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Other Group Documents

Group photo of training camp in 1928 featuring LJKLJK at training camp 1928

Excerpts from the 'My Record Book' featuring original Law and Promise and Decorations and RanksMy Record Book - selected pages

Celebrating 25 years of Scouting

1946 Silver Jubilee Handbook featuring Group Roll, letter from Dep Chief Scout Sir Percy Everett and the story of the first 25 years1946 Silver Jubilee handbook

Handmade book with thank you message to LJK for 25 years with The Diehards, featuring every members signatureLJK - thank you from the group first 25 yrs

Letter from Duke of Gloucester and Chief Scout Lord Rowallan's note following their Mansergh visit December 1949Letter from Duke of Glocs and Chief Scout note - Mansergh visit 1949

18th March 1954 edition of 'The Scout' featuring article from John SweetThe Scout 18-Mar-1954

Excerpts from the St Marylebone Souvenir Handbook 1957 featuring 8th and 5th detailsSouvenir Handbook 1957

Celebrating 50 years of Scouting

World Scout Jamboree Golden Jubilee 1957 - celebrating 50 years of ScoutingWSJ - 1957 Programme insert - 50 Yrs of Scouting

World Scout Jamboree Golden Jubilee 1957 Sutton Park - Programme CoverWSJ - 1957 Sutton Park Programme cover

Report on the Special Jamboree event 'JIM' in 1957 by Phil PeelingJIM 1957

BP memorial fund certificate - Diehards founder member, 1958 donation of £100BP memorial fund - Diehards founder member 1958

The 'Patrol' series, Scout Cook Book from 19591959 Scout Cook Book

1971 Golden Jubilee Handbook by LJK featuring Group Roll, letter from Chief Scout Charles Maclean and the story of first 50 years1971 Golden Jubilee Handbook by LJK

Scout Centenary 2007
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Scout Centenary 2007 First Day Stamp cover

Contact sheet of photos of Kit Malthouse visit to the Mansergh 2011Diehards Kit Malthouse visit

8th St Marylebone Scouts' distinctive neckerchief
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