The Kilns

Lewis’s Oxford home is being restored as a center for research into Lewis and other Christian authors. Visitors are welcome.

In Oxford contact Michael Apicella, The Kilns, Headington Quarry, Oxford. Telephone 8656 78 89. Or write The Kilns Association, Box 1872, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067.

In 1996,the garage of the Kilns was being converted into a library and meeting room for visiting scholars.

By the Editors

[Christian History originally published this article in Christian History Issue #7 in 1985]

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