Dixon, M


Dixon, M
Dixon, Margaret


Three items. The collection concerns Leading Aircraftwoman Margaret Dixon (b. 1926, 2137383 Royal Air Force) and contains a memoir and photographs. She served in the WAAF and was stationed at RAF Hospital Matlock and RAF Coningsby.

The collection has been loaned to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Heather Raad and catalogued by Trevor Hardcastle.




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Dixon, M

Collection Items

Margaret Dixon
Two photographs of a Margaret Dixon one in uniform with medic badge on her lapel, the other in civilian blouse.

Bomber crew
Seven aircrew standing in front of a Lancaster, squadron letter K. Hangar in background. Captioned 'Kindest regards from crew of 'K''. On the reverse a skull and crossbones and 'in memory of a tree & a pair of torn pants R. Aird. Engineer, M/U…

Margaret Dixon's account of her early life and service in the Women's' Auxiliary Air Force
13 handwritten pages, Margaret describes in some detail her early life and service in the WAAF as a nurse.

This item was sent to the IBCC Digital Archive already in digital form. No better quality copies are available.
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