A troop of Camp Fire Girls dressed in Native American costume took part in the Grandview Parent Teacher Association (PTA) meeting at the Willits H. Sawyer residence at 1499 Roxbury Road in Arlington, Ohio on Wednesday, May 15, 1918. Camp Fire Girls was created as the sister organization to the Boy Scouts of America.
Camp Fire Girls, 1918
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