She had a very good and successful band in the UK in the 1930s and sold many records through the Woolworth's stores. I remember when I was in London as a teenager - there was a Woolworth's close
to my host family house. I had not seen those Woolworth's stores in Paris and I thought they were "smashing." I also remember going to change my Francs into Pound Sterling at the Foreign Exchange booth in Victoria Station. Then I'd go to Piccadilly Circus and have tea at Fortnum and Mason, or if money was tight, I'd have a cup of tea at Lyon's Corner House.
Note to Naomi's readers - This post took several days to write. Next post, I'll write about my latest conversation with Naomi.