Leslie M. Scott
Leslie M. Scott
|Oregon State Treasurer|
January 6, 1941 – January 3, 1949
|Governor||Charles A. Sprague|
John H. Hall
|Preceded by||Walter Pearson|
|Succeeded by||Walter Pearson|
|Born||February 18, 1878|
|Died||December 18, 1968 (aged 90)|
Leslie M. Scott (February 18, 1878 – December 18, 1968) was an American historian, newspaper publisher and Republican politician in Oregon. He served as Oregon State Treasurer from 1941-1949. He served as acting Governor of Oregon for a period in 1948. He was also president of the Portland, Oregon Chamber of Commerce.
Scott and his father, Oregonian editor Harvey W. Scott, compiled the six-volume A History of the Oregon Country. Leslie Scott served on the board of The Oregonian starting in 1939. In 1940, he was elected as a Republican to the office of State Treasurer, taking office on January 6, 1941. Scott won re-election to a second four-year term in 1944, and then left office on January 3, 1949.
- Family Search.com Family Group Record
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- "Portland Saga". Time. 3 October 1938. Retrieved 2007-06-20.
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- Scott, Harvey W.; Scott, Leslie M. (1924). History of the Oregon Country - 6 Volumes. Cambridge: Riverside Press. p. 187. OCLC 6608313. Lay summary – The Washington Historical Quarterly - Vol 16 No 2 Pages: 146-148 By: F.G. Young (April 1925).
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- Oregon State Treasury Administrative Overview. Oregon Secretary of State. Retrieved on March 26, 2008.
- Oregon National Register List
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Walter E. Pearson
| Treasurer of Oregon
Walter J. Pearson