Fred Newton Scott papers, 1882-1931.

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Scott, Fred Newton, 1860-1931. Fred Newton Scott papers, 1882-1931.

Fred Newton Scott papers, 1882-1931.

Correspondence concerning his professional activities, particularly his interest in linguistics and English language and speech, and papers, 1917-1918, concerning war issues course at the University, manuscripts of articles and speeches, diary, 1903-1909, day-books, 1903-1922, and miscellaneous notebooks and journals; also photographs.

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