Margaret L. Woods

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BletchleyRoll: Margaret L Houston (Woods)-late '42-Oct 45. Block E, Communications Centre. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader, later i/c watch of 90 WAAFs

BletchleyRoll: Margaret L Houston (Woods)-late '42-Oct 45. Block E, Communications Centre. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader, later i/c watch of 90 WAAFs

OccuWorld: Margaret L. Woods: The forgotten slain

MaticResidue: Ÿ“· Excerpt from To The Forgotten Dead by Margaret L. Woods

MaticResidue: Ÿ“· Excerpt from the poem "To The Forgotten Dead" by Margaret L. Woods

BletchleyRoll: Margaret L Houston (Woods)-late '42-Oct 45. Block E, Communications Centre. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader, later i/c watch of 90 WAAFs

BuyNiceMusik: WOODS, MARGARET L / Esther Vanhomrigh 1891 Literature 1st ed

BletchleyRoll: Margaret L Houston (Woods)-late '42-Oct 45. Block E, Communications Centre. Wireless operator/Morse slip reader, later i/c watch of 90 WAAFs

PhaneufFHC: Margaret L. (Woods) Johnson, 86, April 17, 1931 - May 18, 2017, Littleton, New Hampshire

MrsRitchie1986: The Invader by Margaret L.Woods, New York: Harper & Brothers 1907 (May)

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The Shoe Tying
 by Robert Herrick

Anthea bade me tie her shoe;
I did ; and kissed the instep too:
And would have kissed unto her knee,
Had not her blush rebuked me.




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