Mobile Holmes

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Mobile Holmes: Transportation in the Canon. Edited & introduced by Walter Jaffee, BSI. Sherlock Holmes is indelibly associated with Baker Street. But as we know, he traveled throughout London, throughout England, and to other parts of the world. Clients came to consult him as well. Those travels requited the use of various forms of transportation. … Continue reading Mobile Holmes

Art in the Blood

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Art in the Blood: Cartoonist & Illustrator Scott Bond Meets Sherlock Holmes. Edited, with an introduction, by Mark Gagen. "Art in the blood is liable to take the strangest forms," said Sherlock Holmes in "The Greek Interpreter," and Scott Bond's canonical cartoons and other illustrations bear this out. His cartoons have appeared in every issue … Continue reading Art in the Blood

Catalogue of the Exhibition 2014-2015

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Catalogue of the Exhibition. Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Never Lived and Will Never Die The Museum of London Exhibition. Compiled by Nicholas Utechin and Catherine Cooke. Now, for the first time, a catalogue is available for the Museum of London's 2014-15 groundbreaking exhibition. Not since the famous 1951 Festival of Britain has an event … Continue reading Catalogue of the Exhibition 2014-2015

Sherlockian Saturdays at the Pratt

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Sherlockian Saturdays at the Pratt. Edited & introduced by William Hyder. Inspired by a passage in Christopher Morley's preface to Doubleday's The Complete Sherlock Holmes, in which Morley recalled walking to "the old Enoch Pratt free library" to borrow "a Conan Doyle he had not read," Baltimore area Sherlockians established a Weekend with Sherlock Holmes … Continue reading Sherlockian Saturdays at the Pratt

The Grand Game Boxed Set

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The Grand Game Boxed Set. This special boxed set commemorates a century of canonical criticism. The set contains The Grand Game Volume One and Volume Two, with bonus material including a special combined index to both volumes, and a revised and expanded publication about Ronald Knox and the origins of the Grand Game. The three … Continue reading The Grand Game Boxed Set

The Grand Game Limited Edition Boxed Set

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The Grand Game: Limited Edition Boxed Set. The Baker Street Irregulars announce the publication of a limited edition boxed set commemorating a century of canonical criticism. The set contains The Grand Game Volume One and Volume Two, with bonus material including a special combined index to both volumes, and a revised and expanded publication about … Continue reading The Grand Game Limited Edition Boxed Set

The Grand Game Vol. Two: 1960–2010

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The Grand Game: A Celebration of Sherlockian Scholarship Volume Two: 1960–2010. Edited by Laurie R. King and Leslie S. Klinger. The second volume of The Grand Game, which covers the past half-century (1960–2010), completes the carefully selected sampling of the best and most important pieces of Sherlockian scholarship and speculation since the inception of "the … Continue reading The Grand Game Vol. Two: 1960–2010

The Grand Game Vol. One: 1902–1959

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The Grand Game: A Celebration of Sherlockian Scholarship Volume One: 1902–1959. Edited by Laurie R. King and Leslie S. Klinger. The Grand Game is based on the lovely fantasy played by scholars and Sherlockians that Sherlock Holmes was a real person, and that the sixty Canonical tales were actually written by Dr. Watson and reflect … Continue reading The Grand Game Vol. One: 1902–1959

Edgar W. Smith Switch Plate

Edgar W. Smith Switch Plate

Edgar W. Smith Switch Plate from his Morristown, NJ residence "221B Baker Street." This custom switch plate is an unfinished aluminum replica of the original now in the BSI Archive collection at the Houghton Library, Harvard University. Dave Galerstein, BSI, rescued both the switch plate and the 221B door plate from the cottage on Smith's … Continue reading Edgar W. Smith Switch Plate

Fifty Years in Baker Street

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Fifty Years in Baker Street. By Jens Byskov Jensen. This book is a rare collaboration between the BSI and one of its scion societies, The Cimbrian Friends of Baker Street. The Baker Street Irregulars has hundreds of scion societies in the U. S. and, perhaps surprisingly to most Sherlockians, an additional three scions overseas: Sherlock … Continue reading Fifty Years in Baker Street