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Washburn Boy Scout Troop, Washburn, N.D.
Washburn Boy Scout Troop, Washburn, N.D.
TitleWashburn Boy Scout Troop, Washburn, N.D.
Date of Original1915?
CreatorDeGraff, William H.
Creator RolePhotographer
DescriptionMembers of the Boy Scout troop pose for this photograph. All are dressed in uniform. The front row of young men kneel down while the back row stand. The photograph was taken outside and snow can be seen on the ground.
General SubjectPeople
Subject (LCTGM)Boys
Youth organizations
Personal NameBuckholtz, Richard
Wahl, Roy
Knudtson, Carl
Westmiller, Roy
Mann, Lewis J.
Peterson, Albert
Rice, Clausen
Lindell, Gustof A
Indseth, Roy
King, Donald
Ekstrom, Alfred
Lathrop, Asa
Lorentsen, Henry
Pengelley, J.C.
Broekel, Theadore
Ferguson Harold
Sattler, Reinhold
Whitlock, James
Charlebois, Erastus
Johnson, Hugh
Schweizer, Walter
Nelson, Archie
Rice, Marvin
Anderson, Howard
Anderson, Russell
Holtan, Howard
Organization NameBoy Scouts of America
LocationWashburn (N.D.)
Item NumberMC-19
Format of OriginalPhotographic prints
Dimensions of Original12 x 17 cm.
Transcription"Washburn Boy Scout troop. 1st Boy Scout troop in ND"--Handwritten on front of supplementary page.
"Standing left to right: Richard Buckhotz, Roy Wahl, Carl Knudtson, Roy Westmiller, Lewis J. Mann, Albert Peterson, Clausen Rice, Gustof, A. Lindell, Roy Indseth, Donald King, Alfred Ekstrom, Asa Lathrop, Henry Lorentzen, Scout Master, J.C. Pengelley"
"Kneeling left to right: Theadore Broekel, Harold Ferguson, Reinhold Sattler, James Whitlock, Erastus Charlesbois, Hugh Johnson, Walter Schweizer, Archie Nelson, Marvin Rice, Howard Anderson, Russell Anderson, Howard Holtan."
"The troop was organized in 1915 and is believed to be the first troop organized in the state. Rev. Pengelley as a boy in England was a scout under Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts in England. W.D. Boyce was instrumental in organizing the Boy Scout of American which was uncorporated in the District of Columbia. Feb. 8, 1910"--Typed on supplementary page.
NotesTitle created by staff.
Repository InstitutionMcLean County Historical Society
Credit LineMcLean County Historical Society (MC-19)
Rights ManagementCopyright status unknown.
Ordering InformationMcLean County Historical Society Attn: Vivian Merkel, Sec./Curator P.O. Box 124 Washburn, N.D. 58577 (701 462-3744
GrantNHPRC SNAP Grant 2008-2009, NAR08-RC-10021-08
Digital IDdmMC19
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