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Label
1881-1924
Inclusive dates
1881-1924
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Language
eng
Summary
Correspondence, 1881-1924, of R. Carter Scott (1859-1928) of Richmond, Virginia, and judge of the Richmond and Henrico County Circuit Courts, consisting of letters from from various Virginia governors to Judge R. Carter Scott and others concerning executive clemency, pardoning, sentencing, reimbursements, and appointment of individuals, as well as the health of Judge Scott. Contains letters from Governors Frederick Holliday (1828-1899), Andrew Montague (1862-1937), E. Lee Trinkle (1876-1939), Claude Swanson (1862-1939), and Alexander Forward (1876-1958), secretary to Governor Henry Stuart (1855-1933)
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Biographical or historical data
Richard Carter Scott was born 23 July 1859 in Warrenton, Virginia, to Robert Taylor Scott (1834-1897) and Fannie Carter Scott. He graduated the University of Virginia and first went into banking, then became an attorney. In 1897, Scott was appointed Attorney General of Virginia, finishing the remainder of his father's term. In 1904, he was elected judge of the Circuit Courts of Henrico County and the City of Richmond, Virginia. Scott married Lucy Ellen Blair Scott (1869-1953) 25 November 1891, and they had four children. Scott died in Richmond on 27 January 1928, and was buried in Hollywood Cemetery.
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Vi
Form designation
Correspondence
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
10
Immediate source of acquisition
Scott, R. Carter III
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000492579
Type of unit
leaves.

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