Cooper, Frances Anne


Cooper, Frances Anne
Frances Anne Cooper
Frances A Cooper
Frances Cooper
F A Cooper
F Cooper


Four items. An oral history interview with Frances Anne Cooper (b. 1931), a memoir, family history and a photograph.

The collection has been donated to the IBCC Digital Archive by Frances Cooper and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.




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Cooper, FA

Collection Items

Frances Cooper
Head and shoulders portrait of a female officer wearing tunic and peaked cap with trees in the background. Submitted with caption 'Frances Cooper 1950'.

Cooper family history
A brief family history. Recent history. Describes meeting John Cooper at Feltwell in 1953 and early life together. John was a civilian air traffic controller at Heathrow and became an RAFVR officer with the air training corps. Provides a family…

A few impressions of WW2
Writes that everyone was issued with identity cards, ration books and gas masks. Comments on necessity to carry gas masks and possible fifth columns. Continues with description of black out, bomb shelters, call up, an aircraft crash and taking in…

Frances Cooper spent her early life in Uganda before settling with her parents in England for her schooling, then joining the WAAF. She speaks about the small village she lived in during the war, the arrival of Americans and prisoners of war, as well…
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