Scouting, Volume 17, Number 7, July 1929 Page: 225
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WILLIAM D. BOYCE
MRS. W. D. BOYCE,
On behalf of more than four million boys who have had the benefits of Scout Training, we extend to you our deep sympathy in
your bereavement. Through William D. Boyce's perception and appreciation of the ability of Scouting to imbue the boyhood of the
Nation with the spirit of serv.c^, caurage, gentleness, good manners and responsible citizenship, the Boy Scout Movement was brought
to America and organized in behalf of the boyhood of this country. He was the original incorporator and materially helped to finance
the Movement after turning it over to the present organization. The entire American nation owes Mr. Boyce a debt of gratitude, and
the citizens of the future will be better prepared to serve their country because of his outstanding Good Turn.
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
WALTER W. HEAD, President
JAMES E. WEST, Chief Scout Executive
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