RepositoryGirl Scouts of the USA Collection and Archive, Cultural & Property Assets Department 420 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10018
Dateafter 1913 (Inclusive date(s))
Administrative/Biographical History ElementProficiency badges were introduced to Girl Scouting in 1913 and continue to be earned by Girl Scouts today. As part of Girl Scout program, badges enabled girls to learn sets of skills that ranged from domestic life and health, to the arts and sciences, to community and citizenship. To earn a badge, a Girl Scout must fulfill a number of requirements to show her proficiency in the subject matter or skill.
Scope and ContentOfficial Girl Scout uniforms and clothing, badges, pins, patches, and other official insignia from 1913 to the present.