Johns Hopkins Gazette: October 27, 1997

Daniel Lewis Jr.,
Known For Applied
Mathematics Work

Daniel Clark Lewis Jr., professor emeritus of mathematics, died in Baltimore on June 19. He was a member of the Johns Hopkins faculty from 1948 to 1971. He was well-known for his work in applied mathematics, as well as for his early work on the use of the so-called chromatic polynomials in the study of the four-color problem.

Lewis is survived by his wife, Florence Harvey Lewis, and three daughters, Ellen Russell Lewis of Milton, Mass.; Caroline Bliss of Wellesley, Mass.; and Sara Fowler of Baltimore.

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