Lady Katie Magnus, wife of Sir Philip Magnus, died here today at the age of 80 years. Lady Magnus, was prominent as a Jewish authoress and communal worker. Among the works from her pen are “Jewish Portraits”, “Outlines of Jewish History”, “Bible Stories”, “Holiday Stories”, “Sabbath Stories”,
“Salvage” and others. She was the President of the Jewish Girls Club. Her husband, Sir Philip Magnus, is a prominent educator, a former member of Parliament, and a fellow and member of the Senate of the University of London. Lady Magnus’ son, Laurie Magnus, is the editor of the London Jewish Guardian. She was born at Portland, May 2, 1844.
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