Vintage Girl Scout Online Museum

 

Girl Scout Statues

Both Big and Small

 

 

 

This diorama is located

at the Presidential Library of Hebert Hoover,

showing Lou Hoover in a Girl Scout uniform, in West Branch, Iowa

Image from: hoover.archives.gov




 

“A Promise to Keep” made by Phyllis Mantik

This bronze statue commemorating

 the first Girl Scout cookie sale in 1917

 (although she's wearing a decidedly more modern uniform)

was unveiled outside of the

 Three River Museum at 200 Elgin St., Muskogee, OK

on May 2008

 

     

 

(images from the Red Dirt Ramblings blog and News9.com)

This statue, of a girl scout planting a tree,

was created by Shan Gray.

For those of you who live close to Edmond OK,

it is located at 1501 W. Covell Rd in Mitch Park

 behind the softball fields and in front of the pavilion.

Mitch Park is at the intersection of Covell and Kelly streets.

A bronze tree has been added.

 


9 1/2", bronze
No other information found.

"Girl Scout Mistress"
A lead figure made by Britains Company in the 1920s.  
It's the only Girl Scout lead figure made, She's just 2-1/8" tall.  
Officially, there is a Girl Scout Mistress, but no Girl Scouts.




Unknown small statue, appears ceramic



1984

  

1979


Not EXACTLY Girl Scout, but pretty close - and we know what they really meant.


Approximately 6" tall, does not say Girl Scout anywhere obvious, but girl appears to be in Brownie uniform and small sign on desk says Cookies.