Sir Arthur CONAN DOYLE. Miscellaneous dramatic works including the autograph draft of Admiral Denver, 7 pages, 4to; autograph manuscript of a psychic play entitled The Criminal (unfinished), 12 pages, 4to; typescripts of: A Duet. A Duologue, with autograph titlepage, 15 pages, 4to; Halves, prologue, autograph revisions and additions, 9 pages, 4to; The Lift, autograph revisions, 12 pages, 4to; The Black Hawk (beginning only), 9 pages, 4to; synopsis of The Flights of Dr Curtius, 14 pages, 4to; together with printed programme for 'Three Morning Talks and Readings' by Conan Doyle, Daly's Theatre [New York], 1894, with two others; and, printed copies of Waterloo, 1907, and The Pot of Caviar, 1928 (French's Acting Editions).
Halves was based on a story by James Payn. (7)