no. 4 (2007): 38-40.

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14. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 30, no. 3 (2007): 59-63.

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15. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 29, no. 3 (2006): 39-43.

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16. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 29, no. 4 (2006): 44-46.

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17. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 30, no. 1 (2006): 56-59.

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18. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 30, no. 2 (2006): 51-55.

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19. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 28, no. 3 (2005): 42-45.

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20. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 28, no. 4 (2005): 38-42.

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21. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 29, no. 1 (2005): 37-38.

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22. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 29, no. 2 (2005): 53-59.

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23. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 3 (2004): 42-43.

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24. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 4 (2004): 49-52.

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25. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 28, no. 1 (2004): 47-51.

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26. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 4 (2003): 49-51.

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27. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 1 (2003): 49-51.

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28. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 2 (2003): 42-43.

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29. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 3 (2001): 55-59.

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30. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 4 (2001): 35-39.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

31. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 25, no. 1 (2001): 56-59.

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32. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 4 (2000): 41-42.

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33. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 2 (2000): 46-47.

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34. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 19, no. 3 (1996): 42-47.

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35. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 19, no. 4 (1996): 44-46.

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36. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 3 (1995): 47-51.

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37. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 4 (1995): 48-51.

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38. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 19, no. 1 (1995): 62-63.

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39. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 19, no. 2 (1995): 46-49.

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40. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 4 (1994): 49-51.

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41. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 1 (1994): 49-51.

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42. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 2 (1994): 47-51.

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43. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 1 (1993): 44-47.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

44. "News Notes." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 2 (1993): 44-47.

News and notes from the Sherlockian world.

45. Parish magazine (Chester, England): The Parish magazine the newsletter of the Arthur Conan Doyle Society. Chester England: The Society, 1989.

Citations: De Waal C12587;

46. "Remembrances." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 5, no. 1 (2001): 8.

Notes the contributions made by donors in supporting the Sherlock Holmes Collections, either in honor or in memory of special persons.

47. "Remembrances." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 5, no. 2 (2001): 8.

Notes the contributions made by donors in supporting the Sherlock Holmes Collections, either in honor or in memory of special persons.

48. "The Sherlock Holmes exhibition." Festival Times 1, no. 5 (1990): 10-12.

A report on the Festival of Britain 'Sherlock Holmes' exhibition, held at Abbey House, Baker Street, London, 22 May-22 September 1951.

49. "Using the Sherlock Holmes Collections." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 5, no. 1 (2001): 8.

Notes the recent visit of Luci Zahray accompanied by her good friend who writes under the name Mary Monica Pulver. Mary Monica also has a current mystery series written under the name of Monica Ferris, which includes Crewel World, Framed in Lace, and A Stitch in Time, and features her character Betsy Devonshire. While touring the Collections, Mary Monica was inspired, and has planned a future book featuring the Elmer L. Andersen Library and Betsy Devonshire. Randall Stock's return research visit in December is also noted. Includes a photograph of Mary Monica Pulver, Luci Zahray, and Tim Johnson.

50. Alkally, Rachel. "United by a common quest." The Gazette (Montreal), Jan 22, 2005: H6.

"Fortunately, I was not alone on my quest; I was the tag-along of Professor Graeme Decarie, who had been invited as a result of his Sherlockian-related comments in the newspaper. A lone fan of the Victorian detective since childhood, lost in a sea of Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys aficionados, I was looking forward, apprehensively, to meeting like-minded folk. Would they be a wizened group of doddering old men and women, dressed in 19th-century costume, querulously picking at the 56 short stories and four novels that make up The Canon, the 'bible' of Sherlockian scholars? Or a collection of ex- hippies living in fantasyland? The current hot topic - sure to be debated at several meetings - is the mysterious death, in London, England, of Richard Lancelyn Green, the foremost Sherlockian scholar, a mystery worthy of the best detecting abilities of Sherlock Holmes, who, as every devotee knows, is alive and well and tending his bees on the Sussex Downs. Which is why every world-wide Sherlockian society from London to Tokyo celebrates his Jan. 6 birthday sometime this month with festive dinners - Victorian costumes welcome."

51. Amateur Mendicant Society (Madrid, Spain). The Amateur Mendicant Society's third case-book (Holmesian studies). Madrid: The Amateur Mendicant Society, 1996.

Includes bibliographical references;

52. Barnes, Bill. "Report on Sherlockian Activities in Australia for 2002." Shoso-In Bulletin 13, no. (2003): 147-150.

53. Bensley, Janet. The Camden House Cookbook 2: Recipes From The Empty House. Zeigler, IL: Occupants of The Empty House; Stan Tinsley, 2002.

54. Bensley, Janet, Debbie Tinsley, and Occupants of the Empty House. The Camden House cookbook. Shaw special ed. DuQuoin, Ill: William R. Cochran, 1995.

Citations: De Waal C11,385;

55. Berdan, Marshall S. "Elementary, My Dear Tourist: 100 years after his official retirement, Sherlock Holmes still draws supporters and supplicants to London's Baker Street." Shoso-In Bulletin 13, no. (2003): 31-36, 43.

56. Berry, John. "Program picks & pans." Library Journal 120, no. 10 (1995): 46.

Previews the American Library Association's 114th Annual Conference in Chicago, June 22-28, 1995, with reference to Doyle and Holmes. Ely M. Liebow (Dr. Joe Bell: Model for Sherlock Holmes); Let a Woman in Your Life: The Women in Conan Doyle's Life and Fiction. Sublibrarians Scion of the Baker Street Irregulars.

57. Blau, Peter E. "East and West Have Met -- Sherlockian Friendships Between the United States and Japan." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 223-228.

58. Bond, Scott, and Bill Starr. The Sons of the Copper Beeches 50th anniversary commemorative commonplace book. Philadelphia: Sons of the Copper Beeches, 1998.

59. Bruxner, Pamela. In Beds with Sherlock Holmes a day excursion by the Sherlock Holmes Society of London. London: The Sherlock Holmes Society of London, 1994.

60. Cagnat, Jean-Pierre, Christilla Cagnat, Wladimir Bogomoletz, Nissa Bogomoletz, and Thierry Saint-Joanis. It is always a joy to meet an American, a Briton, a Japanese, a Canadian, a Swiss. Paris: Mycroft's Brother, 2001.

Scuttlebutt Jan 2001.; "Jean-Pierre Cagnat is a splendid French illustrator and political cartoonist, and he has been attending Sherlockian gatherings for 15 years, and of course rendering what he has seen in his unique style. His tour 'around the world of Sherlock Holmes' is now available, in full color and with text in English..."

61. Calamai, Peter. "Holmes's attraction? Elementary." The Ottawa Citizen, September 16, 1995: B6.

"In 1891, when Sherlock Holmes plunged over Reichenbach Falls in Switzerland to his seeming death, the news didn't reach the London newspapers for four days. When Jeremy Brett, his most memorable portrayer, died this week in London, the news didn't make papers here for three days. Appearances, however, are deceiving. Brett's death may have seen print in the New York Times and the Citizen only on Thursday, but it flashed around the world via the Internet at 3:28 p.m Tuesday. And the recipients of that first message, a group called the Hounds of the Internet, reacted just as Londoners had a century earlier. They put on black armbands of mourning...."

