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The Three Garridebs

Great Falls (MT) Tribune Published 3GAR on March 22, 1925

Great Falls (MT) Tribune Published 3GAR on March 22, 1925

“The story has, I believe, been told more than once in the newspapers …”

– The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb (ENGR)

When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had his stories published that would make up the Case Book of Sherlock Holmes, the stories were first printed in the United States in Colliers Weekly and in the Strand Magazine for the United Kingdom. The North American Newspaper Alliance would offer the stories to its member newspapers a few months later for publication.

Over the past several years, we have shared images and scans of newspapers that published The Adventure of the Three Garridebs.

Today, we are sharing a scan of The Great Falls (MT) Tribune of Sunday, March 22, 1925.  You can view a scan of the entire page by clicking on the picture of the page.  They used only one of Frederic Dorr Steele’s drawings to accompany the story

Pictures From The First Sherlock Holmes TV Show & Commentary From “Television Broadcasting”

Pictures From The First Sherlock Holmes TV Show & Commentary From “Television Broadcasting”

“Possibly you have seen pictures and read descriptions …” – The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual (MUSG) In 1940, Lenox R. Lohr, the president of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) published his book, Television Broadcasting. a technical volume on the challenges and opportunities that the industry would face going forward. Lohr makes several references to the… Continue Reading

TFG to do Virtual Reading of 3GAR 1937 TV Script

TFG to do Virtual Reading of 3GAR 1937 TV Script

“… in this drama …” – The Adventure of the Second Stain (SECO) Opening titles of NBC broadcast of “The Three Garridebs” The Fourth Garrideb will be celebrating its sixth anniversary on Sunday, August 9 and to celebrate we will be doing a virtual LIVE reading of The Adventure of the Three Garridebs at 3 p.m Eastern. This… Continue Reading

The Hans Sloane of his Day

The Hans Sloane of his Day

“I shall be the Hans Sloane of my age” – The Adventure of the Three Garridebs (3GAR) Nathan Garrideb told Sherlock Holmes, “Why, I have the nucleus of a national collection. I shall be the Hans Sloane of my age.” It is quite likely that modern readers don’t know who Hans Sloane is. Hans Sloane… Continue Reading

The Leader-Post of Regina, Saskatchewan Published 3GAR (3/28/1925)

The Leader-Post of Regina, Saskatchewan Published 3GAR (3/28/1925)

“The story has, I believe, been told more than once in the newspapers …” – The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb (ENGR) When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had his stories published that would make up the Case Book of Sherlock Holmes, the stories were first printed in the United States in Colliers Weekly and in the Strand Magazine for the United Kingdom.… Continue Reading

The 2000 Three Garridebs Project

The 2000 Three Garridebs Project

“… such elaborate preparations …” – The Red-Headed League (REDH) Among my other Sherlockian skills is one I call “bad at running a scion society.” Maybe it was the timing or just my own self-absorbtion/maybe-ADD, but along the way, between the Hansoms of John Clayton losing it’s founding show-runner and the final meeting, we did… Continue Reading

Granada’s Telecast of The Mazarin Stone (April 4, 1994) with Mystery Intro/Outro

Granada’s Telecast of The Mazarin Stone (April 4, 1994) with Mystery Intro/Outro

“It was horrible!” – The Adventure of the Naval Treaty (NAVA) Granada Television gave us our viewable adaption of MAZA on April 4, 1994. There is an eariier film adaption by Elie Norwood that is currently unavaiable for viewing that is in the archives of the British Film Institute. In an unusual twist, the producers… Continue Reading

Charlotte Observer Published The Three Garridebs on March 22, 1925

Charlotte Observer Published The Three Garridebs on March 22, 1925

“The story has, I believe, been told more than once in the newspapers …” – The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb (ENGR) When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had his stories published that would make up the Case Book of Sherlock Holmes, the stories were first printed in the United States in Colliers Weekly and in the Strand Magazine for the United Kingdom.… Continue Reading