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Title Garrett Gooch Hall-Camp Powhatan (Roanoke Council Boy Scouts of America) certificate of appreciation
Dates of Creation May 1923
Scope & Content A certificate dated May 1923 awarded to T. W. Goodwin from the Roanoke Council Boy Scouts of America certifying Mr. Goodwin as a "Share Builder" in Garrett Gooch Hall at Camp Powhatan, a Boy Scout camp located in Natural Bridge Station, Rockbridge County, Virginia.
Garrett Gooch Hall was built in 1922 and named after Garrett Gideon Gooch, Jr., a native of Staunton, Virginia, who served as Vice President of Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company in Roanoke, Virginia. Mr. Gooch died January 28, 1920 at age 42.
Year Range from 1923
Year Range to 1923
Subjects Certificates
Search Terms Boy Scouts of America
Camp Powhatan
Garrett Gooch Hall
Natural Bridge Station, Virginia
Roanoke Council Boys Scouts of America
Rockbridge County, Virginia
People Gooch, Jr., Garrett G.
Goodwin, T. W.
Collection History Museum of Western Virginia
Imagefile 002\196324.JPG
Number of images 1
Object Name Certificate, Achievement
Catalog Number 1963.2.4
Extent of Description 1-certificate, size 8 1/4" x 10 3/4"