The Girl Scouts have never been what you’d call an underground movement. But the world’s largest display of their memorabilia is tucked into the basement of one home in Denver.
Carol and Ernie Altvater’s collection, with its estimated 8,000-11,000 items, is open for tours by Girl Scout troops. The basement of their home, a converted duplex, is packed with display cases and drawers of meticulously labeled items from all 100 years of Girl Scouts history.
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