The source for the initial information for this History page came from a compilation by Robert E. Moseley in 1966. This compilation existed as a paper copy until 2000 when it was transcribed into a Web page.
An anecdotal troop history from 1916 to 1945 was gathered by Mr. Moseley. In addition, Mr. Moseley reported on troop activity from 1961 to 1966. Anyone who can supply additional information about the troop history is urged to contact us.
1961 35th Anniversary Dinner
In 1961, Troop 37 held a 35th Anniversary Dinner. The program for that dinner can be found here.
We have in our possesion scans of some old Photographs from back in the early 1900’s. We are not sure of the dates on these, but if you would like to take a look at them, please click the links below. Some of these photos are large and may take a few minutes to download
- 1918 Picture Large
- 1918 Picture Small
- 1912 Picture Large
- 1912 PictureSmall
- Troop 1 Large
- Troop 1 Small
Troop Summer Camp Photos
From Years gone by we have started to collect past summer camp photos. We would appreciate any submissions from Troop 37 alumni’s (please include names of scouts and camp attended if possible) and email it to Troop Historian. Thank you!
900 lb. Wagon Article
Here is an article that is back from the 40’s that was written about our Troop’s Trip into the Catskills with a 900 lb wagon. Click here to read that article.
|W. A. Saltford|
|Dr. E.P. Newton||1910’s|
|Max von der Hayden||1910’s|
|Reverand Frank R. Wilson||1930’s|
|Reverend George F. Wells||1937-?|
|Mr. Edson L. Barlow||?-1943|
|Edgar B. Nixon||1943-1944|
|Paul W Taylor||1944-1947|
As you can see, there are still some holes in our records so if you have information to update this list, please contact us.
BSA Troop 37