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  1. Big Dale Being a MB counselor at this time is not an option. I have a large collection of tools including the basic starter sets and then possibly up 100 in various background and shading tools and some design stamps. There are also knives and edging tools. I also have a large number of the plastic rub on pattern sheets and several books and magazine with patterns. I think there is also some blank leather pieces. Sorry not more specific, the box is packed up in the garage - I can look through it if anyone is really interested.
  2. Just curious. Does anyone do leather carving as opposed to just using design stamps. At various times in my life I was into making belts, purses, billfolds, coin cases etc. And all were done by tracing the design and then cutting the edges and using tools to shape the design. I am cleaning out and have found a large number of tools and patterns but don't know anyone interest is doing this style of leather work.
  3. If you like to give and/give gifts or not they seem to collect us. After ....... years in scouting a large number have collected me (and some are my husbands) Now is the time to downsize, but what do I do with these? Have donated most of the patches and neckers to a group that sells them to raise money for camperships, They can't use the other items. And along with my personal items I have boxes of left over items from a business we once had that focused on American wildlife - can you guess what animals we featured? Is there a market anywhere for these items? Thanks for the
  4. Any materials museum worthy have already been donated. These are course syllabuses from the 80's and 90's. There is a Boy Scout round table program guide that has a lot of hand outs.
  5. Thank you for your replies, Magazines, not old enough to be of historical value. Some articles might be worth cutting out but with so much now accessible online no one want to go to the work. The other materials are course syllabuses from the 80's and 90's. Again so much has changed/updated and available on line that I haven't found anyone interested.
  6. What is the time line on Scouting materials? Is there any need to continue to keep old training materials, books, copies, posters ? Some going back 30 years (why have we kept them this long)? Any one interested in a copy of an original "Cornerstone" Boy Scout leader training? There materials for all levels from Tiger through Wood Badge. Next step is recycling if there is no need for them. Scouter and Boys Life mags are tied up ready to go. Patches and trinkets are in the process of finding homes. Thanks for feedback.
  7. Is there any purpose in keeping old cub and boy scout training materials - books and handouts etc. There is everything from Wood Badge on down. Including old cubsout and boyscout basic leader training. I see various books for commissions, committee members, Webelos and even original Tiger Cub leader. You the idea there is close 100 years of combined collections. If no need for them - off they go to recycling as we need the space. Can anyone help? I will give lists on request and will send for the cost of shipping.
  8. Does anyone still use POW WOW BOOKS? I just found another bunch that I can send for the cost of shipping. Most are from GNYC and Hawk Mountain but I see other areas in the pile. I hope to find homes for these before they go to the landfill. What do you do with older training materials and books? Thanks, C
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