Clifford Devotie Lewis was a former Georgia Tech student at the School of Electrical Engineering, class of 1938. He served as an Army Lieutenant for over four years during the Second World War. This collection contains notes, lab reports, exams, and other materials from the period he was a Georgia Tech student.
The collection is open for research use.
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The Clifford Devotie Lewis Papers document part of Lewis life as a Georgia Tech student. The collection contains notes from classes, exams, assignments, lab reports for Electrical (E.E. 16 and E.E. 118) and Mechanical Engineering classes (M.E. 45, M.E. 46, M.E. 62), and other general material such as magazines, diagrams, maps, graphs and documents from the Reserve Officers Association.
Clifford Devotie Lewis (1912-2004) earned a bachelor’s degree from Georgia Tech in Electrical Engineering (class of 1938). While at Georgia Tech he took classes in the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Departments such as E.E. 16 and 118 and M.E. 45, 46, and 62. He was a member of the United States Reserve Officers Association in 1937-1938 and became a lieutenant in the Army shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor. He served the Army for four years, having received various awards. After World War II, he was employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in several locations. He was born in Vidalia, GA and died in Savannah, GA.
All folders are arranged alphabetically.
A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.
Georgia Tech Living History Project
Amanda Domingues processed these papers in 2017.