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First African American girl scout, March 1947

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Title:First African American girl scout, March 1947

Glady Givens, the first African American girl scout. From left to right: Glady Givens, Troop 203, Vanport; Mrs. J.D. Donis, Troop 89 Leader; Beryl Lee, Troop 5, Holt Chinese Presbyterian Mission; Pat Landbury, Troop 59, marine ship "Yankee Clipper". An Urban League photo.

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Local identification number: File 113-A

Subjects:Givens, Glady | African Americans--Oregon--Portland | African American girls--Oregon--Portland | Girls--Oregon--Portland | Portland (Or.)--Race relations--History--20th century | Girl Scouts--Oregon--Portland | Race relations | Girl Scouts of the United States of America | United States, Oregon, Multnomah County, Portland, 45.5234515, -122.6762071 | Multnomah County (Or.)
Collection:Columbia River Basin Ethnic History Project
Institution:Washington State University's Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Contributors:Oregon Historical Society
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