Lady Lewis: Her Gloves and Her Hat

LADY LEWIS: HER HATS AND HER GLOVES is the conversational and pictorial memoir of the late Ursel White Lewis. Mrs. Lewis is the first African American Patron of the arts in Columbus, Ohio.

Lady Lewis CoverThe Table of Reflections

  • Edited by Reverend Darryl! L. C. Moch
  • Foreword by Vesta Daniel, Ed.D.
  • Acknowledgements and Credits
  • Reflections with Ursel White Lewis
  • Chronology of Lady Ursel White Lewis
  • Artist and Models having their say:
    • Martha L. Abbott
    • Queen E. Brooks
    • Henry Cade, Jr.
    • Dennison W. Griffith
    • Delores Hicks Harrington
    • Roman Johnson
    • Kojo Kamue (Also designed the cover)
    • Toia A. Lee
    • Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson with Kojo
    • Emma D. Ammons Simmons
    • Mary W. Washington Winbush
    • Robina Marie Winbush
    • Wayne P. Lawson

Afterword by Queen E. Brooks

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