Scott Leavitt Edit Profile
Student of University Michigan, 1899-1900.
Homesteading and teaching, in Oregon, 1901-1907. Ranger United States Forest Service, 1907. Supervisor Lewis & Clark National Forest in Montana, 1910, Jefferson National Forest, 1913-1918 (resigned).
Member 68th to 72d Congresses (1923-1933), 2d Montana District. Nominated as Republican for United States Senate, 1934. Reinstated United States Forest Service, chief Division of Information and Education, North Central Region, Milwaukee, 1935-1941.
Retired Corpl. Company L, 33d Michigan Infantry Volumes, Spanish-American War. Served in Santiago Campaign. Federal State director United States Employment Service and of Public Service Reserve, Montana, World War I.
Member 68th to 72d Congresses (1923-1933), 2d Montana District. Member United Spanish War Veterans (ex-commander Montana, national senior vice commander-in-chief 1935, national commander-in-chief 1936-1937). Mason.; Club: Rotary (president 1943-1944, Newberg, Oregon.
Married Elsie E. Frink, September 27, 1903. Children: Anna J. (deceased), Roswell.