Time Magazine Photo Essay: The Boy Scouts of America Turns 100

Posted on 09 February 2010 by Dan


Time Magazine’s website contains a photo essay in honor of the Boy Scouts of America’s 100th Anniversary.

Photos: The Boy Scouts of America Turns 100
A century after its inception, one of the largest youth organizations maintains its relevance despite the challenge of membership decline

The Photo Essay contains 12 photos ranging from the beginnings to present day and includes pieces of information about the Scouting program.

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    […] Time Magazine Honors Scouting in Pictures. From Scouting News. Time magazine has a nice display of Scouting’s 100th anniversary captured in 12 pictures throughout the movement. The images are nice representations of Scouting and the stories portray Scouting as an organization of value. I would have liked to see more than 12 pictures; it just seems that 100 years of Scouting might have a deeper archive of images; after all the latest blizzard in Washington DC has 10 pictures and it last a few days. […]

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