Artifact Walls - Girl Scouts 1912-2012
The museum celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts with this special case highlighting the organization's history from its early years to today through uniforms, camping, community activities, and more.
Visit the links on this page to learn more about Smithsonian exhibitions, events, and other resources relating to the anniversary.
About the artifact walls
Artifact walls, consisting of 275 linear feet of glass-fronted cases lining the first and second floor center core, highlight the depth and breadth of the collections and convey that the Museum collects, studies and exhibits objects from our nation's rich and diverse history. The display is part of the special cases within the museum’s Artifact Walls that highlight anniversaries, new acquisitions to the collections and research findings.