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Camp Fire Girls - The program from 1912 until around 1975 when it went co-ed. Special emphasis on identifying all those symbols!
Young Homemaker of the Year - The brief annual national contest for members of the Girls Clubs of America, 1952-1962
Girls Clubs of America - Officially started in 1945 when it merged several girl groups, it continues today as Girls Inc.
Homemaker of Tomorrow - Betty Crocker of General Mills Corp. national scholarship contest, 1955-1977
Girl Home-Makers of America - Daughters of the American Revolution group aimed to help immigrant girl children be better Americans.
Future Homemakers of America/New Homemakers of America - Consolidating multiple "Homemaker" clubs in high schools throughout the nation.
Bee-Hive Girls - Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints girls' program
Oriole Girls - Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints girls' program
Moentita Girls -Little sister group for the Bethany Girls
Bethany Girls - Methodist Church girls club
Junior Birdmen of America - Aviation Mania swept the country in the 1930s, this club was a major one, 1934-1939
Boys Clubs Of America - Now called Boys and Girls Club, this is a look back at vintage BCA
Liberty Bell Bird Club - magazine club, not limited to children
Junior Audubon Clubs - National Audubon Society's youth club, most often run through schools.
Boy Rangers Of America - Before there were Cub Scouts
Open Road Pioneers - magazine club, loosely run by the Open Road for Boys magazine
YMCA Comrades and Pioneers - an early scouting-type program for boys by the YMCA
YMCA Pioneers - the next attempt for a scouting-type program for boys by the YMCA
YMCA Friendly Indians - the junior group for the Pioneers and Comrades
YMCA Indian Guide Programs - a look at the patches, handbooks and headbands of the Y-Guide, Y-Princess, Y-Maidens, Y-Braves and Y-Papoose programs
Y-Teens - What the Girl Reserves morphed into in 1946
Junior American Citizens - Daughters of the American Revolution citizenship program
Sunbrite Junior Nurse Corps - A national radio program that encouraged girls to form their own neighborhood corps and be healthy.
Girls' Club Of The Ladies Home Journal - magazine club, selling subscriptions - remembered mostly for the swastika shaped membership pin (prior to the rise of Nazism)
Junior Gardens of America - magazine club, Better Homes and Gardens, run through the monthly magazine
Future Farmers of America - a mostly pictorial look at Future Farmers of America and the New Farmers of America
National Farm Youth Foundation - Henry Ford's effort to improve farming methods through increased education in scientific methods 1940-1942
Victory Farm Volunteers - Sending kids out to the farm during the summers of World War II to help harvest the crops
Victory Boys and Girls - Raising pennies and nickels for the war effort 1917-1919
High School Victory Corps - Giving High School kids an introduction to the mechanics of war during World War II
Girls' National Honor Guard - World War I girls club
Girls' Friendly Society - a look back at the Episcopalian's version of a girls club
Rivers Club - long forgotten
Modern Health Crusaders - bringing basic health care education to World War I era school children
American Youth Hostels - where a room for a night only cost 25 cents in 1936
Kadets of America - Learning military drill
Visit my other website: Vintage Girl Scout Online Museum - explore indepth the badges, pins, uniforms and so much more from over 100 years of Girl Scouting!