Girl Scouts practice archery at Camp Sunset Lake, Portage County, Wisconsin, ca. 1932.
And a drumroll please for our top post of the year! You all dug this one for the tough-chick, Hunger Games-esque vibe of these 1930s Girl Scout archers. A reblog from the great coolchicksfromhistory scored us some extra views.
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gracefree said: If there’s one thing I’ve almost always wanted to learn….It’s archery. (I mean, all badasses know how to shoot, right?)
lindenn said: if we shot arrows, I’d have been a girl scout
birdwings said: I went to girl scout summer camp during my middle school years, and the one time we did archery, I hated it and proceeded to (purposely) suck at it. Wish I knew how to shoot a flaming arrow now. Thanks, Katniss.
bloolips said: girl scouts in the 1930s = badass
al3ayla said: Why wasn’t my girl scout troop this awesome?!