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Nathan Hale Council Boy Scouts of America Huntington LI Photo Album,1917

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 Front cover.

1917

"Scout Headquarters - Front Office - taken July 26, 1917." "Meeting Room at Headquarters." "Boy Scout Cabin - taken Feb 12, 1917." Page cracked in half.

1917

"-Nathan Hale Boy Scouts - Preparedness Parade - July 4, 1916." "Memorial Day - 1917 Scouts coming down Main Street." "Camp Fire Girls in Memorial Day Parade - 1917." Page cracked in half.

1917

"Going up Sagamore Hill-Oyster Bay to visit Colonel Roosevelt. April 1917. Nathan Hale Boy Scouts." "Nathan Hale Scouts Passing from Main Street into New York Avenue Memorial Day Parade - 1917." "Colonel Roosevelt speaking to the Boy Scouts of Huntington." "Rev. Chas. E. Cragg making Prayer at Cemetery Memorial Day 1917." Page cracked in half.

1917

"Memorial Day - 1917. Nathan Hale Boy Scouts." "On Main Street." "New York Avenue - returning from Cemetery." "Camp Fire Girls coming down Main Street." "Fife and Drum Corps." Page cracked in half.

1917

"Memorial Day - 1917 Showing G.A.R. and Battle Flag." "Memorial Day - 1917. Dr. J.J. Johnstone addressing the members of the G.A.R." "Nathan Hale Boy Scouts marching through Cold Spring Harbor on way to visit Col. Roosevelt, April 1917." "Young Master Brink and the Misses Gibson - July 4, 1917." Page cracked in half.

1917

"Troop #1 Corn Field at Mrs. Rainey's. Taken July 25, 1917." Loose corner of photo found between two earlier pages; belongs to photograph on bottom left of this page; aligned for image capture.

1917

"Supt. Reitan, Scoutmaster Paulding, and the Scouts Planting Troop #1 Corn Fold at Mrs. Rainey's May 12, 1917." "Same Field taken July 25, 1917. Showing Scoutmaster Peattie. Alfalfa in foreground." Page cracked in half.

1917

"Planting Troop #3 Corn Field May 19, 1917." "Hoeing Troop #3 Corn Field - June, 1917." "Troop #3 Corn Field at Mrs. Rainey's taken July 24, 1917." "Scoutmaster R.L. Simpson and Scouts planting Troop #3 Corn Field at Mrs. Rainey's Estate - May 19, 1917."

1917

"Hoeing Troop #3 Corn Field at Mrs. Rainey's June, 1917." "Troop #3 Corn Field taken July 25, 1917." "Hoeing Troop #3 Corn Field June, 1917. 'Stopping for a rest.'"

1917

"Scoutmaster R.L. Simpson and some of his Scouts planting Troop #3 Corn field at Mrs. Rainey's Conejo Farm Estate May 19, 1917." "Troop #3 Corn Field at Mrs. Rainey's taken July 25, 1917. Showing Scoutmaster Chas. E. Peattie." "View of Troop #3 Corn Field taken July 25, 1917."

1917

"Camp Fire Girls Memorial Day - 1917." "Scout Bugle, Fife and Drum Corps, and Nathan Hale Scouts in Memorial Day Parade 1917." "Scouts returning from Cemetery via New York Avenue Memorial Day - 1917." "Memorial Day 1917. Dr. Johnstone addressing the G.A.R."

1917

"Camp Fire Girls Memorial Day, 1917. Showing 'Jack' Trainer." "School childrenn Memorial Day - 1917 Traffic Officer Trainer in the foreground." "Parade going up Main Street Memorial Day, 1917." "Crowd at the Cemetery Memorial Day 1917."

1917

"Boy Scouts leaving the Cemetery Memorial Day - 1917. Showing Council Pres, A.V. Sammis and daughter in the lead." "Col. Roosevelt addrressing [sic] the Scouts of Huntington at Sagamore Hill April 1917." "Camp Fire Girls leaving Cemetery Memorial Day - 1917." "Huntington Boy Scouts en route to Sagamore Hill April 1917."

1917

“Views of United Cigar Store Fire—Feb. 12, 1917. Members of Troop # 29, Brooklyn aiding the Huntington Fire Dep't.” “Flashlight taken on the plateau below the Scout Cabin at Camp Fire July 26, 1917. Nassau County Scout Executive F. Howard Covey in the foreground.”

1917

 “Mrs. Roy A. Rainey, and a group of her Scout guests, at a picnic given by her to the Scouts June 29, 1917.” “Having a swim before dinner.” “Showing the Rainey home in the background.” “Some of the 'picnicers.'” [sic] “Mrs. Rainey's picnic June 29, 1917.”

1917

 “Scoutmaster Robert L. Simpson, Troop #3, Nathan Hale Council, Boy Scouts of America.”

1917

“Cornfield of Kenneth Johnson, Troop #1, Samuel Riddell, Troop #1, and Herbert Johnson, Troop #3.” “Bay Avenue—Huntington” “Cornfield and Potato Patch of Scouts Andrus Valentine, Troop #4, and D.W. Trainer, Jr., Troop # 3, July 25, 1917.” “Beans grown by Scouts Kenneth Johnson, Herbert Johnson, and Samuel Riddell." Page cracked in half.

1917

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