|Creator:||Hungarian Scouts Association|
|Abstract:||Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, reports, memorial stamps and certificates. Some of the materials pertain to the Scout Troops in Passaic, New Jersey, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.|
|Quantity:||.5 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Hungarian and English|
Collection acquired from Mr. Gabor Bodnar of New Jersey in 1975.
In the late 1940s, the Scouting movement was disbanded in Hungary and replaced by the "pioneer" movement, based on the Soviet model. In 1951, Ferenc Beodray and Ede Csaszar organized the first Hungarian Boy Scout Troop in the United States. In the same year the International Headquarters was moved from Germany to Garfield, New Jersey. There are troops and camps among Hungarian immigrants in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe and Australia.
The Hungarian Scouts Association collection is available for public research.
The Hungarian Scouts Association collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota.
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The Hungarian Scouts Association Records, Hungarian American Collection, IHRC Archives, University of Minnesota
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