62. ———. "Masterly inactivity" the Canadian Baskervilles : the country's first Sherlockian scion, 1945 to 1961. Rev. 2nd printing, Dec. 2001 ed, (Bootmakers of Toronto occasional papers). Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wis: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2001.

Includes bibliographical references;

63. ———. "Tracking Down the Authentic Sherlock Holmes." The Toronto Star, January 24, 1999: 1.

"Baffled by the talk of fellow passengers on an elevator at the fabled Algonquin Hotel, the 30-something woman blurted out, 'Are you here for some sort of conference?' 'Yes,' replied Dr. George Vanderburgh, a family physician from Shelburne, northwest of Toronto. 'We're all Sherlockians, people who admire Sherlock Holmes.' The woman scrunched her brow. 'You mean, you sit around and read the stories together?' Not quite. This annual gathering of several hundred devoted Sherlockians every January in New York is much more an exercise in contemporary idolatry than a study of Victorian literature...."

64. Canton, Rolf J. The Moriarty principle an irregular look at Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. Lakeville, Mn: Galde Press, 1997.

LC Control Number: 96040346; Scuttlebutt Jul 1997; Rolf J. Canton has contributed often to the newsletter of The Norwegian Explorers, and his essays and poems have been collected here; along with new material that includes the scripts for two radio plays and a fine assortment of photographs taken at Explorers' meetings and conferences."

65. Cochran, William R. "From the Editor's Commonplace Book." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 1 (1994): 62-63.

On the demise of the periodical Baker Street Miscellanea, Julie and Al Rosenblatt's 4-day mini-course on Holmes at Vassar College, an article in MHQ by Thaddeus Holt, the Folio Society's version of the Canon, the 25th anniversary of the Noble Bachelors of St. Louis, the Sherlock Holmes Society of London's "Back to Baker Street" festival, and the Books of Michael Harrison.

66. Cooper, Beryl E, Tom Cooper, and Mycroft Holmes Society of Syracuse. Sherlockian jumbles a silver anniversary edition. Fayetteville, NY: The Mycroft Holmes Society Press, 1997.

67. Coules, Bert, John Addy, and Northern Musgraves Sherlock Holmes Society. 221 BBC writing for the world's first complete dramatised canon (with some observations upon previous radio appearances of Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson), (Musgrave monograph). S.l: Northern Musgraves, 1998.

68. Cox, Jim. "Holmes West Dispatch: A review of the September '97 Los Angeles Holmes Conference." Baker Street West 1 4, no. 1 (1998): 27-29, 31.

69. Dangling Prussian Amateur Press Association. The daily dangler official news organ of the Dangling Prussian Amateur Press Association. Peoria, Ill.?: B. Keefauver, 1994.

Citations: De Waal C12495;

70. ———. The dangling Prussian files. Peoria, Ill.?: B. Keefauver.

Citations: De Waal C12495;

71. Davies, David Stuart, ed. Musgrave Papers. Huddersfield, England: The Northern Musgraves, 1987-.

72. Diamond, Susan Z., and Marilynne McKay. Serpentine muse-ings: an anthology from the journal of the Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. 2 vols. Indianapolis: Gasogene, 2004.

