Papers of Rachel Fowler comprising note books on world travel and Andre Thevet (1502-1590).
FOWLER, Rachel Elfreda (fl 1872-1927)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Born 1872; Entered Westfield College in 1894 and left to study a Degree Course in Modern Languages at Oxford University; obtained a Doctorate from University of Paris in 1905 with thesis on 'Une source francaise des poÃƒÂ¨mes de Gower'; served as a nurse for two years in Paris during the First World War; later went on to lecture on art and history at Oxford; committed suicide in old age. Daughter of Sir Robert Nicholas Fowler, first baronet (1828-1891), banker and politician.
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Donated to Westfield College in 1953. Transferred to Queen Mary in 1989.
Other Finding Aids
Compiled by Lorraine Screene.
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