GOVERNOR ROBERT W. SCOTT (NC GOVERNOR) - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 09/21/1972 - HFSID 83781
GOVERNOR ROBERT W. SCOTT The North Carolina Governor and U.S. Senator sends letter of thanks to a fan, signs name in black ink Typed Letter Signed: "Bob Scott" in black ink. 1 page, 8½x11. Written on State of North Carolina Governor's Office letterhead. September 21, 1972. Raleigh, North Carolina. Addressed to Mr.
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GOVERNOR ROBERT W. SCOTT
The North Carolina Governor and U.S. Senator sends letter of thanks to a fan, signs name in black ink
Typed Letter Signed: "Bob Scott" in black ink. 1 page, 8½x11. Written on State of North Carolina Governor's Office letterhead. September 21, 1972. Raleigh, North Carolina. Addressed to Mr. Paul J. Friscot of Canton, Ohio. In full: "Thank you for your letter of recent date. Enclosed is the photograph and biographical sketch which you requested [not included]. I appreciate your interest in me and in the State of North Carolina. Thank you for writing. Cordially". Robert Walter "Bob" Scott (1929-2009) was the Governor of North Carolina from 1969-1973. A dairy farmer, Scott had previously served as Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina (1965-1969). Constitutionally barred from seeking another term, Scott became Co-Chairman of the Appalachian Regional Commission, and he served as President of the North Carolina Community College system from 1983-1995. The son of William Kerr Scott (1896-1958), also a Governor of North Carolina (1949-1953) and a U.S. Senator from North Carolina (1954 until his death in 1958),Scott was the father of Meg Scott Phipps, who served as North Carolina's Commissioner of Agriculture from 2001-2003. In 2003, Scott was implicated in a campaign finance scandal that led to the resignation of his daughter. She was tried and found guilty on five of the original 30 federal charges, and, in March 2004, was sentenced to four years in federal prison. Toned. Binding holes in left margin. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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