Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts, died 8 January 1941.

Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts, died 8 January 1941.

The grave of Robert Baden-Powell,  founder of the Boy Scouts, who died in Nyeri, Kenya in 1941. When his wife Olave, founder of the Girl Guides of America, died in 1977, her ashes were sent to Kenya and interred beside her husband. Kenya has declared Baden-Powell's grave a national monument. The gravestone bears a circle with a dot in the center, which is the Boy Scout trail sign for "I have gone home."

The grave of Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts, who died in Nyeri, Kenya in 1941. When his wife Olave, founder of the Girl Guides of America, died in 1977, her ashes were sent to Kenya and interred beside her husband. Kenya has declared Baden-Powell's grave a national monument. The gravestone bears a circle with a dot in the center, which is the Boy Scout trail sign for "I have gone home."

"Try to leave this world a little better than you found it" and "Do your best" are still my mottos. Claudia Moretti on Robert Baden Powell

"Try to leave this world a little better than you found it" and "Do your best" are still my mottos. Claudia Moretti on Robert Baden Powell

Baden Powell [As I was a former Boy Scout; I was photographed with the wax statue of him when I was in England, The one story I picked for my project is linked to this. @dietrichthrall leaving the Boy Scouts was my biggest regret, This was a huge reason my imprint lasted as long as has.]

Baden Powell [As I was a former Boy Scout; I was photographed with the wax statue of him when I was in England, The one story I picked for my project is linked to this. @dietrichthrall leaving the Boy Scouts was my biggest regret, This was a huge reason my imprint lasted as long as has.]

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