This magazine was briefly published by Camp Fire Girls — I may have a substantial part of its run. They are in varying conditions, from “pretty good” to “large bits of cover missing.” After all, not many teens are worried about how much the mags will be worth in a few decades!
IMO, these are of possible interest to those dealing with current teens, by way of showing them how much some things have changed while other things haven’t changed much at all.
For reference (I haven’t been able to find much about this magazine online; not even an image of the logo), an excerpt from Girlhood in America: An Encyclopedia, Volume 1.
Articles in The Camp Fire Girl magazine (later called Today’s Girl) reflected contemporary concerns of adolescents….
Photos to come if there’s interest.