2 volumes. Scuttlebutt Jan 2005. Contents: Volume 1: Is There a Doctor in the House? / Kathleen Alvarez; A Toast to Beryl Stapleton With a Shocking Revelation / Linda Anderson; A Saintly Toast / Peter E. Blau; A Holmesian Quartet / Joan Brieaddy; Holmes' Hideaways / Robert N. Brodie; Watson and the Landladies of the Canon / Mary Campbell; Sonnet to Sherlock Holmes / Linda Crane; Watson's Secret / Susan Z. Diamond; A Case of Delusion / Henry W. Enberg; A Toast to Irene Adler / Joseph Fink; Gold King & Silver King / Patricia Dodd Flynn; The Mistress and the Miadservant / Patricia Dodd Flynn; Watson, a British Jury? / Dennis France; The Perfect Crime or The Mystery of the Maligned Medic / Marie Gibb; So Old a Shiikari / Jim Goehmann; They Don't Call Them 'Falls' for Nothing / Jim Goehmann; My Collection of Esses / Alexian Gregory; The Lady of 221B / Margaret H. Henry; Elementary, My Lovely / Sarah Montague Joffe; Holmes the Bambler: or a few trifling observations on The Master's income sources / Kate Karlson; Irene / Sandy Kozinn; Some Thoughts on the Ethnicity of Sherlock Holmes / Sandy Kozinn; Toast to Sherlock Holmes / Sandy Kozinn; What Would Holmes and Mrs. Hudson Do if 221 Baker Street Were on Fire? / Sandy Kozinn; Alice & The Professor / Marilynne McKay; April Fool, Godfrey! / Marilynne McKay;Canonical Doctore / Marilynne McKay;La Belle Dame in Le Belle Epoque / Marilynne McKay (as Isadora Klein);Canonical Ladies / Julie McKuras; Toast to Colonel Moran / Patricia Moran; A Toast to Mrs. Huddson / Harold Niver;Investigating an Investiture / Teddie A. Niver; About Miss Mary Sutherland / Lenore Glen Offord; To Dr. John H. (or James) Watson A Much-Admired Gentleman / Trish Pearlman; Canonical Compilations / Dorothy Belle Pollack; Introducing the Woman / Dorothy Belle Pollack;That 'Dominant Mind' / Dorothy Belle Pollack; Sherlock Holmes 1994: 'non omnis Moriarty!' / Dorothy Belle Pollack; Take Moriarty, for Example / Dorothy Belle Pollack; The Heavenly Taxi / Shirley Purves; Cut Out the Poetry / Warren Randall; What Watson Was or His Limits / Warren Randall; No John on Chicago / Warren Randall (as Sandy Carlburg); Entirely to Be Trusted / Susan Rice; Anonyma / Mary Ellen Rich; The Woman: A Toast at the 1999 Spring Dinner; Toast to Mycroft / Myrtle Robinson; A Letter From Mary: Discovered in a Dispatch Box / Mary Schroeder; The Discomforted Detective / Philip A. Shreffler; A Toast to the Untrustworthy / Philip A. Shreffler; Toast to Irene Adler / Marina Stajic; The Top Ten Reasons Why John Watson is a Good Husband / Jan Stauber; The Most Winning Woman Hunt / Ruthann Stetak; Lucy Hebron: The Later Years / Jeanne Thelwell; To Irene Adler / Stephen Tolin; Archy Writes / Jean Upton; The True History of Violet Hunter / Thom Utecht; Sherlock, Sherlock, Burning Bright / Ben Vizoskie; First Meeting / Ben Vizoskie (as Lord Robert St. Simon); Think Small / Susan Vizoskie; Toast to John Watson, M.D. / Susan Vizoskie; Rosalie Williams on Mrs. Hudson / Rosalie Williams; Expression of Regret / Gahan Wilson; Volume 2: The Ashenpoof Song; The Uffan Carol; Some Comments on Vitriol and Some Vitriolic Comments on ILLU / Bruce D. Aiken; To a Unique Woman in the Sherlock Holmes Stories / Peter E. Blau; Lady Mary's Cope Book / Paula S. Cohen; A Perennial Toast / Paula S. Cohen; '...my correspondence has certainly the charm of variety...' / Susan Conant and Evelyn Herzog; Laws of Sherlock Murphy / Norman Davis; The Reindeer Song / Norman Davis; A Tale of a Prince, The King, and the Master / Susan Z. Diamond; Canonical Fools / Pj Doyle; A Not So Trifling Monograph On the Origins of ASH / Joseph Fink; Passion, Primates, the Canon & Dorothy (but no Toto) / Judith Freeman; Speculation on the Speckled / Judith Freeman; A Family of Friends / T. Michelle Fromkin; In Memoriam 'In Memoriam Sherlock Holmes' / Alexian Gregory; Just What the Doctor Ordered: Victorian Medicinal Imbibing / Patricia Guy; Culinary Institute Presentation May 4, 1991 / Evelyn Herzog; Mere Amateurs / Evelyn Herzog; Roasting Tom Stix / Evelyn Herzog; On Being as ASH Versus Being an 'ASH' / Jane Hinckley; Moriarty Sank the Titanic / Peter Horrocks; A Brief Argument for The Blue Carbuncle / Donald B. Izban; In Which Pooh and Piglet Track a Heffalump With the Help of a Very Great Friend / Andrew Joffe; Speaker's Corner / Sarah Montague Joffe; The Gentle Art of the Fan / Karen Johnson; A Sherlockian Adventure in Serendipity / Irving Kamil; D-I-V-O-R-C-E or what the Bristol Barmaid knew / Kate Karlson; Sherlockian Mixology / Kate Karlson; A Toast to the Engineer's Thumb / Kate Karlson; The Doyle/Wodehouse Connection? / Francine Kitts; Neville St. Clair's Improbable Lifestyle / Francine Kitts; How I Made a Mutt of Myself Over a "Toast to the Hound' / Sandy Kozinn; 'Plumming' Sherlock Holmes / Marilyn MacGregor; A Ditty / Gertrude Mahoney; A Case of Makeup / Laurie Fraser Manifold; We Never Called Him Sherlock / Edith Meiser; The Exciting Conclusion / Angela Mitchell; A Toast to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle / Joseph W. Moran; History of the Adventuresses / Patricia Moran; A Modest Sherlockian Proposal / Patricia Moran; The Picketing / Linda L. Patterson; A Scandal in Kent / Roberta Pearson; Citrus Aurantium Curassuviensis: The Golden Orange of Curacao / Rivkah Peller; Westbury to Hunter / Dorothy Belle Pollack; The Man Who Was John Watson: Dr. Doyle, I Presume / Warren Randall; Pastichiary / Donald Redmond; The Darlington Scandal / Tina Rhea; Vincent Starrett: The Chicago Columns / Susan Rice; To Shakespeare / Mary Ellen Rich; The Uffian Way / Mary Ellen Rich; A Question About 221B / William P. Schweickert; The Opposite Window / Philip A. Shreffler; A Case of Numbers / Linda Spessotti; A Chemical Toast / Marina Stajic; The Identity of the Perfect Roommate / Marina Stajic; Being Married to the Head of the BSI / Dorothy Stix; The Depths To Which What Will Sink / Francine Morris Swift; Why the Dog Did Nothing in the Night-Time / Francine Morris Swift; The Queen Empress / Wayne B. Swift; Baker Street Wardrobes / Patricia Ubaldi; The ASH Constitution and Buy-Laws / Bill Vande Water; In Celebration: January 1992 / Bill Vande Water; Georgiana, the Coquettish Duchess of Devonshire: Adjective or Adventuress? / Susan Vizoskie; A Toast to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle / Susan Vizoskie; The Adventure of the Inverted Reindeer / John H. Watson; Cruising and Crossing On Board Ship with Sherlock Holmes / Joanne Zahorsky-Reeves; "Anthology of scholarship, speculation, and toasts from archives of The Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes and their journal The Serpentine Muse."

73. Donegall, Edward Arthur Donald St. George Hamilton Chichester. Baker Street and beyond: essays on Sherlock Holmes. London: Westminster Libraries. Sherlock Holmes Society of London, 1993.

LC Control Number: gb 94013716;

74. Downie, Richard. "Carruthers at the crease." The Daily Telegraph (London), June 11, 2001: 20.

"While England resumed hostilities with Australia on the cricket field yesterday, an equally keenly-contested fixture was being resolved on the green at West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Hal Cazalet, the grandson of P G Wodehouse and a member of the Wodehouse XI, took to the field against Rik Grandia and his Sherlock Holmes team in the annual game between the two sides. The teams, sporting Victorian costumes and playing to the 1895 laws of cricket, contested a rain-affected game. Flapping beards, unwieldy hats and a stiff breeze combined to keep flowing shots to a minimum. Dutch-born Mr Grandia, who dressed as Carruthers, a character from the Sherlock Holmes novels, admitted that he hardly understood the rules."

75. Doyle, Arthur Conan, John Bergquist, Phillip G Bergem, Thomas R Tietze, Julie McKuras, Sherlock Holmes Collections (University of Minnesota), Arthur Conan Doyle Society, and Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota (Organization). The horror of the heights a facsimile of the author's holograph manuscript with commentary. Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 2004.

Contents: Preface / by Michael Dirda -- Introduction / by Phillip Bergem -- Rationalism and imagination in Conan Doyle's 'The Horror of the Heights' / by Thomas R. Tietze -- Appendix: Manuscript description -- A note on the Sherlock Holmes Collections at the University of Minnesota / by Julie McKuras;

76. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Christopher Roden, Barbara Roden, and Arthur Conan Doyle Society. A regimental scandal. Penyffordd, Chester, U.K: Arthur Conan Doyle Society, 1995.

