A search of turns up a variety of avenues; his alma mater, Cornell (class of 1901), has a number of sources even before one goes to its archives or library: https://bit.ly/2GCFUG7.
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I know there is an archive of local photos at the Morristown & Morris Twp Library.
We have a copied photo of an old cam ring he photographed that was found onsite at our Lake Denmark Dam back in the early 1900s, but we have no idea what actually happened to the artifact...
The papers of Clyde Potts were donated to the North Jersey History Center of the Morristown and Morris Township Library in 1989.
See details of that collection at: http://morristownlibrary.org/HCFindingAids/ClydePottsPapers.xml
There is mention of him at https://morristowngreen.com/2015/11/17/the-story-of-morristowns-water-su...
Also check for information regarding his company: Williams, Proctor and Potts.
Where can information be found about Clyde Potts, a Civil Engineer who created water and sewage systems worldwide, and who was a Morristown Mayor from 1922 to 1948?
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