[muhm-ferd] /ˈmʌm fərd/

Lewis, 1895–1990, U.S. author and social scientist.
Lewis. 1895–1990, US sociologist, whose works are chiefly concerned with the relationship between man and his environment. They include The City in History (1962) and Roots of Contemporary Architecture (1972)


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