Lewis R. Gilbert

Lewis R. Gilbert, Class of 1900. Mr.. Gilbert received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Case School of Applied Science in 1900. He became a draftsman with the Browning Engineering Company and later worked for the Packard Motor Company in Detroit. In 1905, Mr.. Gilbert was employed by the Peerless Auto Company in Cleveland as an assistant mechanical engineer and designer. Working conditions in the U.S. cause him to leave and go to France to work at his profession until the outbreak of World War I.