Introduction to The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 1 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 2 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 3 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes
Volume 4 of The Universal Sherlock Holmes

The Sacred Writings

The sixty Canonical tales, or Sacred Writings as Edgar W. Smith called them, are arranged into three sections: A. Individual Tales; B. Collected Tales; and C. Selected and Complete Tales. Because many of the variant editions and printings are undated or only give the copyright date, I decided to list the books in sections A and B alphabetically by the names of the publishers rather than chronologically, and then by date or by the names of the cities, pagination, or series whenever a book was issued more than once by the same publisher. The contents are noted for the first edition of each of the five original collections of the short stories. All the editions are complete unless otherwise indicated. Also, the magazine and newspaper appearances of the stories are listed separately and then arranged alphabetically by the name of the publication, not by the date. In section C the books are listed alphabetically by the titles, and then by publishers when the titles are the same.

This is not a descriptive bibliography like Richard Lancelyn Green and John Michael Gibson's fine bibliography on Conan Doyle, Donald A. Redmond's impressive bibliography on The Sign of (the) Four and A Study in Scarlet, and Nathan L. Bengis's important bibliographies on Sign. Rather, it is an attempt to list and provide only as much descriptive information as necessary in order to identify the numerous editions, especially variant editions, of the Canonical tales.

To describe the color of the bindings, I used the Methuen Handbook of Color, by A. Kornerup and J. H. Wanscher (2nd ed., 1967), that was first published in Danish. It is a fascinating and invaluable book.

A. Individual Tales

The Adventure of the Abbey Grange

C1. "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange," The Supersleuths. [Des Moines, Iowa: The Masterpieces of Mystery Library, c.1976 by Davis Publications.] p. 9-30. illus. (Masterpieces of Mystery, Vol. 1. Selected by Ellery Queen)

Simulated royal red leather, stamped with a gold design; white edges.

Same with gilt edges and a ribbon bookmark.

C2. "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange," English Country House Murders: Tales of Perfidious Albion. Edited and introduced by Thomas Godfrey. New York: The Mysterious Press, [December 1988]. p. 1-18.

Jacket design by Miriam Campiz.

C3. "Scene of the Crime," Prose for Comparison. Edited by Eleanor Terry Lincoln. New York: W.W. Norton, [1956]. p. 26-27.

Excerpt from Abbe.

C4. The Abbey Grange. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 70 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 138)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

Magazines and Newspapers

C5. "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange," The Boston Sunday Post Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 7 (June 25, 1911). 14 p.

C6. "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 34, No. 14 (December 31, 1904), 10-12, 23, 25-26. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 12)

Cover illustration of Holmes examining the chair in which Lady Brackenstall had been bound.

C7. "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 28, No. 165 (September 1904), 242-256. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 12)

First appearance.

C8. "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange," Illustrated by Raymond Sisley. True Confessions, 8, No. 44 (March 1926), 51-53, 100-106.

 

The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet

C9. The Beryl Coronet. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 119)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

Magazines and Newspapers

C10. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Boston Sunday Herald (April 17, 1892), 31; (April 24, 1892), 31. illus.

C11. "The Mystery of the Beryl Coronet," Cincinnati Commercial Gazette (April 24 1892), 18. illus.

C12. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (April 17, 1892), 18; (April 24, 1892), 19.

C13. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Detroit Sunday News (April 17, 1892), 14; (April 24, 1892), 14. illus.

C14. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Glasgow Weekly Mail (May 12, 1894), 7.

C15. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Good Literature [Cleveland], 2 (October 1930), 62-74.

C16. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Indianapolis News (April 16, 1892), 9; (April 23, 1892), 9. illus.

C17. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Illustrated by F.C. Drake. Inter-Ocean, [Chicago] (April 17, 1892), 33, 35; (April 24, 1892), 25.

C18. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," New York Sun (April 17, 1892), III, 2; (April 24, 1892), III, 1.

C19. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (September 10, 1905), 8-9.

C20. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," The Philadelphia Inquirer (April 17, 1892), 15; (April 24, 1892), 16. illus.

C21. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (April 17, 1892), 34; (April 24, 1892), 34. illus.

C22. "The Story of the Beryl Coronet," San Francisco Examiner (April 24, 1892), 19-20. illus.

C23. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (February 3, 1905), 4; February 10, 1905), 4; (February 17, 1905), 4.

C24. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," Stoll's Editorial News, 4, supplements (April 28, 1921), v-viii; (May 5, 1921), iv-vi; (May 12, 1921), v-viii. illus.

C25. "The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 3, No. 17 (May 1892), 511-525. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, No. 11)

First appearance.

 

The Adventure of Black Peter

C26. Black Peter. Van Nuys, Ca.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 62 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 135)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

Magazines and Newspapers

C27. "The Adventure of Black Peter," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 32, No. 21 (February 20, 1904), 18-20, 22-25. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 6)

Cover illustration of Holmes in Black Peter's cabin holding a harpoon.

First appearance.

C28. "The Adventure of Black Peter," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 27, No. 159 (March 1904), 242-255. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 6)

The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier

C29. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Great Detective Stories About Doctors. Edited, with an introduction by Croff Conklin and Noah D. Fabricant. New York: Collier Books; London: Collier-Macmillan Ltd., [1965]. p. 59-77.

Cover design by Bob Eichinger.

Magazines and Newspapers

C30. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," [Illustration by Frederic Dorr Steele]. The Courier-Journal, Magazine Section [Louisville, Ky.] (January 30, 1927), 3, 5.

C31. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," The Daily Oklahoman [Oklahoma City] (January 30, 1927), D-4, D-15. illus.

C32. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] (January 29, 1927), 5. illus.

C33. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. Liberty, 3, No. 24 (October 16, 1926), 12-14, 17, 19-21.

"In which the greatest of detectives makes a bow as an author."

First appearance.

C34. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Illustrated by Frederick Dorr Steele. Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (January 30, 1927), 16-18.

C35. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Omaha Sunday World-Herald Magazine Section (January 30, 1927), 2, 4-7. illus.

C36. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Pittsburgh Gazette-Times (January 30, 1927), VI, 6-7. illus.

C37. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," St. Louis Globe-Democrat (January 30, 1927), II, 1, 8. illus.

C38. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Illustrated by Howard K. Elcock. The Strand Magazine, 72, No. 431 (November 1926), 422-434.

"This is the first Adventure ever related by Sherlock Holmes himself."

C39. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (April 20, 1930), 6, 10. illus.

C40. "The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (January 30, 1927), 1, 6. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle

C41. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Murder for Christmas. Edited by Thomas Godfrey. Illustrated by Gahan Wilson. New York: Avenel Books, [1989] p. 20-37.

First published by The Mysterious Press, 1982.

C42. The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. With an introduction by Christopher Morley. Edited and with a bibliographical note by Edgar W. Smith. New York: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1948. 64 p. illus.

At head of title: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

With two illustrations by Sidney Paget. Spine title: The Blue Carbuncle.

C43. The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. With an introduction by Christopher Morley. Edited and with a bibliographical note by Edgar W. Smith. New York: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1948. 75 p. illus.

At head of title: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

With two illustrations by Sidney Paget.

Deluxe edition in decorated slipcase.

Limited to 1500 numbered copies.

Also contains: A Note on the Baker Street Irregulars.

C44. The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. [New York: The Benjamin Co. for Flint Laboratories, n.d., 1970.] 31 p. 5 3/8 x 4 3/16 in. (Sherlock Holmes, Bk. 3)

One of six Sherlock Holmes promotional booklets distributed to physicians in the U.S. Booklet also listed in a set.

C45. The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. [New York]: Bristol Laboratories, Div. of Bristol-Myers Co., September 1982. 19 p. illus. (ME033-3C).

One in a set of six promotional booklets.

The others are Norw, Spec, RedH, Danc, and Scan.

C46. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," A Miscellany of Tales. Selected by N. R. Fallis. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., 1931. p. 55-79.

With exercises (p. 166-167).

C47. "The Blue Carbuncle," Master Detective Stories. Selected by Arthur Neale. New York: Edward J. Clode, [n.d., 1928]. p. 234-264.

C48. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," The Supersleuths Revisited. Selected by Ellery Queen. [Des Moines, Iowa: The Masterpieces of Mystery Library, c.1979 by Davis Publications] p. 11-30. illus. (Masterpieces of Mystery Library)

Simulated royal red leather, stamped with a gilt design.

C49. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," A Christmas Feast: A Treasury of Yuletide Stories and Poems for the Whole Family. Edited by James Charlton and Barbara Gilson. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [1976]. p. 392-415.

C50. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," The Christmas Eve Reader: A Treasury of Yuletide Stories and Poems for the Whole Family. Edited by James Charlton and Barbara Gilson. Line drawings by Reisie Nucera. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., 1977. [unpaged].

"A revised and excerpted version of the book, A Christmas Feast, published by Nelson Doubleday, 1976."

C51. Sherlock Holmes in the Persian Sapphire, Adapted from The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. [Illustrated by D. Purcell.] Carson, Calif.: Educational Insights, 1978. 14 p. (Impact, No. 5203)

C52. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Tales of Mystery. Edited by Robert Macintyre. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd., [June 1930]. p. 182-205. (Harrap's Junior Modern English Series)

Reprinted August 1932, January 1935.

C53. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Masterpieces of Adventure. Compiled by Louis Morris. New York City: Hart Pub. Co., [1966]. p. 21-51. illus.

Cover design by Push Pin Studios/Glaser. Also, a later printing with a new cover illustration by Stanislaw Fernandes.

C54. "The Blue Carbuncle," Stories of Detection by Modern Writers. Edited by R.W. Jepson. [London]: Longmans, [1939]. p. 13-42. illus.

(The Heritage of Literature Series, Sec. A, No. 30)

"With biographical and other notes (p. 183).

Illustration for Blue repeated on cover.

10th impression 1960.

C55. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Murder for Christmas. Edited by Thomas Godfrey. Illustrated by Gahan Wilson. New York: The Mysterious Press, [1982]. p. 20-37.

Published in a trade edition and a limited edition of 250 copies, numbered and signed by the editor and illustrator, in a slipcase.

C56. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Murder for Christmas. Abridged edition. Edited by Thomas Godfrey.

Illustrated by Gahan Wilson. New York: The Mysterious Press, [December 1987]. p. 13-34.

Paperback edition.

C57. "Sherlock Holmes," Life and Literature To-day. Compiled by Andrew Scotland. Pt. 1. London: James Nisbet & Co., [1936]. p. 215-221. (The Open Road)

Extract concerning Henry Baker's hat; with exercises.

C58. "Sherlock Holmes," Life and Literature To-day. Compiled by Andrew Scotland. Pt. 1. London: James Nisbet & Co.; Toronto: The Copp Clark Co., [April 1937]. p. 215-221.

2nd printing 1937; 3rd printing 1938; 4th printing 1938; 5th printing 1939.

C59. The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., [n.d., 1978]. 41 p. (A Perfection Micro-Classic, MC 22)

C60. The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., 1980. 48 p.

"A Tale Blazer Book."

With questions and exercises.

C61. The Blue Carbuncle. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 63 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 115)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C62. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Basic Reading and Literature. 2. Wonders and Workers, by William S. Gray, Robert C. Pooley, and Fred G. Walcott. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1951]. p. 402-426.

With notes (p. 512-514).

C63. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Wonders and Workers, by William S. Gray, Robert C. Pooley, and Fred G. Walcott. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [c.1951]. p. 402-426. illus. (Basic Reading and Literature, 2)

Spine title: Basic Reading and Literature, 2.

With notes (p. 512-514).

C64. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Prose and Poetry Adventures, [by] William J. Iverson [and] Agnes L. McCarthy. Illustrations by Guy Brown Wiser Associates. 6th ed. Syracuse; Chicago: The L.W. Singer Co., [1963]. p. 2-22. illus.

With questions and exercises (p. 20-22).

C65. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Victorian Tales of Mystery and Detection: An Oxford Anthology. Selected and introduced by Michael Cox. Oxford University Press, 1992. p. 195-213.

Jacket illustration by Paul Slater.

Also contains: The Lost Special.

Magazines and Newspapers

C66. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," The Buffalo Sunday News, Sunday Supplement [n.d., c.1905]. 13 p. illus.

C67. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," The Courier-Journal, [Louisville, Ky.] (January 9, 1892), 4.

C68. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 17 (April 1951), 37-52.

C69. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Glasgow Weekly Mail (April 21, 1894), 7.

C70. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," The Grand Magazine, 58 (December 1930), 414-425.

C71. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," The Indianapolis News (January 12, 1892), 7; (January 14, 1892), 7.

C72. "Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle: A Classic Sherlock Holmes Mystery," Illustrations by William Shields. [With an afterword "Was Sherlock Holmes Wrong?" by Louis Zara.] Mineral Digest, 1, No. 1 (1970), 33-48.

Beautifully printed with three magnificent color illustrations, one of which folds out to 32 in.

C73. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (August 13, 1905), 8-9.

C74. "Story of the Blue Carbuncle," Pennsylvania Grit Story Companion [Williamsport], 23, No. 3, Story Companion No. 518 (December 18, 1904), 1-5, 12. illus.

C75. "The Christmas Goose That Swallowed the Diamond," Illustrated by F.C. Swayze. The Philadelphia Inquirer (January 10, 1892), 14.

C76. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Illustrated by Jean Upton. Prescott's Press (NS), No. 4 (December 1989), 5-26.

C77. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," San Francisco Examiner (February 14, 1892), 19. illus.

C78. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (December 9, 1904), 4; (December 16, 1904), 4.

C79. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 3, No. 13 (January 1892), 73-85. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 7)

First appearance.

C80. "The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 3 (February 1892), 73-85.

 

The Boscombe Valley Mystery

C81. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," The World's Great Detective Stories: A Chronological Anthology. Compiled and edited with an introduction by S. S. Van Dine (Willard Huntington Wright). New York: Blue Ribbon Books, [c.1931]. p. 147-169.

With a note on Doyle (p. 146); also in introduction (p. 16).

Light green cloth letter black.

Also, red cloth lettered black.

Dark blue cloth lettered gilt.

Light blue cloth lettered black.

C82. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," The Great Detective Stories: A Chronological Anthology. Compiled and edited with an introduction by Willard Huntington Wright. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1927. p. 147-169.

With a note on Doyle (p. 146); also in introduction (p.16).

Brown cloth lettered gilt.

Reprinted 1928.

C83. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Introduction to the Short Story, [by] Robert W. Boynton [and] Maynard Mack. New York: Hayden Book Co., [1965]. p. 100-125. (Hayden Series in Literature)

With exercises.

4th printing June 1967.

C84. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Murder Most Foul. [London]: Octopus Books, [1984]. p. 178-197.

Jacket illustration by Stuart Bodek.

C85. The Boscombe Valley Mystery. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 113)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C86. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Great Detective Stories. [Mahwah, N.J.: Watermill Press, 1986.] p. 1-35. (Watermill Classic)

Cover illustration of Holmes and Watson.

Published in hardcover ("long last") and paperback editions.

Magazines and Newspapers

C87. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Buffalo Courier (October 18, 1891), 10.

C88. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Cincinnati Times-Star (October 20, 1891), 6; (October 21, 1891), 6; (October 22, 1891), 6.

C89. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (October 17, 1891), 4.

C90. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Glasgow Weekly Mail (June 2, 1894), 7.

C91. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (October 17, 1891), 13.

C92. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," New York Sun (October 18, 1891), 21.

C93."The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (July 23, 1905), 8-9.

 

C94. "The Mystery of Boscombe Valley," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (October 23, 1891), 27.

 

C95. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," San Francisco Examiner (November 1, 1891), 17. illus.

C96. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Illustrations by Fran Oelbaum. Scholastic Scope, 33, No. 7 (November 2, 1984), 4-9.

----------, ----------. Teacher's Edition, 33, No. 7 (November 2, 1984), 1, 3, 4-9.

"A dramatization of a Sherlock Holmes mystery."

Also features a short article on Doyle and Bell and a cover illustration of Rathbone as Holmes.

C97. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (October 28, 1904), 4; (November 4, 1904), 4.

C98. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 2, No. 10 (October 1891), 401-416. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 4)

First appearance.

C99. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 2 (November 1891), 401-416.

 

The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans

C100. "The Bruce-Partington Plans," Spy! An Anthology of Espionage Stories. Chosen by Alan C. Jenkins. London and Glasgow: Blackie, [1969]. p. 175-214.

C101. "The Bruce-Partington Plans," Great Spy Stories. Edited by Allen Dulles. [Secaucus, N.J.]: Castle, [n.d., 1983, c.1969]. p. 119-144.

First published by Harper & Row, 1969.

C102. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Tellers of Tales: 100 Short Stories from the United States, England, France, Russia and Germany.

Selected and with an introduction by W. Somerset Maugham. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1939. p. 326-348.

C103. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Best Secret Service Stories. Edited by John Welcome [John Brennan]. London: Faber and Faber, [1960]. p. 87-115.

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

C104. "The Bruce-Partington Plans," Great Spy Stories from Fiction. Edited by Allen Dulles. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, [1969]. p. 119-144.

"A Ginger Book."

Jacket design by Paul Bacon.

Reprinted by Castle, 1983.

C105. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Alfred Hitchcock's Sinister Spies. London: Heinemann Educational Books, [1974]. p. 37-71. (The New Windmill Series, 186)

Spine title: Sinister Spies.

Reprinted 1975, 1978, 1981.

C106. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Literature of the World. Edited by Thelma G. James, Walter R. Northcott, Marquis E. Shattuck, [and] Frederick G. Kiley. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., [1963]. p. 278-295.

Printed in double columns.

C107. "The Bruce-Partington Plans," Favorite Spy Stories. [Illustrated by Mark Thomas.] [London: Octopus Books Ltd., 1981]. p. 111-137.

C108. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Crime and Detection. Second Series. Oxford: Oxford University Press; London: Humphrey Milford, [1930]. p. 87-126. (The World's Classics, 351)

C109. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Alfred Hitchcock's Sinister Spies. Illustrated by Paul Spina. New York: Random House, [1966]. p. 31-64.

Published in a trade edition and a library edition (heavier paper). Bruc is omitted from the paperback edition (abridged) published in 1982.

C110. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Alfred Hitchcock's Sinister Spies. Illustrated by Jim Russell. London: Max Reinhardt, August 1967.

C111. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Crime on the Lines: An Anthology of Mystery Short Stories with a Railway Setting. Edited by Bryan Morgan. Illustrated by Robin Wiggins. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, [1975]. p. 22-46.

With a Sherlockian jacket illustration.

C112. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," World's Great Spy Stories. Edited, with an introduction by Vincent Starrett. Cleveland and New York: The World Pub. Co., [September 1944]. p. 169-192.

"Forum Books, F-59."

Jacket design by Leo Manso.

2nd printing January 1945, 3rd printing August 1945, 4th printing May 1946.

Magazines and Newspapers

C113. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans: A Reminiscence of Mr. Sherlock Holmes," [Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele]. Collier's, 42, No. 12 (December 12, 1908), 15-18, 28, 30, 33-34.

C114. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," The Grand Magazine, 58 (September 1930), 29-44.

C115. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World Magazine, story section (November 3, 1912), 6-8, 20.

C116. "The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans," [Illustrated by Arthur Twidle]. The Strand Magazine, 36, No. 216 (December 1908), 689-705.

First appearance.

 

The Adventure of the Cardboard Box

C117. The Cardboard Box. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 63 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 141)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

C118. "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1882 (January 14, 1893), 29-31. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C119. "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 5, No. 25 (January 1893), 61-73. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 14)

First appearance.

C120. "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 5, No. 25 (February 1893), 61-73.

Contents page dated January 1893.

The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton

Magazines and Newspapers

C121. "The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton," Black Cat Mystery Magazine, 1, No. 4 (Winter 1981-1982), 78-81; 1, No. 5 (Spring 1982), 48-64.

C122. "The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 32, No. 26 (March 26, 1904), 13-15, 19-20. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 7)

Cover illustration of Holmes's client, Lady Eva Brackwell, in the act of shooting Milverton.

First appearance.

C123. "The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 27, No. 160 (April 1904), 373-383. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 7)

C124. "The Undoing of Archibald," The Strand Magazine, 36, No. 212 (August 1908), 221-227.

----------. Extract, with comments by Peter E. Blau, reprinted in SMuse, 4, No. 2 (Summer 1978), 17-18.

"A composite novelette by fifty popular novelists," including a brief extract from Chas and a miniature photograph of Doyle.

 

The Adventure of the Copper Beeches

 

C125. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Detectives A to Z. Edited by Frank D. McSherry, Jr., Martin H. Greenberg, & Charles G. Waugh. New York: Bonanza Books, [1985]. p. 219-242.

C126. "The Copper Beeches," The Penguin Classic Crime Omnibus. Edited by Julian Symons. [Harmondsworth, Middlesex]: Penguin Books, [1984]. p. 125-147.

Cover illustration by Elisa Trimby.

Also contains: The Most Dangerous Man, by Edward D. Hoch.

C127. "The Copper Beeches," Penguin Classic Crime. Edited by Julian Symons. [London]: Penguin Books, [1988]. p. 125-147.

First published as The Penguin Classic Crime Omnibus, 1984.

C128. "The Copper Beeches," Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 72 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 120)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C129. "The Copper Beeches," Baltimore Weekly Sun (October 8, 1892), 1.

C130. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Boston Sunday Herald ( June 12, 1892), 26; (June 19, 1892), 28.

C131. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (June 11, 1892), 10; (June 18, 1892), 10. illus.

C132. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Detroit Sunday News (June 12, 1892), 10; (June 19, 1892), 10. illus.

C133. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Glasgow Weekly Mail (May 26, 1894), 7.

C134. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," The Grand Magazine, 58 (November 1930), 283-297.

C135. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (June 12, 1892), 33, 35; (June 19, 1892), 33, 35. illus.

C136. "The Copper Breeches [sic]," Minneapolis Journal (July 9, 1892), 11-12.

C137. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Minneapolis Tribune (June 12, 1892); (June 19, 1892). illus.

The four anonymous illustrations are reproduced in Explorations, No. 18 (June 1992), 1.

C138. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," New York Sun (June 12, 1892), III, 1; (June 19, 1892), III, 1.

C139. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (September 17, 1905), 8-9.

C140. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," The Philadelphia Inquirer (June 12, 1892), 16; (June 19, 1892), 16, illus.

C141. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Illustrated by Ben Denison. Playboy, 1, No. 3 (February 1954), 20-21, 24, 35-36, 45-46, 49-50.

C142. "Adventures of the Copper Beeches," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (June 12, 1892), 30; (June 19, 1892), 31. illus.

C143. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," St. Louis Sunday Star Sayings (July 9, 1892), 11.

C144. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," San Francisco Examiner (June 19, 1892), 19-20. illus.

C145. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (February 24, 1905) 4; (March 3, 1905) 4; (March 10, 1905), 4.

C146. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Seattle Post-Intelligencer (June 19, 1892), 14. illus.

C147. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," Stoll's Editorial News, 5, supplements (June 2, 1921), vii-x; (June 9, 1921), ix-xi; (June 16, 1921), xii-xv. illus.

C148. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 3, No. 18 (June 1892), 613-628. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 12)

First appearance.

C149. "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 3 (July 1892), 613-628.

 

The Adventure of the Creeping Man

 

C150. "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," Masters of the Macabre: An Anthology of Mystery, Horror and Detection. Edited by Seon Manley and Gogo Lewis. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [1975]. p. 99-119.

With a biographical note on Doyle (p. 327).

Jacket by John Cayea.

Published in trade and prebound editions.

C151. The Creeping Man. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 59 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 148)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C152. "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," [Illustration by Frederic Dorr Steele]. The Courier-Journal, Magazine section [Louisville, Ky.] (March 15, 1925), 2, 8.

First newspaper appearance.

C153. "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] (March 28, 1925), 19, illus.

C154. "The Creeping Man," Illustrations by Frederic Dorr Steele. Hearst's International, 43, No. 3 (March 1923), 8-13, 116, 118, 120.

C155. "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," [Illustrated by Criswell]. Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (March 22, 1925), 7, 19-20.

C156. "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," Illustrated by Howard Elcock. The Strand Magazine, 65, No. 387 (March 1923), 210-224.

First appearance.

C157. "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (February 2, 1930), 6, 19. illus.

C158. "The Adventure of the Creeping Man," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (March 22, 1925), 2, 4, 6. illus.

 

The Crooked Man

 

C159. "The Crooked Man," The Great Detectives. London: Hennel Locke Ltd., [1947]. p. 31-51.

C160. The Crooked Man. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 52 p. illus. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 125)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C161. "The Adventure of the Crooked Man," Glasgow Weekly Mail (November 3, 1894), 7.

C162. "The Adventure of the Crooked Man," The Grand Magazine, 58 (October 1930), 153-163.

C163. "The Adventure of the Crooked Man," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1907 (July 8, 1893), 645-647. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C164. "The Adventure of the Crooked Man," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (June 18, 1905), 7-8.

C165. "The Adventure of the Crooked Man," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 6, No. 31 (July 1893), 22-32. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 20)

First appearance.

C166. "The Adventure of the Crooked Man," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 6 (August 1893), 22-32.

 

The Adventure of the Dancing Men

 

C167. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," A Cavalcade of Collier's. Edited by Kenneth McArdle. New York: A.S. Barnes & Co., [1959]. p. 56-75.

Printed in double columns.

Also contains: The Original of Sherlock Holmes, by Harold Emery Jones (p. 74-78).

C168. The Adventure of the Dancing Men. [New York]: Bristol Laboratories, Div. of Bristol-Myers Co., September 1982. 23 p. illus. (ME033-5C)

One in a set of six promotional booklets. The others are Norw, Spec, Blue, RedH, and Scan.

C169. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," Famous Stories of Code and Cipher. Edited by Raymond T. Bond. New York: Collier Books, [1965]. Chap. 7, p. 171-198. (01691)

Cover design by Al Nagy.

2nd printing 1966.

First published by Rinehart and Co., 1947.

C170. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," The Island of Truth. London: Collier-Macmillan Ltd., [1964]. p. 39-62. illus. (Collier-Macmillan English Readers)

With questions and exercises (p. 93-106, 110-111).

Intended for students of English as a second language.

C171. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," Great Tales of Action and Adventure. Edited by George Bennett. [New York: Dell Pub. Co., June 1959.] p. 124-152.

"Laurel Edition, LB126."

Cover painting by Richard Powers.

2nd printing December 1960; 3rd printing September 1962 (Laurel Edition, 3202); 4th printing May 1963; 5th printing February 1964; 6th printing January 1965; 7th printing November 1965; 8th printing September 1966; 9th printing December 1966; 10th printing April 1967; 11th printing November 1967; 12th printing November 1968; 13th printing December 1969; 15th printing November 1970 (New cover illustration by Richard Powers); 32nd printing August 1983.

C172. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," The Pocket University. Vol. 22, Pt. 1. Fiction. Edited by Hamilton W. Mabie. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1924. p. 63-100.

C173. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," The University Library. Vol. 10. Edited and introduced by John Finley. Compiled by Nella Braddy. Garden City, N.Y.: Published for Nelson Doubleday, Inc., by Doubleday, Page & Co., 1926. p. 101-139.

C174. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," The University Library Vol. 10. Editor-in-Chief: John Huston Finley. Associate Editor: Nella Braddy. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran and Co., [1936]. p. 101-139.

C175. Sherlock Holmes and the Dancing Men, by A. Conan Doyle and D. K. Swan. [Harlow, Essex: Longman, 1978.] 16 p. illus. (Longman Structural Readers, Stage 1)

Pictorial rendition.

4th impression 1982.

C176. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," Literature: A Series of Anthologies: Heritage of British Literature, by E.A. Cross and Helen Fern Daringer. Maud and Miska Petersham, illustrators. New York: The Macmillan Co., [1945]. p. 30-45.

With a brief introduction and questions.

Reprinted June 1946.

C177. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," Literature: A Series of Anthologies: Heritage of British Literature, by E.A. Cross and Helen Fern Daringer. Maud and Miska Petersham, illustrators. Rev. ed. New York: The Macmillan Co., [1954]. p. 38-53.

With a brief introduction and questions.

C178. The Dancing Men. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 131)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C179. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," Famous Stories of Code and Cipher. Edited by Raymond T. Bond. New York: Rinehart and Co., 1947. p. 135-160.

Also published in a paperback edition by Collier Books, 1965.

C180. The Adventure of the Dancing Men. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (87 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (122 p.).

Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings. The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C181. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 32, No. 10 (December 5, 1903), 11-14. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 3)

C182. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," The Grand Magazine, 52 (September 1927), 1-14.

C183. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 26, No. 156 (December 1903), 602-617. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 3)

First appearance.

C184. "The Adventure of the Dancing Men," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (January 12, 1930), 6-7. illus.

C185. "The Dancing Men," Illustrated by Henry Moore Picken. True Confessions, 8, No. 43 (February 1926), 32-34, 102-104, 106-108.

 

The Adventure of the Devil's Foot

 

C186. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," Sherlock Holmes Through Time and Space. Edited by Issac [sic] Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh. [New York]: Bluejay Books, [October 1984]. p. 5-32.

C187. The Devil's Foot. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 75 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 143)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C188. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 4 (June 3, 1911). 14 p. illus.

C189. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," The Grand Magazine, 53 (March 1928), 39-52.

C190. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," The Saturday Evening Mail [New York] (April 29, 1911); (May 6, 1911). 16 p. supplements.

On cover: First newspaper publication in the United States.

C191. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," Short Stories Magazine, 1, No. 1 (December 1980), 91-104.

C192. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," Stoll's Editorial News, 4, supplements (February 24, 1921), v-viii; (March 10, 1921), iv-vii; (March 10, 1921), ix-xii. illus.

C193. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," Illustrated by Gilbert Holiday. The Strand Magazine, 40, No. 240 (December 1910), 638-653. (A Reminiscence of Sherlock Holmes)

First appearance.

C194. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," Illustrated by Gilbert Holiday. The Strand Magazine [New York], 40, No. 240 (January 1911), 722-730; 41, No. 241 (February 1911), 2-9.

Issue No. 240 has a Sherlockian cover illustration.

C195. "The Adventure of the Devil's Foot," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (January 26, 1930), 7, 19. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Dying Detective

 

C196. The Adventure of the Dying Detective. [New York]: Advertising Department, Collier's Weekly, [1913]. 38 p. (Vol. 4)

Frontispiece by F.D. Steele, reproduced from the cover illustration of Collier's that contains Norw, with a portrait of Doyle substituted for the handprint on the wall.

Cover and spine title: Sherlock Holmes.

Gray paper boards with vellum spine, titled gilt; white paper label on spine titled black.

Reprinted from the November 22, 1913, issue of Collier's. Presented with the compliments of the Advertising Department, Christmas 1913.

Issued December 1913 in a gray cardboard slipcase with three other booklets.

C197. "The Adventure of the Dying Detective," Adventures in Reading. Laureate ed. [Edited by] Evan Lodge [and] Marjorie Braymer. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, [1963]. p. 36-49 (The Adventures in Literature Program)

With notes, exercises, and six color illustrations.

Printed in double columns.

----------, ----------. Teacher's manual. p. 14-15.

C198. "The Adventure of the Dying Detective," Adventures in Reading.Laureate ed. Vol. 1. Short Stories. [Edited by] Evan Lodge [and] Marjorie Braymer. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, [c.1963]. p. 40-56.

"A school textbook," with notes, questions, exercises, etc.

Reprinted by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, n.d.

C199. The Dying Detective. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 47 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 142)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C200. The Adventure of the Dying Detective. With an introduction by Julian Symons and an afterword by Owen Dudley Edwards. Westminster Libraries/The Arthur Conan Doyle Society, [1991]. 53 p. (13 1/4 x 8 1/8 in.)

Frontispiece by Sidney Paget.

Published in a standard edition and a deluxe slipcase edition of 100 numbered copies, signed by Julian Symons, Owen Dudley Edwards, and Dame Jean Conan Doyle.

A facsimile of the manuscript (18 p.) in the Sherlock Holmes Collection, Marylebone Library. From the collection of Alfred T. Miller.

Reviews: BSPB, No. 13 (January 1993), 17 (Morris Riarty); SHJ, 20, No. 3 (Winter 1991), 108 (Nicholas Utechin).

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C201. "The Adventure of the Dying Detective," The Buffalo Sunday Times (July 31, 1921), 46-47. (Sherlock Holmes at His Best)

C202. "The Adventure of the Dying Detective," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 52, No. 10 (November 22, 1913), 5-7, 24-25.

Cover illustration of Holmes feigning a fatal disease.

First appearance.

C203. "The Adventure of the Dying Detective," Illustrated by Walter Paget. The Strand Magazine, 46, No. 270 (December 1913), 604-614.

 

The Adventure of the Empty House

 

C204. "The Empty House," Murder Mixture: An Anthology of Crime Stories. Selected by Elizabeth Lee. London: Elek Books, [1963]. p. 145-164.

C205. "The Empty House," Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 63 p. illus. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 129)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C206. "The Empty House," Murder Mixture: An Anthology of Crime Stories. Selected by Elizabeth Lee. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, [1963]. p. 145-164.

C207. "The Adventure of the Empty House," The Fireside Book of Cards. Edited by Oswald Jacoby and Albert Morehead. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1957. p. 40-50.

Printed in double columns.

C208. "The Adventure of the Empty House," Adapted by David Eastman. Illustrated by Allan Eitzen. [Mahwah, N.J,]: Troll Associates, [1982]. 32 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Library, [Vol. 4]) Grades 5-9.

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

Also listed in a set.

C209. The Adventure of the Empty House. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (78 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (110 p.). Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings. The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C210. The Adventure of the Empty House. Illustrated by F.D. Steele. Collier's, 31, No. 26 (September 26, 1903), 12-16. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 1)

Cover illustration of Holmes kneeling on the path above the Reichenbach chasm. First appearance.

C211. "The Adventure of the Empty House," The Grand Magazine, 52 (December 1927), 444-455.

C212. "The Adventure of the Empty House," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 26, No. 154 (October 1903), 362-376. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 1)

 

The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb

 

C213. The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb. [New York: The Benjamin Co. for Flint Laboratories, n.d., 1970.] 32 p. 5 3/8 x 4 3/16 in. (Sherlock Holmes, Bk. 2)

One of six Sherlock Holmes promotional booklets distributed to physicians in the U.S.

Booklet also listed in a set.

C214. "The Engineer's Thumb," Great Horror Stories. Compiled by Rosamund Morris. Illustrated by Hamilton Greene. New York: Hart Pub. Co., [1965]. p. 43-87. (Sunrise Library)

Gray boards lettered white with light blue cloth spine lettered dark blue; gray endpapers.

Ages 10-15.

C215. "The Engineer's Thumb," Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 63 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 117)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C216. "Strange Adventure," Baltimore Weekly Sun (April 30, 1892), 1.

C217. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," Glasgow Weekly Mail (April 7, 1894), 7; (April 14, 1894), 7.

C218. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," Good Literature [Cleveland], 2 (Spring 1931), 56-66. illus.

C219. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," New York Tribune (April 10, 1892), 18.

C220. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (August 27, 1905), 8-9.

C221. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," San Francisco Examiner (April 3, 1892), 19. illus.

C222. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (January 6, 1905), 4; (January 13, 1905), 4.

C223. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 3, No. 15 (March 1892), 276-288. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 9)

First appearance.

C224. "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 3 (April 1892), 267-288.

 

The Final Problem

 

C225. The Final Problem. A privately printed edition designed and printed by Mo Lebowitz, Proprietor of The Antique Press. Annotated by the late William S. Baring-Gould in the Clarkson N. Potter book, The Annotated Sherlock Holmes. [North Bellmore, Long Island]: The Antique Press, Summer 1969. 23 p. 18 x 6 in.

Limited to 75 copies.

C226. "Holmes and Moriarty: The Final Problem," A Book of Railway Journeys. Compiled by Ludovic Kennedy. London: William Collins Sons, [1980]. p. 318-323. illus.

Also published by Rawson, Wade Publishers.

C227. "The Final Problem," The Perilous Journey. [Edited by] W.T. Jewkes [and] Northrop Frye. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, [1973]. p. 250-273. (Literature: Uses of the Imagination)

With questions, comments, and a colored illustration that is a montage of a Captain Marvel script, a centaur, and Rathbone as Holmes.

C228. "The Final Problem," Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 54 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 128)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C229. "Holmes and Moriarty: The Final Problem," A Book of Railway Journeys. Compiled by Ludovic Kennedy. New York: Rawson, Wade Publishers, [1980]. p. 318-323. illus.

Also published by William Collins Sons.

C230. The Final Problem. Adapted by David Eastman. Illustrated by Allan Eitzen. [Mahwah, N.J.]: Troll Associates, [1982]. 32 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Library, [Vol. 3])

Grades 5-9.

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

Also listed in a set.

C231. The Final Problem. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (66 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (92 p.)

Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings.

The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C232. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (November 26, 1893), 19.

C233. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," Detroit Sunday News-Tribune (November 26, 1893), 22. illus.

C234. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," Glasgow Weekly Mail (December 1, 1894), 7; (December 8, 1894), 7.

C235. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," The Grand Magazine, 52 (October 1927), 157-166.

C236. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," [Illustrated by H.C. Edwards]. McClure's Magazine, 2, No. 1 (December 1893), 99-112.

"The last episode in the life of Sherlock Holmes."

C237. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," New York Sun (November 26, 1893), III, 5.

C238. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (September 24, 1905), 8-9.

C239. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," The Philadelphia Inquirer (November 26, 1893), 21.

C240. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 6, No. 36 (December 1893), 558-570. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 24)

First appearance.

C241. "The Adventure of the Final Problem," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 6, No. 36 (December 1893), 558-570.

"Double Christmas Number."

Cover dated Xmas 1893. Spine dated Christmas 1893.

