Scouting, Volume 26, Number 1, January 1938 Page: 1
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THE WHITE HOUSE
December 15, 1937
TO THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA:
Membership in the Boy Scouts is one of
the most important ways in which a boy may develop
desirable traits of character and personality. The
Boy Scout practices citizenship and secures valuable
information in an interesting way - in a way that
combines fun and enthusiasm for worthwhile work.
At this Christmas season I want to extend to the Boy
Scouts of America and to the individual members of
that organization throughout the United States con-
gratulations on the completion of another splendid
year of work and best wishes for continuance of their
success during the New Year.
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