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  • Daisy Gordon, America’s First Girl Scout

    Daisy Gordon, America’s First Girl Scout

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    A time-honored American institution, the Girl Scouts, has a tradition of trust, loyalty, service, and courtesy. Founded in 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low, millions of young girls learned the attributes of good citizenship as members. Girl Scout postcards are highly collectible. Postcard History is proud to share some that we have found.

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Charles Dickens and Raphael Tuck, a match made in heaven? Well, perchance, no, but when the author wrote his novels, he had no idea that a man named Tuck would also make a fortune from the tales he invented. The same was true in reverse, when the Tuck company needed subjects for their postcards, they turned to an author who died forty years before.

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