LC Control Number: 96143609. Contents: A regimental scandal : the manuscript -- A regimental scandal : the text;

77. Doyle, Steven T., ed. Sherlock Holmes Review. Zionsville, IN, 1986-1996.

Scuttlebutt Jan. 1995; http://www.sherlockpeoria.net/Periodicals/SherlockHolmesReview.html;

78. Eaton, Reed R. The adventure of the two-faced man. Sign of the Four Faces commemorative ed. S.L: s.n., 1994.

79. Faherty, Terence. Deadstick. Toronto: Worldwide Library, 1995.

Scuttlebutt July 1995; "A sure-handed debut introduces failed seminarian/current law- firm researcher Owen Keane, a questing young man often at emotional/philosophical odds with his attorney boss Harry, a college chum, and with his quasi-girlfriend Marilyn, a relentlessly pragmatic librarian. Here, Harry assigns Owen the task of handling client Robert Carteret's request: discover what caused the 1941 plane crash that killed his brother William and his debutante- fiance Lynn. The reclusive Carteret, who makes Howard Hughes seem gregarious, is hidden away on his Long Island estate, while his family fortune is being managed by tough-minded businesswoman Carolyn Vernia. Owen's research leads him to a war-trauma analyst who treated Robert Carteret and, it turns out, forged the request to reopen the '41 episode. Was it an accident or--worse--a double murder? Is that Robert hidden away in the mansion--or William? A trip to the plane-crash site in a New Jersey pine forest ultimately explains all, though the facts can't be verified. Owen, a detective-fiction aficionado, a lifelong windmill tilter, enlivens a rather simple story, particularly in his relationships--with people/his career/life in general." "Luci Zahray, who recently met Terence Faherty at a writers conference in Chicago, reports that Faherty told her that Tom, in Faherty's first novel...[is] based on his college room-mate Peter Crupe (Luci notes that the novel also has some interesting Sherlockian references)."

80. Fish, Carol, and Ronald E. Fish. "The Baskerville Bash 2004." The Serpentine Muse 20, no. 2 (2004): 6-7.

81. Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections (University of Minnesota). Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections newsletter. Minneapolis: The Friends, 1997.

82. Grann, David. The Devil and Sherlock Holmes : Tales of Murder, Madness, and Obsession. 1st ed. New York: Doubleday, 2010.

25 cm. "Any truth is better than indefinite doubt". Mysterious circumstances -- Trial by fire -- The chameleon -- True crime -- Which way did he run -- "A strange enigma is man!". The squid hunter -- City of water -- The old man and the gun -- Stealing time -- "All that was monstrous and inconceivably wicked in the universe". The brand -- Crimetown U.S.A. -- Giving the "devil" his due.; Collection of the journalist's articles previously published in varous periodicals. Includes 'A Reporter at Large: Mysterious Circumstances' (about the death of Richard Lancelyn Green reprinted from The New Yorker.

83. ———. The Devil and Sherlock Holmes : tales of murder, madness, and obsession. London: Simon & Schuster, 2010.

24 cm. "Any truth is better than indefinite doubt". Mysterious circumstances -- Trial by fire -- The chameleon -- True crime -- Which way did he run -- "A strange enigma is man!". The squid hunter -- City of water -- The old man and the gun -- Stealing time -- "All that was monstrous and inconceivably wicked in the universe". The brand -- Crimetown U.S.A. -- Giving the "devil" his due.; Collection of the journalist's articles previously published in varous periodicals in slightly different form. Includes 'A Reporter at Large: Mysterious Circumstances' (about the death of Richard Lancelyn Green reprinted from The New Yorker.

84. Green, Richard Lancelyn, Anthony D Howlett, Catherine Cooke, Christopher Roden, and Barbara Roden. Conan Doyle of Wimpole Street the story behind the commemorative plaque at 2 Upper Wimpole Street, London. Penyffordd, Chester, England: Arthur Conan Doyle Society, 1994.

85. Hafner, Katie. "Online on a shoestring." Newsweek 125, no. 10 (1995): 73.

Looks at how bulletin-board systems (BBS) are coming into their own in the computer world. Includes a passing reference to Holmes. "...BBSes are dedicated to every topic imaginable, from paganism to guns to Sherlock Holmes...." Also included is a "BBS Sampler" that notes Sherlocktron of San Clemente, Calif. "This one-modem BBS is devoted to, you guessed it, Sherlock Holmes. Three online databases point you to 600 Sherlock Holmes societies worldwide, a list of publications on the uber-sleuth and contacts for about 400 sellers of souvenirs."

86. Hall, John. "Review--'Sherlock Holmes in Japan' by Keith E. Webb." The Ritual, no. 22 (1998): 73-74.

87. Heifetz, Carl L., Wanda Dow, F. Dow Jeffery, and Pleasant Places of Florida (Organization). The Pleasant Places of Florida presents the Calendrical Canon with Holidays Holmesian. Holmes Beach, Fla: Pleasant Places of Florida, 1996.

88. Hirayama, Yuichi, and Hiroko Hirayama. "Revisit to the Sherlock Holmes Museum." Shoso-In Bulletin 4, no. (1994): 101-107.

89. Hobbs, Don. "Sherlocking at The Gasfitter's Ball." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 5 (2004): 12-13.

90. ———. "Sherlocking in Devonshire, England." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 4 (2001): 7-11.

91. ———. "Sherlocking With Carole Nelson Douglas." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 5 (2002): 5-10.

92. ———. "Sherlocking With Larry McMurtry." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 6 (2001): 39-41.

93. ———. "Sherlocking with the Kinkster." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 5 (1999): 11-13.

94. ———. "Were the Beatles Holmesians?" The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 5 (1998): 18-20.

95. Hounds of the Internet, and Langdale Pike. The Hounds collection: an anthology by members of the Hounds of the Internet ; 'Tales from the CyberKennel' / Compiled and edited by Langdale Pike. 1st ed. Manly, NSW, Australia: Bow Windows Enterprises, 1997.

96. Hughes, Mel. "1995: Year of Losses, Year of Gains." Shoso-In Bulletin 6, no. (1996): 5-6.

97. Hustak, Alan. "A double dose of Sherlock Holmes." The Gazette (Montreal), June 2, 2000: D1.

"Sherlockians unite! Sherlock Holmes will be put under the magnifying glass during a three-day colloquium that begins today at the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association's clubhouse. About 50 of the world's leading authorities are meeting here to talk about England's most famous fictional detective and his faithful companion, Dr. John Watson. The seminar, which is closed to the public, is being sponsored by the Bimetallic Question, Montreal's chapter of the international Sherlock Holmes Society...."

98. Iriarte, Antonio J. Algunas leguas al norte de Oporto la verdad sobre el Norah Creina?, (Monograph series). Madrid: Amateur Mendicant Society, 1995.

Includes bibliographical references;

99. Johnson, Roger, John Bennett Shaw, Sherlock Holmes Society of London, and Jean Upton. Back to Baker Street: an appreciation of Sherlock Holmes and London. London: The Sherlock Holmes Society of London, 1994.

