Founded about 30 years ago by a couple of well known NH scouters; Max Silber and Lawrence Lee, this place is a scouting mecca.
Their display covers all aspects of the Boy Scout movement from its' founder Lord Baden-Powell in 1910 to the program as it is currently enjoyed.
There are displays of memorabilia from all decades including: the jamborees, Order of the Arrow, Scouts on Stamps, uniforms and so much more.
There is also an extensive scouting library which can e used for historical research.
One of the highlights is a display of the scouting history of Mr. Silber who was recognized with scouting's highest awards. Also is a display of the many belt buckles he designed for local, national and world scouting events.
If you have ever been a scout or adult scouter or are one now, you have to stop by this museum which is located in a scout camp; Camp Carpenter in Manchester, NH.
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