File:Comanche Trail Council Indian Camp 1937 National Scout Jamboree.jpg

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Description

Comanche Trail (Texas) Council Indian Camp at the National Scout jamboree (Boy Scouts of America) in Washington, D. C., July, 1937.

Source

The National and World Jamborees in Pictures, New York: Boy Scouts of America.
© Boy Scouts of America, 1937

Portion used

cropped by User:JGHowes

Low resolution?

yes

Other information
  • This image is a greatly reduced, low-resolution version. As such, it is non-reproduceable for commercial purposes.
  • No free images are known to exist of this significant national event: the first national Scout jamboree in the U.S., in 1937.
  • Use of this image solely for encyclopedic purposes on Wikipedia does not limit the copyright holder's ability to profit from the original source, nor will it dilute the importance or recognition of this image in connection with the copyright-holder.
Non-free media rationale for National Scout jamboree (Boy Scouts of America)
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National Scout jamboree (Boy Scouts of America)

Purpose of use

It is believed that this low-resolution version solely to illustrate a unique historic event — the first National Scout Jamboree in the U.S. — is permissible Fair Use because no free-use substitute is known to exist. Use of this low-resolution version does not diminish the value of the original media to the copyright holder nor interfere with the media's original purpose, and meets all criteria in WP:NFCC.

Replaceable?

Not replaceable; a unique historic event.

Non-free media rationale for Scouting in Texas
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Scouting in Texas

Purpose of use

It is believed that this low-resolution version solely to illustrate a unique historic event — the participation of the Comanche Trails Council (Texas) at the first U.S. national Scout jamboree using an American Indian display at the event — is permissible Fair Use because no free-use substitute is known to exist. It conveys to the reader the manner in which the display was presented better than mere prose alone could describe. Use of this low-resolution version does not diminish the value of the original media to the copyright holder nor interfere with the media's original purpose, and meets all criteria in WP:NFCC.

Replaceable?

Not replaceable; a unique historic event.

Non-free media rationale for Swastika
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Swastika

Purpose of use

It is believed that this low-resolution version solely to illustrate the use of the swastika in prewar America at a unique historic event in the nation's capital — the first national Scout jamboree in the U.S. — is permissible Fair Use because no free-use substitute is possible. It conveys to the reader the manner in which the swastika was occasionally displayed as a benign symbol prior to World War II, better than mere prose alone could describe. Use of this low-resolution version does not diminish the value of the original media to the copyright holder nor will it dilute the importance or recognition of this image in connection with the copyright-holder, and meets all criteria in WP:NFCC.

Replaceable?

Not replaceable; a unique historic event.


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