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

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    • Arizona's First Girl Scout Troop, Ajo, 1925

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    • Arizona's First Girl Scout Troop, 1925. Ruby Russell is in uniform in the center. This photo was taken in Ajo, Arizona. Troop 1, the first registered Girl Scout Troop in Arizona, was established in 1918.
    • Alice Lord Marshall, 1925

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    • Alice Lord Marshall, the first Girl Scout Leader in Phoenix. She was Leader of Troop 2. This photo was taken at Trinity Cathedral where the troop was begun in Phoenix, Arizona, 1925.
    • Camp Fiesta Counselors, 1933

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    • 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 Staff, 1933

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    • 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, 1930's

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

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Camp Fiesta, Girl Scout Campers, Prescott, Arizona, 1936
    • 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
    • Girl Scout Camp Flag Raising

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    • Camp Fiesta at Hassayampa Mountain Club (Prescott, Arizona), 1929. Jean Clark is on the far left wearing bloomers. Jean was a student at Phoenix College at this time.
    • Girl Scouts Swimming at Big Pine Mine Pond, 1940.

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    • Girl Scouts swiming at Big Pine Mine Pond, Prescott, Arizona, 1940. Big Pine Mine belonged to Charles Dunning, husband of Maxie Dunning, an early supporter of Girl Scouting in Arizona. In 1916 Maxie Dunning applied to become a Girl Scout...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • "Scouts."  Camp Fiesta, 1937

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Camp Fiesta Girl Scouts on horseback, Prescott, Arizona, 1937. Horses were probably provided by local ranchers.
    • Sleeping Quarters, Camp Fiesta, 1929

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    • Arizona Girl Scouts;
    • Sleeping Quarters at Camp Fiesta, Hassayampa Mountain Club, Prescott, Arizona, 1929. Pictured are Philomer Jones and Mary McLane.

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