Lizzie and Robert Scott

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 our state.

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

Previous Exhibit

"The View from Kalm Krest" James Edwin & Mary Belle Mebane Scott

Previous exhibit

"The Scotts at the Bingham School” virtual exhibit tells the story of two brothers, James Edwin Scott (1859-1888) and Robert W. Scott (1861-1929), who attended the Bingham School in the 1870s.

Previous Exhibit: Shaped by Family, Faith, and Place, The Anderson Hughes Scott Story

Previous Exhibit

A Life of Caring, Agnes Scott Haeseler (1907-2003) Opening reception 2-4 PM, Thursday, March 30, 2023.

Previous Exhibit: "Miss Mary"

Mary White Scott (1897-1972) grew up on a farm in Alamance County. She went to college and became a teacher. Although a private person, Mary was called upon to step into public life as the wife and (later) mother of the Governor of North Carolina. This exhibit celebrates her life and many accomplishments.

Coming Soon: Elections from the Collection

Opens Tuesday, September 3, 2024