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Browsing items in: Girl Scouts in Arizona, 1920-1940

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    • Phoenix Troop 1

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Phoenix Girl Scout Troop 1, 1933-34. Jean Clark, standing on right, is the leader, Phoenix, Arizona. Service to Christmas Seals. Christmas Seals were sold by the Girl Scouts to raise money for the American Lung Association to fight tuberculosis.
    • Camp Fiesta Staff, 1933

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Camp Fiesta Staff, Prescott, Arizona - 1933. Dorothy Taylor (back right); Mrs. Glen Taylor (right). Girl Scout Camp at Hassayampa Mountain Club near Prescott, Arizona. Mrs. Glen Taylor was the mother of Margaret Hance, the first woman mayor of...
    • Camp Fiesta Counselors, 1933

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Camp Fiesta counselors - Mary Leonore Shivvers (later Mary Thomas), Peggy Bradford, Jean Clark, 1933. This year's Camp Fiesta was held at Iron Springs near Prescott, Arizona.
    • Camp Fiesta, June 10, 1933

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Camp Fiesta, June 1933 - Jean Clark, Rosalind Baukins, Valerie Sharpe, Dorothy Platt, Margaret Johnson, Helen Lufkin, Haymore, Isabella McQueston
    • Camp Fiesta, 1930's

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Camp Fiesta; campers on horseback, Prescott, Arizona, 1930's
    • Joan Shivvers, 1936

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Joan Shivvers working on camp craft, Camp Fiesta, Prescott, Arizona, 1936. Joann was the younger sister of Mary Leonore Shivvers (later Mary Thomas) and was also one of the seven Girl Scouts in Arizona awarded the Golden Eaglet, the highest award...
    • Combined Girl and Boy Scout Troops, 1935

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Combined Girl Scout Troop 1 and Boy Scouts at Whiteriver Indian Boarding School. Daisy Donner, Girl Scout Troop Leader, is standing in the middle. This photo was taken on the School playground.
    • Girl Scouts, Brownies, and Boy Scouts at Whiteriver, Arizona.

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • The Girl and Boy Scouts, Whiteriver, 1935, taken at the Parade Grounds at the Whiteriver Indian Boarding School on the Fort Apache Reservation. The boarding school was not integrated but the Girl Scout troop was a mixture of students at the...
    • Brownie Girl Scouts, 1930's.

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Intermediate Girl Scout Ilene Donner, wearing a light-colored uniform, stands in the center of the scouts. She was one of only seven girls in Arizona who eventually became a “golden eaglet”, the highest honor in Girl Scouts up until 1938. ...
    • Camp Fiesta, 1936

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Camp Fiesta, Girl Scout Campers, Prescott, Arizona, 1936
    • Donner Children, Nature Study.

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Ilene (Girl Scout), Billy Whipple (Boy Scout) and Ireane (Brownie) Donner inspect a pine cone in Whiteriver, Arizona. Note Ilene's Girl Scout badges on her right sleeve. Ilene's uniform is part of the Barbara Anderson Girl Scout Museum collection.

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