 

The Adventure of the Five Orange Pips

 

C242. The Five Orange Pips. [New York: The Benjamin Co. for Flint Laboratories, n.d., 1970.] 31 p. 5 3/8 x 4 3/16 in. (Sherlock Holmes, Bk. 1)

One of six Sherlock Holmes promotional booklets distributed to physicians in the U.S.

Booklet also listed in a set.

C243. The Five Orange Pips. Winterport, Maine: Borrower's Press, 1979. 126 p. 7/8 x 3/4 in.

Black leather with an engraved head of Holmes on the cover.

Limited to 350 numbered copies; signed by the publisher, Jane Bernier.

C244. "The Five Orange Pips," The Great Short Stories. Compiled by Grace Bechtold Gans [pseud.]. Illustrated by Hamilton Greene. New York City: Hart Pub. Co., [1962]. p. 161-191. (Sunrise Library)

On jacket: Compiled by Grace Gans Bechtold.

Ages 9-14.

C245. The Five Orange Pips. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (68 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (92 p.)

Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings.

The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C246. "Adventures of Five Orange Pips," Buffalo Courier (November 8, 1891), 10.

C247. "Adventures of Five Orange Pips," Cincinnati Times-Star (November 9, 1891), 6; (November 10, 1891), 6.

C248. "Adventures of Five Orange Pips," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (November 7, 1891), 4. illus.

C249. "The Five Orange Pips," Glasgow Weekly Mail (May 5, 1894), 7.

C250. "The Five Orange Pips," The Grand Magazine, 52 (January 1928), 572-582.

C251. "Adventures of Five Orange Pips," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (November 7, 1891), 13.

C252. "The Five Orange Pips," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (July 30, 1905), 8-9. illus.

C253. "Adventures of Five Orange Pips," Pittsburgh Commerical Gazette (November 21, 1891), 9, 11. illus.

C254. "Adventures of Five Orange Pips," Pittsburgh Press (November 9, 1891), 5; (November 10, 1891), 11. illus.

C255. "The Story of Five Orange Pips," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (November 8, 1891), 26. illus.

C256. "The Five Orange Pips," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (November 11, 1904), 4; (November 18, 1904), 4.

C257. "The Five Orange Pips," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 2, No. 11 (November 1891), 481-491. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 5)

First appearance.

C258. "The Five Orange Pips," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 2, No. 11 (December 1891), 481-491.

Contents page is dated November 1891.

C259. "The Five Orange Pips," Tit-Bits, 61 (January 27, 1912), 525-526, 528-529.

 

The "Gloria Scott"

 

C260. "The Gloria Scott," Suspense ... A Treasury for Young Adults. Edited by Seon Manley and Gogo Lewis. New York: Funk & Wagnalls, [1966]. p. 47-68.

Jacket design by Joseph Cellini.

C261. The Gloria Scott. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 57 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 123)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C262. "The Adventure of the `Gloria Scott'," Glasgow Weekly Mail (September 8, 1894), 7.

C263. "The Adventure of the `Gloria Scott'," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1895 (April 15, 1893), 345-347. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C264. "The Adventure of the `Gloria Scott'," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (May 28, 1905), 7-8.

C265. "The Adventure of the `Gloria Scott'," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 5, No. 28 (April 1893), 395-406. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 17)

First appearance.

C266. "The Adventure of the `Gloria Scott'," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 5 (May 1893), 395-406.

 

The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez

 

C267. The Golden Pince-Nez. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 136)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C268. "The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez," World's Great Detective Stories: American and English Masterpieces. Edited, with an introduction, by Will Cuppy. Cleveland: The World Pub. Co., [November 1943]. p. 63-85.

"A Tower Book."

2nd printing January 1944; 3rd printing October 1944.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C269. "The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 9 (July 9, 1911). 14 p. illus.

C270. "The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez," The Buffalo Sunday Times (August 28, 1921), 36-37. (Sherlock Holmes at His Best)

C271. "The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 34, No. 5 (October 29, 1904), 15, 18-19, 27-30. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 10)

Cover illustration of Holmes peering through a pince-nez brought to him by Stanley Hopkins.

C272. "The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 28, No. 163 (July 1904), 2-16. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 10)

First appearance.

 

The Greek Interpreter

 

C273. "The Greek Interpreter," Stories of To-day and Yesterday: Thirty Selected Short Stories; Nine Imitative Stories by Students; Questions for Class Discussion; Directions for Creative Narration. Edited by Frederick Houk Law. New York: The Century Co., [1930]. p. 66-87.

High school textbook.

C274. "The Greek Interpreter," Best Mystery Stories. Edited with an introduction by Maurice Richardson. London: Faber and Faber, [1968]. p. 44-62.

C275. "Brother Tit and Brother Tat," The Jackdaw's Nest: A Fivefold Anthology. Made and edited by Gerald Bullett. London: Macmillan and Co., 1939. p. 681-682.

An excerpt from Gree, beginning with "Mycroft Holmes was a much larger and stouter man than Sherlock," and ending with "The fact that he has a picture-book under his arm shows that there is another child to be thought of."

C276. The Greek Interpreter. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 55 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 127)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C277. "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter," Glasgow Weekly Mail (October 6, 1894), 7.

C278. "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter," The Grand Magazine, 57 (August 1930), 697-707.

C279. "The Greek Interpreter," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1917 (September 16, 1893), 887, 890-892. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C280. "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (July 2, 1905), 2, 4.

C281. "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 6, No. 33 (September 1893), 296-307. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 22)

First appearance.

C282. "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, [New York] 6, No. 33 (October 1893), 292-307.

Contents page dated September 1893.

C283. "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter," Tit-Bits, 62 (August 3, 1912), 559-562.

 

The Hound of the Baskervilles

 

C284. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Adapted by John Norwood Fago. Illustrated by E.R. Cruz.] West Haven, Conn.: Academic Industries, [1984]. 61 p. (Pocket Classics, C28)

New edition of the Pendulum Press comic-strip adaptation.

C285. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Introduction by Isidore Goldstein.] New York: Airmont Pub. Co., [1965]. 128 p. (Classics Series, CL62)

Cover illustration of the Hound on the moor in background, with a deerstalker, magnifying glass and pipe in foreground.

C286. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: The American News Co., [March 1902]. 248 p.

At head of title: A Special Limited Edition.

Red cloth lettered white, with black ruled border.

Also, dark red cloth lettered silver.

4th impression, R, n.d.

C287. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Park Ridge, N.J.]: Andor Publishing, [1976]. 255 p.

"Andor Classic."

"Large type for easy reading."

Cover illustration of Holmes and the Hound by Jim Bellamore.

C288. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrated. New York: D. Appleton and Co., [c.1902]. 291 p. (Author's Edition, [Vol. 11])

Frontispiece by Sidney Paget.

Published 1903.

Also listed in a set.

C289. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With photographs by Michael Kenna. San Francisco: The Arion Press, 1985. 201 p. illus. 10 1/4 x 7 3/4 in.

Limited to 400 copies; signed by Kenna.

Text corrected by Terry Milne, collating the first English and American editions with the first serial publication.

Dark brown cloth with paw prints of a mastiff crossed with bloodhound stamped on the covers; lettered black on spine; photographic scene of Dartmoor on endpapers.

In cloth slipcase with photographic panels on the sides.

C290. The Hound of the Baskervilles. The Mystery of Cloomber. The Gully of Bluemansdyke, by Conan Doyle. Preston: James Askew & Son, [n.d.]. 126, 114, 126 p.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt.

C291. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With an introduction by Don Pendleton. New York: Ballantine Books, [June 1975]. xiv, 173 p.

"A Ballantine Mystery Classic."

Cover illustration by Dick Anderson of Holmes and Watson and a column of standing stones on the moor.

1st Canadian printing July 1975.

2nd printing August 1975; 3rd printing June 1976; 7th printing January 1983; 9th printing June 1984; 10th printing February 1985; 14th printing December 1987.

Also issued in a boxed set.

C292. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Bantam Books, [March 1949]. 181, [4] p. ads. (No. 366)

With a brief biography of Doyle and a cover illustration by Bill Shoyer of Jack Stapleton tying his wife to a post with sheets. A whip leans against his chair. Superimposed on the back of the chair is a silhouette profile of Holmes.

C293. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With an introduction by John Bennett Shaw. New York: Bantam Books, [March 1985]. xii, 161 p. (The Collection of Mystery Classics)

Book designed by Nicola Mazzella.

Dark brown imitation leather lettered gilt; marbled endpapers.

C294. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York City: Belmont Tower Books. Introduction c.1975 by Don Pendleton, [July 1976]. 173 p. (BT 50951)

Introduction is not in book!

Cover illustration by Gabriele of Rathbone and Bruce looking down through a magnifying glass at a scene of the hounds of Sir Hugo and his companions riding from Baskerville Hall.

C295. Live in Peace with Your Pipe. A slim volume of miscellany compiled for smokers by Benson and Hedges. [Designed by the John Blackburn Partership Ltd.] 60 p. 3 x 3 in. illus.

Contains an extract entitled "At Least a Three Pipe Problem" (p. 16-17) from chapter 5 of Houn.

C296. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [New York]: Berkley Pub. Corp., [December 1963]. 174 p.

"A Berkley Medallion Book."

Cover illustration of a tree branch with a deerstalker, skull, pistol, magnifying glass, and pipe.

2nd printing May 1966; 3rd printing February 1968; 4th printing May 1969; 5th printing March 1970; 6th printing August 1970; 7th printing December 1971; 8th printing November 1971 (new edition); 17th printing [n.d., 1977] (new cover illustration by Guy Deel); 20th printing [n.d., 1979] (variant cover illustration by Guy Deel); 23rd printing September 1980; 24th printing July 1981 (also issued in a boxed set); 25th printing April 1982; 26th printing November 1982; 27th printing June 1983; 28th printing December 1983; 29th printing December 1984; 30th printing October 1985.

C297. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Famous Dogs in Fiction. Edited by J. Walker McSpadden. [Rev. ed.] Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, [1972]. p. 266-287. (Short Story Index Reprint Series)

First published by Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1930.

C298. The Hound of the Baskervilles: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. [Cutchogue, N.Y.]: Buccaneer Books, [1977]. 174 p.

Library binding, red cloth lettered yellow on spine.

C299. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Three Owls Edition. New York: W.R. Caldwell & Co., [c.1902]. 248 p. (The International Adventure Library)

Frontispiece by Sidney Paget.

Violet brown cloth; blind stamped with publisher's logo (three owls) on front cover; ruby spine lettered gilt.

C300. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: P.F. Collier & Son Co., [n.d., 1932]. 249 p. (The Complete Sherlock Homes. Authorized edition in eight volumes, [Vol. 4])

Spine title: Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles.

Also listed in a set.

C301. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrated. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, [n.d.]. 248 p. (The Works of A. Conan Doyle, Vol. 6) At head of title: The latest books of Conan Doyle by special arrangement with the author.

Frontispiece in brown tone by Sidney Paget.

Also listed in a set.

C302. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, [n.d.]. 342 p. (The Works of A. Conan Doyle, Vol. 6)

Frontispiece in blue tone by Sidney Paget.

Also contains: The Great Keinplatz Experiment. -- The Man from Archangel. -- That Little Square Box.

Issued in at least three variant bindings; also listed in sets.

C303. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Collier Books, [1962]. 185 p. (HS41V)

On cover: Even the author called this bloodcurdling Sherlock Holmes adventure "a real creeper."

2nd printing (on cover: Sherlock Holmes' most famous and thrilling adventure); 3rd printing 1967 (01967) (cover illustration by Enenne Delessert).

C304. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Famous Dogs in Fiction. Edited by J. Walker McSpadden. [Illustrated by Margaret S. Johnson.] Rev. ed. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., [1930]. p. 266-287.

Contains a summary of the first thirteen chapters, followed by the complete text of chapter 14.

C305. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Dale Books, [1978]. 183 p.

"A Dale Classic."

Printed from the same plates as the Pebbles Classic Library edition, but without the foreword.

Cover illustration in color of a profile of Holmes based on the drawing by Steele.

C306. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Dell Pub. Co., [August 1959]. 224 p. (The Dell Great Mystery Library, No. 24) (D302)

Cover painting by William Teason of a deerstalker, butterfly pin, pipe, magnifying glass, and note: "As you value your life..."

2nd printing November 1959; 3rd printing May 1960; 4th printing March 1962; 5th printing December 1962 (3758); 6th printing August 1963; 7th printing July 1963; 8th printing October 1964 (Laurel-Leaf Library, 3758) (cover illustration of the Hound's head); 9th printing May 1966; 10th printing January 1967; 11th printing September 1968; 12th printing October 1969; 13th printing January 1970; 14th printing August 1970 (The Laurel-Leaf Library) (At this printing the size changed to a larger format); 15th printing May 1971; 16th printing April 1972; 17th printing October 1972; 18th printing October 1973; 19th printing September 1974; 20th printing May 1975 (3758); 21st printing September 1976; 22nd printing August 1977; 23rd printing July 1978; 24th printing August 1979 (Also issued in a cover craft binding with an illustration of Holmes); 25th printing October 1980; 27th printing July 1983; 28th printing March 1984.

C307. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Introduction by David Sinclair. London: Dent, [1982]. viii, 168 p. (Everyman's Library, 1253)

Cover illustration of the Hound's face by Mark Foster.

C308. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. With biographical illustrations and pictures from early editions of the novel, together with an introduction by James Nelson. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., [1968]. xi, 204 p. illus. (Great Illustrated Classics)

C309. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., [c.1902]. 248 p.

"Popular Copyright Edition."(Jacket)

Madder red cloth; letters and profile of Holmes in black.

C310. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With an introduction by Frank Condie Baxter. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1926. xviii, 248, [2] p. ads. (The Lambskin Library, No. 53)

Dull yellow cloth with letters against black background on cover and in black on spine; garnet red endpapers with design in white.

Also, light blue cloth, otherwise identical.

Dull green cloth, otherwise identical.

Cerise leather with letters in red against gilt background on cover and in gilt on spine; garnet red endpapers with design in white. On jacket: Bound in imported English leather.

C311. The Hound of the Baskervilles. The G. Washington Edition. New York: Doubleday, Doran & Co., [c.1930]. 191 p.

Frontispiece of Richard Gordon, the celebrated actor who played the title role in a radio dramatization of the tales.

On spine: [Vol.] II. Garnet red boards with gilt silhouette profile of Holmes in small circle on cover; oxide red endpapers.

C312. The Hound of the Baskervilles, And Have Not Love, [by] Anne Parrish. Garden City, N.Y.: Nelson Doubleday, [1954]. p. 589-703. illus. (Best-in-Books)

Printed in double columns.

C313. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [n.d., 1962]. 198 p. (Dolphin Books, C127)

Cover drawing by Robin Jacques of the Hound leaping at Sir Hugo. Cover design by George Giusti.

C314. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With a foreword and an afterword by John Fowles. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [n.d., 1977, c.1974]. 196 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 3])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Also listed in a set.

C315. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Introduction by Julian Symons. Lino-cuts by Edward Bawden London: The Folio Society, 1987. xv, 182 p.

Set in Baskerville, bound in full cloth, and printed with a design by the artist.

In slipcase.

2nd impression 1988.

C316. The Hound of the Baskervilles: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. Adapted by Richard Widdows. New York: Gallery Books/W.H. Smith Publishers, [1985]. 56 p. illus. (World of Sherlock Holmes, 3)

Illustrations from the Burbank film starring the voice of Peter O'Toole.

Devised and produced by Multimedia Publications (UK) Ltd.

Designer: Janette Place. Production: Karen Bromley.

C317. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Famous & Curious Animal Stories. New York: Gallery Books/W.H. Smith Publishers, [1989]. p. 223-245. illus.

Chapters 13-15.

First published by Octopus Books, 1982.

C318. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Preface by Jacques Barzun and Wendell Hertig Taylor. Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: Garland Publishing, 1976. 248 p. (Fifty Classics of Crime Fiction, 1900-1950, Vol. 15)

Reprint of the first American edition published by McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902.

C319. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Four Complete Adventure Novels. [Compiled by] Jessie Alford Nunn. New York: Globe Book Co., [1964]. p. 489-675. illus.

Illustrated with photographs from the 1959 Hound film starring Peter Cushing, André Morell, and Christopher Lee.

Also includes an introduction about Doyle and Houn, and questions and exercises.

----------, ----------. Teacher's Guide. p. 32-39.

C320. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: Grafton Books, [1988]. 187 p.

Cover photograph of Brett in the Granada TV production.

C321. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [March 1902, R. Fonrth (sic) Impression]. 248 p.

At head of title: A Special Limited Edition.

Frontispiece with caption: "I shrank back into the darkest corner..."

Red cloth lettered black; upper cover: Sherlock Holmes; photograph of Gillette within a ruled frame border on cover.

4th impression of first American edition by McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902.

C322. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [March 1902, R, Fourth Impression]. 248 p.

At head of title: A Special Limited Edition.

Frontispiece with caption: "I shrank back into the darkest corner..."

Red cloth lettered white; circular device with head of Holmes on cover.

C323. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [March 1902, Fourth Impression]. 248 p.

At head of title: A Special Limited Edition.

Frontispiece by Paget, but without the illustrations.

C324. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [c.1902]. 248 p.

At head of title: A Special Limited Edition.

Frontispiece with caption: "I shrank back into the darkest corner..."

Red cloth lettered white; circular device with head of Holmes on cover.

C325. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [c.1902]. 248 p. At head of title: A Special Limited Edition.

Frontispiece by Paget with caption: "The steps grew louder..."

Illustration repeated in color on jacket.

C326. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [c.1902]. 248 p.

At head of title: A Special Limited Edition.

Frontispiece by Paget with caption: "I was aware of a bushy black beard and a pair of piercing eyes turned upon us."

Red cloth; letters and medallion stamped in black on cover and spine.

C327. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [c.1902]. 249, [1] p. ads.

Red cloth; letters and circular device with head of Holmes in black.

C328. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [c.1926]. 249 p.

Red cloth lettered black.

Jacket illustration of Rathbone and Bruce.

"Sherlock Holmes' most famous case! Herein the greatest detective of all time matches wits with a criminal almost as brilliant as himself!" (Jacket).

C329. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [n.d.]. 249 p. (The Ferret Library. Edited by Bennett A. Cerf)

Dark green cloth lettered gilt on spine; orange endpapers; top edge tinted.

C330. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Best-Selling Chapters: 15 Novels for Teaching Literature and Developing Comprehension, [by] Raymond Harris. Providence, R.I.: Jamestown Publishers, [1979]. Unit 7, p. 199-233. illus. (Catalog No. 791)

Cover design (including Holmes) by Stephen R. Anthony.

Illustrations by Mari-Ann Süvari.

Contains chapters 2 and 3 of Houn, with an introduction, questions and exercises.

C331. The Hound of the Baskervilles, An Omnibus of British Mysteries. Condensed. [Edited by George Bisserov.] New York: Juniper Press, [n.d., 1959]. p. 137-263. (The Classics of Mystery, Vol. 5)

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

C332. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Retold in simple language by Raymond Sibley. Illustrated by Drury Lane Studios. Loughborough: Ladybird Books, [1982]. 51 p. (Ladybird Children's Classics)

C333. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Simplified by Alan Ronaldson. [Harlow, Essex]: Longman, [1976]. 72 p. (Longman Simplified English Series, No. 47)

Also contains a glossary and questions.

5th impression 1981.

C334. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With an introduction and notes by Anthony Laude. [Harlow, Essex]: Longman, [1980]. xxxii, 212 p. (The Heritage of Literature Series)

Includes an afterword by John Fowles.

Also listed in a set.

C335. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] London and Bombay: Longmans, Green and Co., 1902. 358, [4] p. ads. (Longmans' Colonial Library)

"This edition is intended for circulation only in India and the British Colonies."

Greenish gray cloth titled dark blue and gilt with cover design of ship and sea; light green swan-and-ship endpapers.

First English edition -- Colonial issue; published April 2, 1902.

C336. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrated by Gil Walker. New York: Looking Glass Library; distributed by Random House, [1961]. 282 p. (Looking Glass Library, 26)

Ages 10-14.

C337. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Series introduction by F.T. Bell.] Bath: Lythway Press, [n.d., 1976]. ix, 284 p. (Lythway Classics of Crime and Detection)

Large-print edition.

C338. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Sherlock Holmes Edition. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, Publishers, [n.d.]. 1 v. (unpaged)

Limited to 500 numbered copies.

Published by Magico Magazine, New York, 1979.

Includes a booklet entitled The Sherlock Holmes Force Book explaining how the same reprinted two pages throughout Houn can be used to trick the spectator.

C339. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Magnum Books, [1967]. 255 p. (Magnum Easy Eye Books, 13-407)

On verso: Prestige Books, New York.

On spine: Magnum No. 7.

Cover illustration of Holmes and the Hound by B. Storey.

C340. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Lancer Books, [1967]. 255 p. (Magnum Easy Eye Books, 13-407)

On spine: Magnum, 7.

A different edition, with same cover illustration as above.

C341. The Hound of the Baskervilles. New York: Lancer Books, [1967]. 255 p. (Magnum Easy Eye Books, 13-407)

On spine: Masterpiece Library.

C342. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902. 248, [8] p. ads.

Red cloth lettered white; circular device with head of Holmes on cover.

Gray jacket lettered red.

First American edition; published April 15, 1902.

C343. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902 [March 1902, R]. 248, [8] p. ads.

Red cloth as above.

Also, Garnet brown cloth lettered gilt.

Dark blue ribbed cloth lettered gilt.

State 2 of first American edition.

C344. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902 [March 1902, R]. 248, [8] p. ads.

Red cloth as above.

The title page is an inserted leaf pasted to the stub of the original title. It has "Illustrated" between the ornament and the publisher's imprint.

State 3 of first American edition.

C345. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902 [March 1902, R]. 248, [6] p. ads.

Dark red ribbed cloth lettered gilt; lacks circular device.

C346. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902 [March 1902, R]. 248 p.

Red cloth titled black; upper cover: Sherlock Holmes; photograph of Gillette within a ruled frame border on cover.

C347. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902 [March 1902, R, Second Impression]. 248, [8] p. ads.

Red cloth as above.

C348. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902 [March 1902, R, Third Impression]. 248, [8] p. ads.

Red cloth as above.

C349. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1902 [March 1902, R, Fonrth (sic) Impression]. 248, [8] p. ads.

Red cloth as above.

Also, dark blue cloth.

C350. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Sidney Paget.] New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1903. 248, [7] p. ads.

On spine: Special Edition.

Dark blue ribbed cloth lettered gilt; three anchors and dolphin device, signed W.J.; top edge gilt.

C351. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [London: Methuen Children's Books, 1989.] 239 p.

"A Magnet Book."

Cover illustration by Lee Stannard.

C352. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] Toronto: George N. Morang & Co., 1902. 248 p.

Without a frontispiece.

Dark blue cloth lettered white; circular device with head of Holmes on cover.

C353. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] Toronto: George N. Morang & Co., 1902. 248, [8] p. ads.

Frontispiece with caption: "I shrank back into the darkest corner ..."

Red cloth lettered white; circular device with head of Holmes on cover.

C354. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] Toronto: George N. Morang & Co., 1903. 248 p.

At head of cover title: Canadian Copyright Edition.

Red paper covers lettered black; circular device with head of Holmes on cover.

C355. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London: John Murray, [Fourth Impression, July 1918]. 248 p.

C356. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London: John Murray, [Reprinted (Cheap Edition) June 1922.] 315 p.

Jacket illustration by Shilton.

"A curse; then a mystery; at last the solution by that master Sherlock Holmes." (Jacket)

Reprinted (Cheap Edition March 1923, June 1925, August 1927, November 1932, November 1939 (new spine and back to the dust jacket).

C357. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London: John Murray, [Reprinted (Thin Paper Edition) August 1925]. 315, [8] p.

Rose red cloth with floral design and letters in gilt on cover; Doyle's initials in gilt on front cover; top edge tinted.

Reprinted (Thin Paper Edition) March 1930.

C358. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London: John Murray, [Reprinted (Uniform Edition) February 1924]. 248 p.

Jacket illustration by Shilton.

Reprinted (Uniform Edition) April 1930, October 1934, December 1941, July 1947, January 1948, April 1951, April 1953, July 1955, October 1958 (new jacket illustration by Biro).

C359. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: John Murray, [26th impression, 1964]. 238 p.

On jacket: Conan Doyle Uniform Edition.

Jacket illustration by Biro similar to cover illustration by Biro for the 1959 Murray paperback edition.

There are at least two variants: "10s 6d net" price and "12s 6d/net " price on inner front flap of jackets.

C360. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With an introduction by B.A. Marsh and illustrations by Shirley Hughes. London: John Murray, [1957]. xiv, 230 p. (The School Library of Famous Books)

With notes and exercises.

Black cloth lettered white with cover illustration of Baskerville Hall.

Reprinted 1958, 1959, 1961, 1964, 1968.

C361. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: John Murray, [1959]. 183 p.

Cover painting by Biro of the Hound leaping out at Sir Henry. "Sherlock Holmes at his best. The world-famous mystery thriller." (Cover)

Reprinted 1961, 1965, 1968, 1971 (cover illustration of profile of the Hound's head).

C362. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With a foreword and an afterword by John Fowles. [London]: John Murray and Jonathan Cape, [1974]. 196 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 3])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Reprinted 1976.

Also listed in a set.

C363. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrations by Sidney Paget. With a new introduction by Otto Penzler. New York: Mysterious Book Club, [1989]. 98 p.

C364. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London: Eveleigh Nash & Grayson Ltd., [n.d.]. 325, [4] p. ads. (Nash's Library of Thrillers)

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine.

Jacket illustration by Howard K. Elcock of Holmes shooting the Hound.

C365. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London and Edinburgh, Paris: T. Nelson & Sons, [n.d.]. 374, 10 p. ads. (The Nelson Library)

Frontispiece with caption. "A hound it was -- an enormous coal-black hound."

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with NL monograph enclosed in wreath blind stamped on cover and spine.

C366. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. London and Edinburgh, Paris: T. Nelson & Sons, [n.d.]. 374, 10 p. ads. (The Nelson Library)

No frontispiece.

Red cloth lettered black on spine, with ruled border and floral design in black on cover.

C367. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With an introduction by William S. Baring-Gould. [New York]: The New American Library, [June 1967]. xx, 176 p.

"A Signet Classic."

Cover illustration by James McMullan of Holmes on the moor and a large footprint of the Hound.

C368. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With an afterword by Frederick Busch. ] New York: New American Library, [July 1986. 251 p. (CE1983)

"A Signet Classic."

2nd printing (CE2221), 3rd printing (CE2385), 5th printing (CE2478), 6th printing (new).

C369. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1902. 358 p.

Red cloth lettered black and gilt, with gilt floral design round a silhouette of a hound in black against the moon; signed "A.G.J." (Alfred Garth Jones).

Gray jacket lettered scarlet.

First English edition; published March 25, 1902.

C370. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: George Newnes Ltd., [n.d.]. 126 p. (Newnes' Copyright Novels)

Cover illustration of Holmes, Watson, and the Hound.

"A magnificent story." (Cover)

Similar to Newnes' Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 230, 1912.

C371. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: George Newnes Ltd., [n.d., 1912]. 126 p. (Newnes' Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 230)

Cover illustration as above.

C372. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With photographs by Michael Kenna. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1986. 201 p.

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

Reprint, in a smaller format, of the Arion edition.

C373. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Abridged and edited by B.M. Chester. With 4 illustrations by M. Buchanan. London: Oxford University Press, 1938. vi, 130 p.

C374. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Animals: Famous and Curious Stories. London: Octopus Books, [1982]. p. 223-245. illus.

Chapters 13-15.

Also published by Gallery Books, 1989.

C375. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Abridged and edited by B. M. Chester. With four illustrations by Mina Buchanan. [London]: Geoffrey Cumberledge, Oxford University Press, [1951]. vi, 130 p. (Stories Retold -- Oversea Edition)

Endpaper map of "The Great Grimpen Mire."

"This retold version was first published in India in 1938."

2nd impression 1952; 9th impression 1965.

C376. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, [1973]. 110 p. illus. (Oxford Progressive English Readers, Grade 2)

"Retold by B.M. Chester. Simplified according to the language grading scheme especially compiled by D.H. Howe. Illustrated by David Cheung."

C377. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, [Rev. ed. 1979, c.1973]. 110 p. illus. (Oxford Progressive English Readers, Grade 2)

"Retold by B.M. Chester. Illustrated by David Cheung. Simplified according to the language grading scheme especially compiled by D.H. Howe."

2nd impression 1979; 4th impression 1982 (cover illustration by Tomaz Mok).

C378. The Hound of the Baskervilles. With a foreword and an afterword by John Fowles. London and Sydney: Pan Books, [1975]. 203 p.

Cover illustration by Sidney Paget. Colored by Frank Hilary.

2nd printing 1980; 6th printing 1980; 7th printing 1981; 8th printing 1982.

Also listed in a set.

C379. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [New York: Pebbles Press, 1975.] 183 p. (The Pebbles Classic Library. Edited by Sandy Lesberg)

Frontispiece portrait of Holmes by Morgan Smith and foreword by Sandy Lesberg.

Simulated dark blue leather with gilt design and letters.

C380. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Adapted by John Norwood Fago. Illustrated by E.R.Cruz.] West Haven, Conn.: Pendulum Press, [1977]. 62 p. (New Age Illustrated)

A simplified version in comic book format.

Published with the same cover illustration in two variant library bindings: the ad on the back cover for New Age Illustrated Paperbacks is in green and blue; the other cover is in green only and has the number "64-2642" on the front cover.

See also DB4699, DB4700.

C381. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Adapted by Nick Tall. Illustrated by Nestor Redondo.] West Haven, Conn.: Academic Industries, [1984]. 61 p. (Pocket Classics, C28)

A simplified version in comic book format, first published by Pendulum Press, 1977.

C382. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Adapted by John Norwood Fago. Illustrated by E.R. Cruz.] [Weekly Reader Books Edition.] West Haven, Conn.: Pendulum Press, [1977]. 62 p.

"Illustrated Classic Book Club."

C383. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: Penguin Books, 1937. 249 p. (Penguin Books, No. 111)

C384. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, [August 1937]. vii, 216, [8] p. ads.

On cover: The Ryerson Press.

Blue cloth lettered orange.

C385. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Harmondsworth, Middlesex]: Penguin Books, [1981]. 174 p.

Cover design by John Gorham.

"Sherlock Holmes investigates the diabolical curse of The Hound of the Baskervilles." (Cover)

Reprinted 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987.

C386. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Berne (Switzerland); Paris: Phoenix Pub. Co. Ltd., [1947]. 219 p. (Scherz Phoenix Books, Vol. 97)

C387. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Hound of the Baskervilles. Adapted by Malvina G. Vogel. Illustrations by Pablo Marcos Studio. New York: Playmore/I. Waldman & Son, [1977]. 232 p. 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 in. (Illustrated Classic Editions) ($.95)

"A Moby Book."

Cover illustration by Al Leiner.

2nd printing, n.d. ($1.25).

C388. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: Pocket Books (G.B.) Ltd., [1950]. 199 p. (No. B7)

Cover illustration by Horowicz and Chadwick of the Hound leaping at Sir Henry as Holmes hastens to shoot it.

C389. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrated in black and white by Sidney Paget and in color by Sergio Martinez. [Foreword by Ellen Dreyer.] New York: Portland House Illustrated Classics, [1988]. xiv, 249 p.

Cover design by Jean Krulis.

C390. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Harmondsworth, Middlesex]: Puffin Books, [1982]. 174 p.

Cover illustration by Andrew Skilleter.

Published by Penguin Books.

C391. Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles. Illustrations by Terry Gabbey. [Paulton, Bristol: Purnell Books, 1985.] 194 p. (De luxe classics)

Simulated red leather with gilt design and letters.

C392. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Rev. ed. Tarzana, Calif.: Barbara J. Raheb, 1981. 4 v. (103, 110, 106, 122 p.) illus. 15/16 x 11/16 in.

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C393. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Illustrated by Guy Deel. Great Stories of Mystery and Suspense. [Vol. 1] Selected and condensed by the editors of The Reader's Digest. Pleasantville, N.Y.: The Reader's Digest Association, [1977]. p. 377-494.

On verso of title page: 177.

A note by Rex Stout is printed on the back of the dust jacket for volume one of a two-volume set.

C394. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Chicago]: Henry Regnery Co., [1959]. 242 p. (Gateway Editions, No. 6050)

At head of title: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes.

Cover illustration of a frightened Sir Henry with outstretched arms.

C395. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. A facsimile of the adventure as it was first published in The Strand Magazine, London, with Sidney Paget's original illustrations and with a new introduction by Samuel Rosenberg. New York: Schocken Books, [1975]. xi, 110 p.

Printed in double columns.

Jacket and cover design by Edward Smith.

Published in hardcover and paperback (SB505) editions.

C396. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Cover by Mort Kunstler. Scholastic Library Edition. New York: Scholastic Book Services, [March 1964]. ix, 244 p. (T 590)

With "A Word to the Reader" by Herbert Brean.

Cover illustration of a Gothic ruin and the Hound on the moor.

2nd printing April 1964; 5th printing November 1966; 6th printing March 1967; 7th printing June 1968; 8th printing December 1969 (cover illustration of Sir Hugo, the hound and a full moon); 9th printing February 1975; 10th printing December 1975.

C397. The Hound of the Baskervilles. London: Scholastic Publications Ltd., [1982]. 178 p.

Cover illustration by Donald Harley.

2nd printing 1985.

C398. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Mystery: Scope Activity Kit. Written and compiled by the editors of Scholastic Scope Magazine. New York: Scholastic Magazines, 1975. p. 7-11. (TV 2782)

A student booklet featuring a simplified retelling of Houn, with photographs from 20th Century-Fox's The Hound of the Baskervilles.

C399. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Wilkes-Barre, Pa.]: School Classics, [1965]. 124 p. (SC-1010) Published by Educational Publishers.

C400. The Hound of the Baskervilles. The Craft of Detection: Deductive Probings Into Vengeance and Death. Prepared by the editorial staff, Scott, Foresman and Co. Direction: Leo B. Kneer. Development: Ruth S. Cohen. [Glenview, Ill.: Scott, Foresman and Co., 1973.] p. 95-299.

With marginal notes, synthesis, and comment.

C401. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1911. 358 p.

C402. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [London]: Sparrow Books, [1982]. 171 p.

Cover photo of Tom Baker and Terence Rigby as Holmes and Watson in the BBC-TV production of Houn.

C403. The Curse of The Hound of the Baskervilles in This Year 1742, from Hugo Baskerville. [Buffalo, N.Y.: T & M Manuscripts, 1977.] [5] p.

Unlimited edition in calligraphy on burned and antiqued parchment, by Michael J. Licata and Thomas S. Galbo.

C404. The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes. Copyright edition. Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1902. 270 p. (Tauchnitz Edition, Collection of British and American Authors, Vol. 3571) (A. Conan Doyle, No. 29)

First Continental edition; published April 1902.

Reprinted 1919.

C405. The Hound of the Baskervilles. An adaptation with comprehension exercises. [New Delhi]: Vikas Publishing House, [1984]. 110 p. (Level 3)

Reprinted 1985.

C406. The Hound of the Baskervilles. [Mahwah, N.J.: Watermill Press, 1980.] 233 p. (Watermill Classic)

Cover illustration of Holmes and the Hound.

"This special and unabridged Watermill Classic edition has been completely reset in a size and style designed for easy reading."

Published in hardcover ("long last") and paperback editions.

C407. The Hound of the Baskervilles: A Sherlock Holmes Murder Dossier. [Planned and edited by Simon Goodenough. Designed by Malcolm Couch. Photography by Simon McBride. Research by Caroline Bidwell. Exeter, Devon: Webb & Bower (Publishers) Ltd., 1984.] 1 portfolio. illus.

"Dossier of papers for the case of `The Hound of the Baskervilles.' John H. Watson, December 1888. Sent to Conan Doyle, March 1901. First instalment published in Strand Magazine, August 1901."

C408. The Hound of the Baskervilles: A Sherlock Holmes Murder Dossier. [New York: Little, Brown and Co., 1984.] 1 portfolio. illus.

C409. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Unabridged. Illustrated by Hal Frenck. Cover by Shannon Stirnweis. Racine, Wis.: Whitman Pub. Div., Western Pub. Co., [1968]. 212 p. (Whitman Classics)

Cover illustrated with a modernistic painting of the Hound on the moor.

Reprinted 1970.

C410. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Abridged ed. [Manchester: World International Pub. Ltd., 1985.] 61 p. illus. (Horror Stories)

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C411. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," The Atlanta Constitution/Sunny South (July 6, 1902), 1, 10; (July 13), 1, 10; (July 20), 1, 8; (July 27), 1, 4; (August 3), 1, 10; (August 10), 1, 4; (August 17), 1, 4; (August 24), 1, 3; (Augsut 31), 1, 10; (September 7), 1, 10; (September 14), 1, 9; (September 21), 1, 7.

C412. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Boston Sunday Post, Boston Post (August 3, 1902), 23; (August 4), 5; (August 5), 5; (August 6), 5; (August 7), 4; (August 8), 4; (August 9), 4; (August 10), 21; (August 11), 5; (August 12), 7; (August 13), 5; (August 14), 7; (August 15), 5; (August 16), 4; (August 17), 21; (August 18), 4; (August 19), 5; (August 20), 5; (August 21), 5; (August 22), 7; (August 23), 7; (August 24), 23; (August 25), 7; (August 26), 4; (August 27), 4; (August 28), 5; (August 29), 6; (August 30), 4; (August 31), 22.

At head of title: Conan Doyle's latest and greatest Sherlock Holmes story.

C413. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," [Illustrations: Neil McDonald]. Complete Bestsellers [Viaduct Publications, London], 1, No. 4 (November-December 1981), 23-57.

