“That is Baskerville Hall in the middle”
Photographic reproduction of ink or watercolor on paper
Illustration for Arthur Conan Doyle's “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” p. 358.
This image shows how the text flowed around the illustration in its original appearance in the Strand Magazine.
Passage illustrated: “‘After you left I sent down to Stamford's for the Ordnance map of this portion of the moor, and my spirit has hovered over it all day. I flatter myself that I could find my way about.’
“‘A large-scale map, I presume?.’ ”
“‘Very large.’ ”
“He unrolled one section and held it over his knee. ‘A large-scale map, I presume? ’Here you have the particular district which concerns us. That is Baskerville Hall in the middle. ”
Formatting and text by George P. Landow
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