The mission of the Vintage Girl Scout
Online Museums is to be a resource for all Girl Scouts
and Girl Guides everywhere.
My goal is to keep making it better and more useful.
This website would not be as extensive as it is, if it weren't
for wonderful people who send scanned images, share information,
|Things I'm working on and need
1)Looking for an image of the 1976 Bicentennial Girl
Scout candle. It wasn't sold in the catalogs. It was
red, white and blue, with GSUSA on the side.
2)If you are familiar with the Girl Scout camps in your
state - please check out the Camp Scrapbook for your
state, and let me know if I missed anything, got
something wrong, etc. I don't live there and sometimes
these old newspapers don't make it clear that the camp
by the lake is the same camp just down the road from the
town, so I'll list it twice.
If you have anything not shown on the
you'd like to share, please follow the instructions below...
pin(s) at 100% in 150 dpsi (dots per square inch) on a white
background if possible. Crop the image (remove as much of
the background as you can) if possible, but I can edit on
this end as well.
email to :
Badges & Patches
and patches do better at 50% in 150 dpsi on a white
also discovered that a color Xerox of something does well
too - just mail it to me.
Photographs, stories, other things you
would like to share.
I'll try to add them - they may be edited
to fit the webpage.
Please note that
images may be altered to fit the website format, including changing
size or background color to white.