C414. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (July 6, 1902), IV, 4; (July 13), IV, 4; (July 20), IV, 4; (July 27), IV, 4; (August 3), IV, 4; (August 10), IV, 4; (August 17), IV, 4; (August 24), IV, 4; (August 31), V, 1; (September 7), IV, 5; (September 8), IV, 5; (September 9), IV, 7; (September 10), IV, 5; (September 11) IV, 7; (September 12), IV, 5; (September 13), IV, 7; (September 14), II, 10..

The first four instalments are illustrated with Paget originals; the next six with new illustrations by Robert M. Hoof; the remaining seven are without illustrations.

C415. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Indianapolis News (August 16, 1902), 12; (August 18), 11; (August 19), 11; (August 20), 11; (August 21), 11; (August 22), 14; (August 23), 19; (August 25), 9; (August 26), 9; (August 27), 9; (August 28), 9; (August 29), 11; (August 30), 18; (September 1), 10; (September 2), 9; (September 3), 11; (September 4), 9.

C416. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," New York American and Journal (August 10, 1902), 42; (August 11), 9; (August 12), 14; (August 13), 14; (August 14), 14; (August 15), 14; (August 16), 8; (August 17), 40; (August 18), 9; (August 19), 14; (August 20), 14; (August 21), 14; (August 22), 14; (August 23), 8; (August 24), 40; (August 25), 14; (August 26), 16; (August 27), 16; (August 28), 14; (August 29), 16; (August 30), 8; (August 31), 39; (September 1), 9; (September 2), 16.

C417. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Omaha Sunday World-Herald (July 13, 1902), 21; (July 20), 21; (July 27), 21; (August 3), 21; (August 10), 21; (August 17), 21; (August 24), 21; (August 31), 21; (September 7), 21; (September 14), 21; (September 21), 21; (September 28), 21.

C418. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," The Philadelphia Sunday Press, Color section (July 6, 1902), 1-2; (July 13), 2; (July 20), 2; (July 27), 2; (August 3), 2; (August 10), 2; (August 17), 2; (August 24), 2; (August 31), 2; (September 7), 2; (September 14), 2; (September 21), 2.

C419. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," The Pittsburgh Gazette, Magazine section (July 6, 1902), 6-7; (July 13), 4-5; (July 20), 4; (July 27), 2; (August 3), 2; (August 10), 2; (August 17), 2; (August 24), 2; (August 31), 2; (September 7), 2; (September 14), 2; (September 21), 2.

The first instalment appeared, curiously, in the Woman's section of the Sunday edition; the remainder were published in the Magazine section. The story is illustrated with rather crude reproductions of some Paget illustrations, though no credit is given, and the SP initials are missing.

C420. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," St. Louis Republic Magazine (July 13, 1902), 4; (July 20), 4; (July 27), 7; (August 3), 7; (August 10), 7; (August 17), 7; (August 24), 7; (August 31), 7; (September 7), 10; (September 14), 7; (September 21), 9; (September 28), 10; (October 2), 10.

C421. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Scholastic Scope, 12, No. 8 (March 23, 1970), 6-10.

"A retelling of Conan Doyle's chilling mystery." Illustrated with scenes from the 20th Century-Fox film. Cover photograph of Rathbone and Bruce.

C422. "The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 22, No. 128 (August 1901), 122-132; 22, No. 129 (September 1901), 242-254; 22, No. 130 (October 1901), 362-373; 22, No. 131 (November 1901), 495-506; 22, No. 132 (December 1901), 602-612; 23, No. 133 (January 1902), 2-15; 23, No. 134 (February 1902), 122-130; 23, No. 135 (March 1902), 242-252; 23, No. 136 (April 1902), 362-372.

C423. "The Hound of the Baskervilles: Another Adventure of Sherlock Holmes," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 22, No. 128 (September 1901), 122-132; 22, No. 129 (October 1901), 242-254; 22, No. 130 (November 1901), 362-373; 22, No. 131 (December 1901), 495-506; 22, No. 132 (January 1902), 602-612; 23, No. 133 (February 1902), 2-15; 23, No. 134 (March 1902), 122-130; 23, No. 135 (April 1902), 242-252; 23, No. 136 (May 1902), 362-372.

 

A Case of Identity

 

C424. A Case of Identity and Other Stories. Philadelphia: Henry Altemus, 1895. 30 p. (each story).

Cover title: A Case of Identity.

Cover illustration by Archie Gunn.

Contents: Iden. -- Scan. -- The Man from Archangel. -- The Captain of the "Pole-Star". -- John Barrington Cowles.

C425. "A Case of Identity," World's Great Detective Stories. One Volume Edition. New York: Walter J. Black, [c.1928]. p. 131-143.

Printed in double columns.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge tinted.

C426. "A Case of Identity," World's Great Detective Stories. One Volume Edition. New York: Walter J. Black, [c.1928]. p. 131-143.

On cover and spine: Great Detective Stories.

Printed in double columns on thin paper.

Bound in leather.

In the Table of Contents the titles of the stories are listed under volume numbers 1 through 10. In another edition the volume numbers have been omitted from the Table of Contents.

C427. "A Case of Identity," World's Great Detective Stories. One Volume Edition. New York: Walter J. Black, [1928]. p. 131-143.

On spine: Collected Detective Stories of the World. The Giant International Series.

Printed in double columns.

C428. "A Case of Identity," World's Great Detective Stories. Roslyn, N.Y.: Black's Readers Service Co., [c.1928]. p. 131-143.

Printed in double columns.

Red cloth lettered gilt against black background on spine.

C429. "A Case of Identity," Baffling Detective Stories, by Masters of Mystery. New York: Walter J. Black, [c.1928]. p. 129-141. Abridged from the World's Great Detective Stories.

Spine title: Baffling Detective Stories, by the Great Masters of Mystery.

Printed in double columns.

Green cloth lettered black; title in gilt against black background on spine.

Also, dark red cloth lettered black on spine.

C430. A Case of Identity: Tale of Sherlock Holmes. Skokie, Ill.: The Black Cat Press, 1984. 87 p. 2 1/4 x 1 5/8 in.

Printed in an edition of 249 copies on ivory paper in black and green.

Bound in green pigskin leather, with front and spine stamped in gilt; profile of Holmes on cover.

Design, topography and production by Norman F. Forgue. Bound by John Lariviere.

C431. "A Case of Identity," The 101 World's Great Mystery Stories. New York: Blue Ribbon Books, [c.1928 by Walter J. Black]. p. 131-143.

Printed in double columns.

Light brown cloth lettered black on spine; top edge tinted.

C432. "A Case of Identity," New York: The William Bradford Press, [1930]. 61 p. (The Big Type Library, 1)

C433. "A Case of Identity," Chicago; New York: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 201-230, 3-159 p. (The Flashlight Detective Series, No. 54)

Cover illustration of Holmes in front of a large magnifying glass through which are seen two men sitting at a table.

Also contains: My Friend the Murderer. -- The Silver Hachet. -- The Gully of Bluemansdyke. -- The Parson of Jackman's Gulch.

C434. "A Case of Identity," Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 201-230, 5-189 p.

Brownish red cloth with floral design and letters in silver; edges tinted; bubble design on endpapers.

Also contains: Sign.

C435. "A Case of Identity," Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 201-230, 5-189 p.

Light blue cloth with design and letters in silver.

Also contains: Sign.

C436. A Case of Identity and Other Stories. New York: Hurst & Co, [1901]. 30, 30, 30 p. (The Universal Library, No. 294, December 17, 1901)

Also contains: The Captain of the "Pole-Star". -- John Barrington Cowles.

C437. "A Case of Identity," The Secret of Goresthorpe Grange, and A Case of Identity. New York: George Munro's Sons, [n.d.]. p. 43-82.

Also contains: John Barrington Cowles.

C438. "A Case of Identity," The Secret of Goresthorpe Grange, and A Case of Identity. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1896]. p. 45-82. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 184, May 6, 1896, Issued daily)

C439. "A Case of Identity," London, New York: F. Tennyson Neely, Publisher, 1899. 93 p. (Neely's Booklet Series, No. 16, April 17, 1899)

C440. "A Case of Identity," New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d., ca. 1895]. 30 p. (The Handy Classic Series, Choice Stories by Famous Authors, No. 10)

C441. A Case of Identity and Other Stories. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 30 p. (each story).

On spine: Rosebud Edition.

Each story has a special title page.

Gray cloth lettered dark blue; ornate ruled border on cover.

Also, tan cloth lettered dark blue; ornate ruled border on cover.

Also contains: The Man from Archangel. -- The Captain of the "Pole-Star". -- John Barrington Cowles.

C442. A Case of Identity and Other Stories. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 30 p. (each story), [2] p. ads. (The Rosebud Edition of Selected Works, No. 5)

Cover and spine title: A Case of Identity.

On spine: Rosebud Edition.

Tan cloth (linen finish style) lettered light blue, with double ruled ornamental light blue border on cover.

Contents: Iden. -- Scan. -- The Man from Archangel. -- The Captain of the "Pole-Star". -- John Barrington Cowles.

C443. A Case of Identity and Other Stories. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 30 p. (each story), [2] p. ads.

Cover and spine title: A Case of Identity.

Tan cloth lettered dark brown; branch with leaves and row of four sunflowers on cover; reddish orange leaf design on endpapers.

Contents as above.

C444. A Case of Identity: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Baltimore: I. & M. Ottenheimer, [n.d.]. 227-255, 5-61 p. (Old Sleuth's Series, No. 10)

On cover: A Case of Identity or A Detective's Wonderful Narrative, by Old Sleuth.

Also contains: Romeo and Juliet.

C445. A Case of Identity: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Baltimore: I. & M. Ottenheimer, [n.d.]. 227-255, 5-61 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Detective Library)

Contents as above.

C446. A Case of Identity. Sacramento: Press of Arden Park, [June 1987]. 129 p. illus. 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in.

Original Sidney Paget drawings in blue.

Light blue cloth lettered gilt on spine. White jacket lettered black and blue.

Limited to 120 numbered copies; signed by the publisher, Budd Westreich.

C447. A Case of Identity. [Chicago: Max Stein, n.d.] 45-82, 3-75 p. (Atlantic Library, No. 44)

Cover title: A Case of Identity; or, Sherlock Holmes the Detective.

Also contains: For Himself Alone.

C448. A Case of Identity: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co, [n.d.]. 227-255, 115 p. (American Detective Series, No. 4)

Also contains: The American Monte-Cristo, by "Old Sleuth."

C449. A Case of Identity: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co, [n.d.]. 227-255, 115, 47 p. (American Detective Series, No. 4)

Also contains: The American Monte-Cristo, by "Old Sleuth". -- Beyond the City (chapters 1-5).

C450. A Case of Identity: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co, [n.d.]. 1 v. (various pagings). (American Detective Series, No. 4)

Partial contents: Iden. -- RedH.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C451. "A Case of Identity," Baltimore Weekly Sun (October 3, 1891), 1.

C452. "A Case of Identity," The Boston Herald (September 6, 1891), 27.

C453. "A Case of Identity," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 2 (May 21, 1911). 14 p. illus. Printed in double columns.

With Sherlockian ads for Holeproof Hosiery (Talbot Co.) and Pippins 5¢ cigars (H. Traiser & Co.).

C454. "A Case of Identity," Cincinnati Times-Star (September 8, 1891), 6; (September 9, 1891), 6.

C455. "A Case of Identity," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (September 5, 1891), 10.

C456. "A Case of Identity," Glasgow Weekly Mail (October 13, 1894), 7.

C457. "A Case of Identity," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (September 5, 1891), 13. illus.

C458. "A Case of Identity," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (April 30, 1905), 1-2.

C459. "A Case of Identity," San Francisco Examiner (October 4, 1891), 17. illus.

C460. "A Case of Identity," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (October 14, 1904), 4; (October 21, 1904), 4.

C461. "A Case of Identity," Seattle Post-Intelligencer (September 6, 1891), 14. illus.

C462. "A Case of Identity," Stoll's Editorial News, 4, supplements (April 14, 1921), v-viii; (April 21, 1921), i-iii. illus.

C463. "A Case of Identity," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 2, No. 9 (September 1891), 248-259. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 3)

First appearance.

C464. "A Case of Identity," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 2, Nos. 9-10 (September-October 1891), 248-259.

C465. "A Case of Identity," Toledo Daily Blade (September 7, 1891).

C466. "A Case of Identity," The Washington Post (September 6, 1891), 15. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Illustrious Client

 

C467. The Illustrious Client. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 144)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C468. "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," Illustrated by John Richard Flanagan. Collier's, 74, No. 19 (November 8, 1924), 5-7, 30, 32, 34.

First appearance.

C469. "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (March 29, 1925), 2, 8. illus.

C470. "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] (April 18, 1925), 17. illus.

C471. "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," [Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele]. Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (April 5, 1925), 7-8, 22.

C472. "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," [Illustrated by Howard K. Elcock]. The Strand Magazine, 69, No. 410 (February 1925), 108-118; 69, No. 411 (March 1925), 259-266.

C473. "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (March 23, 1930), 10-11; (March 30, 1930), 7-8. illus.

C474. "The Adventure of the Illustrious Client," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (April 5, 1925), 1, 3, 7. illus.

 

The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax

 

C475. "The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax," Ellery Queen's Challenge to the Reader: An Anthology. New York: The American Mercury, [n.d.]. p. 109-125. (Mercury Mysteries, No. 68)

The names of Holmes and Watson have been changed to Pharaoh Jones and Dr. Dover, and the reader is asked to identify the author and detective.

C476. "The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax," Ellery Queen's Challenge to the Reader: An Anthology. Garden City, N.Y.: Blue Ribbon Books, [1940]. p. 458-478.

Black cloth lettered orange on spine.

C477. "The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax," Ellery Queen's Challenge to the Reader: An Anthology. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., [1938]. p. 458-478.

"In which Mr. Pharaoh Jones evinces a curious interest in Dr. Shlessinger's left ear."

"What famous author wrote `The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax' and who is Mr. `Pharaoh Jones'?"

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C478. "The Disappearance of Lady Carfax," Illustrations by Frederic Dorr Steele. The American Magazine, 73, No. 2 (December 1911), 130-142.

Cover profile portrait of Holmes wearing a deerstalker.

C479. "The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax," Illustrated by Alec Ball. The Strand Magazine, 42, No. 252 (December 1911), 602-614. First appearance.

C480. "The Disappearance of Lady Carfax," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (January 19, 1930), 9, 19. illus.

 

His Last Bow

 

C481. "His Last Bow: An Epilogue of Sherlock Holmes," Best Secret Service Stories 2. Edited with an introduction by John Welcome [John Brennan]. London: Faber and Faber, [1965]. p. 109-124.

C482. "221b, Baker Street," Bed and Sometimes Breakfast: An Anthology of Landladies. Compiled by Philip Owens. [London]: The Sylvan Press, [1944]. p. 49. illus.

A selection from Last.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C483. "His Last Bow: The War Service of Sherlock Holmes," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 60, No. 2 (September 22, 1917), 5-7, 47-49.

Cover illustration of Holmes disguised as Altamont.

C484. "His Last Bow: The War Service of Sherlock Holmes," Illustrated by A. Gilbert. The Strand Magazine, 54, No. 321 (September 1917), 226-236.

First appearance.

 

The Adventure of the Lion's Mane

 

C485. The Adventure of the Lion's Mane. With an introduction by Colin Dexter and an afterword by Richard Lancelyn Green. Westminster Libraries/ The Sherlock Holmes Society of London, [1992]. 102 p. (8 x 6 1/2 in.)

Frontispiece by Howard K. Elcock.

Published in a standard edition and a deluxe slipcase edition of 100 numbered copies, signed by Colin Dexter, Richard Lancelyn Green, and Dame Jean Conan Doyle.

A facsimile of the manuscript (42 p.) in the Sherlock Holmes Collection, Marylebone Library. From the collection of Alfred T. Miller.

Review: BSPB, No. 13 (January 1993), 17 (Morris Riarty).

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C486. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Buffalo Evening News/Saturday Literary and Magazine Supplement (February 5, 1927), 3-4. illus.

C487. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," [Illustration by Frederic Dorr Steele]. The Courier-Journal/Magazine Section [Louisville, Ky.] (February 6, 1927), 3-4.

C488. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," The Daily Oklahoman [Oklahoma City] (February 6, 1927), D-6, D-14. illus.

C489. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] (February 5, 1927), 6. illus.

C490. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. Liberty: A Weekly for the Whole Family, 3, No. 30 (November 27, 1926), 18, 21, 23, 25-26, 29, 31.

"The famous detective solves a riddle of death from the depths of the sea." (Subtitle)

First appearance.

C491. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. Liberty, 2, No. 3 (Fall 1976), 26-31.

Reprint of above.

C492. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (February 6, 1927), 16-18. illus.

C493. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Omaha Sunday World-Herald, Magazine section (February 6, 1927), 1-2. illus.

C494. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Pittsburgh Gazette Times (February 6, 1927), V, 4-5. illus.

C495. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," St. Louis Globe-Democrat (February 6, 1927), II, 3, 11. illus.

C496. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Illustrated by Howard K. Elcock. The Strand Magazine, 72, No. 432 (December 1926), 539-550.

C497. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (February 23, 1930), 8-9. illus.

C498. "The Adventure of the Lion's Mane," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (February 13, 1927), 6-7. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone

 

C499. "The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone," The Faber Book of Stories. Edited by Kathleen Lines. London: Faber and Faber, [1960]. p. 73-90.

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine.

C500. The Stone of Mazarin. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 47 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 145)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C501. "The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone," Famous Stories. Edited by Norma Ruedi Ainsworth. Cover design by Paul Granger. New York: Scholastic Book Services, [1966]. p. 156-178. (T 765)

With a note about the author (p. 184).

2nd printing October 1968.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C502. "The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Hearst's International, 40, No. 5 (November 1921), 6-8, 64-65.

C503. "The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone," Illustrated by A. Gilbert. The Strand Magazine, 62, No. 370 (October 1921), 288-298.

First appearance.

C504. "The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (April 13, 1930), 6, 8. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter

 

C505. "The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter," Collier's Greatest Sports Stories. Edited by Tom Meany. New York: A.S. Barnes and Co., [1955]. p. 20-39.

2nd printing, n.d.

C506. The Missing Three-Quarter. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 63 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 137)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C507. "The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 34, No. 6 (November 26, 1904), 15, 18, 27-30. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 11)

Cover illustration of Holmes with Jeremy Dixon's white-and-tan Pompey on the leash.

C508. "The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 6 (June 18, 1911). 15 p. illus.

C509. "The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] The Strand Magazine, 28, No. 164 (August 1904), 122-135. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 11)

First appearance.

 

The Musgrave Ritual

 

C510. "The Musgrave Ritual," Murder in the First Reel. Edited by Bill Pronzini, Charles G. Waugh & Martin Harry Greenberg. With an introduction by Isaac Asimov. [New York]: Avon, [September 1985]. p. 56-80.

C511. "The Musgrave Ritual," Modern Stories for Modern Schools. Selected and edited by E.F. Kingston. Toronto; Vancouver: J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd., [1953]. p. 116-138. (Aldine Modern English Series)

9th printing 1962.

C512. "The Musgrave Ritual," Horizons. Vol. 3. In Silent Rooms. [Compiled by] Patricia A. Guthrie, Anne Patricia Campbell, [and] C. Helen Pielmeier. Rev. ed. [Boston]: Ginn and Co., [1970]. p. 70-93. illus. (Faith and Freedom Basic Readers)

----------, Workbook and Tests to Accompany Horizons. p. 59-60.

C513. The Musgrave Ritual. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (69 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (94 p.)

Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings. The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

C514. "The Musgrave Ritual," Man and His Fictions: An Introduction to Fiction-Making, Its Forms and Uses. [Edited by] Alvin B. Kernan, Peter Brooks, [and] J. Michael Holquist. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, [1973]. p. 340-355.

C515. The Musgrave Ritual. Tarzana, Calif.: Barbara J. Raheb, [n.d., 1979]. 71 p. 1 x 7/8 in. (Collector Editions in Miniature) Title on title page and spine: Sherlock Holmes.

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C516. The Musgrave Ritual. [Rev. ed.] Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1980. 46 p. illus. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 151)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C517. "The Musgrave Ritual," Thirteen Classic Detective Stories: A Critical History of Detective Fiction, by Arthur Liebman. New York: Richards Rosen Press, [1974]. p. 44-63. (Masterworks of Mystery Series)

With an introduction, "Sherlock Holmes: Man and Legend" (p. 41-44).

----------, ----------. Teacher's Manual. p. 14-17.

C518. The Musgrave Ritual. [Buffalo, N.Y.: T. & M. Manuscripts, 1977.] 1 sheet. First edition, limited to 35 copies, in calligraphy on burned and antiqued parchment, by Michael J. Licata and Thomas S. Galbo.

Second, unlimited edition done by photo-offset.

The "Ritual" in Musg.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C519. "The Musgrave Ritual". Baltimore Weekly Sun (July 1, 1893), 1.

C520. "The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual," Glasgow Weekly Mail (September 15, 1894), 7.

C521. "The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual," The Grand Magazine, 53 (May 1928), 364-374.

C522. "The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1899 (May 13, 1893), 453-455, 458. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C523. "The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (June 4, 1905), 7-8.

C524. "The Musgrave Ritual," Pennsylvania Grit Story Companion [Williamsport], 23, No. 7, Story Companion No. 522 (January 15, 1905), 9-13.

C525. "The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 5, No. 29 (May 1893), 479-489. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 18)

First appearance.

C526. "The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 5 (June 1893), 479-489.

 

The Naval Treaty

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C527. "The Adventure of the Naval Treaty," Glasgow Weekly Mail (November 17, 1894), 7; (November 24, 1894), 7.

C528. "The Adventure of the Naval Treaty," The Grand Magazine, 57 (May 1930), 265-283.

C529. "The Naval Treaty," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1921 (October 14, 1893), 978-980; 37, No. 1922 (October 21, 1893), 1006-1007, 1010. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C530. "The Adventure of the Naval Treaty," Illustrated by Dan Smith and Raleigh. New York World, Sunday magazine (July 9, 1905), 8; (July 16, 1905), 6.

C531. "The Naval Treaty," Pennsylvania Grit Story Companion [Williamsport], 23, No. 25, Story Companion No. 540 (May 21, 1905), 1-8. illus.

C532. "The Adventure of the Naval Treaty," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 6, No. 34 (October 1893), 392-403; 6, No. 35 (November 1893), 459-468. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 23)

First appearance.

C533. "The Adventure of the Naval Treaty," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 6, No. 34 (November 1893), 392-403; 6, No. 35 (December 1893), 459-468.

Contents pages dated October and November 1893, respectively.

 

The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor

 

C534. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Sherlock Holmes in America. [Compiled by] Bill Blackbeard. New York: Harry N. Abrams, [1981]. p. 228-234.

C535. The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor. [New York: The Benjamin Co. for Flint Laboratories, n.d., 1970.] 32 p. 5 3/8 x 4 3/16 in. (Sherlock Holmes, Bk. 4)

One of six Sherlock Holmes promotional booklets distributed to physicians in the U.S.

Booklet also listed in a set.

C536. The Noble Bachelor. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 63 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 118)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C537. "Adventures of a Noble Bachelor," Atlanta Constitution (April 24, 1892), 14. illus.

C538. "The Noble Bachelor," Baltimore Weekly Sun (May 28, 1892), 1.

C539. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Cincinnati Commercial Gazette (March 27, 1892), 22. illus.

C540. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (March 12, 1892), 4. illus.

C541. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Glasgow Weekly Mail (May 19, 1894), 7.

C542. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (March 13, 1892), 30. illus.

C543. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (September 3, 1905), 8-9.

C544. "The Story of the Missing Bride," The Philadelphia Inquirer (March 13, 1892), 16. illus.

C545. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Pittsburgh Press (March 12, 1892), 5; (March 13, 1892), 10. illus.

C546. "The Adventures of a Nobleman," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (March 13, 1892), 26; (March 20, 1892), 26. illus.

C547. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," San Francisco Examiner (March 13, 1892), 19. illus.

C548. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (January 20, 1905), 4; (January 27, 1905), 4.

C549. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Seattle Post-Intelligencer (March 12, 1892), 14. illus.

C550. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," Stolls' Editorial News, 5, supplements (May 19, 1921), i-iv; (May 26, 1921), i-iv; (June 2, 1921), vii-viii. illus.

C551. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 3, No. 16 (April 1892), 386-399. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 10)

First appearance.

C552. "The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget.] The Strand Magazine [New York], 3 (May 1892), 386-399.

Contents page is dated April 1892.

 

The Adventure of the Norwood Builder

 

C553. The Adventure of the Norwood Builder. [New York]: Bristol Laboratories, Div. of Bristol-Myers Co., September 1982. 23 p. illus. (ME033-1C)

One in a set of six promotional booklets.

The others are Spec, Blue, RedH, Danc, and Scan.

C554. The Adventure of the Norwood Builder, Prose and Poetry for Canadians: Enjoyment. Edited by J.W. Chalmers [and] H.T. Coutts. [Toronto]: J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd., [1951]. p. 238-263.

With a biography and questions.

C555. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Values in Literature. [Edited by] Mary Ellen Chase, Arno Jewett, [and] William Evans. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1965]. p. 235-251. illus. (Houghton Mifflin Literature Series)

With notes and questions.

----------, ----------. Teacher's ed. 14, 660 p.

C556. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Beacon Lights of Literature. Book 1. [Edited] by Rudolph W. Chamberlain and Edwin B. Richards. Syracuse, N.Y.: Iroquois Pub. Co., [1931]. p. 85-110.

With a note on the author and story, questions, and exercises.

C557. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Illustrated by Gleason. Action! Beacon Lights of Literature. [Edited] by Georgia Gantt Winn, Rudolph W. Chamberlain, [and] Robert L. Chamberlain. Syracuse, N.Y.: Iroquois Pub. Co., [1952]. p. 85-103.

Printed in double columns.

C558. The Norwood Builder. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 69 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 149)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C559. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Prose and Poetry for Enjoyment. Edited by H [Hiram] Ward McGraw. Catholic edition edited by Julian L. Maline and William J. McGucken. Illustrated by Guy Brown Wiser. Syracuse, N.Y.: The L.W. Singer Co., [1940]. p. 95-119. (The New Prose and Poetry Series, [3])

C560. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Prose and Poetry for Enjoyment. Edited by Elizabeth Frances Ansorge, Harriet Marcelia Lucas, Raymond F. McCoy, [and] Donald MacLean Tower. Design and illustrations by Guy Brown Wiser. Syracuse, N.Y.: The L.W. Singer Co., [1942]. p. 606-630.

C561. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Prose and Poetry for Enjoyment. Edited by Harriet Marcelia Lucas [and] Herman M. Ward. Designed and illustrated by Guy Brown Wiser. Syracuse, N.Y.: The L.W. Singer Co., [1950]. p. 308-330. (The Prose and Poetry Series, 9th Year)

With notes.

C562. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Prose and Poetry for Enjoyment. 2nd ed. [Edited by] Julian L. Maline [and] Joseph F. Downey. Syracuse, N.Y.: The L.W. Singer Co., [1955]. p. 28-46. illus. (St. Thomas More Series)

With notes.

Printed in double columns.

C563. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Prose and Poetry for Enjoyment. 5th ed. [Edited by] J. Kenner Agnew [and] Agnes L. McCarthy. Design by Stefan Salter. Illustrations by William Sharp. Syracuse, N.Y.: The L.W. Singer Co., [1955]. p. 416-435. (Prose and Poetry, [Vol. 1])

Printed in double columns.

High school literature anthology.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C564. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Black Cat Mystery Magazine, No. 1 (1981), 3-29.

C565. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," Illustrated by F.D. Steele. Collier's, 32, No. 5 (October 31, 1903), 16-18, 28-31. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 2)

Cover illustration of Holmes in his dressing gown studying a handprint on the wall.

First appearance.

C566. "The Adventure of the Norwood Builder," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 26, No. 155 (November 1903), 482-496. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 2)

 

The Adventure of the Priory School

 

C567. "The Adventure of the Priory School," My Favorite Mystery Stories. Selected and edited by Maureen Daly. New York: Bantam Books, [June 1968]. p. 69-102. (Bantam Pathfinder Editions, HP4238).

C568. "The Adventure of the Priory School," The World's Greatest Detective Stories. [Foreword by Howard Spring.] London: Daily Express Publications, 1934. p. 401-431. illus.

C569. "The Adventure of the Priory School," My Favorite Mystery Stories. Selected and edited by Maureen Daly. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., [1966]. p. 86-128.

C570. "The Adventure of the Priory School," 30 Stories to Remember. Selected by Thomas B. Costain and John Beecroft. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [1962]. p. 547-568.

C571. The Adventure of the Priory School. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.; 2 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (105 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (2 v., 76 p. ea.).

Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings.

The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

C572. "The Adventure of the Priory School," The Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery and Horror. First Series. Edited by Dorothy L. Sayers. London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., [September 1928]. p. 178-207.

Spine title: Detection, Mystery, Horror.

2nd impression April 1929, 3rd impression (first cheap edition) May 1930; 4th impression September 1930; 5th impression August 1931; 6th impression June 1932; 7th impression January 1933; 8th impression December 1933; 9th impression July 1935; 10th impression (3/6 edition) January 1937; 16th impression January 1954.

C573. "The Adventure of the Priory School," The Omnibus of Crime. Edited by Dorothy L. Sayers. New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co., 1929. p. 127-150.

Reissued in 1961.

C574. "The Adventure of the Priory School," Tales of Detection and Mystery from "The Omnibus of Crime". Edited by Dorothy L. Sayers. New York: Macfadden-Bartell Corp., 1962. p. 67-93.

"A Macfadden Book, 50-143."

C575. "The Adventure of the Priory School," The Omnibus of Crime. Edited by Dorothy L. Sayers. New York: Payson and Clarke Ltd., 1929. p. 161-190.

1st printing August 1929.

C576. The Priory School. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 85 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 130)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C577. The Adventure of the Priory School. A facsimile of the original manuscript in the Marvin P. Epstein Sherlock Holmes Collection. Introduction by Len Deighton. Santa Barbara: Santa Teresa Press, 1985. [83] p.

"The first printing of the manuscript of The Adventure of the Priory School is limited to 350 numbered copies. Additionally, there are 26 lettered copies, each bound in a deluxe binding by the Dragonfly Bindery-Studio. All copies have been signed by Len Deighton. Designed and printed by Graham Mackintosh."

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C578. "The Adventure of the Priory School," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 32, No. 18 (January 30, 1904), 18-20, 25, 27-30. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 5)

Cover illustration of Holmes in the Peak country, with a grove of trees known as the Ragged Shaw and the Priory School in the background.

First appearance.

C579. "The Adventure of the Priory School," The Grand Magazine, 53 (April 1928), 183-199.

C580. "The Adventure of the Priory School," The Saint Detective Magazine, 8, No. 5 (November 1957), 54-80.

C581. "The Adventure of the Priory School," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 27, No. 158 (February 1904), 122-140. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 5)

 

The Adventure of the Red Circle

 

C582. The Red Circle. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 55 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 150)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C583. "The Adventure of the Red Circle," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 5 (June 11, 1911). 14 p. illus.

C584. "The Adventure of the Red Circle," Saturday Evening Mail [New York] (May 20, 1911); (May 27, 1911). 16 p. supplements.

C585. "The Adventure of the Red Circle," Illustrated by H.M. Brock & Joseph Simpson (pt. 1) and by H.M. Brock (pt. 2). The Strand Magazine, 41, No. 243 (March 1911), 258-266; 41, No. 244 (April 1911), 428-434.

"A Reminiscence of Sherlock Holmes."

First appearance.

C586. "The Adventure of the Red Circle," The Strand Magazine [New York], 41, No. 243 (April 1911), 290-298; 41, No. 244 (May 1911), 472-478.

"A Reminiscence of Sherlock Holmes."

Illustrations as above.

Illustration by Simpson repeated, in striking color, on cover.

C587. "The Adventure of the Red Circle," Illustrated by Inder Burns. Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (March 16, 1930), 6-7.

 

The Red-Headed League

 

C588. "The Red-Headed League," A World of Experience. [New York]: American Book Co., [1963]. p. 375-395. (Worlds of Literature, by Matilda Bailey and Ullin W. Leavell)

With notes and illustrations.

Printed in double columns.

C589. "The Red-Headed League," Modern Short Stories. Edited with introduction and notes by Frederick Houk Law. New York: D. Appleton-Century Co., [May 1931]. p. 166-191, 288-289, 301.

C590. "The Red-Headed League," Tales of Mystery and Melodrama. Edited, with an introduction by Leonard R.N. Ashley. Woodbury, N.Y.: Barron's Educational Series, [1977]. p. 213-239. illus.

With a photograph of Doyle, a brief introduction, and ten Paget illustrations.

Printed in double columns.

C591. The Red-Headed League. [New York: The Benjamin Co. for Flint Laboratories, n.d. 1970.] 32 p. 5 3/8 x 4 3/16 in. (Sherlock Holmes, Bk. 5)

One of six Sherlock Holmes promotional booklets distributed to physicians in the U.S.

Booklet also listed in a set.

C592. "The Red-Headed League," Great Detective Stories of the World. Edited by Joseph Lewis French. [New York]: Albert & Charles Boni, [August 1932]. Pt. 3, p. 247-287. (Bonibooks Series)

2nd printing December 1932; 3rd printing January 1934; 4th printing February 1935.

First published by The Dial Press, 1924, 1929.

C593. "The Red-Headed League," Short Stories of Distinction. Edited with notes and questions by L.H. Newell and J.W. MacDonald. Agincourt: The Book Society of Canada, [1960]. p. 144-171.

C594. "The Red-Headed League," [New York]: Bristol Laboratories, Div. of Bristol-Myers Co., September 1982. 23 p. illus. (ME033-4C)

One in a set of six promotional booklets. The others are Norw, Spec, Blue, Danc, and Scan.

C595. "The Red-Headed League," [Louisville, Ky.: Brown & Williamson Tobacco Corp., 1965.] 64 p. 3 x 4 in.

"This famous Sherlock Holmes tale is presented for your enjoyment by Sir Walter Raleigh."

C596. "The Red-Headed League," Abridged from The Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Challenges. Book 8. Sacramento: California State Department of Education, 1969. p. 224-248. (California State Series)

With four color illustrations and a note on Doyle (p. 222-223).

First published by Scott, Foresman and Co., 1967.

C597. "The Red-Headed League," Modern Short Stories: A Book for High Schools. Edited with introduction and notes by Frederick Houk Law. New York: The Century Co., 1918. p. 166-191.

With critical comment (p. 288-289) and suggested questions (p. 301).

Reprinted 1919, 1921, 1923.

C598. The Red-Headed League. [Chicago: Bertha M. Clay, n.d.] 21, 104 p. (Atlantic Library, No. 42)

Cover and spine title: Sherlock Holmes and The Red Headed League.

Also contains: The Dark House.

C599. "The Red-Headed League," Illustration by Frederic Dorr Steele. The Junior Classics. Edited by Mabel Williams and Marcia Dalphin. With introduction by William Allan Neilson ...; Introduction to first edition by Charles W. Eliot. William W. Beardsley, Editorial Director. Popular edition. Illustrated. Vol. 9. Sport and Adventure. [New York]: P.F. Collier & Son Corp., [1938]. p. 190-214.

On cover: The Young Folks' Shelf of Books.

53rd printing 1956.

C600. "The Red-Headed League," The New Junior Classics. Edited by Mabel Williams and Marcia Dalphin. With introduction by William Allan Neilson ... and introduction to the first edition by Charles W. Eliot. William W. Beardsley, editorial director. With over one thousand illustrations in color. Vol. 9. Sport and Adventure. [New York]: P.F. Collier & Son Corp., [1938]. p. 236-266.

With three illustrations by Frederic Dorr Steele.

On cover: The Young Folks' Shelf of Books.

Reprinted (de luxe ed.) 1949.

C601. "The Red-Headed League," Theme and Variation in the Short Story. Edited by De Lancey Ferguson, Harold A. Blaine [and] Wilson R. Dumble. New York: The Cordon Co., [1938]. p. 278-304.

With questions and a note on Doyle (p. 546-547).

C602. "The Red-Headed League," Cherished Classics. Selected by Ellery Queen. [Des Moines, Iowa: The Masterpieces of Mystery Library, c.1978 by Davis Publications.] p. 27-49. illus. (Masterpieces of Mystery)

Simulated royal red leather with design and letters in gilt.

C603. "The Red-Headed League," Great Detective Stories. [Vol. 3]: From Costello to Stevenson. Edited by Joseph Lewis French. New York: Lincoln MacVeagh/The Dial Press, 1924. p. 247-287. (The Dial Detective Library)

C604. "The Red-Headed League," Great Detective Stories of the World. Edited by Joseph Lewis French. New York: Lincoln MacVeagh/The Dial Press, 1929. Pt. 3, p. 247-287.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge tinted.

C605. "The Red-Headed League," The Golden Argosy: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language. Edited, and with comments, by Charles Grayson and Van H. Cartmell. New York: The Dial Press, 1947. p. 147-166.

C606. "The Red-Headed League," The Golden Argosy: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language. [Rev. ed.] Edited by Van H. Cartmell & Charles Grayson. New York: The Dial Press, [1955]. p. 147-166.

Jacket by Warren Chappell and Hollis Holland.

C607. The Redheaded League. [New York]: Educational Progress, a division of Educational Development Corp., [1976]. 21 p.

Cover illustration by Lyle Miller.

An adaptation.

C608. "The Red-Headed League," Jack Harkaway After Schooldays, by Bracebridge Hemyng. New York: Federal Book Co., [n.d.]. 231, 25 p.

