The Annotated Sherlock Holmes(1967)
(A book in the Sherlock Holmes series)
A collection of stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Here, in two volumes, is every word that Sir Aurther Conan Doyle (1859-1930) ever wrote about the adventures of the detective and the doctor - fifty-six short stories and four complete novels, arranged chronologically from Holmes's first case in 1874, when he was a university student, to his signal service to the British Empire in the opening days of the First World War. Edited with an Introduction, Notes and Bibliography by Williams. Baring-Gould. Illustrated with maps, diagrams, coats-of-arms. Photographs and Drawings by Charles Doyle, Howard K. Elcock, D. H. Friston, A Gilbert, James Grieg, George Hutchinson, William H. Hyde, Charles Raymond Macauley, Sidney Paget, Frederick Dorr Steele, Arthur Twidle, Frank Wiles and Numerous Others. Volume 1 - 688 pp. Volume 11 - 824 pp.
Used availability for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Annotated Sherlock Holmes
April 1968 : UK Hardback