Katherine Lewis (d. 1961). Her father Sir George Lewis (1833-1911) was a preeminent London solicitor.
The papers comprise:
Given to the Library through the Friends of the Bodleian in 1996.Access Conditions
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See also the papers of the Lewis Family (MSS. Don. c. 189, e. 180-4); and Papers of Elizabeth, Lady Lewis (1844-1931) and the Lewis family, 1849-1982 (Dep. c. 831-53, d. 840, e. 393).
Barrie | Sir | James Matthew | 1860-1937 | 1st Baronet | playwright and novelist
Beerbohm | Sir | Henry Maximilian | 1872-1956 | Knight | author and cartoonist
Bernhardt | Sarah | 1844-1923
Elgar | Sir | Edward William | 1857-1934 | 1st Baronet | composer
Lewis | Lady | Elizabeth | 1844-1931 | wife of Sir George Lewis
Lewis | Sir | George Henry | 1833-1911 | 1st Baronet | solicitor
Lewis | Katherine Elizabeth | d 1961
Moore | George Augustus | 1852-1933 | author
Morris | William | 1834-1896 | poet, artist, and socialist
Ruskin | John | 1819-1900 | author, artist, and social reformer
Rhodes | Cecil John | 1853-1902 | imperialist and benefactor
Saëns | Charles Camille | Saint- | 1835-1921 | French pianist, organist, and composer
Strauss | Richard Georg | 1864-1949 | German composer
Swinburne | Algernon Charles | 1837-1909 | poet
Verlaine | Paul | 1844-1896 | French poet
Wilde | Oscar O'Flahertie Wills | 1856-1900 | author
Whistler | James Abbot McNeill | 1834-1903 | painter
Zola | Emile | 1840-1902 | French novelist
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