Contents: The Cabs of London; The Criterion; The Italian Quarter; St. Bartholomew's Hospital; The Turkish Bath; Sherlock Holmes...The Lost Years / Val Andrews; If in Doubt Try a Library / Catherine Cooke; Wanted: Bijou Villa in St. John's Wood / Catherine Cooke; The Banking Connection: 1894-1994 / James Cuthbertson; The Back Yards of Baker Street / Bernard Davies; The Mews of Marylebone / Bernard Davies; London: A City of Change / David Stuart Davies; Sherlock Holmes and the Senior Service / Grant Eustace; On the Technicalities of the Moranic Reversal / Stephen Farrell; Upon the Club as a Diversion (Instead of a Weapon) / Stephen Farrell and Roger Johnson; Taxi! / Stephen Fry; Conan Doyle in London / Richard Lancelyn Green; Mr. Lestrade / Derek Hinrich; On Coming the Old Soldier / Derek Hinrich; Genesis or How It All Began / Anthony Howlett; And Now Today... / Freda Howlett; Sherlock Holmes and the Music Hall / Roger Johnson; The Early Holmes: Alone in Bloomsbury / Jon L. Lellenberg; London, April 1894 / Roger Matthews; The Most Cunning and Dangerous Criminal in London: 'Jack the Ripper' and Mr. Sherlock Holmes / Tony Medawar; Holmes, the Law and the Inns of Court / John Warwick Montgomery;

100. Johnson, Timothy J. "An Update from the Collections." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 4, no. 4 (2000): 4.

Reports on the status of the cataloging project funded by the Hubbs family and on a gift by Mary McDiarmid towards the endowed curator position.

101. Jordan, Anne, Northern Musgraves Sherlock Holmes Society, Kathryn White, and David Stuart Davies. I looked in at Mecca, (Musgrave monograph). Halifax, West Yorkshire, England: Northern Musgraves, 1993.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 19). Citations: De Waal C6623;

102. Keefauver, Brad. "A Shy Person's Guide to Making Conversation at a Sherlockian Function." The Holmes & Watson Report 1, no. 6 (1998): 13-16.

103. Kegley, Jerry. "Immortalized in Bronze: The London Statue Dedication." Baker Street West 1 6, no. 1 (2000): 38-41.

104. ———. "It's Elementary! Bringing Sherlock Holmes to the Youth of Southern California." Baker Street West 1 9, no. 1 (2003): 22-25.

105. Lellenberg, Jon L. The Great Alkali Plainsmen of Greater Kansas City silver anniversary history. Kansas City, Mo: Privately printed, 1988.

Citations: De Waal C15193;

106. Lindvall, Robert. "Sherlock Holmes in Milwaukee." Shoso-In Bulletin 9, no. (1999): 135-141.

107. MacDonald, Gayle. "The case of the perennial sleuth; He sniffed out his first clues more than a century ago. But to fans around the world, reports Gayle MacDonald, understanding Sherlockmania is still elementary." The Globe and Mail (Toronto), January 2, 2002: R1.

"...Of the great fictional characters in literature, Sherlock Holmes is one of the most enduring. With his calabash pipe and deerstalker cap, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's super sleuth has inspired countless films, books and journals dedicated to the world's most famous logician, the man who could always figure out whodunit. He has also inspired no end of magazine articles, TV shows, plays, comics, pubs, museums, festivals, conventions -- even fine bone china, in the form of Royal Doulton bookends that retail for about $300. And there are over 100 so-called Sherlock scion societies, in almost every major city in the world, dedicated to the study of what might just be the most famous man who never lived -- and his avuncular sidekick, Dr. Watson. For years, diehard Sherlockians have met monthly to dine, wine and mull over the many facets of the great detective...."

108. McClure, Michael, and Susan McClure, eds. The Baker Street News. Chester, IL: Michael McClure, 1995-.

Only one issue published; http://www.sherlockpeoria.net/Periodicals/BakerStNews.html;

109. McDaniel, David. The hollow crown affair, (Man from U.N.C.L.E). New York: Ace Books, 1969.

Scuttlebutt Aug 1995; "Further to last month's mention of Sherlockians who have appeared as characters in non-S'ian books, Don Hardenbrook notes that Dean and Shirley Dickensheet also qualify. Ward and Irene Baldwin, the San Francisco agents of T.H.R.U.S.H. in David McDaniel's paperback The Dagger Affair (New York: Ace Books, 1965), were based on Dean and Shirley, and the book is dedicated to them. Baldwin also appeared in The Hollow Crown Affair (New York: Ace Books, 1969)." The Dagger Affair is listed in De Waal, but not the later title.

110. McGinley, E. W., and Mycroft Holmes Society of Syracuse. The adventure of the elusive eagle: being an ephemeral Sherlock Holmes pastiche written for the amusement of the members of the Mycroft Holmes Society of Syracuse, New York. Fayetteville, NY: Mycroft Holmes Society Press, 1997.

111. McKuras, Julie. "Community Support for the Collections." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 4, no. 4 (2000): 5.

Highlights the support of Mike McKuras and his volunteer work on the Friends board and the additional support of Ecolab, Inc. Also reports on a visit from a member of Ecolab’s Community Relations Department, Cheryl Budewitz, to the Collections. Includes a photograph of Cheryl and Tim Johnson during her visit.

112. ———. "Musings." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 5, no. 2 (2001): 4.

Some observations on the writers and articles in this issue of the newsletter.

113. ———. "Musings." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 4, no. 4 (2000): 4.

Some observations on the arrival of the Paton Collection, other articles in the newsletter, the identity of "A.M." as Arthur Mee, and a correction to include Jon Lellenberg on the editorial board.

114. Murdock, Karen. Good for the cause: Sherlockians in the newspaper, (Bootmaker Occasional Paper). Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisc: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2004.

Includes bibliographical references; The author comments on newspaper reports about Sherlockians and their Holmes-related activities, based on her analysis of the clippings files collected by John Bennett Shaw. The files are now curated at the University of Minnesota, Special Collections and Rare Books

115. Olding, Alan C. "150th Birthday Celebration in Adelaide." Shoso-In Bulletin 14, no. (2004): 138-139.

116. Parallel Case of St. Louis (St. Louis, MO). The Parallel Cases of St. Louis. St. Louis, Mo: Parallel Case of St. Louis, 1999.

Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Preface / by Joe Eckrich -- Introduction / by Brad Keefauver -- A Parallel case evolves / by Joe Eckrich -- The case of Euclid's fifth postulate ; The Parallel chapters in a Study in scarlet and the Sign of four / by Pasquale Accardo -- Thoughts on us / by Barbara Roscoe -- The Part of his profession that was parallel cases / by Brad Keefauver -- A letter / by Lady Hilda St. Simon as discovered by Mary Schroeder -- The Sign of the four: a puzzle in celebration of the years of the Parallel cases of St. Louis / by Janet Bensley -- Views of a maniac collector / by Don Hobbs -- Some recommendations on seasonal housecleaning / by Martha Turner Hudson as discovered by Pj Doyle -- A Nose for detection / by Pasquale Accardo -- She seems indeed, to be on a very different level / by Cathy Kelleher -- A Beeline for Holmes / by Gordon Speck;

117. Penzler, Otto, Thomas H. Cook, and James Ellroy. The best American crime writing 2005. 1st ed. New York: Harper Perennial, 2005.

