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Archive for posts by Bill Mulrenin.

Ten Mile River Scout Museum 2017 Facelift

by @ Monday, June 12th, 2017. Filed under Uncategorized

Still a work in progress, but the interior of the Ten Mile River Scount Museum is getting a long overdue facelift. Have a look and better yet join us for the 90th Anniversary Celebration at TMR this August.

Camp Iphetonga 1952 Staff Neckerchief

by @ Monday, April 3rd, 2017. Tags:
Filed under Camp Ihpetonga, Ten Mile River pre-1965

Got this one back in 2016, but realized I had not posted an image. It allowed me to check off one of my TMR Staff Neckerchief needs. Sometimes months go by without seeing one, but this is the several recent acquisitions. Camp Ihpetonga, was part of the Brooklyn Scout Camps at Ten Mile River Scout […]

Camp Stillwaters 1960 Staff Neckerchief

by @ Friday, March 31st, 2017. Tags:
Filed under Camp Stillwaters

1959 was really the end of the era of individual Camp Staff neckerchiefs, there were still several years where uniform staff neckerchiefs were worn throughout the reservation. There were 13 neckerchiefs in the series which included twelve Operating Camps and Headquarters. In 1960 there was Green and Blue Tartan, in 1961 the same patch was […]

Camp Iphetonga 1950 Staff Neckerchief

by @ Tuesday, March 28th, 2017. Tags:
Filed under Camp Ihpetonga, Ten Mile River pre-1965

Had this one for over a year now, but realized I had not posted an image. It allowed me to check off one of my TMR Staff Neckerchief needs. Sometimes months go by without seeing one, but this is the several recent acquisitions. Camp Ihpetonga, was part of the Brooklyn Scout Camps at Ten Mile […]

Camp Ranachqua RAA Felt

by @ Saturday, March 25th, 2017. Filed under Camp Ranachqua

A few weeks back, I had written about a couple of the Ranachqua Camper Patches. Here is another felt from the same era. Bronx Scouts would attend Camp Ranachqua. After 1937 all of the borough awards were replace with the TMR Scout Program. I believe the “RAA” stands for Ranachqua Aquatic Aide. Can anyone confirm […]

Ten Mile River Light Blue Staff Neckerchief

by @ Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017. Filed under Ten Mile River - Modern

Not sure the exact era for this Staff neckerchief, would say it is circa 1978-1983. Can anyone provide an exact date for it? This is one of the last staff neckerchiefs produced by TMR.

Camp Aquehonga 2012 Staff Pocket Patch

by @ Sunday, March 19th, 2017. Tags:
Filed under Camp Aquehonga

I had previously written about the 2012 Camp Aquehonga Pocket Patch, there was also a Staff issue of the same design. Thanks to Ian Pinnavaia for this one. Anyone have any of the recent Aquehonga staff patches for trade or sale?

Ten Mile River Scout Camps 50th Anniversary Orange Jacket Patch 1977

by @ Thursday, March 16th, 2017. Tags: ,
Filed under Ten Mile River - Modern

TMR is celebrating its 90th Anniversary this summer, here is another jacket patch from 1977 for the 50th Anniversary. This was one of several jacket patches issued to commemorate the Anniversary, I had previously posted the yellow twill version. There is also another version of the orange background patch where the feathers on the coup […]

Ten Mile River Lander’s Yellow and Red Neckerchief

by @ Monday, March 13th, 2017. Tags:
Filed under Not TMR

Bob Landers, and prior to that Nick Dales is a canoe livery on the Delaware River near Ten Mile River Scout Camps. This is a private company providing canoe rentals to groups and individuals in addition to many Scout groups. Nick Dale as some of you may know was active in GNYC and Brooklyn Council […]

TMR Lander’s Snake Neckerchief?

by @ Friday, March 10th, 2017. Tags:
Filed under Not TMR

Bob Landers, and prior to that Nick Dales, is a canoe livery on the Delaware River near Ten Mile River Scout Camps. This is a private company providing canoe rentals to groups and individuals in addition to many Scout groups. Nick Dale as some of you may know was active in GNYC and Brooklyn Council […]

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