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Monday, October 28, 2013

It's Here!

That smile on my face was produced by the inaugural issue of The Watsonian. It's all that anyone could hope for in a scholarly yet accessible journal. It's hard to believe that the John H. Watson Society has only been around six months. Even greater things are ahead for our fledgeling society, I'm sure.   


  1. Hi Dan,
    Enjoyed your article...I am delighted we could be in the first issue together. Joanne and her team did a great job of producing a lovely volume.
    Bob Katz

  2. BTW, Bob, I found your article to be both convincing and moving. I got misty-eyed reading your description of Holmes at Gettysburg. And I believed every word of it.

  3. Dan---Thanks for the kind words. Of course you should believe it.....it really happened. Holmes and Watson ARE real....
    I have made many visits to Gettysburg. Imagine how misty-eyed I get when I stand atop Little Round Top....and think of both Holmes and Watson having been there as well.