Interview with William H. Golden, scout master
Side A Testing [00:00]; Introduction [00:08]; Early life and arrival in Oakland, California in 1929 [00:25]; American Legion [01:26]; Appointed head of Boy Scout troop [03:18]; Participation of parents in Boy Scouts [03:25]; Infomart at Oakland Auditorium [04:05]; First aid and Red Cross instructor [05:00]; Red Cross and CCC [05:39]; Teaching first aid at Camp San Pablo Dam [06:02]; Camp Minnewawa in San Diego [06:28]; Spike Camp [07:15]; First time using first aid when son broke his arm [07:53]; Assistant district commissioner of Boy Scout troops [09:25]; Scouting office on 14th St. in Oakland [10:42]; Teaching scouts public health and first aid [11:43]; Phases of scouting [14:18]; Requirements for public health merit badge [14:45]; Merit badge instructor [16:50]; Age groups and phases of boy scouts [17:16]; Changes in the boy scout book [19:50]; Camping with the Boy Scouts [22:05]; Boy Scouts uniform [23:46]; Boy Scouts camps at Joaquin Miller Park, Diamond Oak Camp, and Los Mochos [?] [24:14]; Projects at Boy Scout camp [27:03]; Medical examinations [28:49]; Size of Boy Scout troops [29:12]; Boy Scout troop at North Oakland Baptist Church [31:00]; Integrated Boy Scout troops [32:18]; Cub scouts [32:53]; Pack meetings [33:54]; Beginning of Scout-O-Rama [34:23]; Describing photograph of scouting at Naval Supply Depot and coffee plant [35:52]; Wendell Henry, commissioner of North and West Oakland scouts [38:58]; Adult scouts uniform [39:45]; Describing photograph of scouts building a fire [41:14]; Arrowhead award [42:53] Side B Leadership training meetings [00:00]; Outstanding service award [00:48]; Boy Scouts of America Silver Beaver award [02:36]; Order of the Arrow award [06:55]; Royal Towns‚Äô black scout troop at Taylor Memorial Church in 1935 [09:00]
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