Walter E. Chapman Papers
Scope and Contents
Walter E. Chapman papers consist of records of Boy Scout Troop 28, Denver, Colorado, spanning the years 1941-1971, as well as a limited amount of personal correspondence and scrapbooks. Dr. Chapman assisted over 300 scouts in attaining the Eagle rank – the names and photographs of the Eagle Scouts of Troop 28 form a significant part of the collection. There is also substantial correspondence concerning Boy Scout Camp Tahosa.
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The collection is open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Walter Edgar Chapman, Jr. was a Denver, Colo. dentist. Born Ellis, Kan. in 1905, he moved to Denver in 1923 where he attended University of Denver. Began practice of dentistry in 1932. Active in Boy Scout work beginning 1938. Scoutmaster of Denver Troop 28 (1941-1971). Died Lyons, Boulder County, Colo. in 1982.
3 Boxes (3 linear feet)
1 oversize folio
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Frances Chapman and Edwin Nicholls, 1983
Catalog record based on preliminary inventory.
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