C609. "The Red-Headed League," The Golden Argosy: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Short Stories in the English Language. Edited, and with comments, by Charles Grayson and Van H. Cartmell. Garden City, N.Y.: Garden City Pub. Co., [c.1947]. p. 147-166.

First published by The Dial Press, 1947.

C610. The Red-Headed League. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (83 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (115 p.). Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings. The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

C611. "The Redheaded League," Introduction to Literature. [Edited by] William Eller, Betty Yvonne Welch [and] Edward J. Gordon. [Boston]: Ginn and Co., [c.1967, 1964]. p. 566-587. illus. (Ginn Literature Series)

With notes and questions.

----------, ----------. Teacher's Handbook and Key, [by] Betty Yvonne Welch. p. 394-402.

C612. "The Red-Headed League," Specimens of Prose Composition. Edited by Frank Wilson Cheney Hersey and Chester Noyes Greenough. Rev. ed. Boston: Ginn and Co., [1923]. p. 393-419.

With notes and comments (p. 505-506).

First published 1907.

C613. "The Red-Headed League," Great Moments from Great Stories. Edited with notes and an introduction by Thomas L. Doyle. New York: Globe Book Co., [1928]. p. 219-243.

With notes (p. 14-15).

Reprinted (revised) 1939 (twice), 1940, 1941, 1946, 1951.

C614. "The Redheaded League," Adventures in Reading. 3rd ed. [Edited by] Jacob M. Ross [and] Blanche Jennings Thompson. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., [1949]. p. 175-189.

With an introduction, photograph of Doyle, and questions.

Printed in double columns.

For grade 9.

RedH not in 2nd ed., 1941.

C615. "The Redheaded League," Adventures in Reading. Mercury edition. [Edited by] Jacob M. Ross, Blanche Jennings Thompson, [and] Evan Lodge. [Drawings by John Moment.] New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., [1952]. p. 94-110.

With a scene from the 1939 The Hound of the Baskervilles.

Printed in double columns.

C616. "The Redheaded League," Adventures in Reading. Newman edition. [Drawings by John Moment.] New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., [1954]. p. 94-110.

Printed in double columns.

C617. "The Red-Headed League," Adventures for Readers. Book Two. Classic edition. [Prepared by Egbert W. Nieman, Elizabeth C. O'Daly, and Thomas M. Folds.] New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, [1968]. p. 301-319. illus. (The Adventures in Literature Program, Grade 8)

With notes and questions.

----------, ----------. Teacher's Manual. p. 120-124.

C618. "The Red-Headed League," Great Short Stories. Edited by Wilbur Schramm. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1950. p. 382-407.

With biography and questions.

Grades 10-12.

C619. "The Red-Headed League," Short Stories of To-day. Selected by J.W. Marriott. London: George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd, [1924]. p. 110-139. (The Harrap Library, Vol. 25)

C620. "The Red-Headed League," Great Mystery Stories. Compiled by Eleanor M. Edwards. Illustrated by David Stone. [Designed by Stefan Salter.] New York: Hart Pub. Co., [1960]. p. 114-161. (Sunrise Library)

Gray boards with orange spine lettered black.

Illustration from page 150 reproduced on jacket.

"Gripping stories of the master sleuth hounds -- Sherlock Holmes, Arsene Lupin, The Thinking Machine. As a display of power in deduction, these stories are utterly superb." (Jacket)

Published in a trade ("jacket") and library edition.

C621. "The Red-Headed League," Great Mystery Stories. Compiled by Eleanor M. Edwards. Illustrated by David Stone. [Designed by Stefan Salter.] New York: Hart Pub. Co., [1960]. p. 114-161. (World-Famous, No. 202)

Illustration from pages 130-131 reproduced on cover.

"Gripping exploits of the master sleuths of all time." (Cover).

C622. "The Redheaded League," Reading English Literature, by Gladys Campbell and Russell Thomas. Boston: D.C. Heath and Co., [1944]. p. 250-274.

With photographs of Doyle and Gillette, a reading and study guide, and a biographical sketch.

C623. "The Red-Headed League," Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern. Charles Dudley Warner, editor. New York: R.S. Peale and J.A. Hill, Publishers, [1897]. Vol. 8, p. 4815-4838.

C624. "The Red-Headed League," Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern. Charles Dudley Warner, editor. Memorial edition de luxe. New York: J.A. Hill & Co., [1902]. Vol. 12, p. 4815-4838.

----------, ----------. Teacher's edition. Vol. 8, p. 4815-4838.

C625. "The Red-Headed League," Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern. Charles Dudley Warner, editor. Edition de Luxe. New York: J.A. Hill & Co., [1902]. Vol. 8, p. 4815-4838.

With a portrait of Dr. Conan Doyle.

C626. "The Red-Headed League," A Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern. Charles Dudley Warner, editor. Century edition. New York: The International Society, 1897. Vol. 12, p. 4815-4838.

Limited to 1000 numbered copies.

First published by R.S. Peale and J.A. Hill, c.1896.

C627. "The Red-Headed League," Basic Reading. Book 8. Teacher's edition. [Edited by] Glenn McCracken [and] Charles C. Walcutt in collaboration with Alan S. Wheelock [and] Janet L. Schaus. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., [1965]. p. 90-93, 267-289. illus.

----------, ----------. Workbook. p. 106-107.

C628. "The Redheaded League," Reading English Literature, by Gladys Campbell and Russell Thomas. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1944. p. 250-274.

With a reading and study guide.

Also published by D.C. Heath, 1944.

C629. "The Red-Headed League," Fifty Best Stories from The People's Home Journal and Good Literature. New York: F.M. Lupton, 1904. p. 63-69.

Printed in double columns.

White paper covers with floral border and letters in black.

C630. "The Red-Headed League," Representative Modern Short Stories. Edited by Alexander Jessup. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1929. p. 507-524.

C631. "The Red-Headed League," Currents in Fiction. A revision of Short Stories I [1961]. [Edited by] Virginia Alwin. New York: The Macmillan Co., [1968]. p. 87-110, 293. (Macmillan Literary Heritage)

With notes and questions.

Not in Short Stories I, 1961.

C632. "The Red-Headed League," Man in the Fictional Mode. Editor: Hannah Beate Haupt. Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell & Co., [1971]. p. 104-127. (Man, Vol. 2)

C633. "The Red-Headed League," [Illustrated by Ben Otero]. McDougal, Littell Literature. Blue Level. [Edited by] David W. Foote [and] Brenda Pierce Perkins. Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell & Co., [1984]. p. 117-132. illus.

With questions, exercises, and biography.

Grades 7-12.

----------, ----------. Teacher's Manual. p. 32-34.

C634. "The Red-Headed League," Insights: Themes in Literature. St. Louis: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Webster Division, 1967. p. 44-59. illus. (The Themes and Writers Series. G. Robert Carlsen, General Editor)

C635. "The Red-Headed League," Short Stories of Various Types. Edited with an introduction and notes by Laura F. Freck. New York: Charles E. Merrill Co., [1920]. p. 203-237. (Merrill's English Texts)

With notes, suggested reading list, and suggestions for further study (p. 309-310, 318, 325)

Blue cloth lettered dark blue.

C636. "The Red-Headed League," Interest Trails in Literature. Book Three. [Edited] by Helene Willey Hartley. New York: Charles E. Merrill Co., [1936]. p. 7-35.

With questions, reading problem, and biographical sketch of Doyle (p. 35-36, 727-729, 768-769).

Grades 7-9.

C637. "The Redheaded League," Ideas in Literature. Selected and edited by Leland B. Jacobs and Shelton L. Root, Jr. Book 3. Dimensions. Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill Books, [1966]. p. 340-353. illus.

With notes and questions.

C638. "The Red-Headed League," Fourteen Great Detective Stories. Edited, with an introduction by Vincent Starrett. New York: The Modern Library, [1928]. p. 21-46. (The Modern Library of the World's Best Books, No. 144)

Dull green cloth lettered gilt on spine; green and white endpapers with repetitive publisher's logo.

Also, dull green cloth lettered gilt on spine; orange and white endpapers with repetitive publisher's logo.

Dull blue cloth lettered gilt on spine; orange and white endpapers with repetitive publisher's logo.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt against black background on cover and spine; top edge tinted; gray endpapers with repetitive publisher's logo.

Jacket illustration by Galdone.

C639. "The Red-Headed League," Fourteen Great Detective Stories. (Rev. ed.) Edited, with an introduction by Howard Haycraft. New York: The Modern Library, [c.1949 by Random House]. p. 25-52. (The Modern Library of the World's Best Books)

Dark red cloth lettered gilt against black background on spine; covers blank; top edge tinted; gray endpapers with publisher's logo.

C640. "The Red-Headed League," Fourteen Great Detective Stories. (Rev. ed.) Edited, with an introduction by Howard Haycraft. New York: The Modern Library, [1949]. p. 25-52. (The Modern Library of the World's Best Books)

On spine: Buckram Reinforced 144.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt against black background on spine; covers blank.

C641. "The Adventure of the Red-Headed League," Crime and Detection. With an introduction by E.M. Wrong. Oxford University Press, Humphrey Milford, [1926]. p. 75-107. (The World's Classics, 301)

Spine title: Stories of Crime and Detection.

Greenish gray cloth lettered black on spine.

Also, dark green cloth lettered gilt on spine..

C642. "The Red-Headed League," Haunted Houseful. [Collected by] Alfred Hitchcock. [London: Pan Books, 1971.] p. 78-104. (Piccolo Books)

9th printing 1982.

First published in Great Britain by Max Reinhardt, 1962.

C643. "The Red-Headed League," Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., [n.d., 1978]. 46 p. (A Perfection Micro-Classic, MC 136)

C644. "The Red-Headed League," [Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., 1983.] 58 p.

"A Tale Blazer Book."

With questions and exercises (p. 45-58).

C645. "The Red-Headed League," Retold British Classics. [Edited by Kathy Myers and Beth Obermiller. Illustrated by Clint Hanson.] [Logan, Iowa]: The Perfection Form Co., [1987]. p. 19-53. (Retold Tales Series)

Published in hardcover (Cover Craft) and paperback editions.

C646. "The Red-Headed League," The Pocket Book of Great Detectives: Seventeen American and English Masterpieces of Detective Fiction. With an introduction by Alfred Hitchcock. Edited by Lee Wright. New York: Pocket Books, [May 1941]. p. 185-214. (No. 103)

Publisher's logo of a kangaroo with a deerstalker and magnifying glass on front cover.

C647. "The Red-Headed League," The Pocket Book of Great Detectives: Seventeen American and English Masterpieces of Detective Fiction. With an introduction by Alfred Hitchcock. Edited by Lee Wright. [Montreal]: Pocket Books of Canada Ltd., [13th printing, October 1944]. p. 185-214. (No. 103)

C648. The Red-Headed League. Sacramento: Press of Arden Park, [August 1985]. 121 p. illus. 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in.

Original Sidney Paget drawings in blue.

Dark blue cloth lettered gilt on spine, with white jacket lettered black and purple.

Limited to 120 numbered copies; signed by the publisher, Budd Westreich.

C649. The Red-Headed League. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 112)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C650. "The Red-Headed League," Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful. Illustrated by Fred Banbery. New York: Random House, [1961]. p. 109-134.

Published in a trade edition and a library edition (heavier paper).

C651. "The Red-Headed League," Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful. New York: Random House, [1985]. p. 135-167. Paperback edition, with cover illustration by Robert Adragna.

C652. "The Red-Headed League," Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful. Illustrated by Anthony Colbert. London: Max Reinhardt, [1962]. 1 v.

C653. "The Red-Headed League," Alfred Hitchcock's Haunted Houseful. [2nd ed.] London: Max Reinhardt, [1971]. p. 82-106.

Jacket by John Walsh.

Reprinted 1974, 1979.

C654. "The Red-Headed League: A Sherlock Holmes Thriller," The Chillers, by Dorothy Sayers, W.W. Jacobs, Amelia B. Edwards [and] A. Conan Doyle. Illustrated edition. Chicago: Royce Publishers, 1943. p. 87-128. 4 1/2 x 3 in. (Quick Readers, No. 104)

Cover illustration of the face and hands of a screaming woman.

"4 spine-tingling stories that will make you shudder and gasp -- for more!" (Cover).

C655. The Red-Headed League. Napa, Calif.: James H. Schmidt, 1986. 22 p. (Tales for Travellers: Short Stories by Great Writers, No. 32)

Printed on a single sheet of paper that folds to the size of a compact airline ticket envelope.

Also contains: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes, by James H. Schmidt.

C656. "The Redheaded League," Hit Parade of Mystery Stories. Edited by Norma Ruedi Ainsworth. Cover by David Lockhart. New York: Scholastic Book Services, [December 1963]. p. 57-95. (T 502)

3rd printing February 1967.

C657. "The Red-Headed League," Literature and Life. Book Two, by Edwin Greenlaw and Clarence Stratton. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1922]. p. 292-380. (12 Year Reading-Literature Program)

With notes and questions.

Printed in double columns.

C658. "The Red-Headed League," Literature and Life. Book Two. Special Edition, by Edwin Greenlaw, Dudley Miles and Clarence Stratton. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1929]. p. 24-40. (12 Year Reading-Literature Program)

C659. "The Red-Headed League," Literature and Life. Book Two, by Edwin Greenlaw and Clarence Stratton. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1936]. p. 292-380. (12 Year Reading-Literature Program)

C660. "The Red-Headed League," Literature and Life. Book Two, by Dudley Miles, Clarence Stratton, Robert C. Pooley, and Edwin Greenlaw. Rev. ed. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1936]. p. 17-32. illus. (Life-Reading Service)

C661. "The Red-Headed League," Literature and Life. Book Two, by Dudley Miles, Clarence Stratton, and Robert C. Pooley. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1941]. p. 35-51. illus. (Life-Reading Service)

C662. "The Red-Headed League," Literature and Life. Book Two, by Dudley Miles, Clarence Stratton, and Robert C. Pooley. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1947]. p. 36-51. illus. (Life-Reading Service)

"This book is a revision of Literature and Life, Book Two, c.1929, 1936, 1941."

C663. "The Red-Headed League," Abridged from The Adventures and Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Challenges. Book 8. [Glenview, Ill.]: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1967]. p. 224-248. (The New Basic Readers Curriculum Foundation Series)

With four excellent color illustrations and a note on Doyle (p. 222-223).

----------, ----------. Guidebook. [Glenview, Ill.]: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1968]. p. 99-102, 230. illus.

C664. "The Red-Headed League," A Treasury of Short Stories. Edited by Bernardine Kielty. New York: Simon and Schuster, [1947]. p. 169-185.

Printed in double columns.

C665. The Red-Headed League ... also, The Dark House: Two Knots Unraveled. Chicago: Max Stein, [n.d., ca.1908]. 21, 104, [2] p. ads. (Sherlock Holmes Series)

Cover and spine title: The Red Headed League.

Cover illustration copyrighted 1908.

C666. The Red-Headed League. Adapted by David Eastman. Illustrated by Allan Eitzen. [Mahwah, N.J.]: Troll Associates, [1982]. 32 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Library, [Vol. 1])

Grades 5-9.

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

Also listed in a set.

C667. "The Red-Headed League," Murder on Cue: Stage, Screen, and Radio Favorites. Edited by Eleanor Sullivan. New York: Walker and Co., [1989]. p. 213-236. (Stories from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine)

Jacket illustration by Douglas Andelin.

Jacket designed by Laurie McBarnette. Published simultaneously in Canada by Thomas Allen & Son.

Originally published as Ellery Queen's Media Favorites (Davis, 1988).

C668. "The Red-Headed League," The Warner Library. The World's Best Literature. Editors: John W. Cunliffe [and] Ashley H. Thorndike. New York: Printed at the Knickerbocker Press for the Warner Library Co., 1917. Vol. 8, p. 4815-4838.

C669. The Red-Headed League: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 23, 134, [5] p. ads. (American Detective Series, No. 6)

First ad for Westbrook's handbooks.

Cover illustration of a woman on horseback being chased by other riders.

Also contains: The Great Hesper: A Novel, by Frank Barrett.

Also, a variant edition with first ad for Westbrook's joke books, otherwise identical.

C670. The Red-Headed League: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 23, 134, 38 p. (American Detective Series, No. 6)

Also contains: The Great Hesper, by Frank Barrett. -- Sign (chapters 1-3).

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C671. "Red-Headed League," Baltimore Weekly Sun (August 15, 1891), 1.

C672. "The Red-Headed League," Boston Daily Traveller (August 22, 1891), 15.

C673. "The Red-Headed League," The Boston Sunday Globe (August 9, 1891), 24.

C674. "The Red-Headed League," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 3 (May 28, 1911). 14 p.

Illustrated by Scott.

C675. "The Red-Headed League," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (August 8, 1891), 3.

C676. "The Red-Headed League," Ellery Queen's Media Favorites. Edited by Eleanor Sullivan. New York: Davis Publications, [Summer 1988]. p. 207-227. (Anthology No. 58)

C677. "The Red-Headed League," Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 15, No. 76 (March 1950), 93-112.

----------, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 39, No. 1 (January 1962), 59-78.

Selected by a Blue Ribbon Jury of experts as one of the twelve best detective short stories ever written.

C678. "The Red-Headed League," Glasgow Weekly Mail (March 24, 1894), 7; (March 31, 1894), 7.

C679. "The Red-Headed League," The Grand Magazine, 51 (August 1927), 651-663.

C680. "The Red-Headed League: A Startling Detective Story with Thrilling Incidents," The Home Treasury: A Literary Journal Devoted to the Best Interests of Our Homes, 5, No. 2 (December 1897), 1-3. illus.

C681. "The Red-Headed League," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (August 8, 1891), 13.

C682. "The Red-Headed League," Illustrated by Sidney Paget. John O'London's Weekly (July 26, 1930), 564-568, 588.

C683. "The Red-Headed League," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (April 23, 1905), 1-2.

C684. "The Red-Headed League," The Philadelphia Press (August 9, 1891), 21. illus.

C685. "The Red-Headed League," Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette (September 20, 1891), 11-12.

C686. "The Red-Headed League," Pittsburgh Press (August 8, 1891), 5; (August 9, 1891), 10.

C687. "Red-Headed League," The Providence Sunday Journal (August 30, 1891), 15.

C688. "The Red-Headed League," San Francisco Examiner (August 9, 1891), 15. illus.

C689. "The Red-Headed League," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (September 30, 1904), 4; (October 7, 1904), 4.

C690. "The Red-Headed League," Seattle Post-Intelligencer (August 9, 1891), 14.

C691. "The Red-Headed League," Short Stories [The Current Literature Pub. Co., N.Y.], 12, No. 2 (February 1893), 165-186.

"A clever detective story from `Adventures of Sherlock Holmes."

Illustrations drawn by H.M. Wolcott, after Sidney Paget, for Short Stories." One of the illustrations appears on the cover.

C692. "The Red-Headed League," Stoll's Editorial News, 4, supplements (February 3, 1921), i-iv; (February 10, 1921), iv-vii; (February 17, 1921), vii-ix. illus.

C693. "The Red-Headed League," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 2, No. 8 (August 1891), 190-204. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 2)

First appearance.

C694. "The Red-Headed League," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 2, No. 8 (August 1891), 190-204.

C695. "The Red-Headed League," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (May 11, 1930), 6; (May 18, 1930), 6. illus.

C696. "The Red-Headed League," Toledo Daily Blade, (August 10, 1891).

C697. "The Red-Headed League," The Underworld, 3, No. 4 (April 1928), 29-42. (Early Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C698. "The Red-Headed League," [Illustrated by Roger Payne]. World of Wonder [London], No. 96 (January 22, 1972), 28-29; No. 97 (January 29, 1972), 28-29; No. 98 (February 5, 1972), 28-29; No. 99 (February 12, 1972), 28-29.

 

The Reigate Puzzle

 

C699. "The Reigate Puzzle," The Old Masters. Selected by Ellery Queen. [Des Moines, Iowa: The Masterpieces of Mystery Library, c. 1978 by Davis Publications.] p. 92-110. illus. (Masterpieces of Mystery).

Bound in simulated royal-red leather, stamped with a gilt design.

C700. "The Reigate Puzzle," Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 55 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 124)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C701. "The Adventure of the Reigate Squires," Glasgow Weekly Mail (September 29, 1894), 7.

C702. "The Adventure of the Reigate Squires," The Grand Magazine, 53 (June 1928), 435-445.

C703. "The Reigate Puzzle," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1904 (June 17, 1893), 574-576. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C704. "The Reigate Puzzle," Mack's Pocket Detective Stories Magazine, 1, No. 1 (November 1930), 17-36.

C705. "The Reigate Puzzle," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (June 11, 1905), 7-8.

C706. "The Adventure of the Reigate Squires," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 5, No. 30 (June 1893), 601-612. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 19)

First appearance.

C707. "The Adventure of the Reigate Squires," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 5 (July 1893), 601-612.

 

The Resident Patient

 

C708. "The Resident Patient," Kill or Cure. Edited by Marcia Muller and Bill Pronzini. New York: Bonanza Books, [1989]. p. 7-28.

At head of title: Suspense Stories About the World of Medicine.

C709. "The Resident Patient," Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 56 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 126)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C710. "The Adventure of the Resident Patient," Glasgow Weekly Mail (September 1, 1894), 7.

C711. "The Adventure of the Resident Patient," The Grand Magazine, 57 (June 1930), 437-447.

C712. "The Resident Patient," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1912 (August 12, 1893), 761-763. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C713. "The Adventure of the Resident Patient," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (June 25, 1905), 2-3.

C714. "The Adventure of the Resident Patient," Stoll's Editorial News, 4 (March 17, 1921), i-iv; (March 24, 1921), v-viii. illus.

C715. "The Adventure of the Resident Patient," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 6, No. 32 (August 1893), 128-138. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 21)

First appearance.

C716. "The Adventure of the Resident Patient," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 6 (September 1893), 128-138.

 

The Adventure of the Retired Colourman

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C717. "The Adventure of the Retired Colourman," Pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. Liberty: A Weekly for the Whole Family, 3, No. 33 (December 18, 1926), 7-11.

"The famous detective solves the mystery of the young doctor who played with another man's wife."

First appearance.

C718. "The Adventure of the Retired Colourman," Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (May 22, 1927), 16-18. illus.

C719. "The Adventure of the Retired Colourman," Illustrated by Frank Wiles. The Strand Magazine, 73, No. 433 (January 1927), 3-12.

With a color portrait of Holmes on the cover.

C720. "The Adventure of the Retired Colourman," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (February 16, 1930), 6-7. illus.

 

A Scandal in Bohemia

 

C721. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Mysterious Sketch, by Erckmann-Chatrian; and A Scandal in Bohemia, by A. Conan Doyle. [New York: American-Journal-Examiner, c. 1911.] p. 14-32. illus. (The Sunday American's Summer Library of Gems of Short Fiction, No. 6)

Scan is divided into three chapters.

C722. A Scandal in Bohemia. Skokie, Ill.: The Black Cat Press, 1984. 110 p. 2 3/8 x 1 3/4 in.

Printed in an edition of 249 copies on teton opaque acid free paper in black and orange.

Bound in textured deep orange leather-like material, lettered gilt, with a profile of Holmes on the cover.

Designed by Norman F. Forgue. Bound by John Lariviere.

C723. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Famous Mystery and Detective Stories. Edited by J. Walter McSpadden. New York: Blue Ribbon Books, [January 1938]. Pt. 2, p. 57-91.

10th printing of Famous Detective Stories, first published by Thomas Y. Crowell Co., May 1920.

C724. A Scandal in Bohemia. [New York]: Bristol Laboratories, Div. of Bristol-Myers Co., September 1982. 22 p. illus. (ME033-6C)

One in a set of six promotional booklets. The others are Norw, Spec, Blue, RedH, and Danc.

C725. A Scandal in Bohemia. [Chicago: Bertha M. Clay, n.d.] 1-57, 71-106, [2] p. ads. (Atlantic Library, No. 41)

Cover title: A Scandal in Bohemia or Caught by Sherlock Holmes.

Also contains: The Mail-Cart Robbery, by Mrs. Henry Wood.

Ads: Confessions of an Opium Eater, by Tho's De Quincy, etc.

C726. A Scandal in Bohemia. [Chicago: Bertha M. Clay, n.d.] 1-57, 71-106, [2] p. ads. (Atlantic Library, No. 41)

Cover title and contents same as above but with different ads.

Ads: Old Secrets and New Discoveries, etc.

C727. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Greatest Short Stories. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, [1915]. Vol. 5, p. 179-214.

C728. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Greatest Short Stories. Vol. IV. Foreign. New York: P.F. Collier & Son Corp., [1940]. p. 179-214.

C729. "A Scandal in Bohemia," [Illustrated by J. Allen St. John]. With All My Love: An Anthology. Compiled by R. M. Barrows. Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers, 1945. p. 32-51.

Printed in double columns.

On cover: 7 tender love stories to quicken your heart.

C730. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Famous Detective Stories. Edited by J. Walker McSpadden. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., [May 1920]. p. 57-91.

Spine title: Detective Stories.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt.

2nd printing July 1921; 3rd printing January 1922; 4th printing April 1922; 5th printing March 1925; 6th printing July 1925; 7th printing March 1929; 8th printing January 1933; 9th printing February 1936.

10th printing published by Blue Ribbon Books, January 1938.

C731. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Omnibus of Romance. Edited by John Grove. New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1931. p. 467-488.

"The partisan purpose of this volume is to conjure up the very spirit of Romance in the midst of an age much too realistic.... It is a volume for those who believe in the Romantic." (Foreword)

Reprinted by The Junior Literary Guild, 1931.

C732. A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 191-229, 45-156 p.

Cover and spine title: Scandal in Bohemia.

On spine: Gem Edition.

Light gray cloth with double ruled ornamental borders on cover; design and letters in dark blue.

Also contains: At the Green Dragon, by Beatrice Harraden.

C733. A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 191-229, 116 p.

Cover and spine title: Scandal in Bohemia.

On spine: Gem Edition.

Light green cloth with double ruled ornamental borders on cover; design and letters in dark blue.

Also contains: Only One Sin.

C734. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Masterpieces of Mystery. Edited by Joseph Lewis French. [Vol. 1] Detective Stories. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1920. p. 164-199.

Dark violet cloth lettered gilt on spine.

Reprinted 1921, 1925, 1927.

C735. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Masterpieces of Mystery. Edited by Joseph Lewis French. DeLuxe Edition. [Vol. 1] Detective Stories. Garden City, N.Y.: Garden City Pub. Co., [1937]. p. 164-199.

C736. A Scandal in Bohemia. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (80 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (113 p.)

Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings. The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

C737. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Great Love Stories by Famous Authors. Edited by John Grove. New York: Halcyon House, [1940]. p. 467-488.

C738. A Scandal in Bohemia and Other Stories. New York: The Happy Hour Library, [n.d.]. 96 p.

Cover and spine title: A Scandal in Bohemia.

Green paper covers lettered black against a silver background.

Also, blue paper covers lettered black against a silver background.

Also contains: The Ring of Thoth. -- The Fall of the House of Usher.

C739. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Great Detective Stories. Compiled by Rosamund Morris. Illustrated by Frank Kramer. New York: Hart Pub. Co., [1965]. p. 108-153. (Sunrise Library)

Yellow cloth with gray cloth spine lettered black; light blue endpapers. Blue jacket.

Also, light green cloth with brown cloth spine lettered white; yellow endpapers. Yellow jacket.

Library binding (yellow) with same cover illustration as on yellow jacket.

C740. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Omnibus of Romance. Edited by John Grove. New York: The Junior Literary Guild, 1931. p. 467-488.

First published by Dodd, Mead & Co., 1931.

C741. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Reading for Rhetoric: Applications to Writing. 3rd ed. [Edited by] Caroline Shrodes, Clifford Josephson, [and] James R. Wilson. New York: Macmillan Pub. Co., [1975]. p. 270-292.

With notes and questions.

The 1962 and 1967 editions do not contain Scan.

C742. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Reflections on A Scandal in Bohemia. With all new illustrations by J. Decker. Introduction by Jack Tracy. [New York]: Magico Magazine, [1986]. p. 3-30.

Includes 11 essays on Scan.

C743. A Scandal in Bohemia. New York: George Munro's Sons, [n.d.]. 57, 39-95 p. (Crescent Edition)

Olive cloth lettered silver on spine.

Also contains: J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement. -- The Great Keinplatz Experiment.

C744. A Scandal in Bohemia. New York: George Munro's Sons, [n.d., 1895]. 57, 39-74 p. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 133. Issued weekly)

Light yellow paper covers with ad for "The Munro Corset" on back cover.

Also, light yellow paper covers with ad for "Thirty 25-Cent Novels" on back cover.

Also contains: J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement.

C745. A Scandal in Bohemia. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1896]. 57, 39-95 p. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 133)

Also contains: J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement. -- The Great Keinplatz Experiment.

C746. A Scandal in Bohemia. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1895]. 57, 195-263 p. (The Seaside Library, Pocket Edition, No. 2093, Issued tri-weekly, May 31, 1895)

Also contains: John Barrington Cowles. -- Elias B. Hopkins, the Parson of Jackman's Gulch. -- The Ring of Thoth.

C747. A Scandal in Bohemia. New York: George Munro's Sons, Publishers, [n.d.]. 57, 39-75 p. (The Victor Series of Paper Books, No. 67)

Also contains: J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement.

C748. A Scandal in Bohemia. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [1895]. 32 p. (The Handy Classic Series, Choice Stories by Famous Authors, No. 13)

C749. A Scandal in Bohemia. Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., [n.d., 1978]. 47 p. (A Perfection Micro-Classic, MC 158)

C750. A Scandal in Bohemia. Sacramento: Press of Arden Park, [March 1984]. 156 p. illus. 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in.

Original Sidney Paget drawings in peacock blue.

Green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with white jacket lettered black and blue.

Limited to 340 numbered copies; signed by the publisher, Budd Westreich.

C751. A Scandal in Bohemia. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 63 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 111)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C752. A Scandal in Bohemia: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 187-224, 21-120, [4] p. ads. (The Sherlock Holmes Detective Library, No. 426)

Pink paper covers with an illustration of Holmes in a dressing gown holding a pistol.

Also, orange paper covers with same illustration.

Also contains: The Chadwick Case.

C753. Beaten by Woman's Wit; or, The Mystery of a Photograph, by "Old Sleuth." Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., 1903. 187-224, 9-54 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Detective Library, No. 426)

Contents: Scan. -- A Tale of Three Lions, by H. Rider Haggard.

C754. A Scandal in Bohemia. [Chicago: Max Stein, n.d.] 57, 71-106 p. (Atlantic Library, No. 41)

On cover: A Scandal in Bohemia or Caught by Sherlock Holmes.

Pictorial paper covers with an illustration of Holmes standing next to a desk and pointing.

Also contains: The Mail-Cart Robbery, by Mrs. Henry Wood.

C755. Caught by Sherlock Holmes -- or -- A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: Max Stein, [n.d.]. 57, 71-106, [4] p. ads. (Sherlock Holmes Series)

Cover and spine title: A Scandal in Bohemia.

Contents as above.

C756. A Scandal in Bohemia: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 187-224, 21-120 p. (American Detective Series, No. 5)

Paper covers with illustration of a frightened woman holding out her hands. Also published with 15 pages of ads.

Also contains: The Chadwick Case.

C757. A Scandal in Bohemia: A Sherlock Holmes Story. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 187-224, 21-120, 23, 31 p. (American Detective Series, No. 5)

Also contains: The Chadwick Case. -- RedH. -- First four chapters and one page of chapter 5 of The Great Hesper, by Frank Barrett.

C758. "A Scandal in Bohemia," For Men Only: A Collection of Short Stories. Edited, with an introduction, by James M. Cain. Cleveland: The World Pub. Co., [January 1944]. p. 284-309. (Forum Books Edition)

2nd printing February 1944; 3rd printing March 1945; 4th printing August 1945; 5th printing December 1945; 6th printing April 1946.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C759. "Woman's Wit," Baltimore Weekly Sun (August 8, 1891), 1.

C760. "The King's Sweetheart," The Boston Sunday Globe (October 18, 1891), 17. illus.

C761. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 1 (May 14, 1911). 11 p. illus.

C762. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Buffalo Courier (July 12, 1891), 12.

C763. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Cincinnati Times-Star (July 14, 1891), 6; (July 15, 1891), 6.

C764. "A Scandal in Bohemia," [Illustrations: Mike Grimsdale]. Complete Bestsellers [Viaduct Publications, London], 1, No. 3 (September-October 1981), 75-80.

With a cover illustration of Holmes and Watson.

C765. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (July 11, 1891), 3.

C766. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Glasgow Weekly Mail (June 9, 1894), 7; (June 16, 1894), 7.

C767. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Golden Hours [New York], 36 (May 1907), 1-5. illus.

C768. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Grand Magazine, 52 (November 1927), 282-293.

C769. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (July 11, 1891), 13. illus.

C770. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (April 16, 1905), 7-8.

C771. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Pennsylvania Grit Story Companion [Williamsport], 23, No. 19, Story Companion No. 534 (April 9, 1905), 9-14.

C772. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Illustrated by William L. Marsh. Playboy, 1, no. 2 (January 1954), 22-23, 25-26, 28, 44, 46, 49.

C773. "A Scandal in Bohemia," San Francisco Examiner (July 26, 1891), 15-16. illus.

C774. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (September 16, 1904), 4; (September 23, 1904), 4.

C775. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Seattle Post-Intelligencer (July 12, 1891), 14. illus.

C776. "A Scandal in Bohemia," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. SHG, No. 7 (Summer 1993), 16-31.

Reprinted from The Strand Magazine, July 1891, with an introduction to the new series in SHG by David Stuart Davies.

C777. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Stoll's Editorial News, 4, supplement (January 20, 1921), i-iv; (January 27, 1921), v-x. illus.

C778. "A Scandal in Bohemia," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 2, No. 7 (July 1891), 61-75. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1)

First appearance.

C779. "A Scandal in Bohemia," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 2, No. 7 (July 1891), 61-75.

C780. "A Scandal in Bohemia," [Illustrations by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 80, No. 477 (September 1930), 231-243.

C781. "Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson," This England, 12, No. 4 (Winter 1979), 30-31. illus. (Characters from the Classics, by Ronald Embleton)

Excerpt from Scan, with an excellent color illustration by Embleton.

C782. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (July 12, 1891), 13. illus.

C783. "A Scandal in Bohemia," Tit Bits, 60 (June 17, 1911), 329-333. illus.

C784. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Toledo Daily Blade (July 13, 1891).

C785. "A Scandal in Bohemia," The Washington Post (July 12, 1891), 15. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Second Stain

 

C786. The Second Stain. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 75 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 139)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C787. "The Adventure of the Second Stain," The Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 8 (July 2, 1911). 14 p. illus.

C788. "The Adventure of the Second Stain," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 34, No. 18 (January 28, 1905), 13-15, 28-30. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 13)

Cover illustration of Holmes in a stooping position before a screen examining a blood stain on a carpet at the home of Eduardo Lucas.

C789. "The Adventure of the Second Stain," The Grand Magazine, 52 (February 1928), 698-711.

C790. "The Adventure of the Second Stain," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 28, No. 168 (December 1904), 602-617. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, 13)

First appearance.

 

The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C791. "The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place," Pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. Liberty, 3, No. 44 (March 5, 1927), 39, 41-42, 45-46, 51, 53.

"The famous detective solves the mystery of a haunted crypt and a missing woman."

First appearance.

C792. "The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place," Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (May 29, 1927), 16-17. illus.

C793. "The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place," Illustrated by Frank Wiles. The Strand Magazine, 73, No. 436 (April 1927), 316-327.

 

The Sign of the Four

C794. The Sign of the Four. New York: W.L. Allison Co., [n.d.]. 212 p.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine, blank covers.

Also, ruby cloth lettered gilt on spine, with front cover stamped in black to simulate half leather and with oval wreath design enclosing a blazoned shield with six birds passant and a crest of a larger bird passant; top edge tinted. (Arundel Edition)

Tan cloth lettered gilt on spine with same design as above. (Arundel Edition)

C795. The Sign of the Four. New York: William L. Allison Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine; blank covers; top edge gilt.

Also, dark violet cloth lettered gilt on spine; blank covers. Green cloth lettered gilt on spine; blank covers; top edge gilt. (New Albion)

C796. The Sign of the Four. Philadelphia: Henry Altemus, [n.d.]. 176 p.

Light green cloth lettered black, with cover illustration of a woman in a red vest over her dress, with a black hat and red ribbon, and holding a flower; darker green grass in background; three other flowers in foreground.

C797. The Sign of the Four or The Problem of the Sholtos. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 224 p. (A. Conan Doyle's Works) (Aldine Edition)

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with floral design blind stamped on covers.

Also, maroon cloth, otherwise same.

Also contains: Scan.

C798. The Sign of the Four or The Problem of the Sholtos. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 224 p. (Delphic Series, No. 85)

Publisher's address on title page: 310-318 Sixth Ave.

Cover and spine title: Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia.

Light green paper covers lettered dark blue, with border design also in dark blue; ad for Mehlin pianos on back cover.

C799. The Sign of the Four or The Problem of the Sholtos. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 224 p. (Linwood Edition)

Light brown cloth lettered gilt on spine with design in black.

Also, red cloth lettered gilt, with design in black.

Contents as above.

C800. "The Sign of the Four," First of the Great Detective Stories. Edited by John T. Yount. Vol. I, by Edgar Allen Poe [and] Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. San Angelo, Texas: Archive Publishers, 1971. p. 119-234.

Cover and spine title: First Detective Stories.

Turquoise blue cloth lettered gilt; light yellow endpapers.

C801. The Sign of Four. Preston: James Askew and Son, [n.d.]. 123, 127 p.

Cover and spine titles: The Sign of Four. Arsène Lupin.

