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[http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=view&dbid=7687&iid=NEWS-MI-IR_DA_GL.1936_10_15_0010&r=an&rc=717,2688,846,2717;865,2688,976,2717&fn=freeman&ln=rasin&st=d&ssrc=&pid=491076618 ''Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan)''], [[Oct 15]], 1936 "Mrs Simpson Made Debut During Early Days of War" : "Most Talked of Woman in World Traces Lineage to Norman Knight"<blockquote>"Mrs Ernest Simpson ..... her friendship with King Edward VIII has made her "The Most Talked-of Woman in the World."</blockquote><blockquote>So Laura Lou Brookman, novelist and staff correspondent of NEA Service, went to Baltimore to find out who Mrs Simpson is, what her girlhood and background were like.  She tells the story of the debhood of "the Yankee at King Edward's Court" in this second of four articles."</blockquote>
 
[http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=view&dbid=7687&iid=NEWS-MI-IR_DA_GL.1936_10_15_0010&r=an&rc=717,2688,846,2717;865,2688,976,2717&fn=freeman&ln=rasin&st=d&ssrc=&pid=491076618 ''Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan)''], [[Oct 15]], 1936 "Mrs Simpson Made Debut During Early Days of War" : "Most Talked of Woman in World Traces Lineage to Norman Knight"<blockquote>"Mrs Ernest Simpson ..... her friendship with King Edward VIII has made her "The Most Talked-of Woman in the World."</blockquote><blockquote>So Laura Lou Brookman, novelist and staff correspondent of NEA Service, went to Baltimore to find out who Mrs Simpson is, what her girlhood and background were like.  She tells the story of the debhood of "the Yankee at King Edward's Court" in this second of four articles."</blockquote>
  

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