Born Ethel Mary Hogg; also known as Mrs H.F. Wood Sector: Media (Advertising) Every year King's College London holds the Ethel M. Wood Memorial Lecture on Biblical Studies. As well as endowing the lecture in 1947, Ethel Wood gifted the university a priceless collection of over 400 bibles and books of biblical studies in 1950. … Continue reading Ethel M. Wood (1877-1970)
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