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A.M. Scott Correspondence

Collection Number: A&M 2901


Correspondence, receipts and invitations all pertaining to Addison M. Scott, resident engineer in the U.S. Government, Ohio River Department, at Charleston, WV. Scott worked with the Great Kanawha River improvement project sponsored by the U.S. from 1873 until his retirement in 1901. Correspondence covers the years 1874-1882, with one letter dated 1912. Two letters to Scott are undated. Collection contains forty-two items addressed to Scott in Charleston, with one letter written by Scott. The majority of correspondence discusses personal and/or family matters. Correspondents include Theo. Schoonmaker, engineer on the Chicago & North Western R.R., G.H. Boynton, engineer, Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R.R., J.M. Vandergrift and William Weston, civil engineers.


  • Creation: 1874-1882


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0.1 Linear Feet (Summary: 1 in. (3 folders))

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A.M. Scott Correspondence, 1874-1882
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1549 University Ave.
P.O. Box 6069
Morgantown WV 26506-6069 US