Tag: Juliette Gordon Low

  • 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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Duane Stabler
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South Dakota has been one of America’s favorite vacation destinations since Henry Ford built the second Model-T. It is simply a wonderful place to go by car. The list of favorite attractions is long, but on that list is the one and only Mitchell Corn Palace. It may seem strange to visit a building and not go inside, but it happens a half-million times each year. People from across the country go to Mitchel to look at corncobs nailed to a wall.

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