Papers of Lewis Jerome Johnson, 1888-1948 (inclusive).


Papers of Lewis Jerome Johnson, 1888-1948 (inclusive).

Contains correspondence, 1888-1948, including letterpress copybooks; notebooks concerning personal and political matters, and teaching at the Engineering School; manuscript of writing, and addresses. Some correspondence pertains to construction of Harvard buildings.

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SNAC Resource ID: 8182160

Harvard University Archives.

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