Also contains: Arsène Lupin, by Edgar Jepson and Maurice Leblanc.

C802. The Sign of the Four or The Problem of the Sholtos. With an introduction by P.G. Wodehouse. New York: Ballantine Books, [May 1975]. xi, 130 p.

"A Ballantine Mystery Classic."

Cover illustration by Dick Anderson of Holmes, Watson, and a flower vendor in front of a partially concealed sign for St.... Theatre.

2nd printing July 1975; 3rd printing June 1976; 5th printing July 1979; 6th printing December 1983; 7th printing February 1985; 9th printing December 1987.

Also issued in a boxed set.

C803. The Sign of Four. London: Spencer Blackett, 1890. 283 p. (Spencer Blackett's Standard Library)

Frontispiece by Charles Kerr.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt, with ornate black ruled border; black endpapers.

First English edition; published October 1-15, 1890.

Also, variant edition with publisher's 32 p. catalog for October 1890 inserted at end.

C804. The Sign of Four. London: Spencer Blackett, 1890. 283 p. Frontispiece by Charles Kerr.

On spine: Griffith Farran & Cos. Standard Library.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt; dark brown endpapers.

First English edition, 2nd issue; published 1891.

Also, variant edition with 8 p. of publisher's ads.

C805. The Sign of Four. Cutchogue, N.Y.: Buccaneer Books, [1987]. 108 p.

Orange cloth lettered brown on spine.

C806. The Sign of the Four. New York: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. 193 p.

Blue cloth lettered white on spine with floral design in blue.

C807. The Sign of the Four. New York: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. 193 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and four anonymous illustrations.

White cloth lettered silverer on spine, with orange and silver design against light green background on cover and spine.

Same, with light pink background.

Light brown cloth with green background.

C808. The Sign of the Four. New York: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. 193 p. (Superb Edition)

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Leaf green cloth lettered gilt against red background on spine, with ruled gilt borders and floral design blind stamped on front cover.

C809. The Sign of the Four. New York and Boston: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and three anonymous illustrations.

Light gray cloth lettered gilt, with linear gilt border; oblong area with floral scroll design in gilt against blue background grained to simulate leather.

C810. The Sign of the Four. New York and Boston: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and four anonymous illustrations.

Green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with ornate scene of flowers, a lake, and the sky in gilt and dark green on cover and spine.

C811. The Sign of the Four. New York and Boston: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and four anonymous illustrations.

Dark blue cloth lettered gilt, with oval depression in center on front cover containing gilt design of open book flanked by wreaths and, under book, a tiny device Sapere Aude (Latin: Dare to know) and, above book, a torch held in a right hand; lotus flowers and leaves on spine; top edge gilt.

C812. Sherlock Holmes and the Great "Agra" Treasure or The Sign of the Four. [Chicago]: Bertha M. Clay, [n.d.]. 109, [17] p. ads. (Atlantic Library, No. 43)

Cover title: Sherlock Holmes and The Sign of the "4."

Spine title: The Sign of the "4."

White paper covers with profile of Holmes facing left and pointing; skull and a book about hypnotism on table.

There are at least three variants with different ads.

C813. The Sign of the Four and Other Stories. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, [n.d.]. 468 p. (The Works of A. Conan Doyle, Vol. 2)

Frontispiece in blue tone by Frederic Dorr Steele.

Issued in at least three variant bindings; also listed in sets.

C814. The Sign of the Four and Other Stories. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, [n.d.]. 468 p. (The Works of A. Conan Doyle, Vol. 2)

At head of title: The latest books of Conan Doyle by special arrangement with the author.

Frontispiece in brown tone by Frederic Dorr Steele.

Also listed in a set.

C815. The Sign of Four. New York: P.F. Collier, 1891. 124 p. (Once a Week Library, Vol. 2, No. 16, March 15, 1891. Issued semi-monthly)

White paper covers lettered black.

Also contains: The Siege of Sunda Gunge [by H. Greenhough Smith].

First American edition.

C816. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: W.B. Conkey Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Red cloth lettered black, with ruled border and design also in black.

C817. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: W.B. Conkey Co., [n.d.]. 176, 30 p.

Tan cloth lettered black, on cover and gilt on spine, with ruled border, floral design, and silhouette profile of a woman's head in circle in red and black on front cover.

Also contains: The Siege of Sunda Gunge, by A. Conan Doyle.

C818. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: W.B. Conkey Co., [n.d.]. 176, 30, [4] p. ads. (New Abbey Series, No. 336)

Green cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with floral design in yellow and black.

Contents as above.

C819. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: W.B. Conkey Co., [c.1900]. 202, [4] p. ads.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Deep red cloth lettered silver, with picture of two girls in a garden feeding a peacock (picture pasted on cover).

C820. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: W.B. Conkey Co., [n.d.]. 202, [6] p. ads. (Amaranth Series, No. 131)

Buff cloth lettered dark brown, with floral design in dark brown and dark green.

C821. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: W.B. Conkey Co., [n.d.]. 202, [6] p. ads. (Homewood Series, No. 153)

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine, with ornate antique hinge blind stamped across covers.

C822. The Sign of the Four. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, [n.d.]. 255 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Cover title: Sign of the Four.

Spine title: At the Sign of the Four.

Red cloth lettered gilt; top edge gilt.

Also contains: Scan. - Iden.

C823. The Sign of the Four. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., [n.d.]. 255 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Cover and spine title: At the Sign of the Four.

Dark red cloth with design and italic letters in gilt; top edge gilt.

Contents as above.

C824. The Sign of the Four. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., [n.d.]. 255 p. (The Astor Prose Series)

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Spine title: At the Sign of the Four.

Olive green cloth lettered gilt on spine.

Contents as above.

C825. ["The Sign of the Four,"] Language and Literature for Composition: Introductory Readings. Edited by Sanford R. Radner [and] Susan G. Radner. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Co., [1973]. p. 421-428.

Contains chapter 1 of Sign and a discussion of Holmes's deductive reasoning by Richard D. Altick (p. 413-421).

C826. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 148 p.

Olive drab cloth; decorated endpapers in light green by A.G.T.

C827. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 189 p.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with blind ruled edge on front cover.

C828. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 189, [5] p. ads.

Pale blue cloth lettered red, with climbing roses in red and green.

C829. The Sign of the Four. Chicago; New York: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 189, [6] p. ads. (The Flashlight Detective Series, No. 44)

Cover title: Sign of the Four or, Sherlock Holmes, the Detective.

Cover illustration of Holmes standing and smoking in front of a desk, looking down at a dagger in his right hand; a tall lamp illuminates the scene. The same cover illustration appears on Mystery of Cloomber by Doyle (Flashlight Detective Series, No. 470).

C830. The Sign of the Four. Chicago; New York: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 189, [5] p. ads. (The Modern Author's Library, No. 15)

White paper covers lettered black, with color portrait of a woman holding a bouquet.

C831. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 189, 42, [27] p. ads.

Dark green cloth lettered white, with cover divided into three horizontal panels: top and bottom ornamented with scroll and leaf designs and gilt shield in center, and middle panel with title and author's name; vertical panels with a Greek column entwined with creeping plants in green on endpapers.

Also contains: My Friend the Murderer. - A Night Among the Nihilists.

C832. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 189, 97-148 p.

Dull green cloth lettered white, with sunburst design blind stamped on front cover.

Also contains five stories by anonymous authors.

C833. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 230, [5] p. ads.

Publisher's address on title page: 407-429 Dearborn St.

Brownish red cloth lettered pink on cover and spine, with ruled border and design in dark brown and color litho portrait of a woman pasted on an equilateral inverted triangle.

Also contains: Iden.

C834. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 229, [11] p. ads.

Identical to foregoing except for a different girl, facing left.

Also contains: Scan.

C835. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 230, [5] p. ads.

White paper covers lettered black, with picture of a woman holding a bouquet.

Also contains: Iden.

C836. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 229, [11] p. ads.

Dark green cloth lettered white, with color litho portrait, dated 1906, by The Forbes Litho. Mfg. Co. of a stunningly beautiful woman facing right pasted on entire front cover; design of classic columns with vines in light green on endpapers.

Also contains: Scan.

C837. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue Brothers, [1896]. 189 p. (The Modern Authors' Library, No. 15, February 19, 1896, Issued tri-weekly)

Light gray paper covers lettered red on front cover and black on spine, with illustration by W.B.B. of two men near the docks of the Thames river.

C838. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 189 p.

Grayish green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with design in red and dark green.

C839. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229 p.

Grayish green cloth lettered silver, with border of leaf and branches also in silver.

Also contains: Scan.

C840. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229 p.

Grayish green cloth lettered silver, with ornate leaf and wave design also in silver.

Contents as above.

C841. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229 p.

Beige cloth lettered silver, with crossed sprays of leaves also in silver.

Contents as above.

C842. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, [2] p. ads.

Dull green cloth lettered silver, with floral border on cover; light green and white bubble design on endpapers.

Contents as above.

C843. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, [2] p. ads.

Dull green cloth lettered silver, with ornamental border of floral sprays on cover; light green and white bubble design on endpapers.

Contents as above.

C844. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, [2] p. ads. (Handy Volume Classics)

Cover and spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Tan cloth lettered silver, with floral border also in silver; top edge tinted.

C845. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, p. (Modern Authors' Series, No. 7)

Contents as above.

C846. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, 180 p.

Dark brown cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank; top edge gilt.

Also contains: Scan. - Beyond the City.

C847. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, 159-192 p.

Publishers' address on title page: 407-425 Dearborn St.

Dark brown cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank; top edge gilt.

Also contains: Scan. - An Idyll of London, by Beatrice Harraden.

C848. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, 159-192 p.

Publishers' address on title page: 407-425 Dearborn St.

Light brown cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank; top edge gilt.

Contents as above.

C849. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, 159-192 p.

Publishers' address on title page: 407-425 Dearborn St.

Dark brown cloth lettered gilt on spine, with intricate floral design blind stamped on front cover and spine.

Contents as above.

C850. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, 159-192 p. (Advance Edition)

Gray cloth lettered gray against gilt background on spine, with intricate pattern in gray and black.

Also, dark brown cloth lettered brown against gilt background on spine, with torch and border of leaf and berry vines on cover.

Red cloth lettered red against gilt background on spine, with intricate pattern in red and black.

Contents as above.

C851. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 229, 159-192 p. (Alpine Edition)

Publisher's address on title page: 407-425 Dearborn St.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

Contents as above.

C852. The Sign of Four. With an introduction Graham Greene. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [n.d., 1977, c.1974]. 134 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 2])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Also listed in a set.

C853. The Sign of the Four. Cleveland: Economy Book League, 1933. 212 p.

"A mystery story with Sherlock Holmes at his best." (Title page)

Garnet red paper covers lettered gilt; pink endpapers.

Reprinted 1934.

C854. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Edward Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 189 p.

Half white cloth with silver design; half paper boards with red and light green flowers; lettered silver on spine.

C855. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Edward Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 212 p.

Dull green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with covers stamped to simulate half leather.

C856. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 175 p.

Frontispiece.

On spine: Federal Book Co.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt.

C857. The Sign of Four: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. Adapted by Richard Widdows. New York City: Gallery Books/W.H. Smith Publishers, [1985]. 56 p. illus. (World of Sherlock Holmes, 2)

Illustrations from the Burbank film starring the voice of Peter O'Toole.

Devised and produced by Multimedia Publications (UK) Ltd.

Designer: Janette Place. Production: Karen Bromley.

C858. The Sign of Four. London: Grafton Books, [1987]. 144 p.

Cover photo of Brett as Holmes and Jenny Seagrove as Mary Morstan in the Granada TV production.

C859. The Sign of Four XXXX. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [n.d.]. 283, [1] p. ads.

The four X's after the title should be crosses, as related in chapter 3, p. 38.

Cover title: The Sign of Four: A Sherlock Holmes Story.

Red cloth lettered black; top edge tinted.

C860. The Sign of Four London: Gryphon Books Ltd., [1949]. 153 p.

Green cloth lettered dark green on spine.

Jacket illustration by J. Abbey of Holmes pointing to footprints.

Reprinted 1950, 1954.

C861. The Sign of the Four: A Sherlock Holmes Detective Story. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, [n.d.]. 84 p. (Big Blue Book, No. B-31. Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius)

Light blue paper covers lettered black.

C862. The Sign of the Four. [Abridged ed.] Illustrated by Leonard Vosburgh. [Designed by Stefan Salter.] Under the general editorship of Elizabeth Fowler. New York City: Hart Pub. Co., [1960]. 191 p. illus. (A World-Famous Book, 207)

C863. The Sign of the Four. [Abridged ed.] Illustrated by Leonard Vosburgh. [Designed by Stefan Salter.]. Under the general editorship of Elizabeth Fowler. New York City: Hart Pub. Co., [1962]. 191 p. illus. (Sunrise Library)

Cream cloth with colored lettering; illustration on p. 170-171 reproduced in color on cover.

Also, amber yellow boards, with brown spine lettered green. Grayish ruby boards, with lilac spine lettered gilt.

C864. The Sign of Four. Retold by Anne Collins. Illustrated by Kay Mary Wilson. London: Heinemann Educational Books, [1983]. 58 p. (Heinemann Guided Readers, Intermediate Level, 32)

Cover by Chris Yates.

Reprinted 1984, 1985, 1987.

C865. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: The Henneberry Co., [n.d.]. 202 p.

Ruby cloth lettered gilt on spine, with narrow border and fern and scroll design in center blind stamped on front cover; top edge gilt.

Also, same but without publisher's name on spine.

C866. Sign of the Four. Chicago and New York: The Henneberry Co., [n.d.]. 202 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and three illustrations by Charles A. Cox.

Dark red cloth, otherwise same as above.

Also, dark green cloth, otherwise same.

C867. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: Geo. M. Hill Co., [n.d.]. 235 p.

Cover and spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Light green cloth lettered dark green on cover and gilt on spine, with elaborate design of red nasturtiums and dark green vines and leaves.

C868. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: Geo. M. Hill Co., 1898. 235 p.

Spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Maroon ribbed cloth lettered gilt on spine, with four leaf clover in gilt on cover; top edge gilt.

C869. The Sign of Four, The Uses of Language, [by] Neil Postman [and] Howard C. Damon. [Illustrations by Kelly Oechsli.] New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1965]. p. 105-107.

Excerpt with questions.

-----, -----. Teacher's ed. p. 56-57, 105-107.

C870. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Homewood Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Dark red cloth lettered black, with vine design in black on cover.

C871. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Homewood Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, [7] p. ads. (Abbey Series, No. 336)

Gray cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with floral design in red and black.

Also, red cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with floral design in yellow and black.

C872. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Light tan cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with three vertical stems of orange flowers on front cover and one stem on spine; also, title and author's name in circle of orange beads.

C873. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Tan cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with orange and black floral design.

C874. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Light brown cloth lettered green on cover and gilt on spine; floral design and title encircled in a ribbon; flowers and ribbon in light blue.

C875. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176, [11] p. ads.

Brown cloth lettered gilt on spine, with green and black floral design on cover and spine; top edge tinted.

C876. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176, [8] p. ads.

Brown cloth lettered gilt on spine, with green and black floral design and publisher's initial "H" in center of design.

C877. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Red cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with floral design in orange.

C878. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank; top edge tinted.

C879. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Pale green cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine; design of light blue flowers with green leaves on nine vertical stalks outlined in green, on cover, with title and author's name inside an elliptical area bounded by a blue ribbon; variation of stalk and flower design, in same colors, on spine.

C880. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p. Grayish green cloth.

C881. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with black floral design.

C882. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176, [12] p. ads. (Arlington Edition)

Dark green cloth lettered green against silver background on spine, with design of torch, flowers, and winged horse against solid and striped background on front cover.

C883. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176 p. (Arlington Edition)

Garnet red cloth lettered red against gilt background on spine.

C884. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst & Co., [n.d.]. 176, [11] p. ads. (The Hawthorne Library, No. 169, March 4, 190-? Tri-weekly)

White paper covers with rectangular picture of two men and a crossbow on the ground.

C885. The Sign of the Four. New York: Hurst and Co., [1896]. 176 p. (The Universal Library, No. 166, August 15, 1896. Issued semi-monthly)

Yellow paper covers lettered red, with ornate dark blue border.

C886. "The Sign of the Four," The Surgeon of Gaster Fell, by A. Conan Doyle. New York: M.J. Ivers & Co., c.1895. 53, 176, [12] p. ads. (American Series, No. 362)

C887. "The Sign of the Four," Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Vol. XLV. January to June 1890.... Being Vol. I of the Special English Edition. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1890. p. 147-223. Illustration by H.D. (Herbert Denman).

Spine title: Lippincott's Magazine. I. 1890.

C888. "The Sign of the Four," Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Vol. XLV. January to June 1890.... Being Vol. I of the Special English Edition. London: Ward, Lock & Co.; Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1890. p. 147-223. Illustration by H.D.

On cover and spine: Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Vol. I.

C889. "The Sign of the Four," Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Vol. XLV. January to June 1890. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1890. p. 147-223. Illustration by H.D.

On spine: A Year of Lippincott's, 1890, Vol. I.

Oxblood cloth lettered gilt on spine.

C890. The Sign of the Four; or, The Problem of the Sholtos. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, [1890 printing, c.1889]. 147-308, 52 p. ads, iv. illus. (Lippincott's Magazine Series, No. 266) Illustration by H.D.

Three-quarter marbled paper over boards with red linen spine.

Published February 1890.

C891. The Sign of Four. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1893. 283 p.

Frontispiece by H.D.

Deep blue cloth lettered gilt on spine; light tan and white ornamental endpapers.

Also, tan cloth, otherwise same.

Maroon cloth, otherwise same.

First separate American book edition.

C892. The Sign of Four. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., [October 1893]. 283 p. (Lippincott's Select Novels, No. 150)

C893. The Sign of Four. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1894. 283 p. (Lippincott's Select Novels, No. 150)

Frontispiece by H.D.

Blue cloth lettered silver; white endpapers.

Also, tan cloth lettered brown; tan patterned endpapers.

C894. The Sign of Four. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1901. 283 p.

Maroon cloth with letters and oriental lamp in gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

C895. The Sign of Four. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1901. 283 p.

Dark blue cloth with letters, Egyptian motifs and scrolls in gilt; light green floral endpapers.

C896. The Sign of Four. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1913. 283 p.

Garnet red cloth with letters and oriental lamp in gilt on spine; blind ruled edge on covers.

C897. The Sign of Four. With an introduction and notes by Anthony Laude. [Harlow, Essex]: Longman, [1979]. xxxiii, 152 p. (The Heritage of Literature Series)

Also listed in a set.

C898. The Sign of Four. London and New York: Longmans, Green and Co., 1894. 283 p. (Longmans' Colonial Library)

Gray cloth lettered dark brown on cover and gilt on spine.

Also published in paper covers.

First English edition (4th impression) - Colonial issue.

Issued July 1894.

C899. The Sign of the Four or The Problem of the Sholtos. New York: Lovell, Coryell & Co., [n.d.]. 255 p.

Publisher's address on title page: 310-318 Sixth Avenue.

Spine title: The Sign of the Four. A Scandal in Bohemia.

Dark brown cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

Contents: Sign. - Scan. - Iden.

C900. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Light gray cloth lettered gilt on spine, with green floral design on cover and spine and artist's initials "D.S."

C901. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Tan cloth lettered gilt on spine, with design in purple and black on cover and in green, black, and gilt on spine.

C902. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Dark brown cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

C903. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Publisher's address on title page: Nos. 72-76 Walker St.

Dark brown cloth lettered brown against gilt background on spine, with floral design in red on cover.

C904. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Publisher's address on title page.: Nos. 72-76 Walker St.

Dark green cloth lettered green against gilt background on spine, with floral design in black on cover.

C905. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

C906. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Light blue cloth lettered silver on spine, with spray of red flowers with green branches and leaves enclosed in rectangular scroll-like area outlined in silver; flowers also outlined in silver; similar spray with three flowers on spine; ornamental title page.

C907. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [1899]. 176 p. (Golden Rod Series, No. 80, November 8, 1899. Published semi-weekly)

C908. The Sign of the Four. [New York]: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p. (The White Series)

C909. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 30 p.

Light green cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with ruled border and floral design in dark green on cover and in gilt and dark green on spine.

Also contains: The Man from Archangel, by A. Conan Doyle.

C910. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 30 p.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

Contents as above.

C911. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 30, [2] p. ads.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

Contents as above.

C912. The Sign of the Four. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 175 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt on spine.

Also contains: Stud.

C913. The Sign of the Four. New York: F.M. Lupton, Publisher, [March 1894]. 64 p. (The Arm Chair Library, No. 58)

Printed in double columns.

Also contains four stories by other authors.

C914. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Gray cloth lettered red, with colored pictorial covers and spray of branches with leaves and blossoms in red; top edge gilt.

C915. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Buff cloth with leaf designs and letters in black; title enclosed in small rectangular area on cover.

C916. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Tan cloth with reddish brown decorations on cover: basket of flowers against darkened background in rectangular panel in center of cover; rectangular ruled area around panel; narrow border of leaf design enclosed in doubled ruled panelling; floral design and letters in reddish brown on spine.

C917. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with floral design in orange and dark green on cover and spine.

C918. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with ornate design blind stamped on covers.

C919. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189, [2] p. ads.

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with narrow impressed border of tiny leaves arranged like v's.

C920. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Blue cloth lettered gilt, with flower design and title on shield set in diamond in red and gilt on cover and spine.

C921. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

Dark green cloth lettered silver on spine, with decorative scroll and floral border blind stamped on cover, and silver wreath and feather design in center.

C922. The Sign of the Four. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 189 p.

Bluish black cloth lettered silver on spine, with design of small circles filled with thick scrolls or leaves and tiny flowers in silver on cover and spine.

C923. The Sign of the Four. Rahway, N.J.; New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. 189 p.

Sky blue cloth with title enclosed in wreath on cover; wreath and letters in silver on cover and spine.

C924. The Sign of the Four. Rahway, N.J.; New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. 189 p.

Light green cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine, with intricate scroll pattern in dark green; front and lower edges uncut.

C925. The Sign of the Four. Rahway, N.J.; New York: The Mershon Co., 189 p. (Gilt Top Series, No. 244) [n.d.].

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with narrow impressed border of tiny leaves arranged like v's; top edge gilt.

C926. The Sign of the Four. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1896]. 109, 19 p. ads. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 134, March 9, 1896. Issued daily)

White paper covers lettered black.

C927. The Sign of the Four. New York: George Munro's Sons, [c.1900]. 109 p. (The Savory Series, No. 21)

C928. The Sign of the Four. New York: George Munro's Sons, [n.d.]. 109 p. (The Seaside Library, Pocket Edition, No. 2094)

C929. The Sign of the Four. New York: George Munro's Sons, [n.d.]. 109, 122 p. (The American Edition)

Publisher's address on title page: 17 to 27 Vanderwater St.

Olive cloth lettered gilt on spine; simulated three-quarter leather blind stamped on covers.

Also, brown cloth, otherwise same.

Also contains: The Captain of the "Pole Star" and Other Tales, by A. Conan Doyle.

C930. The Sign of the Four. New York: George Munro's Sons, [n.d.]. 109, 122, [11] p. ads. (The American Edition)

On title page: H. Conan Doyle.

Contents as above.

C931. The Sign of the Four. New York: George Munro's Sons, [c.1896]. 109, 122 p. (The Majestic Series, No. 395)

Gray paper covers lettered black.

Contents as above.

C932. The Sign of the Four. New York: Frank A. Munsey, 1897. 125 p. (The Red Seal Library, No. 10, Dec. 25, 1897)

"Issued weekly, 2 cents a copy, one dollar a year."

C933. The Sign of Four. London: John Murray, [Cheap Edition, March 1922]. 285 p.

Blue cloth lettered gilt on spine.

Jacket illustration by J. Abbey.

Reprinted (Cheap Edition) September 1922, August 1924, April 1926, November 1928, May 1940 (violet cloth with different design).

C934. The Sign of Four. London: John Murray, [Crown 8vo, September 1925]. 285 p.

Red cloth lettered black on spine.

Jacket illustration by J. Abbey of Holmes, with curved pipe, holding paper with four crosses and pointing to footprints.

Reprinted (Crown 8vo) September 1930, April 1938.

C935. The Sign of Four. London: John Murray, [Thin Paper, August 1925]. 285, [4] p. ads.

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge tinted.

Reprinted (Thin Paper) August 1928, June 1935.

C936. The Sign of Four. London: John Murray, [Uniform Edition, October 1934]. 285 p.

Red cloth lettered black on spine.

Jacket illustration by J. Abbey of Holmes, with curved pipe, holding paper with four crosses and pointing to footprints.

C937. The Sign of Four. London: John Murray, [17th impression 1959]. 153 p.

On jacket: Conan Doyle Uniform Edition.

Jacket as above.

C938. The Sign of Four. London: John Murray, [18th impression 1963]. v, 154 p.

Red cloth lettered black.

On jacket: Conan Doyle Uniform Edition.

Jacket as above.

C939. The Sign of Four. With an introduction by A.E. Smith and illustrations by Anne Linton. [London]: John Murray, [1961]. xiii, 162 p. (The School Library of Famous Books)

With notes and exercises (p. 157-162).

Light green cloth with street scenes on front and back covers and spine.

C940. The Sign of Four. London: John Murray, [18th impression 1962]. 144 p.

Paperback with cover illustration by J. Abbey as above.

19th impression 1966; 20th impression 1971.

C941. The Sign of Four. With an introduction by Graham Greene. [London]: John Murray and Jonathan Cape, [1974]. 134 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 2])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Also listed in a set.

C942. The Sign of the Four. Chicago; New York: F. Tennyson Neely, [n.d., 1895]. 229, [7] p. ads. (Neely's Popular Library, No. 45, July 1895. Issued semi-monthly)

Frontispiece of a woman playing a lute.

Portrait of Doyle on cover.

Also contains: Scan.

C943. The Sign of the Four. Chicago; New York: F. Tennyson Neely, [1898]. 229, 28 p. ads. (Neely's Tourist Library, No. 5, March 4, 1898. Issued daily)

Cover photograph of Doyle.

Contents as above.

C944. The Sign of Four. London and Edinburgh: T. Nelson & Sons, [n.d.]. 286 p.

Frontispiece and jacket illustration by Harold C. Bradshaw of the three Sikhs and Jonathan Small renewing their oath.

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with publisher's logo of an open book enclosed in circle blind stamped on cover. "Nelson's Library" does not appear on spine.

C945. The Sign of Four. London and Edinburgh: T. Nelson & Sons, [n.d.]. 286 p. (Nelson's Library, No. 145)

Frontispiece and jacket illustration as above.

Red cloth lettered gray on spine, with NL monogram enclosed in wreath blind stamped on cover and, reduced, in gilt on spine.

C946. The Sign of Four. London and Edinburgh: T. Nelson & Sons, [n.d., December 1912]. 286 p. (Nelson's Library, No. 145)

Frontispiece and jacket illustration as above.

Red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with NL monogram enclosed in wreath blind stamped on front cover and, reduced, in gilt on spine; title in script.

C947. The Sign of Four. London and Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson and Sons, [n.d.]. 286 p. (Nelson's 1/6 Net Library)

Light red cloth lettered black on spine, with border and decorative design in black on cover.

Jacket illustration of Tonga with his blow-gun.

C948. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1892. 283 p.

Frontispiece by Charles Kerr.

On spine: Griffith Farran & Cos. Standard Library.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt; black endpapers.

First English edition, 3rd issue.

Published October 1892.

C949. The Sign of Four. Second edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1892. 283 p.

Dark brown vertical ribbed cloth lettered orange and yellow on cover and gilt on spine; cover illustration of Watson and Mary Morstan looking into the empty Agra treasure chest; spine illustration of Holmes; gray floral endpapers.

Also, garnet red vertical ribbed cloth, otherwise same.

C950. The Sign of Four. Third edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1893. 283 p.

Dark brown horizontal ribbed cloth, otherwise identical to 1892 edition.

Also, garnet red horizontal ribbed cloth, otherwise same.

Ruby red horizontal ribbed cloth, otherwise same.

C951. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 124 p. [Cheap Edition]

Ads on t.p.v. for Pearks' Butter and the Birkbeck Bank.

C952. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 124, [4] p. ads. [Cheap Edition]

Light green paper covers; ads for Bile Beans for Biliousness on t.p.v. and for Sunlight Soap on back cover.

C953. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 124 p. (Newnes' Copyright Novels, No. 22)

Cover illustration by Norman Keene.

C954. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1894. 283 p.

Blue cloth lettered gilt; light green floral endpapers.

C955. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1894. 283, 8 p. ads.

Same as above except for ads.

C956. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1894. 283 p.

Purplish gray cloth lettered orange and black on cover and gilt on spine, with orange and black scrolls and leaves on cover and spine; light green floral endpapers.

C957. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1894. 283 p.

Brown cloth lettered orange on cover and gilt on spine; orange and black floral endpapers.

C958. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1897. 285 p.

Sapphire blue cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine, with publisher's logo in black on cover; gray floral endpapers.

C959. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1897. 285, 16 p. ads.

Same as above except for ads and light green floral endpapers.

C960. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1898. 285, [24] p. ads.

Reddish brown cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine, with publisher's logo on front cover; light green endpapers with irregular cellular pattern.

C961. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1898. 285, [24] p. ads.

Sapphire blue cloth lettered gilt; light green endpapers.

C962. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1898. 285, [24] p. ads.

Same as above except for variant ads, dated 4/98.

C963. The Sign of Four. New edition. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1900. 285, 32 p. ads.

Reddish brown cloth lettered gilt; light green endpapers.

C964. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 78, [2] p. ads. (The Penny Library of Famous Books, No. 9)

Editorial notes by C.S.C. on t.p.v.

White paper covers lettered green; ad for Fry's Cocoa on back cover.

Also, white paper covers lettered black.

C965. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 123, [5] p. ads. (Six Pence Net)

Paper covers, with colored cover of Holmes bending on one knee, looking through his lens at a dark lantern on the floor, against a large moon-shaped area in the background. Holmes is wearing spats. "6d. Net" in small colored circle in lower right hand corner.

C966. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d., 1903]. 124, [4] p. ads. (Six Pence Series)

Cover illustration by Herbert Cole, dated 1903, of Jonathan Small with a lantern and one of the Sikhs with raised dagger close behind Achmet; corner ornaments and title in green. Ad for Sunlight Soap on back cover.

C967. The Sign of Four. Illustrated by F. H. Townsend. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d., 1903]. 124, [4] p. ads. (Six Pence Series)

Frontispiece and seven other illustrations.

Cover illustration by Herbert Cole, dated 1903, same as above; corner ornaments and title in green. Ad for Monkey Brand Soap on back cover.

C968. The Sign of Four. Illustrated by F. H. Townsend. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d., 1903]. 124, [4] p. ads. (Six Pence Series)

Frontispiece and one other illustration.

Cover illustration by Herbert Cole, dated 1903, same as above; corner ornaments and title in orange. Ad for Plantol Soap on back cover.

C969. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 124, [4] p. ads. (Sixpenny Series)

Red paper covers with same illustration as above. Ad for Brooke's Monkey Brand Soap on back cover.

C970. The Sign of Four. London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1899. 124, [4] p. ads. (Sixpenny Series)

White paper covers with illustration signed "C.W. Ltd." of a bearded Jonathan Small holding a lantern over the treasure box, while the Sikhs count out the treasure.

C971. The Sign of Four. Souvenir edition. [Illustrated by F.H. Townsend.] London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1901. 285 p.

Blue cloth with letters and Egyptian sphinx and scroll design in gilt by Alfred Garth Jones; light green endpapers with mosaic design; top edge gilt.

Also issued in a boxed set with Adventures and Memoirs.

C972. The Sign of Four. Souvenir edition. [Illustrated by F.H. Townsend.] London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1901. 285, 32 p. ads.

Green cloth, otherwise as above.

C973. The Sign of Four. Souvenir edition. [Illustrated by F.H. Townsend.] London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1902. 285 p.

Dark blue cloth, otherwise as above.

C974. The Sign of Four. Souvenir edition. [Illustrated by F.H. Townsend.] London: George Newnes, Ltd., [1903]. 285 p.

Frontispiece, dated 1903, and seven other illustrations.

Dark blue cloth, otherwise same as above.

C975. The Sign of the Four. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 8 p. ads. (The Brighton Edition, No. 57)

Cream cloth lettered silver on spine, with floral design in black.

C976. The Sign of the Four. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176 p. (Eureka Detective Series, No. 19)

C977. The Sign of the Four. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, [16] p. ads. (Sunset Series, No. 261)

Cover illustration, in light blue and black, of Holmes in a dressing gown, facing left, with a pistol in his right hand.

C978. The Sign of the Four. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Light gray cloth lettered brown, with row of four daisies, with branch and leaves below, in brown on cover and floral design on spine.

C979. The Sign of the Four. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [January 23, 1895]. 176 p. (Happy Thought Library, No. 36)

"Issued semi-monthly. Subscription, $4.50 per year. Price 25 cts." (Cover)

C980. The Sign of the Four. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d]. 176 p. (The Rosebud Edition of Selected Works, No. 4)

Light gray cloth lettered brown, with double ruled ornamental border in brown on cover.

C981. The Sign of Four. With an introduction by Graham Greene. London and Sydney: Pan Books Ltd., [1975]. 140 p.

Cover illustration by F.H. Townsend; colored by Frank Hilary.

2nd printing 1976.

Also listed in a set.

C982. The Sign of Four. [Harmondsworth, Middlesex]: Penguin Books, [1982]. 138 p.

Cover design by John Gorham.

"A murderous conspiracy surrounds the fabulous Agra treasure until Sherlock Holmes unravels the mystery of The Sign of Four." (Cover)

C983. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p.

Cover and spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Dark green cloth lettered red; cover divided into three rectangular areas with outlines in red; oriental lamp also on cover.

C984. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p. illus.

With four anonymous illustrations.

Cover and spine title: Sign of the Four.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine, with intricate geometric design; top edge gilt.

C985. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p.

Cover and spine title: Sign of the Four.

Red buckram lettered gilt on cover and spine, with thin gilt borderline stamped on front with gilt circular floral design; top edge gilt.

C986. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p. (Alpha Library)

Green cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine, with title stamped on cover inside scroll design; top edge gilt.

C987. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 235, [4] p. ads. (Alpha Library)

Cover and spine title: Sign of the Four.

Dark green cloth; title in narrow horizontal panel at top of cover, with decorative panel taking up rest of cover; lettering and flowers in white on cover and spine; fronds and borders in light blue.

C988. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 235, [4] p. ads. (Library Edition)

On spine: Sign of the Four. Library Edition.

Ruby ribbed cloth lettered gilt on spine, with thin borderline stamped on covers, otherwise blank; top edge gilt.

C989. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 235, [5] p. ads. (The Parkside Library, No. 9)

Buff paper covers; floral design and letters in dark blue.

Another company's name, The Continental Pub. Co., Chicago and New York, appears on cover.

C990. The Sign of the Four. New York: Charles Broadway Rouss, [n.d.]. 212 p.

Dull green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with simulated three-quarter leather blind stamped on covers.

C991. The Sign of the Four. Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 212 p.

On title page: H. Conan Doyle.

Tan paper covers with front view of Holmes in dressing gown holding a revolver, against black background. Ad for "The French Fiction Series" on back cover.

C992. The Sign of the Four. Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 1 v. (The Drama Series, No. 119)

C993. The Sign of the Four. Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 1 v. (The Sherlock Holmes Detective Library, No. 450)

C994. The Sign of the Four. Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 212 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Library, No. 204)

C995. The Sign of Four. London: Royle Publications Ltd., in association with Gryphon Books Ltd., [1949]. 153 p.

Green cloth lettered dark green on spine.

Jacket illustration by J. Abbey of Holmes, with curved pipe, holding paper with four crosses and pointing to footprints.

C996. The Sign of the Four. Illustrated by Frank Bolle. New York: Lion Books, [Sayre Publishing, 1973]. 160 p.

At head of title: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery.

Cover illustration of a white horse and hansom cab racing along a cobblestone street as two policeman and a couple watch.

C997. The Sign of Four, by A. Conan Doyle. The Big Bow Mystery, by Israel Zangwill. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928. 306 p. (The S.S. Van Dine Detective Library)

Black pebbled fabricoid cloth lettered gilt on spine, with design of a masked man in futuristic helmet in black and silver on cover; top edge tinted.

C998. The Sign of Four, by A. Conan Doyle. The Big Bow Mystery, by Israel Zangwill. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928. 306 p. (The S.S. Van Dine Detective Library)

On cover and spine: Van Dine Detective Library.

Deep blue cloth with design and letters in gilt.

C999. The Sign of Four, by A. Conan Doyle. The Big Bow Mystery, by Israel Zangwill. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1929. 306 p. (The S.S. Van Dine Detective Library)

C1000. The Sign of the Four. New York; Chicago: Siegel-Cooper Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Light green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with dark green and red floral design on cover.

C1001. The Sign of the Four. New York; Chicago: Siegel-Cooper Co., [n.d.]. 193 p.

On spine: Geo. M. Hill.

C1002. The Sign of Four. New edition. [Illustrated by F.H. Townsend.] London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1908. 285, 10 p. ads.

Red cloth lettered gilt.

Also, deep turquoise cloth lettered gilt.

C1003. The Sign of Four. With eight illustrations [by F.H. Townsend]. New edition. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1910. 285, 10 p. ads.

Frontispiece with caption: "Death of Bartholomew Sholto."

Dark red cloth lettered gilt.

C1004. The Sign of Four. With eight illustrations [by F.H. Townsend]. New edition. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1910. 285, [10] p. ads.

First page of ads for Sir A. Conan Doyle's Works; last page of ads for The Cornhill Magazine.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt.

