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'''Myren E. Scott''' (1907–1998), the creator of the All-American Soap Box Derby, was the editor of [[The Linking Ring]] in 1940s.
  
 
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After school hours, he worked for the Dayton Daily News and learned photography, and had pictures published in Life Magazine and other publications.
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Scott later went on to work for Chevrolet, where he named the Corvette.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:42, 25 November 2017

Myron Scott
BornMyron Edgar Scott
September 16, 1907
Camden, Ohio
DiedOctober 4, 1989 (age 82)
Dayton, Ohio
Resting placeDavid Cemetery, Kettering Ohio

Myren E. Scott (1907–1998), the creator of the All-American Soap Box Derby, was the editor of The Linking Ring in 1940s.

Biography

After school hours, he worked for the Dayton Daily News and learned photography, and had pictures published in Life Magazine and other publications.

Scott later went on to work for Chevrolet, where he named the Corvette.

References

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