Papers, 1865-1937, 1871-1922 (bulk).


Scott, Austin, 1848-1922. Papers, 1865-1937, 1871-1922 (bulk).

Papers, 1865-1937, 1871-1922 (bulk).

The Austin Scott Papers, 1865-1927 (bulk, 1871-1922) are divided into three record series: I. Presidential Papers, 1891-1906; II. Personal Papers, 1871-1928; and III. Clippings, 1871-1937. The bulk of the material consists of presidential papers and graduate school notes (in German) of Greek and Roman history courses taken under Droysen and Mommsen. The presidential papers include five annual statements to the Board, correspondence, subject files (including material on the Scholarship Act of 1890), financial notes, and speech material, including two addreses concerning George Washington's activities in New Jersey. The presidential correspondence includes five letters from his counterpart at Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson.

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