C1005. The Sign of Four. With eight illustrations [by F.H. Townsend]. New edition. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1915. 285, [10] p. ads.

Red cloth lettered gilt.

C1006. The Sign of the Four. Philadelphia: Strawbridge & Clothier, [n.d.]. iii, 189, [2] p. ads. (The Keystone Series of Novels, No. 17)

Green paper covers lettered black, with color portrait of a girl wearing a picture hat encircled in a ribbon, with a floral border.

C1007. The Sign of the Four: A Novel. New York: Street & Smith, Publishers, [1898]. 176, [16] p. ads. (The Arrow Library, No. 17, Jan. 21, 1898. Weekly)

White pictorial paper covers lettered light violet; ad for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer on back cover.

C1008. The Sign of the Four: A Novel. New York and London: Street & Smith, Publishers, [n.d.]. 176, [11] p. ads. (Select Fiction Library)

Dark green cloth lettered black, with ornate design of grape vine in orange and black on cover and spine.

C1009. The Sign of the Four: A Novel. New York and London: Street & Smith, Publishers, [n.d.]. 176, [11] p. ads. (Select Fiction Library)

Tan cloth lettered purple, with design in purple and green.

C1010. The Sign of the Four: A Novel. New York and London: Street & Smith, Publishers, [n.d.]. 176, [9] p. ads. (Select Fiction Library)

Maroon cloth lettered gilt, with thin borderline impressed on cover, otherwise blank.

C1011. The Sign of the Four: A Novel. New York and London: Street & Smith, Publishers, [n.d.]. 176, [11] p. ads.

Lacks half title: Select Fiction Library.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

C1012. The Sign of the Four: A Novel. New York and London: Street & Smith, Publishers, [n.d.]. 176, 42 p.

Maroon cloth with design and letters in black on cover and gilt on spine.

Also contains: A Night Among the Nihilists. - Cyprian Overbeck Wells.

C1013. The Sign of Four. Copyright edition. Leipzig: Bernhard Tauchnitz, 1891. 278 p. (Tauchnitz Edition, Collection of British and American Authors, Vol. 2698) (A. Conan Doyle, 1)

First Continental edition.

Reprinted circa Autumn 1919, May 1925.

C1014. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: Thompson & Thomas, [n.d.]. 176 p.

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

C1015. The Sign of the Four or The Problem of the Sholtos. New York; Chicago: United States Book Co., [n.d., 1891?]. 255 p.

Grayish blue cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine; dragon design in dark blue on cover.

Also contains: Scan. - Iden.

C1016. "Sherlock Holmes Explains," Adventures Among Books. Compiled by J.J. Sullivan. With illustrations by J. Abbey. London: University of London Press, [1947]. p. 82-86. illus. (The Golden Gateway, II)

Excerpt from Sign.

Green cloth lettered gilt.

C1017. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Philadelphia; New York: John Wanamaker, [n.d.]. 235, [4] p. ads. (Columbine Library)

Spine title: Sign of the Four.

Maroon ribbed cloth lettered gilt on spine, with embossed floral and leaf design.

C1018. "The Sign of the Four," Six Complete Novels by Famous Authors, from Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, with Short Stories, Essays (Critical and Biographical), Poetry and Articles on Miscellaneous Subjects. London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock and Co., [n.d., August 1890]. p. 147-223.

Cover and spine title: Six Complete Stories from Lippincott.

Light brown cloth lettered dark brown on cover and gilt on spine, with floral design in green; light yellow endpapers.

Also, light blue cloth; yellow endpapers.

Light blue cloth; dark brown endpapers.

C1019. "The Sign of the Four," Five Complete Novels by Famous Authors, from Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, with Short Stories, Essays (Critical and Biographical), Poetry and Articles on Miscellaneous Subjects. London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock and Co., [n.d., February 1891]. p. 147-223.

Cover and spine title: Five Complete Stories from Lippincott.

Light brown cloth lettered dark brown and gilt; light yellow endpapers.

C1020. "The Sign of the Four," Five Complete Novels by Famous Authors, from Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, with Short Stories, Essays (Critical and Biographical), Poetry and Articles on Miscellaneous Subjects. London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, Bowden & Co., [n.d., August 1891]. p. 147-223.

Cover and spine title: Five Complete Stories from Lippincott.

Light blue cloth.

C1021. The Sign of Four. [Mahwah, N.J.: Watermill Press, 1987.] 142 p.

"A Watermill Classic."

C1022. The Sign of Four: A Sherlock Holmes Murder Dossier. [Planned and edited by Simon Goodenough. Designed by Malcolm Couch. Photography by Simon McBridge. Research by Caroline Bidwell. Exeter, Devon: Webb & Bower (Publishers) Ltd., 1985.] 1 portfolio. illus.

"Notes and documents belonging to Holmes' handling of `The Problem of the Sholtos.' John H. Watson, 1888. Sent to Conan Doyle December 1889."

C1023. The Sign of Four: A Sherlock Holmes Murder Dossier. [Planned and edited by Simon Goodenough. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1985.] 1 portfolio. illus.

C1024. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 193 p.

Dark gray cloth with floral border and letters in silver.

C1025. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 193 p.

Light brown cloth; cover design in yellow and green, showing two trees, a lake, and mountains; lettered gilt on spine, with flower and other decorations in green and yellow.

C1026. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 193 p. On spine: Geo. M. Hill Co.

Dark red cloth lettered silver on cover and spine, with floral border in black on front.

C1027. The Sign of the Four. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 193 p. (Handy Volume Series, No. 14)

Dark red cloth with floral border and letters in silver.

C1028. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p.

Publisher's address on title page: 521-531 Wabash Avenue.

Cover and spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Light brown cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine, with border and leaf design in dark green on cover; top edge gilt.

C1029. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p.

Spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Dark brown cloth lettered gilt on spine, with cover blank but blind stamped to simulate half leather; top edge gilt.

C1030. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p.

Spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Light green cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

C1031. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p. (Dartmouth Edition)

Spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Dark green cloth with design and letters in gilt; top edge gilt.

C1032. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 235 p. (Marguerite Series, No. 41)

C1033. The Sign of the Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. Chicago; New York: The Werner Co., [n.d.]. 235 p.

Cover and spine title: The Sign of the Four.

Tan cloth lettered gilt on cover and spine; floral and garland design in dark brown and blue with title and author's name inside oval pattern on cover; floral and garland in reduced size on spine; top edge gilt.

Also, light green cloth, otherwise same.

C1034. The Sign of the Four. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 212, [1] p. ads. (American Detective Series, No. 7)

On title page: H. Conan Doyle.

White paper covers; front cover yellow, lettered black, with illustration of a man behind bars and a policeman holding another man outside, and a woman at the right: scene unrelated to the story. Ad for detective and mystery stories published by Westbrook.

C1035. The Sign of the Four. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 212, [11] p. ads. (American Detective Series, No. 7)

On title page: H. Conan Doyle.

Same cover as above; different ads: first ad for Fortune Teller.

C1036. The Sign of the Four. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 212, [12] p. ads. (American Detective Series, No. 7)

On title page: H. Conan Doyle.

Same cover as above; different ads: first ad for Kellar's Wizard Manual.

C1037. The Sign of the Four. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 212, 44 p. ads. (American Detective Series, No. 7)

Also contains: The Giant Detective in France.

C1038. The Sign of the Four, by A. Conan Doyle. With Markheim, by Robert Louis Stevenson. [Racine: Wis.: Whitman Pub. Co., 1922.] 189 p.

Orange and white paper boards lettered black against gray background on cover and orange against black background on spine; ads on endpapers.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1039. The Sign of Four, The Birmingham Weekly Mercury (August 2, 1890), 1; (August 9, 1890), 1; (August 16, 1890), 4; (August 23, 1890), 2; (August 30, 1890), 3; (September 6, 1890), 2; (September 13, 1890), 2; (September 20, 1890), 3.

C1040. The Sign of Four, The Bristol Observer (May 17, 1890), 1; (May 24, 1890), 1; (May 31, 1890), 1; (June 7, 1890), 1; (June 14, 1890), 1; (June 21, 1890), 1; (June 28, 1890), 1; (July 5, 1890), 1. illus.

C1041. The Sign of Four, The Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle [Portsmouth] (July 5, 1890), 9; (July 12, 1890), 9; (July 19, 1890), 9; (July 26, 1890), 9; (August 2, 1890), 9; (August 9, 1890), 9; (August 16, 1890), 9; (August 23, 1890), 9; (August 30, 1890), 9.

C1042. The Sign of the Four, Lippincott's Monthly Magazine [London], 45, No. 266 (February 1890), 145-223.

Illustration by H.D. (Herbert Denman).

C1043. The Sign of the Four; or, The Problem of the Sholtos, Lippincott's Monthly Magazine [Philadelphia], 45, No. 266 (February 1890), 145-223.

Illustration by H. D.

On spine: The Sign of the Four.

First appearance of Sign.

C1044. The Sign of Four, Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (January 5, 1908), 9. (The Ten Greatest Detective Stories Ever Written. Each Retold in a Page)

C1045. "Introducing Sherlock Holmes," Illustrated by William L. Marsh. Playboy, 1, No. 1 (December 1953), 22-25.

Contents: Chapter 1. The Science of Deduction.

C1046. The Sign of Four, Illustrated by Frederick R. Reinert. Police Stories [Police Pub. Co., New York], 4, No. 4 (April 1926), 10-13, 64, 66, 68; cont'd.

C1047. The Sign of the Four, The Providence Sunday Journal (February 16, 1890), 13-14; (February 23, 1890), 13-14.

"A Historical Story." (Subtitle).

C1048. The Sign of Four, Tit Bits, 23 (October 29, 1891), 61-62; (November 5, 1892), 79-80; (November 12, 1892), 97-98; (November 19, 1892), 115-116; (November 26, 1892), 133-134; (December 3, 1892), 151-152; (December 10, 1892) 179-180; (December 17, 1892), 197-198; (December 24, 1892), 216; (December 31, 1892), 233-234; (January 7, 1892), 251-252.

Silver Blaze

 

C1049. "Silver Blaze," Black Beauty and Other Horse Stories. Edited by Paul J. Horowitz and Lily Owens. New York: Avenel Books, [1980]. p. 439-477. illus.

With nine illustrations by Sidney Paget.

C1050. "Silver Blaze," The Detective in Fiction: A Posse of Eight. Selected from the stories of well-known writers and introduced by E. A. Seaborne. London: G. Bell & Sons Ltd., 1931. p. 82-113. (Bell's English Language and Literature Series)

With questions and exercises (p. 235-239).

Also contains: Maddened by Mystery: or, The Defective Detective, by Stephen Leacock.

Reprinted 1934, 1935, 1937, 1938.

C1051. "Silver Blaze," The Sporting Life. Chosen by Alan C. Jenkins. London and Glasgow: Blackie, [1974]. p. 217-245.

C1052. "Silver Blaze," The Great Sports Detective Stories: Sporting Blood. Edited by Ellery Queen. Introduction by Grantland Rice. Garden City, N.Y.: Blue Ribbon Books, [1946]. p. 3-27.

First published under title Sporting Blood by Little, Brown & Co., 1942.

C1053. "Silver Blaze," At the Track: A Treasury of Horse Racing Stories. Edited by Richard Peyton. New York: Bonanza Books, [1986]. p. 65-92.

C1054. "Silver Blaze," Hound Dunnit. Edited by Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg and Carol-Lynn Rössel Waugh. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, [1987]. p. 56-81.

Jacket art and design by Richard Rossiter.

Also contains: Raffles on the Trail of the Hound, by Barry Perowne.

Also published by Robson Books, 1988.

C1055. "Silver Blaze," Horse & Pony Stories. Edited by Janet Barber. [London]: Cathy Books, [1985]. p. 191-219. illus.

Cover and jacket illustration by Gino D'Achille.

First published by Sundial Books Ltd., 1979.

C1056. "Silver Blaze," Short Story 17. An anthology of seventeen short stories selected for high schools by Richard Lunn. Cover design and illustrations by Bob Teringo. [Toronto]: J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd., [1966]. p. 206-236.

With study material (p. 285-287).

C1057. "Silver Blaze," Best Racing and Chasing Stories 2. Edited by Dick Francis and John Welcome. With an introduction by John Welcome. London: Faber and Faber, [1969]. p. 84-108.

C1058. Silver Blaze. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (89 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (122 p.)

Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings. The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

C1059. The Adventure of Silver Blaze: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure. Paisley, Scotland: The Gleniffer Press, [n.d., 1993]. 100 p. illus. 7/8 x 5/8 in.

Cover title: Silver Blaze.

Dark blue cloth lettered silver.

Limited to 200 numbered copies.

C1060. "Silver Blaze," Sleuths: Twenty-Three Great Detectives of Fiction and Their Best Stories. Edited by Kenneth Macgowan. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., [1931]. p. 37-61.

Also contains a Who's Who type biography of Sherlock Holmes by the author (p. 36).

C1061. "Silver Blaze," Hidden Treasures in Literature. Book One. [Edited by] Luella B. Cook, George W. Norvell, [and] William A. McCall. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., [1934]. p. 150-171.

C1062. "Silver Blaze," Literary Adventures in a Modern World: Readings for English Classes. Edited by M. David Hoffman. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1932. p. 167-193.

With a note on the author.

C1063. "Silver Blaze," Great Stories from the World of Sport. Edited by Peter Schwed and Herbert Warren Wind. London: Heinemann, [1960]. p. 83-104.

First published by Simon and Schuster, 1958.

C1064. "Silver Blaze," Sporting Blood: The Great Detective Stories. Edited by Ellery Queen. Introduction by Grantland Rice. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1942. p. 3-27.

Jacket drawing by Forrest W. Orr.

First edition published November 1942.

Reprinted under title The Great Sports Detective Stories: Sporting Blood by Blue Ribbon Books, 1946.

C1065. "Silver Blaze," Aspects of the Short Story. Compiled and edited by E.L. Black and J.P. Parry. London: John Murray, [1956]. p. 52-80.

With notes and exercises (p. 165-166, 172).

Reprinted 1959, 1961, 1965, 1969, 1971, 1973.

C1066. "Silver Blaze," The Great British Detective. Edited and with an introduction by Ron Goulart. New York: New American Library, [August 1982]. p. 1-26.

"A Mentor Book."

C1067. "Silver Blaze," Great Racing Stories. Edited and introduced by Dick Francis and John Welcome. London: W. W. Norton & Co., [1989]. p. 17-40.

-----.The Dick Francis Treasury of Great Racing Stories. Edited and introduced by Dick Francis and John Welcome. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., [1990]. p. 17-40.

C1068. "Silver Blaze," The Oxford Book of English Detective Stories. Edited by Patricia Craig. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990. p. 6-28.

Also published in a paperback edition, 1992.

C1069. Silver Blaze. Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., [n.d., 1978]. 50 p. (A Perfection Micro-Classic, MC 159)

C1070. Silver Blaze. [Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., 1983.] 62 p.

"A Tale Blazer Book."

With questions and exercises (p. 47-62).

C1071. Silver Blaze. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 72 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 121)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C1072. "Silver Blaze," Hound Dunnit. Edited by Isaac Asimov, Martin Harry Greenberg and Carol-Lynn Rössel Waugh. [London]: Robson Books, [1988]. p. 56-81.

Cover design by Costelloe Newman.

Also contains: Raffles on the Trail of the Hound, by Barry Perowne.

First published by Carroll & Graf, 1987.

C1073. "Silver Blaze," Tales of Imagination and Suspense. Morristown, N.J.: Silver Burdett Co., [1982]. p. 55-88. (The Silver Classics)

Also includes a Study Guide by Bernard Brodsky: "Silver Blaze" (p. G6-G8).

C1074. "Silver Blaze," Great Stories from the World of Sport. Edited by Peter Schwed and Herbert Warren Wind. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1958. Vol. 1, p. 283-304.

2nd printing, n.d.

Also published by Heinemann, 1960.

C1075. Silver Blaze. [New York: Springbok Editions, 1966.] 16 p. With a separately published solution. 3 p.

Included in Springbok Circular Jigsaw Puzzle.

C1076. "Silver Blaze," In the Tracks of Crime. Edited by Henry T.F. Rhodes. London: Turnstile Press, [1952]. p. 5-29.

C1077. "Silver Blaze," Seven Great Detective Stories. Edited by William H. Larson. Illustrated by Michael Lowenbein. Racine, Wis.: Whitman Pub. Div./Western Pub. Co., [1968]. p. 131-167. (Whitman Classics)

Reprinted (paperback ed.) 1969, 1979 (Golden Press), with cover illustration by Ben Otero.

C1078. "Silver Blaze," The Horse-Lovers' Anthology. Edited by Shirley Faulkner-Horne. London: H.F. & G. Witherby Ltd., [1949]. p. 248-278.

With three Paget illustrations.

C1079. "Silver Blaze," The Great Horse Omnibus: From Homer to Hemingway, by Thurston Macauley. Introduction by Bing Crosby. Chicago: Ziff-Davis Pub. Co., 1949. p. 59-87.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1080. "Silver Blaze," Baltimore Weekly Sun (December 31, 1892), 1.

C1081. "The Adventure of Silver Blaze," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (January 29, 1893), 18. illus.

C1082. "The Adventure of Silver Blaze," Glasgow Weekly Mail (October 20, 1894), 7; (October 27, 1894), 7.

C1083. "The Adventure of Silver Blaze," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1888 (February 25, 1893), 181-184. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C1084. "The Adventure of Silver Blaze," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (May 7, 1905), 1-2.

C1085. "Silver Blaze," Pennsylvania Grit Story Companion [Williamsport], 23, No. 5, Story Companion No. 520 (January 1, 1905), 1-7. illus.

C1086. "The Adventure of Silver Blaze," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 4, No. 24 (December 1892), 645-660. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, No. 13)

First appearance.

C1087. "The Adventure of Silver Blaze," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 4, No. 24 (January 1893), 645-660.

"Double Christmas Number."

Contents page is dated December 1892.

C1088. "The Story of Silver Blaze," Tit Bits, 59 (September 24, 1910), 27-28; (October 1, 1910), 51-52; (October 8, 1910), 75-76.

 

The Adventure of the Six Napoleons

 

C1089. The Adventure of the Six Napoleons. Reprinted from the sixty-two novels, novelettes and short stories that make up the ten volumes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's greatest stories. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, [n.d., 1914?]. [ii], 209-236, [4] p. illus.

Cover illustration by Steele.

Booklet advertising the ten-volume set bound in dark green half leather.

C1090. "The Adventure of the Six Napoleons," Three Detective Stories. [Adapted by Mary Raitt and Helena Newman. Illustrated by Alex Kenné.] [New York]: Collier-Macmillan International, [1964]. p. 16-35. (Collier-Macmillan English Readers)

At head of title: English Language Services, Inc.

On cover: 3,000 word vocabulary.

With questions and exercises, key to exercises, and glossary and notes.

Also contains: The Perfect Maid, by Agatha Christie. - The Martian Crown Jewels, by Poul Anderson.

5th printing 1973.

C1091. "The Adventure of the Six Napoleons," Short Stories for Young People. Selected and edited by J.A. Colbert. Toronto; Vancouver: J.M. Dent & Sons (Canada) Ltd., [1955]. p. 62-87. (Aldine Modern English Series)

With notes (p. 270-272).

Reprinted 1956, 1957, 1959, 1961 (twice).

C1092. "The Adventure of the Six Napoleons," Masterpieces of Surprise. Compiled by James L. Monahan. New York: Hart Pub. Co., [1966]. p. 203-233.

Cover illustration by Push Pin Studios/Glaser of a fish with woman's legs.

Also, a later printing with a cover illustration of the title on a box with the final word "surprise" in the box.

C1093. The Six Napoleons. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 62 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 133)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C1094. "The Adventure of the Six Napoleons," Exploring Life Through Literature, by Robert C. Pooley, Irvin C. Poley, Jean Cravens Leyda, [and] Lillian J. Zellhoefer. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1951]. p. 12-26. illus. (America Reads, 2)

Printed in double columns.

There are at least four different bindings: 1) green and white cloth with a cover illustration of a standing figure of Holmes; 2) green and yellow cloth with a cover illustration of Holmes reading a book; 3) light and dark green cloth with a cover illustration of Holmes (Rathbone) reading a book; 4) also a paperback edition with the same cover illustration of Rathbone and the number MD 102.3.

Also contains: The Adventure of the Late Mr. Faversham, by August Derleth.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1095. "The Adventure of the Six Napoleons," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 33, No. 5 (April 30, 1904), 14-15, 28-31. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 8)

First appearance.

C1096. "The Adventure of the Six Napoleons," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 27, No. 161 (May 1904), 482-495. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 8)

 

The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist

C1097. "The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist," Responding: Two. [Edited by] Donald G. Rutledge and Jerry L. Walker. [Lexington, Mass.]: Ginn and Co., [1973]. p. 373-389. illus. (Ginn Interrelated Sequences in Literature)

-----, -----. Talks with Teachers About Responding: Two. T-70, ix, 406 p.

C1098. The Solitary Cyclist. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 58 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 132)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1099. "The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 32, No. 13 (December 26, 1903), 16-17, 20-21. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 4)

Cover illustration of Holmes seated on the floor in his dressing gown smoking a pipe.

First appearance.

C1100. "The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist," Stoll's Editorial News, 5, supplements (June 30, 1921), vi-vii; (July 28, 1921), ix-x; (August 11, 1921), v-vii; (September 8, 1921), xiii-xiv. illus.

C1101. "The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 27, No. 157 (January 1904), 2-14. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 4)

 

The Adventure of the Speckled Band

 

C1102. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," A Cavalcade of Life in Writing. [Edited by] Catherine J. Sullivan. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1963. p. 15-45.

With an introduction, "Shifting the Clues," "Word Study," and twenty-three illustrations.

C1103. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Treasury of Great Short Stories [Minneapolis]: Amaranth Press [B. Dalton Booksellers]; [London: Octopus Books Ltd., 1985]. p. 307-330. (Masters Library)

A handsomely printed and bound volume.

C1104. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," A Book of the Short Story. Selected and edited, with History and Techniques of the Short Story, Notes, and Bibliographies, by E.A. Cross. New York: American Book Co., [1934]. p. 520-540.

C1105. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Mastery of Reading. Book 2. Worlds of People. [Edited by] Matilda Bailey [and] Ullin W. Leavell. [New York]: American Book Co., [1951]. p. 448-468.

With questions and exercises.

Printed in double columns.

Grades 7-12.

C1106. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Mastery of Reading. Book 2. Worlds of People. [Edited by] Matilda Bailey [and] Ullin W. Leavell. Rev. and enl. New York: American Book Co., [1956]. p. 448-468.

C1107. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," High School Reading. Book 2. [Edited by] Alex M. Caughran [and] Lee Harrison Mountain. [New York]: American Book Co., [1961]. p. 390-411. illus.

The line "...Mrs. Hudson has been knocked up..." has been changed to "roused up."

With eight questions.

C1108. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Reader as Detective. Book 1. [Adapted by Burton Goodman. Illustrated by John Jones.] New York: Amsco School Publications, [1985]. p. 3-41. illus.

With 25 short-answer questions.

Grades 5-7.

C1109. "Dr. Watson Records Another Adventure: Beginning of 'The Speckled Band,' from Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," An Editor's Treasury: a Continuing Anthology of Prose, Verse, and Literary Curiosa. Edited by Herbert R. Mayes. New York: Atheneum, 1968. Pt. 1, Vol. 1, p. 521-522.

C1110. "The Speckled Band," Famous Tales of the Fantastic. Edited by Herbert Van Thal. Illustrated by Edward Pagram. London: Arthur Barker Ltd., [1965]. p. 35-63.

Also published by Hill and Wang, 1965.

C1111. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Boys' Book of Great Detective Stories. Edited by Howard Haycraft. [New York]: Berkley Pub. Corp., [July 1964]. p. 28-55. (Highland Book, C953)

First published by Harper & Brothers, 1938.

C1112. The Adventure of the Speckled Band. [New York]: Bristol Laboratories, Div. of Bristol-Myers Co., September 1982. 23 p. illus. (MEO33-2C)

One in a set of six promotional booklets.

The others are Norw, Blue, RedH, Danc, and Scan.

C1113. "The Adventures [sic] of the Speckled Band," The Bumper Book of Stories for Boys & Girls. [London: Cathay Books, 1983.] p. 182-207. illus.

Also contains: The Stolen Cigar-Case, by Bret Harte. - The Silver Mirror, by A. Conan Doyle.

C1114. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," 65 Great Spine Chillers. [Secaucus, N.J.]: Chartwell Books, [1988]. p. 218-237.

Jacket illustration by Steve Crisp.

First published by Octopus Books Ltd., 1982.

C1115. "The Speckled Band: A Sherlock Holmes Story," The Case of the Vanishing Spinster and Other Mystery Stories. Chosen by Susan Dickinson. Illustrated by Robert Micklewright. London: Collins, [1972]. p. 100-127.

"...what anthology would be complete without Holmes and Watson?" (Foreword)

C1116. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Stories to Remember. Edited by Joyce McMaster. Vancouver: The Copp Clark Pub. Co., [1957]. p. 41-71. (The Copp Clark Literature Series)

Also contains: The Stolen Cigar Case, by A. Co--n D--le (Bret Harte).

C1117. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Classics to Read Aloud to Your Children. [Compiled by] William F. Russell. New York: Crown Publishers, [1984]. p. 136-163.

With notes.

Approximate reading time: 62 minutes.

C1118. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," A Century of Thrillers: From Poe to Arlen. With a foreword by James Agate. [Illustrated by MacKay.] London: Daily Express Publications, 1934. p. 137-163.

C1119. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Tales of Terror and Suspense. Edited by Stewart H. Benedict. [New York: Dell Pub. Co., October 1963.] p. 165-194. (Laurel-Leaf Library)

Cover illustration of a man writing by candlelight with a bat hanging above him.

2nd printing November 1966; 3rd printing June 1967; 4th printing October 1967; 5th printing March 1968; 6th printing March 1970; 7th printing August 1971; 8th printing April 1972; 9th printing January 1973; 10th printing October 1973; 11th printing July 1974.

C1120. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Progressive Readings in Prose. Edited by Rudolph W. Chamberlain and Joseph S.G. Bolton. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1923. p. 313-327.

Printed in double columns.

Reprinted 1925.

C1121. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Family Book of Best Loved Short Stories. Edited by Leland W. Lawrence. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [1954]. p. 355-378.

Also published by Hanover House, 1954.

C1122. "The Speckled Band," The Drugged Cornet and Other Mystery Stories. Chosen by Susan Dickinson. Illustrated by Robert Micklewright. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., [1973]. p. 100-127.

First published in 1972 with title: The Case of the Vanishing Spinster.

C1123. The Adventure of the Speckled Band. Tucson: Ghost River Press, [1992]. 1 v.

Produced in two sizes: 2 3/8 x 2 in. (89 p.) and 1 1/4 x 1 in. (123 p.). Published in paperback and hardcover editions, including leather bindings. The smaller size was also issued in kit form.

C1124. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Favorite Short Stories. [Selected and edited by] Lewis G. Sterner. New York: Globe Book Co., [1958]. p. 233-273. illus.

Illustrated with a scene from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939). Also includes Vocabulary, Questions for Comprehension, and Doing Things.

C1125. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Favorite Short Stories. [2nd ed.] [Selected and edited by] Lewis G. Sterner. [Illustrations by Diamond Art Studio.] New York: Globe Book Co., [1967]. p. 233-273. illus.

With Vocabulary, Questions for Comprehension, and Doing Things.

C1126. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Treasury of Snake Lore. Edited by Brandt Aymar. New York: Greenberg, [1956]. p. 177-196.

C1127. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Boys' Book of Great Detective Stories. Edited by Howard Haycraft. Eau Claire, Wis.: E.M. Hale and Co., 1968. p. 19-46.

"A Cadmus Book."

First published by Harper & Brothers, 1938.

C1128. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Family Book of Best Loved Short Stories. Edited by Leland W. Lawrence. Garden City, N.Y.: Hanover House, [1954]. p. 355-378.

Also published in a Book Club Edition.

Also published by Doubleday, 1954.

C1129. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Short Stories. Edited by H.C. Schweikert. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., [1925]. p. 299-325.

With biography, questions, and exercises.

Reprinted 1931.

C1130. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Short Stories. Edited by H.C. Schweikert. Enl. ed. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, [1934]. p. 351-377.

With biography, questions, and exercises.

Grades 10-12.

Reprinted 1935, 1938, 1941, 1946.

C1131. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Detective Fiction: Crime and Compromise. Edited by Dick Allen and David Chacko. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, [1974]. p. 101-121.

The book also contains Holmes references, especially on pages 370-372 and 407, and seven questions.

C1132. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Fictions. [Edited by] Joseph F. Trimmer [and] C. Wade Jennings. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, [1985]. p. 311-328.

With questions for discussion and writing.

C1133. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Great Short-Stories. With introductory essays on the great story writers by William J. Dawson and Coningsby W. Dawson. Two volumes in one. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1910]. Vol. 2, p. 89-122.

C1134. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Boys' Book of Great Detective Stories. Edited by Howard Haycraft. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, [1938]. p. 19-46.

Gray cloth lettered red; "A Gallery of Famous Detectives," including Holmes, on endpapers.

3rd edition (printing) M-N (December 1938).

Paperback edition published by Berkley, 1964.

C1135. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Boys' Book of Great Detective Stories. Edited by Howard Haycraft. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, [n.d., 1965]. p. 19-46.

"13 fiction detectives created by world-famous authors." (Cover and jacket)

Jacket design by Nancy Etheredge.

C1136. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Boys' Book of Great Detective Stories. Edited by Howard Haycraft. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, [n.d., C-Q (March 1966), c.1938]. p. 19-46.

"13 stories...by world-famous authors, each introducing a noted fictional detective." (Jacket)

C1137. "The Speckled Band," Great Suspense Stories. Compiled by Rosamund Morris. Illustrated by Raymond Burns. [Designed by Stefan Salter.] New York: Hart Pub. Co., [1962]. p. 9-51.

Cream boards with grayish rose spine; dark gray endpapers.

Also, three-quarter light blue cloth with sapphire blue spine lettered silver; pale blue endpapers.

C1138. "The Speckled Band," Great Suspense Stories. Compiled by Rosamund Morris. Illustrated by Raymond Burns. [Designed by Stefan Salter.] New York City: Hart Pub. Co., [1962]. p. 9-51. (Sunrise Library)

Rosewood library binding; dark gray endpapers.

"A chilling collection of horror stories that includes classics by A. Conan Doyle, W.W. Jacobs, and Ben Hecht." (Cover)

Ages 9-14.

C1139. "The Speckled Band," Famous Tales of the Fantastic. Edited by Herbert Van Thal. Illustrated by Edward Pagram. New York: Hill and Wang, [1965]. p. 35-63.

Also published by Arthur Barker, 1965.

C1140. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Literature for Life. [Edited by] Arno Jewett, A.H. Lass [and] Margaret Early. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [c.1958]. p. 447-464. illus.

Printed in double columns.

C1141. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Reflections in Literature. [Edited by] Philip McFarland, Sharon Breakstone [and] Morse Peckham. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1972]. p. 72-87. (Houghton Mifflin Literature Series)

With questions for discussion.

Spine title: Reflections.

C1142. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Mystery Stories 1. [Edited by] James Higgins. James Moffett Senior Editor. [Illustrated by John Freas.] Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1973]. p. 78-106. illus. (Interaction: A Student-Centered Language Arts and Reading Program)

C1143. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Bedside Book of Famous British Stories. Edited by Bennett A. Cerf and Henry C. Moriarty. With an introduction by Bliss Perry. New York: The Literary Guild of America, [1940]. p. 343-364.

First published by Random House, 1940.

C1144. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," A Harvest of Short Stories. Edited by John M. Donohue and Marjorie E. McIntosh. Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., [1960]. p. 90-113.

With notes and questions (p. 185-186).

Reprinted 1960, 1961.

C1145. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," A Book of Good Stories. With preface, introduction and notes by G. Fred McNally. Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, [1934]. p. 103-138.

"A St. Martin's Classic."

"Authorized for use in British Columbia and Saskatchewan."

C1146. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," A Book of Stories. Brother H. Raphael, editor. New York: The Macmillan Co./Catholic Education Division, [1960]. p. 146-173. (The Pageant of Literature)

C1147. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," A Book of Stories. Rev. ed. Brother H. Raphael, [editor]. New York: The Macmillan Co., [1965]. p. 30-57. (The Pageant of Literature)

With an introduction on Doyle, questions, etc.

C1148. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Literature. [Edited by] James H. Pickering [and] Jeffrey D. Hoeper. New York: Macmillan Pub. Co.; London: Collier Macmillan Publishers, [1982]. p. 205-221.

The introduction also contains several references to Doyle and Holmes and quotations from the Canon (p. 1-67).

C1149. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," 12 Detective Stories: Their History and Development. Selected and with an introduction by Grant Huffman. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Ltd., [1965]. p. 81-107.

With questions.

At head of title: An Anthology for Secondary Schools.

Also published in a variant binding, without the subtitle.

Also contains: Maddened by Mystery, by Stephen Leacock.

C1150. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Short Story: A Technical and Literary Study, by Ethan Allen Cross. Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1914 [October 1914]. p. 241-276.

2nd edition 1917; 6th edition 1928; 7th edition 1931.

C1151. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Introduction to the Short Story. [Edited by] Crosby E. Redman. Cincinnati: McCormick-Mathers Pub. Co., [1965]. p. 241-271. (New Dimensions in Literature)

With questions and comments.

C1152. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," An Anthology of Famous British Stories. Edited by Bennett Cerf and Henry C. Moriarty. New York: The Modern Library, [1952]. p. 343-364. (A Modern Library Giant, G 54)

First published by Random House, 1940.

C1153. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Mystery Hall of Fame: An Anthology of Classic Mystery and Suspense Stories Selected by the Mystery Writers of America. Edited by Bill Pronzini, Martin H. Greenberg, and Charles G. Waugh. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1984. p. 33-61.

C1154. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," 21 Great Stories. Edited by Abraham H. Lass and Norma L. Tasman. New York and Toronto: The New American Library; London: The New English Library Ltd., [February 1969]. p. 193-220.

"A Mentor Book, MQ905."

Also published in a variant cover and number (MW1306).

C1155. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Detective Stories. Edited by Deborah Shine. Illustrated by Roger Fereday. [London: Octopus Books Ltd., 1980.] p. 176-201.

Cover and spine title: Thrilling Detective Stories.

C1156. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," 65 Great Spine Chillers. Edited by Mary Danby. [London: Octopus Books Ltd., 1982.] p. 218-237.

Jacket illustration by Steve Crisp.

2nd impression 1983 (with a cover photo of a tarantula, and without a jacket).

C1157. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Mystery Book. Edited by H. Douglas Thompson. [Illustrated by Ernest Wallcousins.] London: Odhams Press Ltd., [c.1934]. p. 464-489.

With an introduction on Doyle, questions, a project for composition, and a partial list of other stories by Doyle.

C1158. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Short Stories: A Collection for High School Students. Edited by Henry I. Christ [and] Jerome Shostak. New York: Oxford Book Co., [1948]. p. 22-51.

With an editorial introduction, vocabulary, words to learn, objective questions, and discussion questions.

C1159. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Oxford Book of Gothic Tales. Edited by Chris Baldick. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992. p. 264-285.

C1160. The Adventure of the Speckled Band. [New York]: Papertexts/Associated Educational Services Corp., [1967]. 32 p. (30078 ES/2)

Cover illustration by Herbert Danska.

Also contains: 1. Ideas Worth Discussing. - 2. Vocabulary Review. - 3. Suggested Composition Activities.

-----. Teacher's Manual: The First One Hundred Short Stories, [by] Harry Shefter. [New York]: Papertexts/Associated Education Services Corp., [1967]. 35 p. -----. Teacher's Answers Manual: The First One Hundred Short Stories. [New York]: Papertexts/Associated Educational Services Corp., [1967]. 22 p.

C1161. The Adventure of the Speckled Band. Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., [n.d., 1978]. 50 p. (A Perfection Micro-Classic, MC 23)

C1162. The Adventure of the Speckled Band. [Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., 1979.] 61 p.

"A Tale Blazer Book."

With questions and exercises. Published in off-white, light gray, and yolk yellow paper covers.

C1163. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Vocabu-Lit: A Vocabulary Workbook. Falcon Edition. Logan, Iowa: The Perfection Form Co., 1987. p. 25-28, 55-58.

Excerpts and vocabulary exercises.

C1164. The Speckled Band. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 116)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C1165. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Bedside Book of Famous British Stories. Edited by Bennett A. Cerf and Henry C. Moriarty. With an introduction by Bliss Perry. New York: Random House, [1940]. p. 343-364.

Also published by The Literary Guild of America, 1940, and the Modern Library, 1952.

C1166. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Great British Short Stories. Selected by the editors of The Reader's Digest. With an introduction by J.B. Priestley. [London]: The Reader's Digest Association Ltd., [1974]. p. 240-260.

C1167. The Speckled Band. Illustrated by Dean Morrissey. New York: St. Martin's Press, [1987]. 31 p. (Night Lights)

"A glow in the dark book."

An element in each of the illustrations has been overprinted with phosphorescent ink.

C1168. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Good Times Through Literature. [Edited by] Robert C. Pooley, Irvin C. Poley, Jean Cravens Leyda [and] Lillian J. Zellhoefer. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1951]. p. 39-54. illus. (America Reads, I)

Sherlockian illustration also on page 11.

With notes and questions.

Printed in double columns.

C1169. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Good Times Through Literature. [Edited by] Robert C. Pooley, Irvin C. Poley, Jean Cravens Leyda, and Lillian J. Zellhoefer. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., 1957. p. 44-60. illus. (America Reads, I)

With notes and questions.

Printed in double columns.

