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24 July 2010

Elizabeth Berger (1874 - ?) servant.

Elizabeth lived as female from the age of nine. She was a pastry cook for several wealthy families. She worked as a domestic or maid until 1931 at the age of 57, when applying for a new job as a maid, she was for some reason read, and outed to the press.
  • L.H.Hamsley. “Imposters in Petticoats”. In David O. Cauldwell (ed). Tranvestism … men in female dress. New York: Sexology Corporation. 1956: 63-4.

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