A. Scott Anderson

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A. Scott Anderson (1904–1971) was an American politician, who was mayor of Richmond, Virginia from 1958–1960 and served on the City Council for the City of Richmond, Virginia from 1956–1960 and 1963-1966. Anderson, who was too old for military service, served in the Home Guard during World War II.[1]

Legal career[edit]

In 1960, Anderson left the law firm of Bowles, Anderson, Boyd, Clarke & Herrod to join Mr. Alexander Hamilton Sands in the forming of Sands, Anderson, Marks & Clarke, whose offices were initially in the American Building. This law firm eventually became Sands Anderson PC.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mays, David John. Race, reason, and massive resistance: the diary of David J. Mays, 1954-1959. University of Georgia Press, 2008. p. 302. 

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