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Event Neckerchief Slides & Objects

1930's
Award Slide




Large enameled wood applique glued to a 3" Masonite disc. Rectangular wooden loop glued to back.
Thought to have been issued as an individual competition award at 1930's Crescent Bay Camporals or Pow Wows.




 
1953
Camporal Button
 
1953
Douglas Slide
    1953
Douglas Slide-Green

  1953
Douglas Slide-Red






Pin button.

 

 
        
 

      
 
Awarded to participants at the Council Camporal held at Reseda Park.
 
Milled Aluminum neckerchief slide. Manufactured at Douglas Aircraft Co.
 
    Milled Aluminum with paint.
Scouts individually customized their Douglas Slides.
  Milled Aluminum with paint.
Given as souvenirs by Council President, Donald Douglas Jr.

    1953
National Jamboree Slide
               1950's
Douglas Press Badge
   
         
    Hand lettered on a small abalone shell.
It was common practice for Jamboree contingent members to make "swapping items" that had a local connection to where they were from. In the early 1950's, abalone were common off the beaches of Southern California.
           Plastic laminated clip badge. Crescent Bay Area Council President, Donald Douglas Jr. regularly arranged tours of his airplane manufacturing facility. These badges were given as Identification when touring the plant.    

 

1960
Jubilee Camporee
Neckerchief Slide

1960
Jubilee Camporee
Green Pendant

1960
Jubilee Camporee
  Purple Pendant


Molded plastic by Torchy Plastics.
Issued to participants at the Crescent Bay Area Council Jubilee Camporee
held at U.C.L.A.


1960  
50th Anniversary Slide

       

Imprinted leather with applied sequoia cone. Used at the Jubilee Camporee held at UCLA. Purpose of different colors is unknown.


       
Sequoia cones were used at Camp Wolverton but a connection between these tags and the Camp has not been established.
see more sequoia cone objects



Cloisonne on stamped brass.
National issue slide awarded to
1960 JLT contingent to Philmont
along with special neckerchief





              


1967
  World Jamboree Slide
Crescent Bay Council Contingent




Molded plastic by Torchy Plastics.
This slide was worn by all World Jamboree contingent members from Councils in Region XII,
including Crescent Bay Council.


Round-Up Photo >
 September 1967, p.1

 
       


   
  1969
  National Jamboree Slide
Crescent Bay Council Contingent
   1971
Conservation Camporee
Ecol-O-Ree Slide-White
    1971
Conservation Camporee 
Ecol-O-Ree Slide-Blue
 
   
    
 
 
       
  Molded plastic by Torchy Plastics.
This slide was worn by all National Jamboree contingent members from Councils in Region XII, including Crescent Bay Council.



 
    Made by Camp Sales Co.
The 1971 event was originally called Conservation Camporee. The name "Ecol-O-Ree" was adopted late in the going when it was used on the design for the patch.

 
        Camp Sales Co. owner, Glen Gordon, was a prominent organizer of the Ecol-O-Ree and and it is thought these slides were made as promotional items. They may have also been used as awards for leaders. The purpose of the different colors is unknown.    


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