I am the great-granddaughter of Ruby Side Thompson.
World War ll London Blitz: 7-2-41 to 7-28-41 Since Germany attacked Russ...
PURCHASE DIARY'S: July 2, 1941 To the hairdressers again today, and had my hair thinned out. Weather is so hot, and my hair is so heavy. Hav
World War ll London Blitz: 6-1-41 to 6-29-41 Men talking: Roosevelt is b...
Purchase Diary Here: June 1, 1941 Waiting for Mother. Whit Sunday. It is Dad’s birthday, born June 1, 1859. Ted is out at his drilling. Here
World War ll London Blitz: 5-1-41 to 5-31-41 A most extraordinary and as...
Purchase Here: May 1, 1941 Ted just left for his evenings work with the Home Guard. I met Mr. Pryor this morning, coming out of Ive’s Garden
World War ll London Blitz: 4-1-41 to 4-28-41 Yesterday afternoon, Sir Ki...
Purchase Diary Here: April 1, 1941 Mary Bernadette called in soon after two o’clock. She had been in to see Dr. Keighley. She stayed here fo
World War ll London Blitz: 9-1-39 - 9-10-1939: War started today. After ...
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BUY DIARIE'S: AUDIO: September 1 War started today. After another week of lies and duplicity, Hitler launched into actu
World War ll London Blitz Diary: 7-6-41 to 7-28-41
Purchase Diary's: Audio Sunday, July 6, 1941 Ted is off to his Home Guarding. My emerald earrings are missing; also a turquoise, amethyst, a
World War ll London Blitz Diary: 1-6-41 Blitzed Out Absolutely amazed at...
1-6-41 The bomb behind the Westminster bank has been safely taken away. Another alert has just sounded. I suppose Hitler is furious because
Story written by my grandmother Frances Wood " An artist in Paris" in th...
Our room, a tiny oblong was cheerful. The wallpaper was gay; blue birds, pink flowers, on faded yellow, Flora and fauna growing rootless and
World War ll London Blitz Diary: 1-24-41 Good insight into blitz, Intere...
Purchase: 1-24-41 We had news this morning, via the Netherlands, reported that the German Parachute troops waiting there to invade us, are i
Letter from Esther Pissarro to Frances Wood April 20th (no year)
Letter from Esther Pissarro to Frances Wood April 20th (no year) Dearest Frances, This is just a hurried line to introduce to you a very old
World War ll London Blitz Diary: 3-13-41 World War II London Blitz Diary...
3-13-41 A time bomb had been hidden in a suitcase. I suppose some devil thought that a clever idea. Oh God, deliver us from evil, from Satan
Oct 13th 1937 Letter to Esther and Lucien Pissaro (son of Camille Pissaro)
Oct 13th 1937 Letter to Esther and Lucien Pissaro (son of Camille Pissaro) Dear Esther and Lucien, Its been so long since I've heard anythin
World War ll London Blitz Diary: 3-16-41 THE BEST BOOK I'VE READ LATELY,...
3-16-41 This afternoon we found a stick of an incendiary bomb leaning against our garden fence at the bottom of the garden. Three times toda