Late 1960s: A Brownie troop — In the late 1960s, Brownie Troop 137 visited Dr. Earl Baum for a talk on nature and a tour of his locally famous trophy room, filled with more than 180 taxidermied specimens of Collier County birds, fish, reptiles and mammals. In addition to their neat uniforms, complete with Brownie socks and hats, two girls wore white gloves for this special occasion. Dr. Baum is in the upper left, standing next to his wife, Agnes.

Late 1960s: A Brownie troop — In the late 1960s, Brownie Troop 137 visited Dr. Earl Baum for a talk on nature and a tour of his locally famous trophy room, filled with more than 180 taxidermied specimens of Collier County birds, fish, reptiles and mammals. In addition to their neat uniforms, complete with Brownie socks and hats, two girls wore white gloves for this special occasion. Dr. Baum is in the upper left, standing next to his wife, Agnes.

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