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A crossword fanatic ringing up a doctor in the middle of the night to find the answer to a clue. Line block after D.L. Ghilchilp, 1925.

Ghilchip, David Louis, 1892-1974.
Date
1925

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Description

Dialogue includes (rung up at 2 a.m.) "Yes, Dr. Brown speaking. What is it?" Voice. "I want the name of a bodily disorder of seven letters, of which the second letter must be 'n'." Anaemia would be one answer

Publication/Creation

[London], 1925.

Physical description

1 print : line block ; border 20 x 12 cm

Lettering

The cross-word mania. D.L. Ghilchilp.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 15439i

Languages

  • English



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