Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum
The Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum is one of the world's best museums dedicated to scouting. It was in founded in 1969 by Max Silber (1911-2004), who was involved with scouting for most of his life. He served as scoutmaster in Manchester and Nashua, New Hampshire, and was on many committees as an adult. He worked diligently to promote scouting in New England, the country and the world. The museum's library, which contains periodicals, yearbooks and non-fiction books and other items, is named in his honor. The museum is located in the Camp Carpenter dining hall.
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