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Natalie Scott

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Title

Natalie Scott

Source

Natalie Scott papers, Manuscripts Collection 123, Louisiana Research Collection, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118.

Publisher

Louisiana Research Collection

Date

1907-1957

Rights

Physical rights are retained by the Louisiana Research Collection. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. copyright laws.

Items in the Natalie Scott Collection

Natalie Scott
Natalie Scott with friend in Taxco, Mexico, 1957.

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Natalie Scott at her home in Taxco, Mexico.

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Natalie Scott with a group of kids from the school she created in Taxco, Mexico.

Funeral procession for Natalie Scott
Local people of Taxco, Mexico at Natalie's funeral, 1957.

Funeral procession for Natalie Scott
Local people of Taxco, Mexico at Natalie's funeral, 1957.

Bordereau D'envoi
Natalie Scott's Red Cross shipment papers, September 1919.

"French Houzard's Officer-wounded".
Sketch by Natalie Scott during her time as a Red Cross Nurse in WW I.

"Old Plantation Houses in Louisiana"
Cover of the book written by Natalie Scott and William Spratling, "Old Plantation Houses in Louisiana".

Class of 1909 basketball team, Newcomb College.
Natalie, on the second row on the far left in light jersey, played center.

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Natalie Scott in the Red Cross, 1950.

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Natalie celebrating the surrender of Germany, three miles outside Landsberg, Germany, May 7, 1945.

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Natalie Scott a year before her death, New Orleans 1956.

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Natalie Scott wearing her Croix de Guerre, Paris 1919.

Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre<br /><br />
Sketch by William Spratling of the Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre, where Natalie Scott preformed and wrote plays.

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Croix de Guerre ceremony on September 6, 1919 in Paris.