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    The 1960s Girl Scouts.

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    • Ann Norwalk

      Vintage Girl Scouts uniform catalog. I wore the same brownie uniform, and the girlscout uniform next to it. My mom saved my sash, I still have it.

    • Lisa Vierra-Moore

      Vintage girl scouts uniforms. These are the Brownie and Junior Scout uniforms that I wore. By the time I became a Cadette in 1972, they were changing the uniforms, so I had the new style. I always liked the old style better. They were so neat and tailored.

    • Maggie Karner

      This was the Brownie and Intermediate Girl Scout uniform I remember wearing...I never got past the first two.

    • PJR18

      Girl Scout uniforms I remember standing on a chair to "fly up" from brownie to girl scout.

    • Renee smith

      Vintage Girl Scouts uniform catalog. I was a Brownie, then an Intermediate Girl Scout.

    • Debbie Munroe Bacorn

      Girl Scouts in the 1960's - 1970's I still have my brownie and GS stuff!

    • Kay Rew

      Girl Scout Uniforms ~ Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior 40S, 50S AND 60S.

    • Lynn Goley

      Brownie and Girl Scout Uniforms from the 60's. I remember!

    • Carol Sorrells

      Childhood Memories

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