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Girl Guides: Aspects of a Fascinating History
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Old Girl Guide Badges

Very old Girl Guide badges on uniform sleeve. This sleeve was removed from its uniform so the owner could save her badges. They are the very first badges produced in 1910; if you look really carefully – you may be able to work out how they were produced…  can you match the badge with its name?  Choose from Cook, Cyclist, Dairymaid, Domestic Service, Embroidery, Entertainer, Horsewoman, Interpreter, Knitter, Laundress, Minstrel, Naturalist, Needlewoman, Poultry Farmer, Scribe and Thrift (for Rangers).­­.  


Image © Girlguiding Norfolk County Archive Resource Centre (ARC)