The Scout Movement
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234 p., index, excellent b&w photographs. The author of Baden-Powell wrote this book with the "encouragement" of the Committee of the Council of the Boy Scouts Association, and with two purposes in mind: to provide a history of scouting at its forty-year mark, and "to explain to all interested in the education and training of boys the principles and methods on which Baden-Powell based his work." Pretty green cloth hard cover, red and gilt titles, no dust jacket; library call numbers on spine, perforated library stamp and stamped "withdrawn" notice on back of title page; library stamp on last page; thin strip of paper residue where check-out slip had been attached. Otherwise, very clean, crisp, and firm. Bookseller Inventory # 844-BL10
Title: The Scout Movement
Publisher: London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1950
Publication Date: 1950
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