First Kimberley Scout Troops: 0162.0025

First Kimberley Scout Troops

First Kimberley Troop

Camp Busk 1938


Assuming read left to right:


Back row:


Barney Allen,   Jim Kelly,   Ralph Whebell,   Joe Turner,   Jim Picthall,   Bill Armstrong,

George Chesham,   Jim Leith


Middle row:


Herb Lindquist,   Jack Collins,   Melvin Smally Crum,   Edmond Harding,   Len Hystead,

Art McLeod,   Gordon McKenzie,   unknown


Front row:


Gordon Adlard,   George Spud Smith,   Eddie Mason,   Bert Welshie James,

Sammy Riva,   Ted Richardson,   Billy Leith,   Ken McLean,   Fred Miles,

Dick Blackwell

0162.0025: First Kimberley Scout Troops

The First Kimberley Scout Troop, staves at the ready, at Camp Busk. See text for name list.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1939
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (0162)


scouts uniform walking stick group


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People arrow Masonarrow
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