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The first national headquarters is established in the Munsey Building, Washington, D.C. Edith D. Johnston is employed as the first National Secretary. She is the only staff member.
Wayne-Gordon House (later, the Juliette Gordon Low National Center), circa 1886.June 10-12, 1915
The first National Council meeting is held in Washington, D.C. Juliette Low is elected President and a Constitution and Bylaws are adopted.
Girl Scout membership passes the half-million mark.
June 23, 1965
The Juliette Gordon Low National Center is designated as a National Historical Landmark by the National Park Service. It is the first building in Savannah to receive landmark status.