Notice the Jamboree Patch above the Right Chest Pocket.
Bronxville Valley Council, World Jamboree group at 1937
Branham - John Morse - Leader Henry Craine - Trischett - Kingsley
Hebner - Richards - Spence - Dyruff - Pott - Tattershall -
Harrison - Robt.
Part of the Scout group at the world Jamboree in 1937 Holland.
A Letter that is posted on the wall in the Bronxville Scout Cabin, next to this picture reads.
London W 1
Thursday, August 19, 1937
Dear Mr. Fisher,
Since leaving Bronxville we have visited many countries, France, Switzerland, Germany, Holland, Belgium and now England, but in no country have we experienced more hospitality and had a better time than with you in Bronxville.
We cannot easily thank you for the friendliness and hospitality which you showed us, but we send you this note as a token that we have not forgotten it. Each and every one of us reserves a separate place for Bronxville in his Jamboree memories and hopes that he will some day have the opportunity of thanking you personally. Please express our appreciation to the manager of the Gramatan Hotel and the Tap Restaurant, and also to the Athletics Director of your High School for the cordialities shown us by them
Lamer Field Jr.
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