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Document Details


Title: Dorothye G. Scott
Document type: Oral history
Accessibility: Free Only
Repository: U.S. Congress. Senate. Historical Office
Collection: Senate Oral History Project
Series: Item 6 of Series Dorothye G. Scott
Description: When Senate Democrats elected Felton "Skeeter" Johnston as Secretary of the Majority in 1945, Dorothye Scott became his secretary. Ten years later, when Johnston was elected Secretary of the Senate, Scott moved "downstairs" with him as administrative assistant. After Johnston's retirement, she continued in her post under Frank Valeo until her retirement. During the 1950s, the Secretary's suite contained one of the few private dining rooms in the Capitol, and Dorothye Scott arranged almost daily luncheons for the Democratic leader, Lyndon Johnson, and the senior senators who constituted the powerful "inner club," about whom she offers personal reminiscences.
Extent: 53 pages
URL: http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/resources/pdf/Scott6.pdf
Original Language: English
Time span: 1970 to 1977
Speaker: Scott, Dorothye G., 1921-
Speaker gender: Female
Speaker date of birth: 26-Mar-1921
Speaker place of birth: Philadelphia, PA; Pennsylvania; United States; North America
Speaker race: White
Speaker occupation: Administrative assistant
Age at speaking: 71
Document date: 24-Jun-1992
Interviewer: Ritchie, Donald A.
Organizations discussed: U.S. Congress. Senate
Historical events discussed: Watergate Scandal, 1972-1975
Locations discussed: District of Columbia; North America; United States
Topics discussed - ASP terms: District of Columbia; Federal government; Legislative bodies--United States; Legislative hearings--United States; Legislators--United States; North America; Oral history; Political science--United States; Politicians; U.S. Congress. Senate; United States; United States--Officials and employees; United States--Politics and government; Watergate Scandal, 1972-1975; Work; Work environment
ASP release: 2005-06
Document code: OHI0022103-23101