Girl’s Camp Fire Ceremonial Gown and Insignia, 1920s. *This gown was worn by a girl called Sybil Vincent. Sybil and her friends from Croydon High School formed a Camp Fire group called Camp Keema, meaning 'the camp which faces the wind'. They had enjoyed reading Elsie J. Oxenham's Camp Keema series of books, which were about a group of Camp Fire girls, and wanted to use the same name.
From a 4th grade Bluebird, 'flying up' to be a Campfire Girl
In the years following the Great Depression, Camp Fire Girls sold doughnuts to raise money. This photo, taken in the 1930s