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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.