Boston, 1914, Washington, DC, 1916–c.1968.
Born in New York City, New York; with E. M. Skinner of Boston, Massachusetts, 1914, voicer; partner with William I. Hitchcock in Lewis & Hitchcock of Washington, DC, 1916; retired c. 1968; succeeded by George Payne; died December 14, 1973 in Silver Spring, Maryland, age 82.
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