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Boy Scouts of America.

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Boy Scout Materials, Roanoke, Virginia

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01378
Content Description A 1936 Boy Scout diary belonging to Basil Roebuck and First and Second Class scout sheets, along with a membership card that belonged to Stephen Sanders from 1949-1953. Additionally there are Boy Scout pamphlets and a photograph of a mill.

Boy Scout Photo Album

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00823
Scope and Contents Photo album kept by a Boy Scout 'Brownie' in 1953-1954. He documented his troup's trip to Washington, DC and to a plantation in Virginia. The trip was awarded to the winners of a Boy Scouts "E.R.C. Camporee" in 1953. He also took photos during a trip to 'Camp Glen Gray'; a family vacation at 'Lake Valhala'; and an 'educational trip' to New York City with a friend, 1954.Most photos are numbered and content is labeled on pages inserted into the album. Photos on the last few pages are...

Boy Scouts of American Troop 1 (Congers, NY) Patrol Leader's Record Book

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00732
Scope and Contents Patrol Leader's Record Book (Boy Scouts of America Catalogue No. 3496), 32 pages, of Troop 1, Congers, New York (State). for the year 1926. Recorded are the names of  patrol leaders (Arthur Niemeyer, Bernhard Kolb) and other officers of the "Raven Patrol."  There are also individual records detailing the scout history of the troop members, and monthly listing of members and their dues.

Robert M. Gates Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00069
Scope and Contents The Robert M. Gates papers primarily cover his professional life, from his work with the Central Intelligence Agency, to his presidency at Texas A&M University, to his retirement as Secretary of Defense.  Also accounted for in this collection are papers associated with his three books: From the Shadows, Duty, and A Passion for Leadership, in addition to items from his high school and higher...