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Visit the Viking Council and Many Point Virtual Patch Museum!
Virtual Patch Museum

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  Many Point Scout Camp 
Virtual Patch Collection

Patches of the 1970's and 1980's
Variations

The basic round Viking Council Patch with the various strips for the camp persisted through the late 60's until the mid 70's.  The words "Camp" and "Reservation" ultimately gave way to "Camp" in later years.  There were two main patches used with different designs honoring the Indian Heritage that were particularly obvious in the artwork on the square patch.   The loons in the background of these designs would eventually become the mainstay of the patch of the patches for future years. 

Mid 1970's
to
Early 1980's

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Mid 1970's
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Early 1980's

Version 4

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Mid 1970's
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Early 1980's

Version 3

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Mid 1970's
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Early 1980's

Version 2

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Mid 1970's
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Early 1980's

Version 1

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1970's

Early 70's - from Nick J Spencer-Berger <bergers@iastate.edu>

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Early 1970's 

Version 1

Variations in the Indian and patch manufacturers

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1970's 

Version 2

Variations in the Indian and patch manufacturers

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1970's 

Version 3

Variations in the Indian and patch manufacturers

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1970's 

Version 4

Variations in the Indian and patch manufacturers

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