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05 February 2012

Martha Toth (1883-1933) A Hungarian pioneer.

Martha Toth worked 20 years at a factory in Buda Pest. She lived by herself, and had no man in her life.

At age 50 she had a heart attack and died. The summoned doctor found that she was male-bodied.
  • London Life, Oct 14th, 1933: 3. Reprinted in Peter Farrer. Cross Dressing between the Wars: Selections from London Life, 1923-1933. Garston: Karn, 2000: 342.

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