The Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum/Max I Silber Scouting Library
represents an exciting, unique, and colorful repository for an
exceedingly large collection of Boy Scout memorabilia and an exceptional
Scouting Library. Artifacts relating to Scouting in New Hampshire, New
England, the United States, and the World are on display for all ages to
come and enjoy. We hope you will come and visit us! Collections feature
information on Baden-Powell, World and National Jamborees, Scouts on
Stamps and probably the largest library of Scouting Fiction and
Non-Fiction books. Owned by the Daniel Webster Council
Located at Camp Carpenter in Manchester, New Hampshire Camping
facilities are available. Call Daniel Webster Council at 1-800-221-0009
to make arrangements (they can also provide you with brochures on the
It will cost you a $10 deposit and than either .25 or .50 per head, per
night. During the winter months the museum is only open on Saturdays,
but in the summer, it's open 7 days a week. The council office will be
glad to send you flyers.
The Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum and Max I. Silber Library are
located on the grounds of Camp Carpenter, Daniel Webster Council, BSA.
Both are entities of the council, operated by a committee of volunteers.
Lawrence L. Lee was a long-time Scout Executive of the council and Max
I. Silber is a council Scouter, Silver Buffalo recipient and benefactor.