About the Archives
The Archives of the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta was established
- to collect, preserve, and display objects of a historical nature relating to Girl Scouting and its members in the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta Area;
- to promote interest in and disseminate information about the history of Girl Scouting; and
- to make this history available to Girl Scouts and the community by serving as a resource for historical information.
The committee also conducts oral interviews with former and current Girl Scouts, hosts tours of the archives, and visits troops with stories of Girl Scout yesteryear and researches national and council Girl Scout history to preserve and share the cherished Girl Scout past.
The Archives is staffed by Girl Scout volunteers (older girls and adults) throughout the council area who love Girl Scout history and want to preserve it. The committee meets every third Sunday from 1:30 – 3:30 pm, at the Mableton Service Center. For more information about the Archives please email GirlScoutArchivesAtlanta@gmail.com. You can also reach us at 770-702-9100 or toll-free at 1-800- 771-4026.