First Girl Scout Day Camp held in 1945

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  • Glenview Brownies standing in a field in front of the Huntington barns.  Huntington was a popular place for outdoor activities on the west side. Picture was taken in 1946.

  • The third-grade girls at Parkview School (Class of 1955) wearing their Brownie outfits on picture day.

  • These Girl Scouts were in the classes of 1949 and 1950. The author's mom was a leader.

  • The terracing and fish pond behind Rose Hill Museum in the Cahoon Park valley was often used for outside activities and day camps.

  • New Girl Scouts at Forestview School  (Class of 1955) proudly show off new cloth wings for their merit badges.

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