Stoneham Oral History Project: Girl Scouts

Title:
  • Stoneham Oral History Project: Girl Scouts
Creator:
  • Doyle, Carol
  • Halchak, Beatrice
  • Houghton, Audrey
  • Schultz, Maxine G.
Description:
  • 1 sound file (60 minutes), digital, MPEG3 file
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  • This interview includes the following topics: The women discuss the founding of the first Girl Scout Troop in Stoneham. Its history, organization and leaders. They provide information regarding the activities of a Girl Scout leader; the cookie project; the changes to scouting they have seen; and its future. Other topics include: the training of leaders; Patriot Trail; capital campaign; enrollment drives. This Oral History interview is notable because it is the first to be conducted in the Stoneham Room of the new addition to the library.
  • Originally issued on sound cassettes
Date:
  • 04-19-1985
Subject:
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Publisher:
  • Stoneham, Mass. : Stoneham Public Library

Citation

Doyle, Carol et al., “Stoneham Oral History Project: Girl Scouts,” NOBLE Digital Heritage, accessed December 18, 2018, https://digitalheritage.noblenet.org/noble/items/show/3146.

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