Girl Scout Statues
This page is dedicated to the larger Girl Scout statues, generally speaking - they're not going to move anytime soon. They may be outdoors in public areas or smaller items - but on a mostly permanent display - say - in a museum.
This postcard image is titled "Guarding the Girl Scout Emblem." It was a bronze figure designed by Kaspar Albrecht and was in the Waelderhaus, the Girl Scout House in Kohler, WI.
Although called the Girl Scout House, apparently it was more of a community center for the Kohler. Today the building has free tours.
I don't know if the statue remains.
The Lou Henry Hoover Badge can be earned at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum
This diorama of Lou Henry Hoover and Girl Scout baking trefoil-shaped cookies is located at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum in West Branch, Iowa
This statue in Japan celebrated the friendship between the Girl Scouts of Japan and the Girl Scouts of the USA.
Some online photos shows that maybe the statue has been cleaned and the greenish look is gone.
“A Promise to Keep”
Artist: Phyllis Mantik
This bronze statue commemorating
the first Girl Scout cookie sale in 1917
(although she's wearing a decidedly more modern uniform)
was unveiled outside of the
Three Rivers Museum
200 Elgin St., Muskogee, OK
on May 2008
Statue is on a pedestal, 4' tall at most
It seems "Little Brownies" Bakers help too.
Statue of Girl Scout planting a tree.
Artist: Shan Gray.
For those of you who live close to Edmond OK,
it is located at 1501 W. Covell Rd in Mitch Park
behind the softball fields and in front of the pavilion.
Mitch Park is at the intersection of Covell and Kelly streets.
The Girl Scout was stolen and later recovered, repaired and replaced.
The bronze tree was added later.
In honor of the
I have not idea if it's still there.
Juliette Low Bust
(not in a Girl Scout uniform)
Georgia State Capitol
206 Washington St SW
“Lady of Compassion”
Artist: great-great niece, Nina de Burgh
Unveiled: March 25, 2014.
Juliette Gordon Low Girl Scout National Center