21 cm. The girls next door / Peter Landesman -- The ones that got away / Robert Draper -- The family man / Skip Hollandsworth -- Mysterious circumstances / David Grann -- The virus underground / Clive Thompson -- Punch drunk love / Jonathan Miles -- The terror web / Lawrence Wright -- Anatomy of a foiled plot / Craig Horowitz -- To catch an oligarch / Justin Kane and Jason Felch -- A long way down / Bruce Porter -- Fine disturbances / Jeff Tietz -- The silver thief / Stephen J. Dubner -- Stalking her killer / Philip Weiss -- Social disgraces / Debra Miller Landau -- The self-destruction of an M.D. / Neil Swidey -- Choirboys / James Ellroy. Edited by Thomas H. Cook and Otto Penzler ; with an introduction and an original essay by James Ellroy. Scuttlebutt Nov 2005.; "Includes David Grann's 'A Reporter at Large: Mysterious Circumstances' (about the death of Richard Lancelyn Green reprinted from The New Yorker."

118. Pleasant Places of Florida (Holmes Beach, FL). The adventure of the glorious Scot another exciting Sherlockian round-robin pastiche. Holmes Beach, Fla.: Pleasant Places of Florida, 1999.

119. ———. A Case of Hide 'N' Tea. Holmes Beach, Fla.: Pleasant Places of Florida, 1994.

120. ———. Handbook. Holmes Beach, Fla: Pleasant Places of Florida, 1994.

121. Pollak, Michael. "They Came to Honor Mr. Holmes. Or So, at Least, They Claimed." The New York Times, January 16, 2000: 6.

"The setting--Upstairs at O'Casey's restaurant on East 41st Street, 40 dedicated Sherlock Holmes fans gathered Wednesday to celebrate the world's supreme detective and the 146th anniversary of his birth, said to be Jan. 6. The dinner -- only one deerstalker cap in attendance -- was a warm-up to four days of Holmes festivities in Manhattan, including staged readings, scholarly papers presented by the venerable Baker Street Irregulars and a costume dinner, the Baskerville Bash. Wednesday's event was sponsored by the Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes, founded in 1965 because the Irregulars wouldn't admit women. (They have since relented.)..."

122. ———. "Unraveling the Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes." The New York Times, December 2, 1999: G13.

"What would Sherlock have thought of the Internet? Its spreadsheets would have been invaluable time-savers (for correlating soil colors and granulations by London neighborhoods, for instance; or trouser threads by manufacturer and tailor). He would have found it quite useful as a library and a correspondence tool, if only for cataloging and exposing the mistakes of others. As a code-breaker, it would have been entirely unnecessary; his own intellect was enough. As biography, he would have declared it absolute rubbish. But that is only what Sherlock Holmes himself would have thought. For more than a century, Holmes devotees have been enthusiastically filling the gaps left by the incomplete journals of Dr. John H. Watson, Holmes's friend and chronicler, and they have lost no time putting their speculations online. Sherlockian trivia is legendary, and since 'obsessive' would be Holmes's middle name if he had one, there is no shortage of Web sites. One of the most comprehensive sites is at Yoxley Old Place..."

123. Raymond, Trevor S. "Traces of Bootprints: Are we still having fun?" Canadian Holmes 17, no. 4 (1994): 1-3.

Thoughts on "playing the Game" prompted by a review of The Oxford Sherlock Holmes.

124. Richards, Antony J., Bryson Gore, Royal Institution of Great Britain, and Sherlock Holmes Society of London. Holmes, chemistry and the Royal Institution. Linton, Cambridgeshire: E. & E. Plumridge, Ltd, 1998.

Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Foreword / Antony J. Richards -- Acknowledgements / Bryson Gore, Antony J. Richards -- The Royal Institution of Great Britain : place of tradition and chemical genius / Antony J. Richards -- Sherlock Holmes : a study in chemistry / Antony J. Richards -- Chemistry is ... elementary / Bryson Gore -- Faraday and Holmes : two chemists, one character / Antony J. Richards -- Where did Holmes learn his chemistry? / Antony J. Richards -- Appendix A, Selected Royal Institution of Great Britain discourses of a Holmesian nature / Antony J. Richards -- Appendix B, South Foreland : more than just a lighthouse / Antony J. Richards;

125. Roden, Barbara. "A Bootmaker Abroad." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 3 (1994): 30-32.

"Expatriate Master Bootmaker Barbara Roden sends her regular report on news and activities of interest to followers of the great detective and his creator."

126. Roden, Christopher. "Little things." The Sunday Times (London), May 11, 1997: 2.

Letter to the editor. "I have to take issue with Sheridan Morley that Terry Manners's biography of Jeremy Brett is 'coolly expert and chillingly excellent' (April 27). In his acknowledgments, Manners notes: 'But to those who, for reasons best known to themselves, did not contribute to remembering Jeremy, I say thank you. You made me even more determined to tell his true story.' Manners admits that he was unable to obtain the views of a number of people who could have spoken authoritatively on the subject. Without those views, his book cannot be considered expert. He also records that The Sherlock Holmes Society of London has 50,000 members; it has 1,000. Morley's review is his own assessment of Brett's life, but here, too, there is a significant error. He writes, 'with the deaths of his early lover Gary Bond (of Aids) and (Robert) Stephens, he (Brett) saw little point in survival'. Stephens died on November 12, 1995, two months after Brett. Some might consider these trivial points, but, as Holmes said, 'It has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important'." Christopher Roden. The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Society. Canada

127. Ross, Michael. "Sherlock Holmes in Germany 1999." Shoso-In Bulletin 10, no. (2000): 174-176.

128. Ruyle, John. Teddy & Arthur paradigmatic constructs. Berkeley: Amateur Mendicant Society, 1988.

129. Sayers, Dorothy L., and Alzina Stone Dale. Sayers on Holmes: essays and fiction on Sherlock Holmes. Altadena, Calif: Mythopoeic Press, 2001.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 42-50) and index; "Dorothy L. Sayers was one of the earliest and best of the people who played the grand game of Sherlockian scholarship, and the booklet reprints all her essays on Sherlock Holmes and offers (for the first time in print) the script she wrote for Lord Peter Wimsey's comments during the centenary birthday tribute to Holmes broadcast by BBC radio on Jan. 8, 1954."

130. Schatell, Norman, David Galerstein, and Irving Kamil. The scion of Schatell art in the blood. New York: Magico Magazine, 2001.

Scuttlebutt Jun 2001.; "Norman Schatell was a delightful artist whose Sherlockian work appeared in Sherlockian (and other) journals, and informally on the envelopes in which he enclosed his letters to his friends. [This work] offers a spiral-bound collection of Norman's work, assembled by Dave Galerstein and with an enthusiastic introduction by Irving Kamil, and it's a fine opportunity to see just how much artistic fun Norm (and his friends) had."

131. Senter, Carolyn, and Joel Senter. The Formidable Scrap-book of Baker Street. Cincinnati, OH: Classic Specialties, 1997.

