Title

1995 Sub-Librarians Meeting: Let a Woman in Your Life: the Women in Conan Doyle's Life and Fiction

Start Date

6-25-1995 4:00 PM

End Date

6-25-1995 5:30 PM

Location

Harold Washington Library Center

City and State

Chicago, IL

Description

At the 23rd (Irregular) meeting, the Sub-Librarians greeted members of multiple Chicago area scion societies at the Harold Washington Library Center. The meeting began with a champagne and dessert reception in the lower lobby and then moved into the video theater for the program. Toasts were given by Katherine Rankin, Deborah Schlesinger and others.

Marsha Pollak, ASH, welcomed everyone and introduced Ely. M. Liebow, professor of English at Northeastern Illinois University and author of Dr. Joe Bell: Model for Sherlock Holmes. Liebow spoke on the topic "Let a Woman in Your Life: The Women in Arthur Conan Doyle's Life and Fiction."

Contact Information

Marsha Pollak

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1995 Sub-Librarians Meeting: Let a Woman in Your Life: the Women in Conan Doyle's Life and Fiction

Harold Washington Library Center

At the 23rd (Irregular) meeting, the Sub-Librarians greeted members of multiple Chicago area scion societies at the Harold Washington Library Center. The meeting began with a champagne and dessert reception in the lower lobby and then moved into the video theater for the program. Toasts were given by Katherine Rankin, Deborah Schlesinger and others.

Marsha Pollak, ASH, welcomed everyone and introduced Ely. M. Liebow, professor of English at Northeastern Illinois University and author of Dr. Joe Bell: Model for Sherlock Holmes. Liebow spoke on the topic "Let a Woman in Your Life: The Women in Arthur Conan Doyle's Life and Fiction."