David Lanier Lewis papers, 1940-2003.


Lewis, David Lanier, 1927-. David Lanier Lewis papers, 1940-2003.

David Lanier Lewis papers, 1940-2003.

The David Lanier Lewis papers are organized into two series. The Articles series, ca. 1970-2003, is comprised of photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles relating to Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company written by Lewis. Lewis writes regularly for a number of publications including The Ford Times, Cars & Parts Magazine, Ford Life, Public Relations Journal, Special-Interest Autos, Model A News, Antique Automobile, Detroit News, and Ann Arbor News. Articles pertain to a broad range of Ford Motor Company and Ford family subjects. The Photographs series, 1972 (0.4 cubic ft.) contains photographic prints taken by Lewis in 1972 of various Ford related sites. Among them are Richmond Hill; Berry Schools; Macon, Michigan; early Henry and Clara Ford residences; Harry Bennett's home; and views of Northern Michigan.

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