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1921 Halftone images with article titled, "Two Million Boy Scouts and What they Mean to the World."
15-1/4 x 10 in. $40

1912 What the Camp Fire Girls Stand For. This black and white antique print includes pictures of the girls's uniforms and an article on the Camp Fire Girls. This print is from the 1912 edition of Ladies Home Journal.
10x16 in. $40

1944 Winchester Rifle Advertisement. Entitled "On Guard for America since 1866." The image is of a boy scout reading a map and his rifle and carry sack by his side. This antique print is in
 excellent condition.
8.5x11 in. $40

1929 Various Phases of Boy Scout Life. Seven black and white images of life in a Boy Scout camp: building a fire, the morning bugle, spearing Sturgeon at Carr Pond, tent mess, studying woodcraft, a bout with the gloves, and working in the garden. Original antique print from a
1929 publication.
10x7 in. $40

Boy Scouts helping the War Movement - 1918 Half-tones with text article about The Week-End Bazaar for the Y.M.C.A. This was featured in The Ladies' Home Journal.
16 x 10-1/2 in. $40

1921 The American Boy advertisement for Daisy Air Rifles which shows a smiling Boy Scout holding one of the air rifles securely. Inset of Boy Scouts target practicing. DAisy MAnufacturing Company.
16 x 10-1/2 in. $40

1963 Boys' Life magazine cover with a Norman Rockwell painting titled, "A Good Sign All Over The World" showing International Scouts dancing to a bagpipe in front of globe. Genuine print from the February 1963 edition of
Boys' Life Magazine.
13.5x10.5 in. $40

1921 The Ubiquitous and All Conquering Boy Scout. This original print is from the 1921 edition of The Graphic Magazine. The article explores the spread of scouting across the world. The images show: The Junior Boxing Team (1920-21) of the Pretoria Division of the Sout African Boy Scouts and The Senior Boy Scout Troop in India, the 1st Bangalore. size: 10x15 in. $40

1926 Norman Rockwell color image of a boyscout bandaging a little girls finger supervised by his dog. This genuine antique print is an advertisement for the Boys and Girls First Aid Week, Under the Auspices of Bauer
and Black company.
12.5x10 in. $50

1921 Off to the Polar Seas. Antique black and white halftone image of Boy Scout leaders hoisting the British flag on the Quest before the Shackleton-Rowett Expedition sets out from London. From the cover of the September 24, 1921 edition of The Graphic 11x16 in. $40

1944 September 2, 1944 cover of The Saturday Evening Post featuring an illustration by Stevan Dohanos. This color cover shows a boy scout waving from the back of a school bus. Cover is in excellent condition, there is one subsciption sticker in upper right hand corner.
 size: 11x16 $40

1916 The Young Hope of a Young Kingdom. Prince Umberto heir to the Italian throne, as a Boy Scout or "Giovine Esploratore". This antique black and white half tone is framed with small illustrations of a boy scout in action and is from the January, 1916 edition of The Graphic. Print is in excellent condition.
11x16 $40

1910 Leslie's Weekly Boy Scout movement half-tone images with some text which show Boy Scouts learning the value of peace through the maneuvers of war.
16 x 10-1/2 in. $40

1924, 13 page booklet featuring the Boy Scouts and Campfire Girls. This booklet includes 29 black and white photos
 of the scouts at camp.
size: 9.5x6.5 in. $40

929 Helping With the Bluebirds, Camp Fire Girls. Who Wouldn't Be a Camp Fire Girl? Six black and white images of life in a Campfire Girl camp: setting up the tent, the camp fire song, at the loom, ready for inspection, helping in the home, and building houses for the feathered friends. Original antique print from a 1929 publication.
10x7 in. $40

United States Cycle Tires Ad, choice of Bicycle Corps. This ad was featured in the
 September 1919 issue of
The Companion publication.
 size: 11x16 in. $40

The Jamboree at the Exhibition - Scouts of the Empire Gathered at Wembley - 1924 The Graphic hand colored half-tone images showing the Dublin Contingent and the South African Scouts.
15 x 10 in. $50

1924 The Prince of Wales as a Scout. Black and white photo of his royal highness spending an evening at the Wembley Boy Scout camp with Sir Robert Baden-Powell, the Chief Scout. $40

1929 Work and Play of the Campfire Girls. Honors and the Honor Beads. Two black and white images of a campfire girl wearing her honor beads and a troup of girls on a hike.
Original antique print from
 a 1929 publication.
10x7 in. $40

Circa 1920 Camping and Scouting, Some Valuable and Timely Hints to Young People on an Engrossing Subject of Outdoor Interest. This antique print has two black and white photos of: A glimpse of a boys' summer camp and a canoe parade in a boys'
organized camp.
11x16 in. $40

1921 Advertisement for Daisy Air Rifles showing a proud Boy Scout handling one.
16 x 10 in. $40

A Famous Marine Painter As Captain of Sea Scouts - This was exclusive to the 1924 The Graphic. Thirteen half-tone images showing daily life aboard the sea vessel and the duties the sea scouts performed. Also shown is W.L. Wyllie and his residence, The Tower House.
20-1/2 x 5 in. $50

1923 The Boy Scout and Girl Guide Movement - Two-page article written and illustrated by the Chief Scout, Sir Robert Baden-Powell from the No. 6 issue of The Scouters. Two half-tone images on front page showing the Duke of Connaught addressing a Class of Scoutmasters. Featured in The Graphic. Each page measures:
15 x 10-1/2 in.
$50 total

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