Watsonian Vol. 5, No. 1 (Spring 2017)


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This is the Spring 2017 volume of the Watsonian, edited by James C O’Leary, JHWS “Pippin.”

The digital edition of this volume is a DRM-free PDF file for download.

Print editions of this issue are not currently available.

This volume features:

    • Roxie’s Canonical Ramblings
      Sandy Kozinn, JHWS “Roxie”
    • Pondicherry Ponderings
      Alexian Gregory, JHWS “Darwin”
    • The Pawky Puzzler
      Margie Deck, JHWS “Mopsy”
    • Watsonian Wit
      John Foster, JHWS “Barney”
    • Illustrations by Neha Dinesh and Fran Wing, JHWS “Phoebe”
    • Billiards With: The Sub-Librarians
      Beth Gallego, JHWS “Selena Buttons”
    • Finding Watsonian Gold in California
      Lyn Adams
    • A Most Remarkable Book
      Molly Carr, JHWS “Brenda”
    • A Lasting Image of Baker Street
      Rob Nunn
    • “Is Elementary Better than Sherlock?”
      Beth Gallego, JHWS “Selena Buttons”; Elise Elliot, JHWS “Lucy”; James O’Leary, JHWS “Pippin”; Howard Ostrom; Robert Perrett, JHWS “Sampson”; “Sanguinity”; Heather Whipple, JHWS “Addie”; Teri White, JHWS “Piper”
    • An Elegy for Baker Street in Two Parts
      Fran Martin, JHWS “Lacey”
    • “The Very Image of Sir Hugo”: A Look at Baskerville Family Resemblance
      Harrison Hunt, JHWS “Dash”
    • Necessary Rationalizations: Constructing an Overall Chronology of the Entire Lives of Holmes and Watson
      David Marcum, JHWS “Marker”
    • Descent Into Madness: The Truth About Mary Russell as discovered by David Marcum
      David Marcum, JHWS “Marker”
    • Holmes’ Violin Playing
      D’Arcy Soames Huxtable
    • Sherlock Holmes and the Titanic, as told to Leslie Charleston by Herbert Greenhough Smith
      Charles Blanksteen, JHWS “Patch”
    • Ever Polishing the Doctor’s Brass Plate
      Beth Gallego, JHWS “Selena Buttons”


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