2012 Morley-Montgomery Award

Peter Calamai

The winner of the 2012 Morley-Montgomery Award is Peter Calamai. His paper, “Why He Isn’t ‘Sir Sherlock’ Today,” appeared in the Autumn 2012 issue of the Baker Street Journal. The Morley-Montgomery Award is given each year for the best article to appear in The Baker Street Journal, and comes with a generous cash prize. See … Continue reading 2012 Morley-Montgomery Award

The e-Baker Street Journal v2

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The eBSJ Version 2 PDF archive provides a complete set of The Baker Street Journal from its inception in 1946 through 2011 on a single DVD in PDF format. With 276 issues and more than 18,000 pages spanning all of the Old Series, the Christmas Annuals, and the New Series through 2011, you won't find … Continue reading The e-Baker Street Journal v2

A Remarkable Mixture

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"A Remarkable Mixture" Award-Winning Articles from The Baker Street Journal. Edited and Introduced by Steven Rothman, BSI. Since 1958 the Baker Street Irregulars have presented the Morley-Montgomery Memorial Award to the author of the best article published in The Baker Street Journal each year. The Award, begun by legendary bookseller Lew D. Feldman, honors the … Continue reading A Remarkable Mixture