Scuttlebutt Jun 1997; "A compendium of creations, contributions, and offerings from, of, and about Sherlockians everywhere," and that's a fine description indeed: the book includes photographs and program and reports from events they have attended, and material submitted by others, and it offers an interesting view of the world of today's Sherlockians."

132. Senter, Joel, Carolyn Senter, and Rick Freeman. 366 excuses for a Sherlockian party / by Joel and Carolyn Senter with Rick Freeman. Cincinnati, OH: Classic Specialties Books, 1999.

Includes bibliographical references;

133. Sherlock Holmes Around the World (Organization). Sherlock Holmes Around the World S.H.A.W. : [newsletter]. S.l.: Sherlock Holmes Around the World, 1996.

134. Solito, Enrico. "Sherlock Holmes and Italy." Shoso-In Bulletin 10, no. (2000): 179-182.

135. ———. "Sherlockiana in Italy 2000." Shoso-In Bulletin 11, no. (2001): 206-208.

136. Southworth, Bruce E. "Musings." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 2, no. 3 (1998): 5.

Reflects on the recently held "Founders' Footprints" conference, the advisory committee meeting, the Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections membership meeting, and the arrival of Tim Johnson as the new curator.

137. ———. "Musings." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 1, no. 4 (1997): 4.

Comments on the various articles appearing in this issue of the newsletter, with additional commentary on the 1894 photograph of Doyle noted in previous issues, additional information on the identity of Frances Crane, and a note on the election of Julie McKuras as the new president of the Norwegian Explorers.

138. ———. "Musings from the Writing Table." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 1, no. 3 (1997): 4.

Discusses the two mysteries posed by articles in this issue of the newsletter, highlights other items from the newsletter, and thanks those who have sent materials or financial contributions to the Collections.

139. Stampe, Mia. "Holmes in Scandinavia 2000." Shoso-In Bulletin 11, no. (2001): 212-214.

140. Stampe, Mia, and Mattias Bostrom. "Sherlock Holmes in Scandinavia 2002." Shoso-In Bulletin 13, no. (2003): 153-155.

141. Stampe, Mia, Nils Nordberg, and Mattias Bostrom. "Sherlock Holmes in Scandinavia 2001." Shoso-In Bulletin 12, no. (2002): 186-190.

142. Starrett, Vincent. 221B. S.l: Bruce Holmes, 2004.

143. Storm Petersen, Robert, Bjarne Nielsen, Henry Lauritzen, Julian Wolff, and Baker Street Irregulars. Scandinavia and Sherlock Holmes, (The Baker Street Irregulars international series). New York: The Baker Street Irregulars, 2006.

Contents: The Connection to Marilyn Monroe / Alvin Andersen; Radix Pedis Diabolis / Verner Andersen; The Depth Which the Parsley Had Sunk into the Butter / Hans-Uno Bengtsson; Sherlock Holmes and Music / Curt Berg; 534 C2 / Ted Bergman; My Own 221B Baker Street / Ted Bergman; Sherlock Holmes in Sweden / Mattias Bostrom; The Three Plays - Sherlock Holmes in Stockholm 1902 / Mattias Bostrom; What Did Sherlock Holmes Drink? / Jorgen Cold; 221B Baker Street / Christian Elling; The Baker Street Mystery / Kaj Engholm; A Study in Bohemia: Who was Wilhelm Gottsreich Sigismund von Ormstein? / Jorgen Frorup; Hero-Worship in Baker Street: Notes on Watson's Portrait of General Gordon / Jan Heinemann; Sherlock Holmes in the Soviet Union / A. D. Henriksen; Sherlock Holmes and Justice / Jens Jensen; Tra-la-la-lira-lira-lay / Jens Byskov Jensen; Ex-Bibliotheca Holmesiana: The First Editions of the Writings of Sherlock Holmes / Tage La Cour; The Universal Holmes: 'I hear of Sherlock everywhere' -- even in space / Mia Stampe Lagergaard; Alcoholics in the Canon / Henry Lauritzen; A Study in Sherlock and Jeeves / Henry Lauritzen; A Toast to The Woman / Bo Lundin; Granada Revisited: Reminiscences of Jeremy Brett / Morgan Malm;

144. Strebeigh, Fred. "To His Modern Fans, Sherlock is Still Worth a Close Look." Smithsonian 17, no. 9 (1986): 60-66, 68-69.

Author of historical works and of studies of spiritualism, British physician Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) is remembered chiefly for his prolific outpouring of detective stories about the fictional Sherlock Holmes, who, in the century after the first tale was published, remains a hero to his fans around the world, most particularly in the United States.

145. Sveum, Richard J. "Advisory Committee Meeting." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 2, no. 3 (1998): 4.

Reports on the Sherlock Holmes Collections advisory committee meeting held on August 7th.

146. ———. "Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections: a word from Dr. Richard Sveum, President." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 1, no. 1 (1997): 4.

Discusses the Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections and the inaugural newsletter for the collections.

147. ———. "From The President." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 5, no. 3 (2001): 4.

A brief report on the June 30, 2001 annual membership meeting of the Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections including the announced goal of establishing an endowed curatorship in honor and memory of E. W. McDiarmid.

148. ———. "From the President." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 2, no. 1 (1998): 4.

Notes appointment of Timothy J. Johnson as the new curator of Special Collections, the construction of the new Minnesota Library Archives and Access Center, and a reminder of the membership meeting of the Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections on August 7th.

149. ———. "From the President." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 2, no. 2 (1998): 7.

Notes the upcoming annual meeting of the Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections, the acquisition of the Norman Schatell archives, and the ongoing desire to collection scion society materials and John Bennett Shaw correspondence.

150. ———. "From the President." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 2, no. 3 (1998): 7.

Recaps the activities of the Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections during the "Founders' Footprints" conference.

151. ———. "A Word from our President." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 2, no. 4 (1998): 3.

Notes his visit with David and Audrey Hammer and the many donations of correspondence with John Bennett Shaw and back issues of periodicals that have been received by the Collections.

152. ———. "A Word from our President." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 1, no. 3 (1997): 5.

Comments on the various activities of the Friends of the Holmes Collections and the University of Minnesota Libraries, including materials and gifts received for the Collections, securing a new curator, construction of the new Library Access Center, and the upcoming membership meeting.

153. Sydney Passengers (Organization). The passengers' log the journal of the Sydney Sherlock Holmes Society, 'The Sydney Passengers.'. Sydney N.S.W.: The Passengers, 1997.

154. Tanaka, Kiyoshi. "Holmes Related Events Held in Japan, Centering on the Holmes Exhibition and Dramas." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 173-175.

155. Terras, Donald J., Robert W. Hahn, and Michael F. Whelan. Hugo's Companions, Chicago the first 50 years of a Sherlockian scion society, 1949-1999. Evanston, Ill: Windy City Press, 1999.

