There are field-work notebooks and diaries, documents relating to his war service and experiences as a prisoner-of-war, drafts of monographs, journal articles and broadcast talks. There are cuttings of non-scientific articles and reviews of his book "Native Education and Culture Contact in New Guinea". Correspondence includes both business and personal material. His service as Chief Scout Commissioner is reflected in correspondence and photographs. There are also diaries and memoirs kept by his wife Mrs. Doris Groves, who went to Papua and New Guinea as a missionary in 1921
The collection is comprised of: I. Minute book of the Guildford Branch of the Liberal Association of N.S.W., Charles A. Willoughby, Secretary, 1912-1928. II. Material regarding the scouting movement in N.S.W., 1923-1931, including two notebooks and a typescript account of a canoe trip from Goulburn, December 1931. III. Two photographic portraits (of J.E. Willoughby?). IV. Roneoed papers of the Royal Institute of Public Administration Second Annual Conference of the Australian Regional Groups, Canberra, 5-6 November, 1959. V. Scrapbook of newscuttings and poetry, 1930s
Boy Scouts of America Troop 1168 (Middleburg, Va.).
Thomas Balch Library
This collection contains the administrative records of Boy Scout Troop 1168. Included are troop rosters, record books, charters, applications for merit badges and advancement, as well as information about camps. Photographs document activities of the troop, including Camps Goshen and Marriott, Swim-o-rees, and Hike-o-rees. There are 114 photographs in a wide variety of sizes. The large format photographs are housed in a folder with the manuscript collection. Other, small format, photographs are sleeved and housed in a separate box. There are four banners, three of which are made of tanned animal hides, a plaque from Camp Marriott, and three trophies. There is also a folder of material about Willie Davis, a committee chairman of Troop 1168. Davis died in 1970 and the troop named its meeting room in his honor
Photographs, collected/or taken by Alphaeus H. (1891-1984) and Lillian Smith Albert (1896-1964), residents of Hightstown, N.J., of subjects elsewhere in New Jersey, including a photo of a Boy Scout troop at New Jersey State Home for Boys, Jamesburg, the aftermath of floods at Perrineville and Cranbury, N.J., the old mill at Windsor, N.J., garment factory at at Jersey Homesteads (now Roosevelt, N.J.), and the old Allen schoolhouse at Washington Township, N.J.
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his early life in the Judith Basin; the communities of Harlowton, Judith Gap, Martinsdale, and Twodot; small town medical care; his work as a Boy Scout master during the late 1920s; Prohibition; the 1930s Depression; his undergraduate education at Montana State College in Bozeman during the early 1930s; his legal education at Montana State University in Missoula during the mid-1930s; his campaigns for elective office during the 1950s and 1960s; McCarthyism; communism; state and national politics; U.S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler; drug enforcement; and his career as a justice on the Montana Supreme Court
Administrative records, by-laws, certificates, charters, circulars, clippings, histories, lists of members and awards, maps, menus, programs, reports, and vertical files relating to the Corn Belt Council of the Boy Scouts of America and Camp Heffernan, a summer camp used by Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts, Potawatomie Lodge no. 63, and the restoration and documentation of local Shirley Cemetery
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, legal and financial material, writings, scrapbooks, and other papers, relating to Malone's career, professional activities, and personal life. Includes records from court cases about oil, gas, and water, and material about legal conferences, reflecting his career as a lawyer in Roswell, and as vice-president and general counsel of General Motors; and material reflecting professional affiliations, such as presidency of American Bar Association and service on U.S. Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1953-1955), President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, and Roswell's chamber of commerce. Topics covered include oil, gas, and water leases; New Mexico politics and government; and activities of the Methodist Church. Organizations and institutions represented include Boy Scouts of America, Democratic Party (N.M.), New Mexico Oil and Gas Commission, Rotary International, and Southern Methodist University, Dallas, ... Read More
Reference files on Beard genealogy; photographs; original sketches of American illustrator Frank Beard, including 100 illustrations used in Jesse Bowman Young's book What a Boy Saw in the Army; animal and nature illustrations; account book; correspondence; patents; and other papers -- Other family members represented include Dan Beard, a technical illustrator for the Boy Scouts and portrait painter James Carter Beard