Den mother leading a Cub Scout meeting, October 1948
The Seattle Boy Scout Council was one of the first in the nation to organize Cub Scout programs. By the mid-1920s, organized dens of six to eight boys between the ages of nine and eleven met regularly for various Cub Scouting activities.This October 1948 photo shows Den Mother Juanita Adkinson and the members of her Cub Scout den in the Pack 72 meeting room, probably in Seattle's Queen Anne district.
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