Powell River Girl Guide fonds: -- 1922 – 1967. – 6cm of textual material, 11 photographs.

The First Powell River Girl Guide company was started in 1922 under the auspices of St Paul’s Anglican Church. The Guides were very active and in the early years joined with the Vancouver Island guides for camping expeditions. They also visited Roberts Creek, Gibsons and Port Mellon.

The fonds consists of minutes, history, booklet, scrap books and notes.

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Series description:

1.
Minutes: -- 1922-1923, 1947-1952. – 2cm of textual records

The series consists of two minute books and loose minutes.

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2.
Booklet. - - 1966- - . .5cm of textual records

The series consists of a poem written by the participants at Camp Kolus on Texada Island.

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3.
History. - - 1965. - - .5cm of textual records

The series consists of a handwritten/typed history of the Powell River guiding movement.

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4.
Scrap Books: 1922- 1923, 1962-1967. – 2cm of textual records.

The series consists of three scrap books.

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5.
Photographs. - - 1922-1925, 1950. - -11 photographs.

The series includes the Girl Guides and Brownies groups in Powell River.

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