C1170. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Outlooks Through Literature. [Edited by] Robert C. Pooley, Jesse Stuart, Lillian White, Jay Cline [and] Olive S. Niles. [Glenview, Ill.]: Scott, Foresman and Co., [c.1968, 1964]. p. 2-19. illus. (America Reads)

With notes and questions.

Printed in double columns.

Previously published with title Good Times Through Literature, 1951, 1957.

C1171. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Contemporary Literature. [Edited by] Russell Blankenship, Rollo L. Lyman, [and] Howard C. Hill. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [1938]. p. 930-953.

C1172. "The Speckled Band," A Mystery Reader: Stories of Detection, Adventure, and Horror. Edited by Nancy Ellen Talburt [and] Lyna Lee Montgomery. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, [1975]. p. 59-85. (Scribner Student Paperbacks, 36)

With comment and questions.

Also contains: Watson Was a Woman, by Rex Stout.

C1173. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Study and Appreciation of the Short Story: With Representative Readings, by Roy Ivan Johnson, Esther Marshall Cowan [and] Mary Safford Peacock. New York: Silver Burdett and Co., [1930]. p. 144-171.

C1174. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Prose and Poetry for Appreciation, Including A Story of Literature. Edited by H. Ward McGraw. Illustrated by Guy Brown Wiser. Syracuse: The L.W. Singer Co., [1934]. p. 56-82. illus. (The New Prose and Poetry Series, [2])

With two illustrations, study suggestions, and exercises.

Reprinted 1935, 1940.

Also published in a Catholic edition.

C1175. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Prose and Poetry for Appreciation. Edited by Elizabeth Frances Ansorge, Harriet Marcella Lucas, Raymond F. McCoy [and] Donald MacLean Tower. Design and illustrations by Guy Brown Wiser. Syracuse: The L.W. Singer Co., [1942]. p. 670-696. (The Prose and Poetry Series)

With questions and exercises.

C1176. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Prose and Poetry for Appreciation. [Edited] by Julian L. Maline and Wilfred M. Mallon, with Thomas W. Curry, John J. Divine, Francis J. Guentner, and Robert R. Lakas and with illustrations by Guy Brown Wiser, Joseph Stahley, and Harold W. Miles. Syracuse: The L.W. Singer Co., [1948]. p. 39-66. illus. (The St. Thomas More Series)

With three illustrations, questions and exercises.

C1177. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Prose and Poetry for Appreciation. 4th ed. Edited by Harriet Marcelia Lucas [and] Herman M. Ward. Designed and illustrated by Guy Brown Wiser. Syracuse: The L.W. Singer Co., [1950]. p. 553-578. (The Prose and Poetry Series)

With a short introduction, questions for discussion, and a biographical note on Doyle (p. 783-784).

C1178. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," [Illustrated by Darryle Purcell]. Gateway to Mystery Stories: Illustrated Short Story Classics. Elayne Sidley, editor. Carson, CA.: Target Press, [1978]. p. 5-14. (The Gateway Series)

"Adapted for the young reader."

Sherlockian cover and jacket illustration.

C1179. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Adapted by David Eastman. Illustrated by Allan Eitzen. [Mahwah, N.J.]: Troll Associates, [1982]. 32 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Library, [Vol. 3])

Grades 5-9.

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

Also listed in a set.

C1180. "The Speckled Band," Modern Detective Stories. First Series, by A. Conan Doyle, R. Austin Freeman, A.E.W. Mason, Baroness Orczy [and] Edgar Wallace. [London]: University of London Press, 1929. p. 9-43. (Treasuries of Modern Prose. Selected by H.A. Treble)

Reprinted 1932, 1935, 1936, 1938, 1941, 1945, 1947, 1949.

C1181. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Tantalizing Locked Room Mysteries. Edited by Isaac Asimov, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin Harry Greenberg. New York: Walker and Co., [1982]. p. 35-60.

C1182. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Adapted by Herbert Balish. The Way It Is: Make Your Move. [N.p.]: Xerox Corp., 1967. p. 33-55.

Title from cover.

"This material has been compiled by Xerox Corporation. It is part of the program The Way It Is, to be used in conjunction with the Teacher Handbook, Learner Log, and accompanying phonograph records."

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1183. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Arthur's New Home Magazine [Philadelphia], 62 (April 1892), 355-368.

C1184. "The Speckled Band," Baltimore Weekly Sun (April 9, 1892), 1.

C1185. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Boston Sunday Herald (February 14, 1892), 22. illus.

C1186. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," [Illustrations: Mike Grimsdale]. Complete Bestsellers [Viaduct Publications, London], 1, No. 1 (May-June 1981), 3-8.

C1187. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Glasgow Weekly Mail (March 10, 1894), 7; (March 17, 1894), 7.

C1188. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Drawings by John Alan Maxwell. The Golden Book Magazine, 12, No. 72 (December 1930), 85-94, 107, 110-111.

Also contains: The Real Sherlock Holmes, by Vincent Starrett.

C1189. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Grand Magazine, 51 (July 1927), 519-532.

C1190. "The Speckled Band," Junior Catholic Messenger, 27, No. 15 (January 6, 1961), 6-7; 27, No. 16 (January 13, 1961), 6-7; 27, No. 17 (January 20, 1961), 6-7.

A simplified version for middle grades.

C1191. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," New York Tribune, (April 3, 1892), 18.

C1192. "The Spotted Band," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (August 20, 1905), 8-9.

C1193. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," The Philadelphia Inquirer (February 14, 1892), 16. illus.

C1194. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Pittsburgh Press (February 13, 1892), 5; (February 14, 1892), 11. illus.

C1195. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Condensed from The Complete Sherlock Holmes. The Reader's Digest, 41, No. 243 (July 1942), 139-153.

C1196. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (November 20, 1892), 35.

C1197. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," San Francisco Examiner (February 21, 1892), 19. illus.

C1198. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Illustrations by Alan Magee. Scholastic Scope, 13, No. 10 (November 16, 1970), 8-11, 22.

A simplified dramatization for high school students.

C1199. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (December 23, 1904), 4; (December 30, 1904), 4.

C1200. "The Speckled Band," Short Stories Magazine [West Sussex], 1, No. 9 (August 1981), 83-96.

C1201. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 3, No. 14 (February 1892), 142-157. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, No. 8)

First appearance.

C1202. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 3 (March 1892), 142-157.

C1203. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (May 25, 1930), 6; (June 1, 1930), 6. illus.

C1204. "The Adventure of the Speckled Band," Tit Bits, 58 (August 6, 1910), 459-461.

C1205. "The Speckled Band," [Illustrated by Luis Dominguez]. The World of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine, 1, No. 1 (December 1977), 23-31, 62-67.

 

The Stockbroker's Clerk

 

C1206. "The Stockbroker's Clerk," Great English Short Stories. Edited by Lewis Melville and Reginald Hargreaves. New York City: Blue Ribbon Books, [n.d., 1933]. p. 717-732.

First published by Viking Press, 1930.

C1207. "The Stockbroker's Clerk," Great English Short Stories. Edited by Lewis Melville and Reginald Hargreaves. New York: The Viking Press, 1930. p. 717-732.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1208. "The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk," Glasgow Weekly Mail (September 22, 1894), 7.

C1209. "The Adventure of the Stock-Broker's Clerk," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1890 (March 11, 1893), 225-227. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C1210. "The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (May 21, 1905), 3-4.

C1211. "The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 5, No. 27 (March 1893), 281-291. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, No. 16)

First appearance.

C1212. "The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 5 (April 1893), 281-291.

C1213. "The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk," Tit Bits, 60 (June 3, 1911), 269-272.

 

A Study in Scarlet

 

C1214. "A Study in Scarlet," The Reminiscences of John H. Watson, M.D. [London: 1887?]

A book so scarce that it has yet to be located, but is mentioned in Beeton's Christmas Annual for 1887.

The first of Hall H. Trevor's Ten Literary Studies (DA2014) is devoted to this and the second appearance, in Beeton's, of Dr. Watson's first recorded adventure of Sherlock Holmes.

C1215. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: William L. Allison Co., [n.d.]. 175 p. Dark red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with design blind stamped on cover and spine.

C1216. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: William L. Allison Co., [n.d.]. 188 p. On cover and spine: Arundel Edition.

Dark green cloth with floral design and letters in black on cover and in black and gilt on spine.

C1217. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: William L. Allison Co., [n.d.]. 175 p. (New Albion)

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

C1218. A Study in Scarlet. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 213, [14] p. ads. (No. 87)

Yellow paper covers lettered black.

C1219. A Study in Scarlet. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 213, [12] p. ads. (Delphic Series, No. 91)

C1220. A Study in Scarlet. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 213, [13] p. ads. (Harvard Series, No. 84)

Light blue paper covers lettered dark blue, with portrait of a veiled woman on front cover and an ad for Mehlin pianos on back cover. Also on front cover: Boston: New England Paper & Stationery Co., 18 Union St.

C1221. A Study in Scarlet. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 213, [227]-255, [10] p. ads.

Grayish ruby cloth with floral design and letters in gilt on spine.

Also contains: Iden.

C1222. A Study in Scarlet. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 213, [227]-255, [11] p. ads. (A. Conan Doyle's Works)

On spine: Aldine Edition.

Geranium (red) cloth lettered gilt on spine, with circular floral design blind stamped on covers.

Last ads for the "Linwood" 12 mos.

Contents as above.

C1223. A Study in Scarlet. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 213, [227]-255, [10] p. ads. (A. Conan Doyle's Works)

On spine: Aldine Edition.

Purple cloth; otherwise same as above.

Last ad for Tales of Soldiers and Civilians, by Ambrose Bierce.

Contents as above.

C1224. A Study in Scarlet. New York: American Publishers Corp., [n.d.]. 213, [227]-255, [10] p. ads.

On cover and spine: Linwood Edition.

Grayish green cloth with design in black and letters in gilt on spine.

Contents as above.

C1225. A Study in Scarlet. With an introduction by Ed McBain. New York: Ballantine Books, [May 1975]. xv, 141 p.

"A Ballantine Mystery Classic."

Cover illustration by Dick Anderson of Holmes and Watson in front of The Blue Boar.

3rd printing June 1976.

Also issued in a boxed set.

C1226. A Study in Scarlet. Containing Also Two Original Plays for Home Performance. I. "Food for Powder," by R. André. II. "The Four-Leaved Shamrock," by C.J. Hamilton. With Numerous Original Engravings, by D.H. Friston, R. André, and Matt Stretch. London; New York: Ward, Lock and Co., [1887]. 168 p. illus. (Beeton's Christmas Annual, No. 28)

A note at the beginning of Part I reads: "Being a reprint from the reminiscences of John H. Watson, M.D., late of the Army Medical Department." So far, however, the earlier publication has not been discovered.

Issued in November.

The "second" appearance of Stud!

C1227. "A Study in Scarlet," Beeton's Christmas Annual, No. 28 (1887). [Morristown, N.J.: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1960.] p. 1-95.

A facsimile edition of 500 copies, of which 100 numbered copies were allocated to the Sherlock Holmes Society of London. There are three variants: Red-ink stamp on the title page (U.S.), purple-ink stamp at the end of the publisher's note on the back (England), and without ink stamp. The edition was produced jointly by Edgar W. Smith and Lord Donegall, and includes a publishers' note, dated Christmas 1960, by Smith.

C1228. "A Study in Scarlet," Beeton's Christmas Annual, No. 28 (1887). [Nyetimber, Pagham, West Sussex: Conan Doyle Books, c. J.M. Gibson, 1987.] p. 1-95.

Centenary facsimile edition in slipcase limited to 550 numbered copies, of which 50 copies are signed by Dame Jean Conan Doyle and issued in a finer slipcase.

The following statement appears at the bottom of page 138: "Centenary Facsimile Edition printed by Burgess & Son (Abingdon) Ltd., Abingdon, Oxfordshire."

C1229. "A Study in Scarlet," Beeton's Christmas Annual. With a new introduction by Catherine Cooke and a publishers' note by Edgar W. Smith. [New York]: Magico Magazine, [1987]. p. 1-95.

"Containing - also two original drawing room plays: Food for Powder, by R. André; The Four Leaved Shamrock, by C.J. Hamilton. With engravings by D.H. Friston, Matt Stretch and R. André."

Jacket design by Scott Bond.

C1230. Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet. Woodbury, N.Y.: Bobley Pub. Corp., [1979]. xii, 188 p. (Children's Classics Library)

Spine title: Sherlock Holmes.

With a frontispiece by Frederic Dorr Steele and an introduction by Dr. Harold Emery Jones.

C1231. A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Story. London: Brown, Watson Ltd., [n.d.]. 159 p. (Digit Books, R604)

Cover illustration of a sinister looking Holmes smoking a pipe, with a hansom cab in the background.

C1232. A Study in Scarlet. Cutchogue, N.Y.: Buccaneer Books, [1987]. 121 p.

Orange cloth lettered brown on spine; covers blank.

C1233. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., Publishers, [n.d.]. 365 p.

Frontispiece by J. Watson Davis.

Ruby cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

C1234. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt, [n.d.]. 364, 2 p. ads.

Grayish green cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine.

C1235. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., Publishers, [n.d.]. 365, 2 p. ads.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine; covers blank.

C1236. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt, [n.d.]. 365, [12] p. ads.

Reddish brown cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine.

C1237. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d.]. 365 p. (Cornell Series)

Grayish green cloth lettered black on spine; top edge tinted.

C1238. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d.]. 365, [2] p. ads. (Cornell Series)

Grayish green cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge tinted.

C1239. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d.]. 365, [2] p. ads. (Burt's Home Library)

Frontispiece by J. Watson Davis.

On spine: The Home Library.

Garnet red horizontal ribbed cloth, ruled border blind stamped, with letters in gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

On jacket: Burt's Home Library of the World's Best Books.

Price for books listed in ads: $1.00.

C1240. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d.]. 365, [2] p. ads. (Burt's Home Library)

Same as above except for list of books and price: $1.25.

C1241. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d.]. 365, [2] p. ads.

Spine title: Tales of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. I.

Dark brown horizontal ribbed cloth, with design and letters in gilt on spine.

C1242. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d.]. 365, 2 p. ads.

Spine title: Tales of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. I.

Red cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine.

Ads for Burt's books for boys.

C1243. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d.]. 365, 2 p. ads.

Spine title: Tales of Sherlock Holmes. Vol. I.

Also on spine: Library Edition.

Maroon cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine.

Ads for Burt's publications for young people.

C1244. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt, Publisher, [n.d.]. 177, 145, [6] p. ads.

Reddish brown cloth lettered gilt on spine, with wreath design and words "Ale Animum" in black on cover and spine; decorative endpapers; top edge gilt.

Also contains: The Captain of the "Pole-Star". - J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement. - The Great Keinplatz Experiment. - The Man from Archangel. - That Little Square Box.

C1245. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: A.L. Burt, Publisher, [n.d.]. 177, 145, [6] p. ads. (Burt's Home Library)

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with front cover blind stamped to simulate three-quarter leather.

Contents as above.

C1246. A Study in Scarlet. New York: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. 201 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and illustrations by George Hutchinson.

Half pink cloth, with design in gilt; colored floral spray and blue ribbon on front cover.

Published without the table of contents.

C1247. A Study in Scarlet. New York: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. 201 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and illustrations by George Hutchinson.

Half bluish gray cloth, with design in silver; paper on boards, with violet flowers.

C1248. A Study in Scarlet. New York: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. iii, 216 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and illustrations by George Hutchinson.

Dull green cloth lettered silver, with ornate floral mirror frame design in gilt and red against a solid and striped dark green background.

C1249. A Study in Scarlet. New York and Boston: H.M. Caldwell Co., [n.d.]. iii, 216 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle and illustrations by George Hutchinson.

Green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with ornate scene of flowers, a lake, and the sky in gilt and dark green on cover and spine.

C1250. Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet. Illustrations by Michael LaPlaca. New York: Charter, [1981]. 191 p.

"Ace Charter."

Cover photograph of a deerstalker, calabash pipe, magnifying glass, and a pair of gloves on a table.

C1251. A Study in Scarlet. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., [n.d.]. 213 p.

Frontispiece of Doyle.

C1252. Study in Scarlet. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 198, [11] p. ads.

Cover and spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Green cloth lettered red with dark green and red floral design.

C1253. Study in Scarlet. Chicago; New York: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 213 p. (The Flashlight Detective Series, No. 47)

Spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Cover illustration of Holmes peering through a large magnifying glass at two men seated at a table.

C1254. Study in Scarlet. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 198, 127-159, [27] p.

Cover and spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Dark green cloth with design and letters in white; two vases in gilt on cover; pillars entwined with vines in light green on endpapers.

Also contains: The Parson of Jackman's Gulch. - A Night Among the Nihilists.

C1255. Study in Scarlet. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 198, 11-69 [3] p. ads.

Cover and spine as above.

Also contains: The Bennington Case. - John Stringham's Visitors. - A Lover's Revenge. - The Amateur Author's Friend. - The Wages of Sin. - Wiley, Miss O'Connor, and McAfee. - Johnson and Jansen.

C1256. Study in Scarlet. Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Co., [n.d.]. 198, 11-69 [3] p. ads.

Red cloth, otherwise same as above.

C1257. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago; New York: Donohue Brothers, [n.d.]. 188, [4] p. ads.

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine, with profile of a winged person, etc., in orange and dark green on cover.

C1258. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 198 p.

Light green cloth with design and letters in silver on cover and spine.

C1259. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 198 p.

On spine: Gem Edition.

Turquoise blue cloth with design and letters in dark blue.

C1260. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [1896]. 198, [2] p. ads. (The Modern Authors' Library, No. 16, Feb. 21, 1896. Issued tri-weekly)

Gray paper covers lettered red on cover and black on spine, with illustration by W.B. Bridge of a duel between two gentlemen and their seconds in a wooded area.

C1261. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 230 p.

Brownish red cloth with floral design and letters in silver on cover and spine; bubble design in pink on endpapers.

Also contains: Iden.

C1262. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 230 p.

Dark brown cloth with floral border and letters in silver on cover and spine; bubble design in light brown on endpapers; top edge tinted.

Contents as above.

C1263. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 230 p.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

Contents as above.

C1264. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 230 p.

Spine title: Study in Scarlet.

Also on spine: Advance Edition.

Greenish gray cloth with design in black and letters in gilt and black on spine.

Contents as above.

C1265. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [n.d.]. 230 p.

On spine: Alpine Edition.

Dark green cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

Contents as above.

C1266. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co., [1895]. 230 p. (The Ideal Library, No. 209, May 13, 1895. Issued tri-weekly)

Contents as above.

C1267. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. With an introduction by Hugh Greene. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [n.d., 1977, c.1974]. 145 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 1])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Also listed in a set.

C1268. A Study in Scarlet: a Novel. New York: The Federal Book Co., [n.d.]. 175 p.

Grayish green cloth with black floral design and title in green against a gilt background on spine.

C1269. A Study in Scarlet: a Novel. New York: The Federal Book Co., [n.d.]. 175 p.

Madder red (medium) cloth with ruled border, pictorial leaf, and letters in black on cover; title and author in gilt and publisher in black on spine.

C1270. A Study in Scarlet: a Novel. New York: The Federal Book Co., [n.d.]. 175 p.

Light brown cloth with dark green and red floral design and title in green on cover and in gilt on spine.

C1271. A Study in Scarlet: a Novel. New York: The Federal Book Co., [n.d.]. 175 p. (Sunset Series, No. 149)

White paper covers lettered dark blue, with photograph of a woman in a light violet floral frame; ad on back cover for Mehlin pianos.

C1272. A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery. Adapted by Nigel Flynn. New York City: Gallery Books/W.H. Smith Publishers, [1985]. 56 p. illus. (World of Sherlock Holmes, 1)

Illustrations from the Burbank film starring the voice of Peter O'Toole.

Devised and produced by Multimedia Publications (UK) Ltd.

Designer: Janette Place. Production: Karen Bromley.

C1273. "A Study in Scarlet," Readings for Our Times, by Harold Blodgett and Burges Johnson. [Vol. 2] Prose Fiction, Language and Literature, Poetry. Boston: Ginn and Co., [1942]. p. 6-95.

With an introduction on Doyle, a commentary and suggestion (p. 5, 603-604).

The second of a two-volume set intended for a college English course.

C1274. A Study in Scarlet. London: Grafton Books, [1987]. 158 p.

Cover photograph of Brett in the Granada TV production.

C1275. Tales of Sherlock Holmes. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [n.d.]. 131 p.

Contents: Stud.

C1276. A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Detective Story. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, [n.d.]. 88 p. (Big Blue Book, No. B-35. Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius)

Light blue paper covers.

C1277. A Study in Scarlet. Line drawings by Joseph A. Brown from original illustrations by George Hutchinson and James Greig. Cover by Paul Bacon. New York City: Hart Pub. Co., [1976]. 223 p.

Published in hardcover and paperback editions.

C1278. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity. Chicago: Geo. M. Hill Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Ruby ribbed cloth lettered gilt on spine, with thin border and three-leaf clovers in corners and larger four-leaf clover in center, blind stamped on cover; top edge gilt.

C1279. "[A Study in Scarlet]," Modern Composition. Book 4, by Wallace E. Stegner, Edwin H. Sauer [and] Clarence W. Hach. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1964]. p. 26-27.

-----, -----. Teacher's Guide, [by] Ted W. Lenart. [New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1965.] 160 p.

Teacher's edition bound with Modern Composition. Book 4.

Excerpt from Stud, with notes.

C1280. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Homewood Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 175, 14, [2] p. ads.

Light green cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with design in black and yellow.

Also contains: The Return, by Guy de Maupassant.

C1281. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. Lowell, Mass.: C.I. Hood Co., Proprietors Hood's Sarsaparilla, [n.d.]. 112 p. (Hood's Home Library, No. 10)

Light green paper covers with ads for Hood's Sarsaparilla and other home remedies.

Contents: Stud.

C1282. A Study in Scarlet. New York: "Tarry at the Taft," [n.d.]. 244 p.

On cover: "Compliments of the Hotel Taft, New York."

C1283. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Hurst and Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt on spine.

C1284. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Hurst and Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge tinted.

C1285. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Hurst and Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Light blue cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with three vertical stems of orange flowers on front cover and one stem on spine; also, title and author's name in circle of orange beads.

C1286. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Hurst and Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

Dark turquoise cloth with floral design in black and title in gilt on spine.

C1287. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Hurst and Co., [n.d.]. 176 [11] p. ads.

Brown cloth with floral design and publisher's logo in black and green.

C1288. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Hurst and Co., [n.d.]. 176 p.

On spine: Arlington Edition.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine.

C1289. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Hurst & Co., [1896]. 176 p. (The Universal Library, No. 170, Oct. 15, 1896)

White paper covers lettered brown, with series and date on front cover and ad for Le Grand's Manual for Stamp Collectors on back cover.

Also, green paper covers with series and date on cover.

Yellowish green paper covers, with dark blue border design; series and date on spine.

C1290. "Sherlock Takes the Case," The Literature Sampler. Junior ed. Compiled by Mae J. Durham. Chicago: Learning Materials, 1964. No. 114. illus.

Four-page excerpt from Stud quoted as an inducement to reading the entire story.

C1291. A Study in Scarlet: A Detective Story. A new edition. With forty illustrations by Geo Hutchinson. Port Sunlight, near Birkenhead: Lever Brothers, Ltd., [n.d., 1893]. vii, 224, [6] p. ads. (The Sunlight Library)

Lithograph pictorial cover of Holmes and Lestrade seizing Hope.

Second English edition, 3rd impression.

C1292. A Study in Scarlet. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1890. 214, [2] p. ads. (Lippincott's Series of Select Novels, No. 107, Mar. 1, 1890. Issued monthly)

Beige paper covers with floral design and letters in dark brown.

First American edition.

C1293. A Study in Scarlet. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1890. 214, [2] p. ads.

Light blue cloth with floral design and letters in black; brown rosebud endpapers.

Published September 1890.

C1294. A Study in Scarlet. Illustrated [by George Hutchinson]. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1893. 214, [2] p. ads.

Three-quarter buff cloth lettered red, with floral initial "A," red cloth spine lettered gilt; light brown design on endpapers.

C1295. "Watson Meets Holmes," Basic Reading. [Book] 5. [Edited by] Glenn McCracken [and] Charles C. Walcutt. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., [1965]. p. 201-213. illus. (Basic Curriculum Series)

-----, -----. Teacher's Edition. p. 61-64, 201-213. -----, -----. Workbook. p. 73-74.

Chapter 1 of Stud.

C1296. A Study in Scarlet. With an introduction and notes by Anthony Laude. [Harlow, Essex]: Longman, [1979]. xxxiii, 156 p. (The Heritage of Literature Series)

Also listed in a set.

C1297. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 175, 30 p.

Tan cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with green floral design.

Also contains: Scan.

C1298. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: The F.M. Lupton Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 175, 30 p.

Jungle green cloth lettered gilt on spine.

Contents as above.

C1299. A Study in Scarlet. New York: F.M. Lupton, [1893]. 61 p. (The Arm Chair Library, No. 16, April 22, 1893. Published weekly)

Publisher's address: 106 and 108 Reade St.

Printed in double columns.

White paper covers lettered black.

List of 32 books in The Arm Chair Library on back cover.

Also contains: Hinton Hill, by Mrs. May Agnes Fleming.

C1300. A Study in Scarlet. New York: F.M. Lupton, [1893]. 61 p. (The Arm Chair Library, No. 16, April 22, 1893. Published weekly)

Publisher's address: 23, 25 and 27 City Hall Place.

Printed in double columns.

White paper covers lettered black.

List of 61 books in The Arm Chair Library on back cover.

Contents as above.

C1301. A Study in Scarlet. New York: F.M. Lupton, [1893]. 61, [3] p. ads. (The Arm Chair Library, No. 16, April 22, 1893. Published weekly)

Printed in double columns.

White paper covers lettered dark blue, with illustration of Holmes, Watson, and Gregson examining the word "Rache," scrawled in blood on the wall at Lauriston Gardens.

List of 100 books in The Arm Chair Library on back cover.

Contents as above.

C1302. "A Study in Scarlet," Types of English Fiction. Edited by Hardin Craig and John W. Dodds. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1940. p. 650-685. (Types of English Literature)

Contains an introduction, chapters 3, 6, and 7 of part 1, chapter 7 of part 2, and brief summaries of other chapters.

C1303. A Study in Scarlet and Other Stories. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, Publishers, [n.d.]. 1 v. (unpaged)

Limited to 200 numbered copies.

Published by Magico Magazine, New York, 1979.

Includes a booklet entitled The Sherlock Holmes Force Book explaining how the same reprinted two pages throughout this book can be used to trick the spectator.

C1304. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: The Mershon Co., [n.d.]. iii, 216 p.

Grayish blue cloth lettered red on cover and gilt on spine, with floral design in red and gilt.

Also, blue cloth lettered green on spine, with floral design blind stamped on cover and spine.

Dark blue cloth lettered silver, with floor lamp design in silver on cover and one-lamp design on spine.

Dull green cloth with letters and oval design in silver.

Brownish red cloth with letters and repetitive leaf design and three flowers in silver.

Grayish rose cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine, with floral spray in green and black.

Red cloth lettered black on cover and gilt on spine. 1 p. ads.

Green cloth with design in silver. 4 p. ads.

C1305. A Study in Scarlet. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1892]. 177, [15] p. ads. (Seaside Library, No. 1980, September 10, 1892)

C1306. A Study in Scarlet. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1894]. 177 p. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 14, September 22, 1894. Issued daily)

C1307. A Study in Scarlet. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1894]. 177, [13] p. ads. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 14, September 22, 1894. Issued daily)

C1308. A Study in Scarlet. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1895]. 177, [17] p. ads. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 14, October 16, 1895. Issued daily)

Light brown paper covers lettered black.

Ad on back cover for Ayer's Sarsaparilla: "Cures others, and will cure you ... purifies the blood."

C1309. A Study in Scarlet. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1898]. 177, [15] p. ads. (Munro's Library of Popular Novels, No. 14, October 16, 1895. Issued daily)

Gray paper covers lettered black.

Ad on back cover for Walter Baker & Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa: "Pure, delicious, nutritious. Costs less than one cent a cup."

Also includes a letter, facing title page, "To my American Readers," from Charles Garvice, dated Jan. 3, 1898.

C1310. A Study in Scarlet. New York: George Munro's Sons, [n.d.]. 177, 20, 97-122 p.

On spine: The American Edition.

Brown cloth with cover blind stamped to simulate three-quarter leather; design and letters in gilt on spine.

Also contains: My Friend the Murderer. - The Man from Archangel.

C1311. A Study in Scarlet. New York: George Munro's Sons, [1898]. 177, 173-233 p. (Royal Series, 44, April 12, 1898)

Also contains: Cyprian Overbeck Wells. - John Barrington Cowles.

C1312. A Study in Scarlet. New York: Frank A. Munsey, 1898. 128 p. (The Red Seal Library of Standard Books, No. 30, May 14, 1898. Issued weekly) "2 cents a copy, one dollar a year."

C1313. A Study in Scarlet. London: John Murray, [1967]. 143 p.

"A John Murray Paperback."

Cover illustration of a silhouette profile of Holmes and a hansom cab; also words, "A famous Sherlock Holmes story."

Reprinted 1969.

C1314. A Study in Scarlet. With an introduction by Hugh Greene. [London]: John Murray and Jonathan Cape, [1974]. 145 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 1])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Also listed in a set.

C1315. A Study in Scarlet. [Toronto]: The National Pub. Co., [n.d., 1892]. 213, [7] p. ads.

Published without a title page; title from cover.

C1316. A Study in Scarlet. Souvenir edition. [Illustrated by George Hutchinson and James Greig.] London: George Newnes, Ltd., 1902. xx, 224 p.

Blue cloth with letters and Egyptian sphinx and scroll design in gilt by Alfred Garth Jones; light green endpapers with mosaic design; top edge gilt.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

Also issued in a boxed set with Sign, Adventures, and Memoirs.

Reprinted 1904, 1905.

C1317. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 16 p. ads.

Brown cloth lettered brown against black background on spine, with ornate ruled border in black on cover.

C1318. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, [16] p. ads.

At head of title: Sherlock Holmes' Story.

Spine title: Sherlock Holmes.

White paper covers lettered black, with photograph of Erroll Dunbar as Holmes.

C1319. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., 1894. 176, 16 p. ads. (The Bright Idea Series, No. 21, Sept. 12, 1894. Issued tri-weekly)

Yellow paper covers lettered black.

C1320. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 5 p. ads. (The Brighton Edition, No. 54)

On cover and spine: Brighton Edition.

Light green cloth lettered silver on spine, with spider webs, torch, and flowers in black on cover.

C1321. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, 16 p. ads. (The Sunset Series, No. 99)

Paper covers printed in dark blue on yellow, with Holmes in a dressing gown, pointing a revolver, facing left.

C1322. A Study in Scarlet. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [1894]. 176, 16 p. ads. (The Sunset Series, No. 99, July 5, 1894. Published tri-monthly)

Light yellow paper covers lettered black; ad for Palliser's American Architecture on back cover.

C1323. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. New York: J.S. Ogilvie Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 176, [16] p. ads. (The Sunset Series, No. 279)

Paper covers printed in black on white, with Holmes in a dressing gown, pointing a revolver, facing left; ad for The Shield Detective Series on back cover.

Contents: Stud.

C1324. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 175 p.

Publisher's address on title page: 45, 47, 49 & 51 Rose St.

Light brown cloth with dark brown floral design and letters; light brown floral design on endpapers.

C1325. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 175 p.

Pale blue cloth lettered dark brown; branch with leaves and row of four sunflowers on cover; sunflower design, in grayish red, repeated on endpapers.

C1326. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 175 p.

Light green cloth lettered dark brown; branch with leaves and row of four sunflowers on cover; sunflower design, in yellowish brown, repeated on endpapers.

C1327. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [1894]. 175 p. (Golden Gem Library, No. 17, April 25, 1894. Issued semi-monthly)

White paper covers lettered olive brown.

C1328. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [1894]. 175 p. (Happy Thought Library, No. 5, April 16, 1894)

C1329. Sherlock Holmes: A Novel. New York: Optimus Printing Co., [n.d.]. 175 p. (The Rosebud Edition of Selected Works, No. 3)

On spine: Rosebud Edition.

Tan cloth (linen finish style); double ruled ornamental light blue border on cover; letters in light blue on cover and spine.

C1330. A Study in Scarlet. With an introduction by Hugh Greene. London and Sydney: Pan Books, [1975]. 155 p.

Cover illustration by George Hutchinson; colored by Frank Hilary.

2nd printing 1976; 4th printing 1980.

Also listed in a set.

C1331. A Study in Scarlet. [Harmondsworth, Middlesex]: Penquin Books, [1981]. 135 p.

"Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson together for the first time in A Study in Scarlet." (Cover)

Cover design by John Gorham.

Reprinted 1982, 1983, 1985.

C1332. A Study in Scarlet. New York: Prudential Book Co., 1899. 128 p. (The Brookfield Series, No. 1)

Dark gray paper covers lettered silver.

C1333. A Study in Scarlet. New York: The Prudential Book Co., [n.d.]. 128 p. (Wakefield Series, No. 9)

Gray paper covers lettered black, with orange ruled border; spine blank.

C1334. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago: Laird & Lee, 1895. 216 p. (The Pinkerton Detective Series, No. 22, January 1895)

Cover title: A Study in Scarlet.

Cover illustration by Justin.

C1335. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Cover and spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Red cloth with center ornament, letters and border rule in gilt; top edge gilt.

C1336. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Cover and spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Red buckram lettered gilt on cover and spine, with border rule and circular floral design in gilt; top edge gilt.

C1337. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Cover and spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Frontispiece with caption: "My attention was centered upon the single grim, motionless figure."

Jade green cloth with design and letters in gilt; top edge gilt.

C1338. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Dull green cloth, otherwise same as above.

C1339. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 232, [4] p. ads. (The Antique Library)

Cover and spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Jade green cloth lettered gilt, with four panels ruled in black and center ornament in gilt on cover and spine; top edge gilt.

C1340. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., 1894. 232, [8] p. ads. (Globe Library, Vol. 1, No. 192, Oct. 29, 1894. Bi-weekly)

Tan paper covers lettered orange.

C1341. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Spine title: Study in Scarlet.

Also on spine: Library Edition.

Ruby ribbed cloth lettered gilt on spine, with ruled border blind stamped on covers; top edge gilt.

C1342. A Study in Scarlet. New York: Readers' League of America, [n.d.]. 244 p.

Black cloth lettered red on spine.

C1343. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Charles Broadway Rouss, [n.d.]. 188 p.

Grayish green cloth lettered gilt on spine, with cover blind stamped to simulate three-quarter leather.

C1344. Sherlock Holmes. Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 188, [6] p. ads. (Drama Series)

Paper covers printed in black on light yellow, with Holmes in dressing gown holding a revolver.

C1345. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Philadelphia: Royal Pub. Co., [n.d.]. 188, [6] p. ads. (The Sherlock Holmes Detective Library, No. 420)

Paper covers printed in black on white, with same illustration as above.

C1346. A Study in Scarlet. New York: J.H. Sears & Co., [n.d.]. 244 p.

Dark red cloth with design and letters in gilt; black design on endpapers.

C1347. A Study in Scarlet. New York: J. H. Sears & Co., [n.d.]. 244 p. (Royal Blue Library)

Dark blue cloth with design and letters in gilt; marbled endpapers.

C1348. Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet. Closter, N.J.: Sharon Publications, [1981]. xii, 188 p.

"A Bambi Classic."

With a frontispiece by Frederic Dorr Steele and an introduction by Dr. Harold Emery Jones.

Cover illustration by Jose Cruz.

C1349. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York: Siegel-Cooper Co., [n.d.]. iii, 216 p.

Tan cloth lettered gilt on spine, with ornamental border in green on cover and in red on spine.

C1350. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity. New York: Siegel-Cooper Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Maroon cloth lettered gilt on spine; top edge gilt.

C1351. "The Avengers," Tales of Terror. Edited by Joseph L. French. Boston: Small, Maynard & Co., [1925]. p. 172-224.

Black cloth lettered red.

Contents: Chapters 1-5 of Part 2: The Country of the Saints.

C1352. A Study in Scarlet. [Chicago: Max Stein, n.d.] 177, [15] p. ads. (Secret Detective Series)

Cover illustration of policeman with a revolver about to open a door.

C1353. Mr. Sherlock Holmes, Detective: A Study in Scarlet. Chicago: Max Stein, [n.d., ca.1908]. 177, [15] p. ads. (Sherlock Holmes Series)

Cover and spine title: Mr. Sherlock Holmes, Detective.

Cover illustration copyrighted 1908.

C1354. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Philadelphia: Strawbridge & Clothier, [n.d.]. iii, 216, [2] p. ads. (The Keystone Series of Novels, No. 3)

Paper covers with portrait of girl wearing a large hat.

C1355. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York and London: Street & Smith, Publishers, [n.d.]. 175, [9] p. ads.

On half-title page: Select Fiction Library.

Dark reddish brown with design and letters in gilt on spine.

C1356. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. New York and London: Street & Smith, Publishers, [n.d.]. 175, [11] p. ads.

On cover: Select Fiction Library.

Dark green cloth with design and letters in black and orange on cover and spine.

C1357. A Study in Scarlet. Copyright Edition. Leipzig: Bernard Tauchnitz, 1892. 278 p. (Tauchnitz Edition, Collection of British Authors, Vol. 2812) (A. Conan Doyle, No. 7)

Dark red ribbed cloth with design in black and letters in gilt on spine; publisher's logo blind stamped on cover.

First Continental edition.

C1358. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Chicago: Thompson & Thomas, [n.d.]. 176 p.

Maroon cloth.

C1359. A Study in Scarlet. New York: United States Book Co., [n.d.]. 213 p.

Three ads on t.p.v.

