Upcoming Exhibit

Thursday, April 28 at 2:00p.m, Michael Southern, Senior Architectural Historian at the State Historic Preservation Office, NC Dept. of Natural & Cultural Resources will present a lecture on the Architecture of the Scott Family Homes in the ACC auditorium. Admission is free. Following the lecture, there will be an exhibit opening and refreshments will be served at the Scott Collection. For further information, call the Scott Family Collection at (336) 506-4203 The exhibit (scheduled to open in Spring 2016) features some of the historic homes in Alamance County built by the Scott family. Through photographs, letters, and paintings we will examine vernacular architectural styles and note historical elements of the homes belonging to numerous Scott families. If you have information, photos, or interesting stories about any Scott homes, please share them with us by calling (336)-506-4203.

The Scott Family

Since the early 18th century, the Scott family has played a major role in leadership throughout Central Carolina. Their accomplishments have been showcased in The Scott Family Collection which focuses on the five major areas of their influence: Agribusiness, Education, Medicine, Public Service and Religion. You are invited to explore this information and learn more about a unique family who has contributed so significantly to Alamance County, this region and North Carolina.

Visit the Collection

The Scott Family Collection is located at Alamance Community College in the Wallace W. Gee Building on the third floor; across from the Learning Resources Center (library). Visitor Parking is available in front of the building and elevators are behind the reception desk, ground floor. Please give us a courtesy call to say you’re coming to visit. (336) 506-4203

Constitution Day

The Scott Family Collection is proud to sponsor an upcoming event at Alamance Community College. The State Archives of North Carolina will be on campus to display the state's original United States Constitution on Constitution Day (September 16, 2016). More details to follow.