Papers, 1841-1917 (bulk 1876-1917).


Scott, Richard H. (Richard Hamilton), 1858-1917. Papers, 1841-1917 (bulk 1876-1917).

Papers, 1841-1917 (bulk 1876-1917).

Collection contains 4 letters between Charles and Margaret Scott while Charles was serving in the U.S. Navy off the coast of California (1841, 1845, 1846); 26 letters to and from Richard Scott regarding family affairs, the Cody divorce and with Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft and John Kendrick (1876-1917); miscellaneous materials relating to Scott's service in the U.S. Navy and as a cadet at the U.S. Naval Academy (1880-1881); genealogical information on the Scott family; photographs of Scott; a wedding invitation for Helen Frances Warren and John Pershing; and miscellaneous memorabilia.

1.32 cubic ft. (2 boxes)

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