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Pages: 45. Chapters: Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, Helen Storrow, Charlotte Mason, Elsie J. Oxenham, World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, Olave Baden-Powell, Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting, Silver Fish Award, World Thinking Day, Olga Drahonowska-Ma kowska, Corps of Guides, Brownie, Lone Guides, Rose Kerr, Agnes Baden-Powell, Queens Guide, Mona Burgin, Guide of Dunkirk, Ranger, Katharine Furse, Betty Clay, Alix Liddell, Helen Gwynne-Vaughan, Eleanor Manning, Elspeth Henderson, Evelyn Norah Shullai, Olivia Burges, Caribbean Link for Guiding, Mary Malcolmson, Anne Hyde Choate, Nella Levy, Elizabeth Hartley, Mary Pellatt, Guide Gift Week, How Girls Can Help to Build Up the Empire, Alice Behrens, Joyce Price, Ann Parker Bowles, World Citizenship Award, Joan Marsham, Rainbow, Kirsty Gray, Margaret Treloar, Arethusa Leigh-White, Guides on the Air.
Excerpt: Helen Osborne Storrow (September 22, 1864 - November 12, 1944) was a prominent American philanthropist, early Girl Scout leader, and chair of the World Committee of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) for eight years. She founded the First National Girl Scout Leaders Training in Long Pond, Massachusetts- headed the leaders training camp at Foxlease, UK- and donated the first of the WAGGGS World centres, Our Chalet.
She was married to James J. Storrow, a prominent banker, who was the second national president of the Boy Scouts of America. Born Helen Osborne on September 22, 1864 in Auburn, New York, she was the youngest of David Munson (Munson) Osborne and Eliza Wrights four children. Her parents were raised in modest circumstances, but by the time of Helens birth, Munson Osborne had become one of the most prominent men in Cayuga County. Helen and her siblings enjoyed a happy and privileged upbringing, attending private schools, tra...