This collection contains correspondence and memorandum regarding General Hugh L. Scott. Original correspondence dates from
1915-1930, and no dates exist on the copies. One letter is from Reuben Spotted Horse to Russel Crane, regarding the medal
given to Reuben Spotted Horse from Thomas Jefferson via General Scott.
Hugh Lenox Scott (1853, September 22 – 1934, April 30) was a post-Civil War West Point graduate who served as superintendent
of West Point from 1906 to 1910, and Chief of Staff of the United States Army from 1914 to 1917, including the first few months
of American involvement in World War I.
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