A. S. Watt autobiography [manuscript], circa 1904.

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A. S. Watt autobiography [manuscript], circa 1904.

Autobiography of A. S. Watt, 3 pp, ca. 1904, briefly recounting his career as a farmer and state senator for Washington County, Oregon, Clerk of U.S. District Court and Probate Clerk for Yamhill County and as an employee of the Southern Pacific Railroad and Oregon Railway and Navigation Company. Also mentioned is his wife, Mary Elizabeth Elder.

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