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Leaders of Boy Scout National Jamboree Washington D.C. June 30. Upon the shoulders of these men rests the responsibility of caring for the 30,000 Boy Scouts from all parts of the world now encamped in the Capitol for the National Jamboree. In the photograph, left to right: Daniel T. McMannus, Representative of the Canadian Boy Scouts; E.S. Martin, Director of Public Information; E.U. Goodman, National Director of Programs; Walter W. Head, national President; Dr. James E. West, Chief Scout Executive and founder of the U.S. Boy Scouts; Arthur A. Schuck, National Director of Operations; and Harold F. Pote, National Director of Personnel. 6/30/37

Leaders of Boy Scout National Jamboree Washington D.C. June 30. Upon the shoulders of these men rests the responsibility of caring for the 30,000 Boy Scouts from all parts of the world now encamped in the Capitol for the National Jamboree. In the photograph, left to right: Daniel T. McMannus, Representative of the Canadian Boy Scouts; E.S. Martin, Director of Public Information; E.U. Goodman, National Director of Programs; Walter W. Head, national President; Dr. James E. West, Chief Scout Executive and founder of the U.S. Boy Scouts; Arthur A. Schuck, National Director of Operations; and Harold F. Pote, National Director of Personnel. 6/30/37

 
 

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