This Day, That Year – October 14

This Day, That Year – October 14

Arthur Conan Doyle published “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” on this day in 1892, a collection of twelve stories originally published serially in “The Strand Magazine”.

Did you know that:

• Elwood Haynes, an American inventor of the metal alloy stellite, was born on this day in 1857
• George Eastman patented the paper-strip photographic film on this day in 1884
• A.A. Milne’s book “Winnie the Pooh” was released on this day in 1926

Zoya Siddiqui

Zoya is a fledgling journalist with a natural penchant for wordsmithery and a soft corner for environment and wildlife. A literature student, she contributes articles on history, environment and latest fads.

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