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A guide to the John T. Scott photograph collection, 1856-1923
P79-072a (SAFR 23362)  
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Description
The John T. Scott photograph collection, 1856-1923, bulk 1890-1905 (SAFR 23362, P79-072a) is comprised of a photograph album and loose photographic prints primarily relating to the Union Iron Works of San Francisco, California. The photographs show various vessels and pieces of machinery built by the company. The collection has been processed to the File Unit level, with some Items listed, and is open for use.
Background
John T. Scott (1865-1960) was a marine engineer. He was superintendent of Union Iron Works from 1895-1905 and co-owner of Moore & Scott Iron Works from 1905-1916. He also founded the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Company in 1917 with his uncle Henry T. Scott (1846-1927).
Extent
795 items.
Restrictions
Some material may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections.
Availability
This collection is open for use unless otherwise noted.