LT George Lewis was born on January 11, 1891 in Philadelphia. He served with the Foggiani as a bomber pilot in the First World War. More about Lewis form his NY Times October 26, 1987 obituary: George M.D. Lewis, 96, Dies; War Pilot Under La Guardia Oct. 26, 1987 George M.D. Lewis, a Pennsylvania architect who served as a bomber pilot under Fiorello H. La Guardia in northern Italy in World War I, died Friday at the Community Medical Center in Scranton, Pa. He was 96 years old and lived in Waverly, Pa. After his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture, Mr. Lewis enlisted in the air service of the Signal Corps, and received his flight training in Foggia, Italy. He was a lieutenant in the command of Captain La Guardia, flying missions against the Austrians in the Veneto region. After the war, he went into architectural practice in Scranton and, as a member of successive partnerships, designed many buildings in the Scranton area, including banks, churches and community houses.