Andrew MacKay Scott papers, 1999-2005.
- Scott, Andrew M. (Andrew MacKay), 1922-2005
- Archival and manuscript material
Where to find it
Papers related to the creation, operation, history, and dissolution of the Coastal Carolina Press (CCP). Papers include legal documentation of the press; statements of purpose, philosophy, and mission; promotional materials; notes from staff meetings; correspondence; memorial service materials; letters of condolence; an unfinished memoir; and a short graphic publication, "Trouble Waters The Floods of '99," written by Scott and published by the CCP.
This item is about
- Biographical Sketch of Creators
- Professor of Political Science and founder of the Coastal Carolina Press Andrew MacKay Scott (1922-2005) received a Master of Arts degree, Master of Public Administration Degree, and Ph.D. in Political Economy and Government, all from Harvard University. He joined the University of North Carolina faculty in 1958, where he taught for over 30 years before retiring. Scott published widely and founded the Coastal Carolina Press, a non-profit press focusing on the history, traditions, people, and places of the coastal area, in 1999 in Wilmington, N.C. He was married to women's historian Anne Firor Scott.
- In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#5238).
- Local Notes
- Source of acquisition: Acquired 2005, 2007
Source of acquisition: Acquired 2005
- About 375 items (1.0 linear feet).
- OCLC Number