Thompson, Dorothy

Thompson, Dorothy

(1894–1961) journalist; born in Lancaster, N.Y. A foreign correspondent in Vienna and Berlin during the 1920s, she later wrote a syndicated column (1936–57) and espoused vehemently anti-Nazi views prior to World War II. Her books include New Russia (1928) and Let the Record Speak (1939). She was married to Sinclair Lewis from 1928 to 1942.
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Over the decades, it had seen performances from the likes of Engelbert Humperdinck, Bobby Thompson, Dorothy Squires and Freddie and the Dreamers.
Murphy of Thompson; a brother, Arthur Murphy of Thompson; three sisters, Jeannette Nedzweckas of Thompson, Dorothy McCormac of Putnam and Cecil Tetreault of Stanford, CT; two granddaughters, Candace Murphy of Thompson and Caitlin Murphy of Maine; three grandsons, George F.
This group snapped on holiday in Blackpool in 1960 includes Jeff Morgan, Bob Thompson and Jessie Pugh.; WEEKEND PARTY: Another group, centre picture, on a weekend away at Blackpool, taken in 1959 or 1961, includes Geoff and Fred Morgan, Janet Coates, Eva Coates, Norman Coates, Fred York, Peter Thompson, Dorothy Morgan and Lance and John Simpson.
Over the decades the club has seen performances from the likes of Engelbert Humperdinck, Bobby Thompson, Dorothy Squires and Freddie and the Dreamers.