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Council Junior Leader Training Neckerchiefs

  1960
Philmont Contingent
   1960
Golden Jubilee
       
  Silk screened on heavy cotton. This neckerchief is probably the first piece of Council JLT insignia designed for participants representing the Council at Philmont.
Each neckerchief was issued with the official
National issue 50th Anniversary metal neckerchief slide.

  Silk screened on cotton.
Believed to have been used for a JLT function
at the Council Jubilee Camporee held at
UCLA on July 23-24, 1960.



   
   
 
   1961 Staff
 
Program Changes in 1961     

For the first time, all participants and nominees for Junior Leader Training would attend a 7-day training session at Camp Wolverton. This week-long session would be preceded by a weekend gathering at Camp Josepho where nominees would be organized into patrols by district. These patrols were to serve as faculty for future district training events. In addition, the patrol leaders and their assistants would serve as the district's representatives at Philmont.


      A new neckerchief for the Council Junior Leader Training program was designed that included the Wolverton Bear along with the Philmont PS brand.
   1961 Staff neckerchief
  unavailable

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1961 
Type A

1961
Type B

 

 Type A is silk screened on dark yellow cotton

Type B is silk screened on yellow cotton
   

 
   


 1962

1962 Staff

   

silk screened on cotton

silk screened on cotton
   

 
   

  1963
  1963 Staff
       
  silk screened on cotton
   silk screened on cotton
   

 
   

 
  1964
  1964 Staff
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unavailable

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   silk screened on cotton, plain hemmed border
  silk screened on cotton, plain hemmed border
 


 
   

Mid 1960's JLIT Staff







Junior Leader Instructor Training Staff patch sewn to
  sateen neckerchief. Exact purpose unknown but may have been used for JLIT Staff at Camp Wolverton
 


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