Godfrey Dewey (September 3, 1887 – October 1977) was the president of the Lake Placid Organizing Committee and was largely responsible for the successful candidature of Lake Placid for the 1932 Winter Olympics. In addition to his role as the U.S. ski team manager he was chosen as the flag bearer for the 1928 Games in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Godfrey Dewey was the son of Melvil Dewey, the inventor of Dewey Decimal Classification, and his first wife Annie Godfrey. He went on to become the honorary chairman of the Phonemic Spelling Council.
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- Tune, Newell W. Spelling Progress Bulletin Archived 2012-04-14 at the Wayback Machine. Spring 1978. Accessed November 16, 2011.
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