Arthur E. Scott Photograph Collection

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This collection contains photographs taken by Arthur E. Scott, a photojournalist and photo-historian for the U.S. Senate. Arthur E. Scott, widely known as "Scotty" on Capitol Hill, first covered the United States Congress in 1935 as a photographer for the Washington Times. Later, he worked for International News Service and United Press International. In 1955, he became the photographer for the Republican Senatorial Committee where he served for the next twenty years. During his last year with the U.S. Senate, he was the official photo-historian for the Senate Historical Office. There he set to work on a project he had advocated for many years: collecting a likeness of every person who had served as a United States senator. His collection reflects the entire forty-years of Scott's association with Congress.


More photographs are available in the physical collection described by the Guide to the Arthur E. Scott photograph collection, 1910-1976

This collection was reprocessed in 2010-2011 using funds from a National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) Detailed Processing Grant.


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