Books, Blogs, and Family Papers
There’s so much great information out there about Juliette Gordon Low.
Ginger Wadsworth's 2012 book, First Girl Scout: The Life of Juliette Low, is a terrific introduction to the life story of Girl Scouts’ founder. In 2012 Stacey Cordery wrote a more in-depth biography, Juliette Gordon Low: The Remarkable Founder of Girl Scouts, and kept a blog, with fascinating tidbits, about her research.
The Georgia Historical Society holds an online exhibit on Juliette Low that includes many of Juliette Low’s original letters and papers, and much early Girl Scout material. A curriculum guide about Juliette Low is also available at the Georgia Historical Society in the Featured Historical Figures section.
The Savannah College of Art and Design has recently honored women of vision from Savannah. They have written a curriculum to highlight these historical and contemporary figures.
Looking for pictures?
The Library of Congress has a wealth of images related to Girl Scouts as well as other Girl Scout material.