The Guiding Spirit
By: Sir Peter Robson
Archives - a way of preserving our past, to be able to bring it all out
or just parts of it and look at it again and remember our most cherished memories. And hopefully continue to add to our Archives.
Guiding in Canada is celebrating 95 years this year and many more memories will be made and hopefully added to our Area / Division / District Archives.
Guiding has a storybook past that should be told as often as possible.
Trillium Area Archives is actively seeking articles and memorabilia from our past.
- Old P.O.R's
- Program books / Handbooks, Commissioner Handbooks etc
- Enrollment Pins, Badges, Crests,
- Old Uniforms, Belts, Pouches, Ties, Scarves, Land, Air & Sea Ranger ties/scarves and hats & Handbooks
- Whistles - with Girl Guides of Canada etched into the metal
- Cookie Boxes from our past
- Metal Cookie Tins
- Canadian Guider especially pre 1950
- Trays, Cup & Saucer, Mugs
- Old Guiding Calendars
If you have any items you wish to contribute, you may drop them off at the closest Guide Office
nearest you in Trillium Area. You will find the addresses for our Guide Offices at the bottom of the Council Directory Page
on this web site. Bev Simpson - Area Archives
Please mark items ATTENTION:
An Enrollment Card from 1923
The Back of the Enrollment Card from 1923
Otter Woman (woman with many children) - the name given to Lady B.P. from the Chief of a West Coast Indian Tribe
World Camp held at Doe Lake
Commemorative Stone - marking Brown Sea Island - Where B.P. had his first test camp for Scouting
The Resting place of Lord and Lady Baden Powell in Kenya
The sign for PAXTU - Lord and Lady B.P.'s 2nd hone in Kenya
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