The yew alley
Photographic reproduction of ink or watercolor on paper
Illustration for Arthur Conan Doyle's “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” p. 387.
Passage illustrated: “The good doctor took us all to the yew alley at Sir Henry's request to show us exactly how everything occurred upon that fatal night. It is a long, dismal walk, the yew alley, between two high walls of clipped hedge, with a narrow band of grass upon either side. At the far end is an old tumble-down summer-house. ” [continued below]
Formatting and text by George P. Landow
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