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Undated Stratton Mountain Scout Reservation

by @ 5:25 pm on November 26, 2011. Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

Stratton Mountain Scout Reservation was from Fort Orange Council which merged in 1963 to become Fort Orange-Uncle Sam Council. The Camp book shows Stratton Mountain as existing from circa 1952 until 1971.

Undated Stratton Mountain Scout Reservation cut edge

Can anyone date the years of use for this cut edge patch?

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3 Responses to “Undated Stratton Mountain Scout Reservation”

  1. Bryan Murphy says:

    I attended Stratton Mountain Scout Reservation from 1973 to 1975 and was going to attend in 1976, I joined the Coast Guard. The patch you have the picture of is the patch that received. All of my patches as a kid were lost in a fire. And I would love to know a place to buy this one.. The patch had a Shivering of the year attended. For me it was patch the 1973, 1974 and 1975 under it.

    Thank you
    Brayn

  2. Mark Buckbee says:

    I attended SMSR from 66-68 and worked there 69-71. This was the patch used for all of those years. I recall that in the early 60s there was a different patch

  3. Bob Stickle says:

    I attended SMSR from 1969 to 1979. The patch shown started in 1968 -1974,
    Ones earlier than 1968 had a Tenderfoot design rather than the FDL as shown. 1964 had no date whereas 1965 had a Red date, 1966 a Green date and 1966 had ? date (I don’t have this patch).
    There was a round silver myler bordered for the 25th ann’y 1976 was a round 1776-1976 Liberty Bell (Believe National design). In 1977 and 1978 the design was as the one shown, but had a silver mylar border and gray background. The final year’s patch was as shown, but contained the words 1950-1979 in Red.

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