C1360. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity. Philadelphia: John Wanamaker, [n.d.]. 232 p. (Columbine Library)

Spine title: Study in Scarlet.

Garnet red cloth with floral design blind stamped on cover and letters in gilt on spine.

C1361. A Study in Scarlet. London; New York: Ward, Lock and Co., 1888. 169, [12] p. ads. illus.

Includes a publisher's preface (with paragraph 2, line 3: younger) and six illustrations by Charles Doyle. Last ad: Keating's Powder and Lozenges. White paper covers lettered red.

First English edition; published July 2-16, 1888.

C1362. A Study in Scarlet. London; New York: Ward, Lock and Co., 1888. 169, [12] p. ads. illus.

Includes a publisher's preface (with paragraph 2, line 3: youuger [sic]) and six illustrations by Charles Doyle. With new ads; last ad: Keating's Cough Lozenges. "This design, with the exception of the lettering, is composed with the 'Patent Kalido Mosaic Type.'" (Cover)

First English edition, 2nd impression; published March 1889.

C1363. A Study in Scarlet. London; New York: Ward, Lock and Co., 1888. 169 p. illus.

Includes a publisher's preface (with paragraph 2, line 3: youuger [sic]) and six illustrations by Charles Doyle. Without ads.

Brown cloth.

C1364. A Study in Scarlet. London; New York: Ward, Lock & Co., 1888. 169, 155, 134, 160, 196 p.

Also contains: The Man of the Period, by Bracebridge Hemyng. - The Case of Reuben Malachi, by H. Sutherland Edwards. - A Fatal Affinity, by Stuart Cumberland. - In Australian Wilds, and Other Colonial Tales and Sketches, by B.L. Farjeon, Edward Jenkins, E.S. Rawson, C. Haddon Chambers, H.B.M. Watson, "Tasma," and the Editor.

C1365. A Study in Scarlet. A new edition. With forty illustrations by Geo. Hutchinson. London, New York, and Melbourne: Ward, Lock, Bowden & Co., 1891. 224, [24] p. ads. (The Warwick House Library, No. 1)

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red with red cloth spine lettered gilt; top edge gilt, other edges uncut; light green floral endpapers.

Second English edition; published December 1891.

C1366. A Study in Scarlet. A new edition. With forty illustrations by Geo. Hutchinson. London: Ward, Lock, Bowden and Co., 1892. vii, 224, [24] p. ads.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson.

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red with red cloth spine lettered gilt; dark green floral endpapers.

C1367. A Study in Scarlet: A Detective Story. A new edition. With forty illustrations by Geo. Hutchinson. London: Ward, Lock, Bowden and Co., 1892. vii, 224, [24] p. ads.

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red with red cloth spine lettered gilt; khaki floral endpapers.

C1368. A Study in Scarlet. A new edition with a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell, and forty illustrations by Geo. Hutchinson. London; New York; Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Bowden, Ltd., 1893. xx, 224, [12] p. ads.

With a publisher's note.

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red with red cloth spine lettered gilt; top edge gilt; green floral endpapers.

Second English edition, 5th impression.

C1369. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated [by Geo. Hutchinson]. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [1893]. xx, 224, [14] p. ads.

C1370. A Study in Scarlet. New edition. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell, and forty illustrations by George Hutchinson. London: Ward, Lock & Bowden, Ltd., 1894. xx, 224, [12] p. ads.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson.

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red with red cloth spine lettered gilt; green design on endpapers.

C1371. A Study in Scarlet. Illustrated by James Greig. London: Ward, Lock & Bowden, Ltd., 1895. iv, 64 p.

Printed in double columns.

"Presented by the Windsor Magazine, Xmas number." (Cover)

There are two variant imprints at the bottom of the last page: one imprint is set in one line; the other, in two lines.

Third English edition; published November 1895.

2nd impression (imprint in two lines); published December 14, 1895.

C1372. A Study in Scarlet. New edition. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell, and forty illustrations by George Hutchinson. London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Bowden, Ltd, [1896]. xx, 224, 10 p.

With publisher's note.

C1373. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd, [1901]. xx, 224, [12] p.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson.

Garnet red cloth lettered gilt; dark blue endpapers.

Also, blue cloth lettered gilt; dark blue endpapers.

Dark green cloth lettered gilt; jungle green endpapers. Dated [1902].

C1374. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London: Ward, Lock & Co., [1902]. xx, 224, [12] p.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson.

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red with red cloth spine lettered gilt; white endpapers.

C1375. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London: Ward, Lock & Co., [1904]. xx, 224, [12] p. ads.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson.

Green cloth lettered gilt.

C1376. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., [1904]. xx, 224, [12] p. ads.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson.

Dark violet cloth lettered gilt.

C1377. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated [by Geo Hutchinson]. London, Melbourne and Toronto: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., 1911. xx, 224, 16 p. ads.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

Dark red cloth lettered gilt with stylized sunburst pattern blind stamped on cover.

C1378. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London, Melbourne and Toronto: Ward, Lock & Co., 1917. 255 p.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson, with caption: "Lestrade and Holmes sprang upon him...."

Red cloth lettered black with portrait of Holmes smoking a pipe in circle on cover.

C1379. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. xx, 224, [12] p. ads.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson; two additional plates by James Greig.

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red with red cloth spine lettered gilt; top edge gilt; dark blue endpapers.

C1380. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. xx, 224, [12] p. ads.

With two additional plates by James Greig.

Ad for "The Nineteenth Century Classics" on last page.

Dull green cloth lettered gilt, with wrought-iron gate blind stamped on cover and spine; dark blue endpapers.

C1381. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. xx, 224, [12] p. ads.

With two additional plates by James Greig.

Ad for The Windsor Magazine on last page.

Same binding as above.

C1382. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. xx, 255, [14] p. ads.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson.

Three-quarter mottled beige cloth lettered red, with red cloth spine lettered gilt; dark blue endpapers.

C1383. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 255 p.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

On t.p.v.: Made and printed in Great Britain by Ward, Lock & Co., Limited, London.

Vivid red cloth ruled and lettered black.

Jacket illustration by J.A. of Holmes in dressing gown smoking a pipe. The number "45" also appears on jacket.

C1384. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 255 p.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

Orange cloth lettered black on spine; covers blank.

C1385. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 255, [1] p. ad.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

Red cloth ruled and lettered black, with portrait of Holmes smoking a pipe in circle.

C1386. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 255 p.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

On t.p.v.: Printed in Great Britain by L.T.A. Robinson, Ltd., London, S.W.9.

Blue cloth lettered black on spine.

On jacket: Ward, Lock's Fiction, 17.

C1387. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London, Melbourne and Toronto: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 255 p.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

Frontispiece by James Greig, with caption: "God forgive you! ..."

Red cloth with floral design and letters in gilt on spine.

C1388. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London, Melbourne and Toronto: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 255 p.

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

Frontispiece by James Greig, with caption: "He staggered back ..."

Red ribbed cloth with three-leaf design and letters in gilt on spine; small floral design blind stamped on cover.

C1389. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., [n.d.]. 255 p. (Copyright Novels, No. 45)

With publisher's note and introduction by Joseph Bell.

Bright red cloth with design and letters in black.

Jacket illustration of Holmes in dressing gown smoking a pipe, and subtitle: The First Sherlock Holmes Story.

C1390. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 160 p. (Master Novelist Series, No. 17)

Brownish red cloth lettered black on spine.

Jacket illustration as above, with 5/ printed price. Also, a later state of jacket, with 6/ printed price.

C1391. A Study in Scarlet: The First Book About Sherlock Holmes. London, Melbourne and Johannesburg: Ward, Lock & Co., [n.d.]. 160 p. (Master Novelist Series, No. 17)

Red cloth.

Jacket illustration as above.

C1392. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London, New York and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 96 p.

Frontispiece by Hutchinson; one other illustration by James Greig.

Printed in double columns.

Light blue cloth lettered gilt on spine; light brown floral endpapers.

Also contains: A Prince of Darkness, by Florence Warden. - Between the Lines, by Burford Delannoy. - A Dash for a Throne, by Arthur W. Marchmont.

C1393. A Study in Scarlet. With a note on Sherlock Holmes by Dr. Joseph Bell. Illustrated by George Hutchinson. London and Melbourne: Ward, Lock & Co., Ltd., [n.d.]. 96 p. (Sixpenny Edition)

Illustrations and contents as above.

White paper covers lettered dark brown, with illustration in brown of Jefferson Hope rescuing Lucy on horseback.

C1394. A Study in Scarlet. [Mahwah, N.J.: Watermill Press, 1987.] 151 p.

"A Watermill Classic."

Cover illustration of Holmes examining the word "Rache."

C1395. A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Murder Mystery. Planned and edited by Simon Goodenough. [Designed by Malcolm Couch. Jacket designed by Leslie Dominey. Photography by Martin Chambers/Focus Photography. Research by Caroline Bidwell. Exeter, Devon: Webb & Bower (Publishers) Ltd., 1983.] 1 portfolio. illus.

"Papers and reminiscences appertaining to my first case with Holmes, March 1881. John H. Watson, September 1881. Sent to Conan Doyle January 1886. Returned from Doyle May 1886."

C1396. A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Murder Dossier. Based on the story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Planned and edited by Simon Goodenough. Dossier designed by Malcolm Couch. Photography by Martin Chambers/Focus Photography. Research by Caroline Bidwell. New York: Quill, 1983. 1 portfolio. illus.

"Put your deductive ingenuity to the test with this portfolio of the real, physical clues used by the world's most famous sleuth to solve one of his most perplexing cases. Inspect actual clues, from a wedding ring to a silk hat label to pills from the murderer's box. Examine photographs of the murderer and his victims. Study the tracks and footprints that gave Holmes his first clue. Be party to Dr. Watson's private journal and Sherlock Holmes's famous monographs. Pore over authentic telegrams, statements, and newspaper clippings of 1881, the year of the crime."

C1397. A Study in Scarlet: A Sherlock Holmes Murder Mystery. [London]: Peerage Books, [1985]. 1 v. (unpaged)

Jacket photograph by Peter Loughran.

A bound volume of Simon Goodenough's dossier (Webb, 1983; Quill, 1983).

C1398. A Study in Scarlet. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 201 p.

Dark brown cloth with design and letters in silver.

Also, garnet red cloth with letters and ruled floral border in silver.

Light green cloth with letters and ruled floral border in dark brown.

Green cloth with design and letters in silver.

C1399. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Dark brown cloth lettered gilt on spine, with front cover blank but blind stamped to simulate half leather; top edge gilt.

C1400. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [n.d.]. 232 p.

Spine title: A Study in Scarlet.

Light green cloth with design and letters in gilt on spine.

C1401. A Study in Scarlet and A Case of Identity. Chicago: E.A. Weeks & Co., [1894]. 232 p. (The Marguerite Series, No. 42, December 15, 1894)

Cover title: A Study in Scarlet, by Dr. A. Conan Doyle.

Cover illustration of the body of Enoch J. Drebber and his murderer, Jefferson Hope, who has just scrawled in blood the word "Rache" upon the wall; the name J. Manz Co. also appears on the illustration.

C1402. Sherlock Holmes Detective Stories. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 188 p. (Great American Detective Series, No. 1)

Cover and spine title: Sherlock Holmes.

Paper covers with color illustration of a man talking on the telephone.

Contents: Stud.

Two variant editions with 3 ads and 6 ads, otherwise identical.

C1403. A Study in Scarlet: A Novel. Cleveland: The Arthur Westbrook Co., [n.d.]. 176, 17 p. (American Detective Series, No. 2)

Paper covers with color illustration of a man and a woman in evening dress.

Also contains: Beyond the City (chapters 1-2), by A. Conan Doyle.

C1404. A Study in Scarlet. [Racine, Wis.: Whitman Pub. Co., 1922.] 189 p.

At head of title: Tales of Sherlock Holmes.

Cover and spine title: Sherlock Holmes.

Purple cloth with design and letters in gilt; design in black on endpapers.

C1405. A Study in Scarlet. Deposit, N.Y.: The A.S. Wickwire Press, [n.d.]. 175 p. (American Series of Famous Fiction. Edited by Dr. Jno. Rudd, B.A.)

"Old wood to burn! Old wine to drink! Old friends to trust! Old books to read." (p. 1)

Three-quarter dark green cloth lettered gilt on spine, quarter black and beige marbled paper boards; brown floral endpapers.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1406. "A Study in Scarlet: A Scientific Detective Story," The Bristol Observer (October 18, 1890), 1; (October 25, 1890), 1; (November 1, 1890), 1; (November 8, 1890), 1; (November 15, 1890), 1; (November 22, 1890), 1; (November 29, 1890), 2.

C1407. "Tracing a Crime - A Study in Scarlet," Current Literature [The Current Literature Pub. Co., New York], 4 (May 1890), 404-406.

Excerpt from chapters 3 and 4.

C1408. "The First Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet," Glasgow Weekly Mail (January 20, 1894), 7; (January 27, 1894), 7; (February 3, 1894), 7; (February 10, 1894), 7; (February 17, 1894), 7; (February 24, 1894), 7; (March 4, 1894), 7.

C1409. "A Study in Scarlet," The Illustrated Home Guest [F.M. Lupton, New York], 1, No. 4 (November 1892), 1-3; cont'd. illus.

C1410. "A Study in Scarlet," Pennsylvania Grit Story Companion [Williamsport], 23, Story Companion, No. 541 (1905), 1-4; No. 542 (1905), 1-9; No. 543 (1905), 1-9.

C1411. "A Study in Scarlet: Being the First Adventure of Sherlock Holmes," Tit-Bits, 23 (April 1, 1893), 457-458; 24 (April 8, 1893), 7-8; (April 15, 1893), 25-26; (April 22, 1893), 43-44; (April 29, 1893), 61-62; (May 6, 1893), 79-80; (May 13, 1893), 97-98; (May 20, 1893), 115-116; (May 27, 1893), 133-134; (June 3, 1893), 151-152; (June 10, 1893), 169.

 

The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire

 

C1412. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Archives of Evil. Presented by Christopher Lee and Michel Parry. London: W.H. Allen, 1977. p. 11-28.

C1413. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Great Stories of Detection. Edited with a prefatory note by R.C. Bull. London: Arthur Barker Ltd., [1960]. p. 57-68.

C1414. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Great Tales of Mystery. Edited by R.C. Bull. Illustrated by Edward Pagram. New York: Hill and Wang, [1960]. p. 66-84.

C1415. The Sussex Vampire. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 48 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 147)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C1416. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Tales of Horror and the Supernatural: The Occult in Literature, by Arthur Liebman. New York: Richards Rosen Press, [1975]. p. 160-177. (Masterworks of Mystery Series)

C1417. "Sherlock Holmes and The Case of the Sussex Vampire," Scope English Program Reading Anthology. Level Three. New York: Scholastic Book Services, [1979]. p. 5-20. (SL3890)

An adaptation, with illustrations by Warren Frick, and notes.

C1418. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," The Vampire: An Anthology. Arranged and selected by Ornella Volta and Valeria Riva. Foreword by Roger Vadim. English adaptation by Margaret Crosland. London: Neville Spearman Ltd., 1963. p. 174-188.

"This book is the adaptation, with some additional material, of an anthology I Vampiri tra Noi, first published by Feltrinelli in Milan, 1960."

C1419. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," From the Archives of Evil. No. 2. Edited by Christopher Lee and Michel Parry. [New York]: Warner Books, [October 1976]. p. 15-33.

C1420. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Great Tales of Mystery. Edited by R.C. Bull. Illustrated by Edward Pagram. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, [1960]. p. 66-84.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1421. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," [Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele]. The Courier-Journal, Magazine Section, [Louisville, Ky.] (March 8, 1925), 2.

First newspaper appearance.

C1422. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] (March 21, 1925), 20. illus.

C1423. "The Sussex Vampire," Illustrations by W.T. Brenda. Hearst's International, 45, No. 1 (January 1924), 30-36.

C1424. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," [Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele.] Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (March 15, 1925), 16-17, 31.

C1425. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Illustrated by H.K. Elcock. The Strand Magazine, 67, No. 397 (January 1924), 3-13.

First appearance.

C1426. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (March 2, 1930), 6; (March 9, 1930), 10. illus.

C1427. "The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (March 15, 1925), 1, 7. illus.

 

The Problem of Thor Bridge

 

C1428. "The Problem of Thor Bridge," Language and Systems, [by] Neil Postman [and] Howard C. Damon. [Illustrations by David Stone Martin.] New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1965]. p. 70-110.

-----, -----. With the assistance of Alan Shapiro. Teacher's Edition. New York; Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1967]. p. 69-110. illus.

With notes and exercises in chapter 7, p. 109-110, chapter 8, p. 111-113, and in the teacher's edition, p. 39-41.

C1429. "The Problem of Thor Bridge," The Second Century of Detective Stories. Edited by E.C. Bentley. London: Hutchinson & Co., [n.d., 1938]. p. 317-345.

Also contains: The Great Detective, by Stephen Leacock.

C1430. "The Problem of Thor Bridge," The Stuff of Argument, [by] Sophie Johnson. [West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia]: Nelson, [1980]. p. 128-139.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1431. "The Problem of Thor Bridge," Illustrated by G. Patrick Nelson. Hearst's International, 41, No. 2 (February 1922), 6-7, 69; 41, No. 3 (March 1922), 14-15, 60-62.

C1432. "The Problem of Thor Bridge," Illustrated by A. Gilbert. The Strand Magazine, 63, No. 374 (February 1922), 94-104; 63, No. 375 (March 1922), 211-217.

First appearance.

C1433. "The Crime at Thor Bridge," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (February 9, 1930), 9, 19. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Three Gables

 

C1434. The Three Gables. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 48 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 146)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1435. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," [Illustration by Frederic Dorr Steele]. The Courier-Journal, Magazine Section [Louisville, Ky.] (February 13, 1927), 3-4.

C1436. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," The Daily Oklahoman [Oklahoma City] (February 13, 1927), D-7. illus.

C1437. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] (February 12, 1927), 6. illus.

C1438. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," Pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. Liberty, 3, No. 20 (September 18, 1926), 9-14.

"First of the new adventures of Sherlock Holmes."

First appearance.

C1439. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (February 13, 1927), 16-18. illus.

C1440. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," Omaha Sunday World-Herald, Magazine Section (February 13, 1927), 2-4. illus.

C1441. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," Pittsburgh Gazette-Times (February 13, 1927), VI, 6-7. illus.

C1442. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," St. Louis Globe-Democrat (February 13, 1927), II, 1, 4. illus.

C1443. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," Illustrated by Howard Elcock. The Strand Magazine, 72, No. 430 (October 1926), 318-328.

Cover illustration of Holmes and Steve Dixie.

C1444. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (May 4, 1930), 6, 8. illus.

C1445. "The Adventure of the Three Gables," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (February 27, 1927), 2, 6. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Three Garridebs

 

C1446. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Short Stories for Study and Enjoyment. Edited by Harold T. Eaton. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1929. p. 219-242.

With biography, questions, and problem.

Grades 10-12.

C1447. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Short Stories for Study and Enjoyment. [Enl. ed.] Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran & Co, [1934]. p. 219-242.

With biography, questions, and problem.

Grades 10-12.

12th printing, n.d.

C1448. "The Three Garridebs," Diversity. [Edited by] William K. Durr, John Pescosolido, [and] Gordon A. Hayward. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1974]. p. 122-139. illus. (The Houghton Mifflin Readers, 14)

With questions and a note on Doyle.

C1449. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Basic Reading. [Book] 6. [Edited by] Glenn McCracken [and] Charles C. Walcutt. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., [1965]. p. 184-211. illus. (Basic Curriculum Series)

-----, -----. Teacher's Edition. p. 86-88, 184-211. -----, -----. Workbook. p. 57.

C1450. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Short Stories for Study and Enjoyment. Edited by Harold T. Eaton. Rev. ed. New York: The Odyssey Press, [1959]. p. 180-198.

With biography and questions.

First edition published by Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1929.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1451. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Illustrated by John Richard Flanagan. Collier's, 74, No. 17 (October 25, 1924), 5-7, 36-37.

First appearance.

C1452. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," [Illustration by Frederic Dorr Steele]. The Courier-Journal, Magazine Section [Louisville, Ky.] (March 22, 1925), 2.

C1453. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Illustrated by John Richard Flanagan. Current Opinion, 77, No. 6 (December 1924), 724-731, 796, 798-799.

C1454. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Evening Bulletin [Philadelphia] (April 4, 1925), 16. illus.

C1455. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," [Illustrated by Frederick Dorr Steele]. Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (March 29, 1925), 16-18.

C1456. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," Illustrated by Howard Elcock. The Strand Magazine, 69, No. 409 (January 1925), 2-14.

C1457. "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs," The Times-Picayune [New Orleans] (March 29, 1925), 2, 4, 6. illus.

 

The Adventure of the Three Students

 

C1458. The Adventure of the Three Students. [Adapted from "The Adventure of the Three Students."] [Tulsa]: Educational Progress, [1976]. 32 p.

Cover illustration by Paul Pendleton.

C1459. "The Adventure of the Three Students," Mystery! A Treasury for Younger Readers. Edited by Seon Manley and Gogo Lewis. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Co., [1963]. p. 161-184.

C1460. The Three Students: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure. Paisley [Scotland]: The Gleniffer Press, [1991]. 1 v. [64] p. illus. 1 in.

Miniature edition bound in red leather with gilt title on spine and front.

Limited to 200 numbered copies.

C1461. "The Adventure of the Three Students," Insights Into Literature. [Edited by] Mark Van Doren, Arno Jewett, Olga Achtenhagen, [and] Margaret Early. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., [1965]. p. 83-95. illus. (Houghton Mifflin Literature Series)

With notes and questions

-----, -----. Teacher's ed. 13, xi, 660 p.

C1462. "The Adventure of the Three Students," Fifty Famous Detectives of Fiction. London: Odhams Press Ltd., [n.d.]. p. 17-31.

Frontispiece illustration for 3Stu; also silhouette of Holmes on title page.

Blue cloth; also, red cloth.

C1463. "The Adventure of the Three Students," The Short Story Reader. Edited by Rodney A. Kimball. New York: The Odyssey Press, [1946]. p. 51-70.

C1464. "The Adventure of the Three Students," The Short Story Reader. Rev. ed. Edited by Rodney A. Kimball. New York: The Odyssey Press, [1961]. p. 304-322. (The Odyssey Texts in Types of Literature)

With questions and a revised note.

C1465. The Three Students. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 55 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 134)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

C1466. "The Adventure of the Three Students," Literature We Like. [Edited by] Russell Blankenship [and] Winifred H. Nash. New York: Charles Scirbner's Sons, [1939]. p. 475-491.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1467. "The Adventure of the Three Students," Boston Sunday Post/Masterpieces of Sherlock Holmes, No. 10 (July 16, 1911). 8 p.

C1468. "The Adventure of the Three Students," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 33, No. 26 (September 24, 1904), 14-15, 27-29. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 9)

Cover illustration of Holmes in the study of Hilton Soames apparently conducting his second interrogation of Soames's servant, Bannister.

C1469. "The Adventure of the Three Students," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 27, No. 162 (June 1904), 602-613. (The Return of Sherlock Holmes, No. 9)

First appearance.

 

The Man with the Twisted Lip

 

C1470. The Man with the Twisted Lip. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 71 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 114)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher

C1471. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Great Tales of Crime & Detection. Introduction by Robert Bloch. Foreword by John Lutz. Compiled by Charles Ardai. New York: Galahad Books, [1991]. p. 491-512.

Also contains: A Double-Barrelled Detective Story, by Mark Twain.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1472. "The Man with a Twisted Lip: A Remarkable Adventure," Buffalo Courier (December 6, 1891), 10.

C1473. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Cincinnati Commercial Gazette (December 6, 1891), 18-19. illus.

C1474. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," The Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (December 5, 1891), 4. illus.

C1475. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Glasgow Weekly Mail (April 28, 1894), 7.

C1476. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Good Literature, 2 (August 1930), 17-29. illus.

C1477. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," The Grand Magazine, 57 (July 1930), 572-585.

C1478. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Inter-Ocean [Chicago] (December 6, 1891), 31. illus.

C1479. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday magazine (August 6, 1905), 8-9.

C1480. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Pittsburgh Press (December 5, 1891), 5; (December 6, 1891), 10-11. illus.

C1481. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (December 6, 1891), 26. illus.

C1482. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," San Francisco Examiner (December 13, 1891), 17; (December 20, 1891), 17. illus.

C1483. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Scottish Border Record [Galashiels] (November 25, 1904), 4; (December 2, 1904), 4.

C1484. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," Stoll's Editorial News, 4, supplements (March 31, 1921), i-iv; (April 7, 1921), i-v.

C1485. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 2, No. 12 (December 1891), 623-637. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, No. 6)

First appearance.

C1486. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 3 (January 1892), 623-637.

C1487. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," 10 Story Book [Daily Story Pub. Co., Chicago], 9, No. 3 (August 1909), 44-53. (Short Story Masterpieces)

C1488. "The Man with the Twisted Lip," The Underworld, 3, No. 2 (February 1928), 19-32. (Early Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

 

The Valley of Fear

 

C1489. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. [Introduction by John Dickson Carr.] New York: Bantam Books, [March 1950]. 181 p. (733)

On cover: "Fast pace ... roaring story. The Old Maestro writes a better action scene than any of us." (John Dickson Carr)

C1490. The Valley of Fear. With a frontispiece by Frank Wiles. London: G. Bell & Sons, 1915. 306, [8] p. ads. (Bell's Indian and Colonial Library)

Red cloth ruled and lettered blind on upper cover; spine lettered gilt.

"This edition is intended for circulation only in India and the British Colonies." First English edition - Colonial issue; issued June 3, 1916.

Also published in paper covers.

C1491. The Valley of Fear. [New York]: Berkley Pub. Corp., [March 1964]. 175 p.

"A Berkley Medallion Book."

Cover illustration by W. Teason of a lantern, deerstalker, and other items.

2nd printing May 1969; 3rd printing September 1969; 4th printing March 1970; 5th printing August 1971; 6th printing June 1972 (X2123); 13th printing, n.d., 1977 (new cover illustration by Guy Deel); 16th printing 1979 (variant cover illustration by Guy Deel); 17th printing, n.d., 1980; 19th printing July 1981; 20th printing September 1982; 21st printing November 1983; 22nd printing May 1986.

C1492. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d., c.1914]. 320, [2] p. ads.

With four illustrations by Arthur I. Keller.

Ad for "Popular Copyright Novels" ends with Cleek of Scotland Yard.

Light brown cloth lettered white on upper cover and spine; top edge tinted.

On jacket: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes in America.

C1493. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. With four illustrations by Arthur I. Keller. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d., c.1914]. 320, [2] p. ads.

Ad for "Popular Copyright Novels" ends with Dave's Daughter.

Light brown cloth lettered yellow on upper cover and spine.

On jacket: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes in America.

C1494. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. With four illustrations by Arthur I. Keller. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d., c.1914]. 320, [2] p. ads.

Ad for "Popular Copyright Novels" ends with Elusive Isabel.

Dark brown cloth lettered white on upper cover and spine.

On jacket: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes in America.

C1495. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. With four illustrations by Arthur I. Keller. New York: A.L. Burt Co., [n.d., c.1914]. 320, [2] p. ads.

Ad for "Popular Copyright Novels" ends with The Glory of the Conquered.

Dark brown cloth lettered yellow on upper cover and spine.

On jacket: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes in America.

C1496. The Valley of Fear. New York: P.F. Collier & Son, [n.d., 1932]. 320 p. (The Complete Sherlock Holmes. Authorized edition in eight volumes, [Vol. 6])

Spine title: Sherlock Holmes: The Valley of Fear.

Also listed in a set.

C1497. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. Illustrated by Arthur I. Keller. New York: George H. Doran Co., [n.d., c.1914]. 320 p.

Red cloth lettered gilt.

White jacket, designed by W.L. Jacobs, lettered red, black, and gilt; illustration of Holmes and Watson with the figure of a woman.

First American edition; published February 27, 1915.

C1498. The Valley of Fear. With an introduction by Len Deighton. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [n.d., 1977, c.1974]. 189 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 4])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Also listed in a set.

C1499. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. Illustrated by Arthur I. Keller. Toronto: Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., [n.d., c.1914]. 320 p.

Red cloth lettered gilt.

Canadian issue of first American edition; issued March 1915.

C1500. The Valley of Fear. With an introduction and notes by Tim Pearce and Richard Adams. [Harlow, Essex]: Longman, [1980]. xxxvi, 201 p. (The Heritage of Literature Series)

Also listed in a set.

C1501. The Valley of Fear. With a frontispiece by Frank Wiles. London: John Murray, 1915. 306, [6] p. ads.

Red cloth with letters blind stamped on cover and in gilt on spine.

2nd impression of first British edition published by Smith, Elder & Co.

C1502. The Valley of Fear. [London]: John Murray, [1926]. 306 p. (Murray's Fiction Library)

Light blue cloth.

"First issue of this edition."

C1503. The Valley of Fear. London: John Murray, [Cheaper Edition, March 1926]. 306 p.

Reprinted (Cheaper) October 1927, July 1931, February 1940.

C1504. The Valley of Fear. London: John Murray, [Thin Paper Edition, October 1924]. 306 p.

Reprinted (Thin Paper) December 1929.

C1505. The Valley of Fear. London: John Murray, [Uniform Edition, October 1922]. 306 p.

Jacket illustration of Holmes holding a Persian slipper while the shadow of a man with a dagger appears behind him.

Reprinted (Uniform) April 1930, October 1934, September 1939, May 1949, September 1951, November 1959.

C1506. The Valley of Fear. London: John Murray, [1960]. 192 p.

"A John Murray Paperback Edition."

Cover illustration by Chantrel of Ted Baldwin, John McMurdo, and Ettie Shafter.

C1507. The Valley of Fear. London: John Murray, [1968]. 192 p.

Cover title: The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Story.

New cover illustration of a clay figure of Holmes and a sketch of several other figures.

First published in 1960.

C1508. The Valley of Fear. With an introduction by Len Deighton. [London]: John Murray and Jonathan Cape, [1974]. 189 p. (The Sherlock Holmes Collected Edition, [Vol. 4])

Jacket design by Leigh Taylor.

Also listed in a set.

C1509. The Valley of Fear. Paris: Thomas Nelson and Sons, Ltd., [n.d., 1915]. 286 p. (Nelson's Continental Library, No. 17)

"This volume must not be taken into Great Britain or the Colonies."

Paper covers lettered black.

First Continental edition; published 1915.

C1510. The Valley of Fear. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 144 p. (Newnes Copyright 1/- Novels)

Cover illustration in color of Holmes by Frank Wrig.

C1511. The Valley of Fear. London: George Newnes, Ltd., [n.d.]. 254 p. (Newnes' 2/- Series)

Olive green cloth with design and letters in black on spine.

White jacket illustration of Holmes kneeling while pointing to the forearm of Douglas.

C1512. The Valley of Fear. London: Pan Books Ltd., [1951]. 185, [6] p. ads. (Pan-Books, 177)

Cover portrait of Holmes and Watson by Mendoza.

Reprinted 1952.

C1513. The Valley of Fear. With an introduction by Len Deighton. London and Sydney: Pan Books, [1975]. 191 p.

Cover illustration by Frank Wiles; colored by Frank Hilary.

2nd printing 1976; 4th printing 1980; 5th printing 1982.

C1514. The Valley of Fear. [Harmondsworth, Middlesex]: Penguin Books, [1981]. 179 p.

"As a sinister secret society tightens its grip, Sherlock Holmes leads us into The Valley of Fear." (Cover)

Cover design by John Gorham.

Reprinted 1982.

C1515. The Valley of Fear: A Sherlock Holmes Novel. New York: The Review of Reviews Co., [n.d., c.1914]. 320 p.

Dark brown cloth with a paper label on the spine.

C1516. The Valley of Fear. With a frontispiece by Frank Wiles. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1915. 306, [6] p. ads.

Red cloth ruled in blind and lettered gilt.

White jacket lettered yellow, red, and black; illustration of Holmes kneeling while pointing to the forearm of Douglas.

First English edition; published June 3, 1915.

C1517. The Valley of Fear. With an introduction by Len Deighton. Complete and unabridged. Leicester: Ulverscroft [F.A. Thorpe (Publishing) Ltd., January 1978]. 326 p. (Ulverscroft Large Print Series)

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1518. "The Valley of Fear: A New Sherlock Holmes Story," The Grand Magazine: All Stories. Volume XXIII, November 1914 to February 1915. London and New York: George Newnes, Ltd., 1915. p. 390-404.

"This remarkable story is now appearing in The Strand Magazine. The first five chapters are reprinted in the following pages. The next instalment appears in the Christmas Number of The Strand Magazine, now on sale everywhere. The Valley of Fear is probably the most mystifying Sherlock Holmes story which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has given us. It will be published in volume form at six shillings by Messrs. Smith, Elder & Co. next autumn."

The story is not in the index!

C1519. "The Valley of Fear," Drawings by Arthur I. Keller. New York Tribune/Sunday Magazine (September 20, 1914), 3-6, 16-19; (September 27, 1914), 3, 10-13; (October 4, 1914), 3, 10-13; (October 11, 1914), 7-10, 16-17; (October 18, 1914), 9-14; (October 25, 1914), 9-14; (November 1, 1914), 9-12, 17; (November 8, 1914), 9-12, 19; (November 15, 1914), 9-12, 19; (November 22, 1914), 9-12, 15-16.

The magazine was copyrighted by Associated Sunday Magazine, Inc., and was published at 1 Madison Avenue, New York. It was carried by the Sunday editions of twelve newspapers, including the Boston Sunday Post, the Chicago Sunday Herald, the Philadelphia Press, and the Rocky Mountain News (Denver).

C1520. "The Valley of Fear," Illustrated by Frank Wiles. The Strand Magazine, 48, No. 285 (September 1914), 240-252; 48, No. 286 (October 1914), 362-375; 48, No. 287 (November 1914, 482-491; 48, No. 288 (December 1914), 602-613; 49, No. 289 (January 1915), 2-15; 49, No. 290 (February 1915), 176-187; 49, No. 291 (March 1915), 257-267; 49, No. 292 (April 1915), 449-461; 49, No. 293 (May 1915), 543-556.

 

The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger

 

C1521. The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger. Winterport, Maine: Borrower's Press, 1978. 79 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in.

Frontispiece of Sherlock Holmes.

Black leather with design in gilt and "Sir A.C. Doyle" stamped on the spine.

Limited to 300 number copies; signed by the publisher, Jane Bernier.

C1522. "The Veiled Lodger," Great Murder Mysteries. [Secaucus, N.J.: Chartwell Books, [1988]. p. 204-212.

Published by Octopus Books for Chartwell Books.

C1523. "The Veiled Lodger," 65 Great Murder Mysteries. Edited by Mary Danby. [London: Octopus Books, 1983.] p. 204-212.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1524. "The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger," Pictures by Frederic Dorr Steele. Liberty, 3, No. 38 (January 22, 1927), 7-10.

"The story of a murder which the celebrated detective preferred to leave alone."

First appearance.

C1525. "The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger," Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine (May 15, 1927), 16-17. illus.

C1526. "The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger," Illustrated by Frank Wiles. The Strand Magazine, 73, No. 434 (February 1927), 108-116.

C1527. "The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger," Sunday Chronicle [Manchester] (April 6, 1930), 6. illus.

 

The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge

 

C1528. Wisteria Lodge. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 84 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 140)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1529. "The Singular Experience of Mr. J. Scott Eccles: A Reminiscence of Mr. Sherlock Holmes," Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele. Collier's, 41, No. 21 (August 15, 1908), 15-20.

Cover illustration of Holmes smoking a pipe while the hideous face of the San Pedro mulatto peers at him through a window.

First appearance.

C1530. "The Singular Experience of Mr. J. Scott Eccles: A Reminiscence of Mr. Sherlock Holmes," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World Magazine, story section (November 10, 1912), 6-7, 20; (November 17, 1912), 8-9, 20.

C1531. "The Singular Experience of Mr. John Scott Eccles," [Illustrated by Arthur Twidle]. The Strand Magazine, 35, No. 213 (September 1908), 242-250; Concluded, with title: "The Tiger of San Pedro," 35, No. 214 (October 1908), 362-373. (A Reminiscence of Mr. Sherlock Holmes)

 

The Yellow Face

 

C1532. "The Yellow Face," Illustrated by Anthony Maitland. Under the Sun: Stories, Poems, Articles from `Elizabethan' and Other Sources. Edited by John Verney, and Patricia Campbell. Illustrated by many artists. London: Constable Young Books Ltd., [1964]. p. 23-41.

Also contains: Maddened by Mystery; or The Defective Detective, by Stephen Leacock.

C1533. The Yellow Face. Van Nuys, Calif.: Collected Editions in Miniature [Barbara J. Raheb], 1979. 54 p. 15/16 x 5/8 in. (The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes, Book No. 122)

Limited to 300 numbered copies; signed by the publisher.

 

Magazines and Newspapers

 

C1534. "The Adventure of the Yellow Face," Glasgow Weekly Mail (November 10, 1894), 7.

C1535. "The Adventure of the Yellow Face," [Illustrated by W.H. Hyde]. Harper's Weekly, 37, No. 1886 (February 11, 1893), 125-127. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)

C1536. "The Adventure of the Yellow Face," Illustrated by Dan Smith. New York World, Sunday Magazine (May 14, 1905), 1-2.

C1537. "The Adventure of the Yellow Face," Stoll's Editorial News, 4, supplements (January 6, 1921), i-iv; (January 13, 1921), v-viii. illus.

C1538. "The Adventure of the Yellow Face," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine, 5, No. 26 (February 1893), 162-172. (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 15)

First appearance.

C1539. "The Adventure of the Yellow Face," [Illustrated by Sidney Paget]. The Strand Magazine [New York], 5 (March 1893), 162-172.

 



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