Caption, Please #1

I thought it might be fun to share some of my favorite vintage Girl Scout photos from time to time.

I’ll include some information, such as the date and location, but, dear readers, I’d like YOU to suggest a caption.

Serious is good, funny is better, but keep them clean.

Photo 1: Maryland Girl Scout camp in 1920s.

Grab some cookies, get creative, and start typing!

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Girl Scouts at camp, 1920s
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Girls hang a sign at Weston Lodge

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Ann Robertson

Ann Robertson is a writer, editor and Girl Scout historian.

8 thoughts on “Caption, Please #1”

  1. Attention, girls! The time travel excursion was fun, but PLEASE stop playing with those cell phones now!

  2. “Hey Aggie?” “”Yeah Lulu?” “Where’d the ball go?” “Look inside those girls balloon pants..hehe”

  3. Looks like those girls are bordering on Campfire Girls, instead of Girl Scouts. (Would be fitting since Campfire was the “preferred” girls’ companion organization that the Boy Scouts wanted in that role. )

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