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black and white photograph

From the Collection of Orbost & District Historical Society Ruskin Street Orbost Victoria

Description
A black / white photograph of three rows of girls in uniform. The front row of younger girls is sitting on the ground, the middle row is kneeling and the back row standing. There are three older women with the group. The photograph has been taken outside and on the left middle is a car.
Size
H-85mm W-136mm
Object Registration
3169
Keywords
girl-guides-orbost recreation-girls brownies-orbost
Historical information
The front row appear to be Brownies (wearing berets) and the others Guides.
When Made
mid 1930s?
Significance
Established in 1910, Girl Guiding is now one of the largest all female organisations in the world. It is designed for girls, young and not-so-young women to join and enjoy a program of informal learning, opportunities, fun, personal development and friendship. (ref. Girl Guides Victoria). This photograph reflects the history of this group which still operates in Orbost.
Inscriptions & Markings
on back - "Orbost Guides & Brownies"
Last updated
24 Feb 2020 at 2:18PM