LH1698 Oshawa King Scouts Group Portrait
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- Black-and-white group portrait of ten unidentified Boy Scouts (King Scouts) from Oshawa.
- The Boy Scouts emerged out of a great movement toward adventure groups for boys. Lord Robert Baden Powell established the association in 1907 after his involvement with the Boys' Brigade in the U.K. The Boy Scouts quickly became a group with great influence across the world. Since 2000, the Boy Scouts has become known as simply the "Scouts" as many groups were opened to girls as well as boys. Today, nearly 30 million adults and children are involved in scouting worldwide.
- "Oshawa - Scout Group 1944 King Scouts"
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Width: 23 cm
Height: 17.5 cm
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Local History and Genealogy Librarian,
65 Bagot Street,
Oshawa, ON L1H 1N2