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Lowlands, the first Girl Scout campsite, is purchased by Juliette Low.
July 23-28, 1920
The first International Conference of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts is held in Oxford, England.
July 31, 1932
Our Chalet in Adelboden, Switzerland—the first world center established by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS)—is formally opened by Lord and Lady Baden-Powell. Our Chalet is a gift to WAGGGS from Helen Storrow of Boston, Mass.
Worlds to Explore: Handbook for Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts is published. Program activities for Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts are newly divided into five broad interest areas known as Worlds.
Girl Scouts of the USA relocates its national headquarters from 830 Third Avenue (which it had occupied since November 1957) to its current location at 420 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.