Miss Phyllis Crossley

mystery-guestMiss Phyllis Crossley is a bit of mystery at the moment, as are Miss Marian Hodson and Mr W. B. Valentine. She may have been a student: in 1935 a Miss Phyllis Crossley gained her BA from Kings, UCL. And in 1935 and 1936 a Phyllis Crossley was living in 54/58 Queensborough Terrace, Paddington (one of 25 women) and in 11 and 19-24 Cartwright Gardens, St Pancras, one of 65 women (accommodation for nurses perhaps?). The younger party on this table may well have been invited by student Miss Gwendolen Harrison, attending with her father who is about to become T&T’s general manager – so bringing her colleagues and friends. Or Mrs Jessie White, retired head teacher, might have invited some students to  the illustrious event.

puzzle-piece2-50Can you help, for Miss Phyllis Crossley, Miss Marian Hodson, or Mr W. B. Valentine

SEATED BESIDE

WHAT’S ON HER MIND?

PHYLLIS’S STORY SO FAR

WHAT PHYLLIS DID NEXT

In 1935 one Miss Phyllis Crossley gained her BA from Kings, UCL. And in 1935 and 1936 a Phyllis Crossley was living in 54/58 Queensborough Terrace, Paddington (one of 25 women) and in 11 and 19-24 Cartwright Gardens, St Pancras, one of 65 women (accommodation for nurses perhaps?)).

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