Arthur Conan Doyle: Beyond Baker Street

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INDEX
Page numbers in italic type refer to pages with illustrations.
Abbey National Building Society, 145–46
[Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place,] 108
[Adventure of the Copper Beeches,] 76, 77
[Adventure of the Empty House,] 107
[Adventure of the Speckled Band,] 7, 76–77, 121
[Adventure of the Sussex Vampire,] 140
Africa, 34–35, 57, 58, 103, 117–18. See also Boer War
Anson, George, 110
Austria, 17–18, 70
Automobiles, 120, 128
Baker Street Irregulars, 146
Baring-Gould,William, 145
Baseball, 119–20
Beeton's Christmas Annual, 56, 62
Belgian Congo, 117–18
Belgium, 118
Bell, Joseph, 22–25, 25, 28, 60, 73, 74–75
Bettany, G.T., 61
Bettany, Jeannie Gwynne, 61
Boer War, 7, 96–99, 100, 102–3
Boxing, 16, 30, 119, 121
Bruce, Nigel, 105
Budd, George, 39–40, 40, 41–42, 43–44, 46–47, 50, 122
Carlyle,Thomas, 53
Case-book of Sherlock Holmes, 108
Casement, Roger, 118, 119
Catholic Church, 11, 37–38, 99–100
Cause and Conduct of the War in South Africa, 102
Challenger, Professor, 22, 122, 123, 134–35, 136, 139, 141, 145
Churchill,Winston, 118
Coming of the Fairies, 137
Conan, Michael (uncle), 18
Conan Doyle,Arthur. See Doyle,Arthur Conan
Consumption. See Tuberculosis
Copyright, 62, 66
Cornhill Magazine, 58, 64, 65
Cottingley fairies, 137
Cricket, 16, 17, 52, 120
Crime of the Congo, 118
Crookes,William, 133, 134
Cullingworth, Dr., 40, 41–42, 47
Daily Telegraph, 111 [Danger,] 126
Dartmoor, England, 104
Darwin, Charles, 39, 133
Davos, Switzerland, 84, 87
Dervishes, 89
Detective fiction, 59–61
Dickens, Charles, 71
Dinosaurs, 9, 122, 123–25
Disintegration Machine, 123
Doings of Raffles Haw, 70
Doyle,Adrian (son), 116, 117, 140
Doyle,Alleyne Kingsley (son), 75, 117, 129, 130
Doyle,Annette (sister), 13, 18,26
Doyle,Arthur Conan:African voyage of, 34;Arctic voyage of, 26–27, 30, 31, 32–34, 53; and Boer War, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 102–3; and Catholicism, 14, 37–39, 50, 99–100; childhood of, 10, 11–12; and Congo, 117–18; death of, 142; as doctor, 39–40, 43–46, 48, 49–54, 69–70, 75; education of, 13–17, 17, 18; in Egypt, 87, 88; family life of, 55, 57, 64, 75, 87, 94, 109, 117; as fiction writer, 20, 22, 28–29, 41–42, 57–67, 70–81, 87, 88, 89, 95, 101, 104–9, 121–25, 134–35, 139–40; knighthood of, 103; as lecturer, 52–53, 84–87; in medical school, 18–19, 20–26, 34, 36; as playwright, 93, 95, 121; and spiritualism, 53–54, 130, 131–39, 140, 141–42, 145; as sportsman, 16, 17, 30, 52, 83, 84, 87, 119–21; in the Sudan, 89–90; in U.S., 85–87; in World War I, 125–29
Doyle, Charles (father), 10, 12–13, 26, 62, 82
Doyle, Connie (sister), 18, 123
Doyle, Denis (son), 116, 117, 140
Doyle, Ida (sister), 26
Doyle, Innes (brother), 18, 51, 95, 129
Doyle, Jean (daughter), 116, 117, 140
Doyle, Jean (wife), 117, 120, 128, 137, 140. See also Leckie, Jean
Doyle, John (grandfather), 12
Doyle, Julia (sister), 26
Doyle, Lottie (sister), 18
Doyle, Louise [Touie] (wife), 54, 55, 70, 75, 82, 84,

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