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Part Three 3: Good-bye Noel, Hello Teaching

Part Three   Chapter 3 Good-bye Noel, Hello Teaching.    Len began writing the following letter on Thursday at work, but she sent it on the Saturday from Leicester Square, London. 9 June, 1949. The Office, Thinking Thursday Hail, Hello … Continue reading

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Part Three 2: Mean Mum and Mean Noel

Part Three Chapter Two    Mean Mum and Mean Noel Whit Monday  “I think it was mean of Noel and you to desert me” 2 May, 1949. P.A. to C.S. (P), C.D.E.E, Porton, nr Salisbury, Wilts. Monday Dearest Chookie-Burrdies, Thank … Continue reading

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Part Three 1: Sht.Hand Typist, Porton. Transferred from Overseas Duty.

Part Three   One:   Sht.Hand Typist, Porton.  Transferred from Overseas Duty.  “It’s funny, but I feel at home in Scotland and definitely a stranger here among foreigners…”       Len arrived home in the U.K. at some point in … Continue reading

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Part Two 9 Hectically Excited

Part Two  9  Hectically Excited ” To-day I’ve had letters from the Guildhall and Central School and my latest idea is to make it home for leave, and not return if I find I pass their auditions and also that they … Continue reading

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Part Two 1: Fresh and Innocent

 Part Two   1: Fresh and Innocent “I’m so happy you are as you just are, so fresh and innocent and yet with that wee bit of worldly wisdom which is such a safeguard.  Your stay in the East will … Continue reading

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Len: Our Ownest Darling Girl – The Background and Acknowledgments

To read the Chapters in chronological order: go to CHAPTERS (above) and click on the Chapter you wish to read, or to access a chapter you can also go to Recent Posts on the right. This online publication is free, … Continue reading

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