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A Perfect Fit: Red Bank and The Girl Scouts

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There's a surprising connection between Red Bank and the Girl Scouting movement founded by Juliet Low. When the organization began to grow from an original membership of 18 to thousands, it needed to buy uniforms. Where did Low and her members turn for help? The Eisner Uniform Factory in Red Bank, which is now the Galleria shopping and restaurant complex on Bridge Avenue. Low is pictured at center in the photo.

Published on March 02, 2012 with No Comments

There's a surprising connection between Red Bank and the Girl Scouting movement founded by Juliette Low. When the organization began to grow from an original membership of 18 to thousands, it needed to buy uniforms. Where did Low and her members turn for help? The Eisner Uniform Factory in Red

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