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Thursday, May 2, 2013
The Illustrious Clients
If you've never been to a meeting of a Sherlock Holmes society, here's a virtual way to start: This YouTube video shares a few minutes of a lively discussion of "The Greek Interpreter" at a meeting of the Illustrious Clients.
The Clients, based in Indianapolis, are one of the most storied and most active scion societies of the Baker Street Irregulars. The group is well known for publishing scholarly works and minting BSI's.
Unfortunately, I've only been to one meeting -- at which I was the featured speaker -- but I hope to attend more. But even if I don't, the 16-page monthly newsletter alone is well worth the annual $20 membership fee. Well done, Clients!
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Posted by Doctor Dan at 5:03 PM