Contents: On the Business of Being Sir Hugo / Robert W. Hahn; A Concise History of Hugo's Companions / Thomas J. Joyce; Keeping Green the Memory of the Master / Ely M. Liebow; Dintinguished Companion Profiles / Ely M. Liebow, Robert J. Mangler, Donald J. Terras; Hugo's Companions Newsletters / Arnie Matanky;

156. Toronto, Bookmakers of. Lasting Impressions. Shelburne, ON: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1997.

Scuttlebutt Jul 1997; "The Bootmakers celebrated their 25th anniversary with Lasting Impressions, which includes a revised version of Cameron Hollyer's splendid 'The Curator's Egg' (a delightfully personal history of Cameron's work at the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection), Christopher Redmond's 'Sherlock Holmes from Sea to Sea' (an annotated list that ranges from Adventuresses to Yukon), a chronology of what happened at all the meetings of the Bootmakers), and a bibliography of papers presented at the meetings."

157. Toronto Reference Library, and Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection. The magic door. Toronto, Ont., Canada: Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection, Toronto Reference Library, 1998.

158. Trelford, Donald. "Trelford On Thursday: Illingworth rattling the chain." The Daily Telegraph (London), Nov 24, 1994: 32.

Elementary, my dear [Trelford], writes Nick Utechin of my request for further and better particulars about the rugby career of John Watson, MD. Did he play for Rosslyn Park or Blackheath?; This is to be found in 'The Sussex Vampire,' a story in 'The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes,' where Robert Ferguson, recently returned from South America, writes to Holmes expressing the fear that his wife, a Peruvian beauty, may be a vampire, and adds a postscript: "I believe that your friend Watson played rugby for Blackheath when I was three-quarter for Richmond."; The most authoritative confirmation comes from H M Brodie, archivist at Blackheath RFC, who says a framed likeness of Dr Watson (taken, presumably, from a book illustration) hangs in the clubhouse at Rectory Field. He adds that a Blackheath shirt and other mementos are on show at the Sherlock Holmes Museum at Meiringen in Switzerland.

159. Ueda, Hirotaka. Suiri shosetsu aikosha no aida de, Nihon ichi no chomeijin ni natta misuteri fan no choten ni tatta (Arubion Kohobu Koho Tanto Kacho) Ueda Hirotaka: Kokusai Shogyo. s.l.: s.n.

160. Ueda, Hirotaka, Kiyoshi Arai, and Eiichi Nakahara. "Introduction of Sherlock Holmes in Japan (translated by Amano Yaeko)." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 208-222.

161. Utechin, Nick. "The immortal Sherlock." The Times (London), January 17, 2004: 2.

"How could a beaky pedant in a funny hat have held the world in thrall for so long? Nick Utechin offers some clues. Sherlock Holmes is 150 this year. It is more than a century since he caught a hansom from Baker Steet on his last adventure. And yet, somehow, this quintessentially English literary invention has become a worldwide phenomenon. On February 5, for example, his fans will gather in 604 cities and 45 countries as far apart as Austria and Vietnam, Hungary and Lebanon. It is a ceremony that is repeated somewhere every month, on an agreed day, when devotees discuss the object of their shared passion -"the best and the wisest man", in the words of his dedicated partner, Dr Watson...."

162. Van Gelder, Lawrence. "Book Notes." The New York Times, January 4, 1995: C14.

"He'll be 141 years old on Friday. Although long retired as a consulting detective, he still busies himself as he has for many decades, tending bees in Sussex. His name is Sherlock Holmes. Sherlockian scholars agree that his birthday is Jan. 6, and around the world his exploits still thrill readers (not to mention those who follow his adventures on television or videocassette)...."

163. Watson, Bruce. "It's not what you do that counts, it's what you belong to." Smithsonian 26, no. 1 (1995): 128.

Offers a humorous look at some of unusual societies in the United States. Includes a reference to Holmes. "...Rest easy, FRUMPs and friends. There must be someone like you out there. From the Aaron Burr Association to the ZZ Top International Fan Club, no topic is too eccentric to have its own organization. Unlike Groucho Marx, who would never 'belong to any club that would accept me as a member,' seven out of ten Americans belong to at least one club or society. Eager to share interests, we join any club that promises a kinship of concerns. And if there are no such clubs, we start them. Time was when we defined ourselves by where we lived--a Texan, a New Englander, a Hoosier--but now we are what we join. We are idealists, 1,200-some members of Idealist International Inc. We are Frankenstein buffs, 250 in the International Frankenstein Society. We are Sherlock Holmes fans, members of nearly 200 separate societies honoring the fictional detective (Smithsonian, December 1986). We are Edsel owners, more than 900 in one club. Above all, we are people who yearn to belong to something larger than one...."

164. Webb, Keith E. Sherlock Holmes in Japan. 1st ed. Bellvue, WA: Keith E. Weeb, 1998.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-51); "Keith E. Webb has lived in Japan since 1991, and he is one of the founders of The Japanese Cabinet and editor of The Dispatch Box (the only English-language newsletter about Sherlockians in Japan). The 52-page pamphlet has thirteen interesting articles on Japanese Sherlockians and Sherlockiana."

165. Yuichi, Hirayama, Masamichi Higurashi, Hirotaka Ueda, and Baker Street Irregulars. Japan and Sherlock Holmes, (The Baker Street Irregulars International Series). New York: The Baker Street Irregulars, 2004.

Includes bibliographical references. Scuttlebutt Jan 2005. Contents: An Interview with Mr. Conan Doyle / Kan-ichi Ando; Japan Chapter of The Baker Street Irregulars / Rampo Edogawa; Poe and Doyle / Rampo Edogawa; On the Content of 'The Dynamics of an Asteroid' / Koji Hashimoto; Now and Then of japanese Sherlockiana (A Brief History) / Masamichi Higurashi; Influence of the Canon on Japanese Detective Stories / Yuichi Hirayama; The True Identity of the King of Bohemia / Yuichi Hirayama; The Adventure of William K. Burton in Japan / Takashi Ishii; Art in the Blood / Tsutomu Iwamoto; The True Identity of Stapleton / Shin-ichi Kanto; A Clue for Without a Clue / Seiji Kasahara; The Baker Street Irregulars' Dinner in the Snow / Tsukasa Kobayashi and Akane Higashiyama; On Conan Doyle / Saburo Kohga; Could Holmes Have had Lunch in a Dining Car? / Shigeru Koike; Professor Moriarty / Fuboku Kosakai; Sherlock Holmes and 'Baritsu' / Shinken Makino; Fishing With Cormorants / Ryohei Matsushita; "The first volume in the BSI's International Series, which is intended to make available in English some of the fine Sherlockian scholarship published in other languages. And the Japanese have a long history of enthusiasm for Sherlock Holmes: the first translation of a Sherlock Holmes story was published in 1894, a Japanese journalist interviewed Conan Doyle in 1910 (the interview is in the book), the first Sherlockian society in Japan was founded in 1948, and since then members of the Japan Sherlock Holmes Club and other societies have continued to enjoy the world of Sherlock Holmes."



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