Lyle Scott interview, tape 1
Lyle W. Scott was born February 19, 1921 in Blackfoot, Idaho to Clyde and Eva Scott. Scott served in the Army Air Corps during World War II after attending Idaho State College. He served in England with 8th Air Force, 95th bomb group. For his service during the War, Scott received many honors including the Distinguished Flying Cross. After the War, Scott attended Gonzaga University and served in the Washington Air National Guard. In 1947, he married Harriet Wolff of Idaho Falls. Scott died February 3, 2007.
World War, 1939-1945; Scott, Lyle
Scott, Lyle and Jewell, James R., "Lyle Scott interview, tape 1" (1995). James Jewell Papers. 52.
Eastern Washington University Archives and Special Collections (SPC 998-0494)