Guide to the Letters of tribute to Clarence W. Scott, 1927 June
Collection number: UA 22/70
About Clarence W. Scott
Clarence W. Scott was hired as an Instructor in History at the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts in 1876. He was promoted to Professor in 1881 in which position he continued until 1929. During that time he also taught Political Science.
About the Letters of tribute to Clarence W. Scott
This book is a compilation of letters written to Clarence W. Scott on the occasion of his fifty-first year at the University of New Hampshire. A letter was sent out to faculty, alumni and friends of UNH asking for letters to Prof. Scott in commemoration of his long service. The letters were then bound together into a book. Also included are letters from his daughter Alice to Phil Wilcox, then UNH museum curator, concerning the transfer of the book to UNH in 1974.
This collection is open.
Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.
[Identification of item], Letters of tribute to Clarence W. Scott, 1927 June, UA 22/70, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
These records were transferred to the University Library for storage prior to the establishment of the University Archives in 1992.
A similar book was also prepared for Prof. Charles H. Pettee as he was also completing his fifty-first year of service. For Pettee's book see collection UA 22/71.