Mystery History Contest


This week’s Mystery History guest was born in Savannah, GA in 1860 and lived until 1927. When she was little, her uncle nicknamed her “Daisy.” As she got older her family called her “Crazy Daisy” because they thought her independent behavior was strange. As a child, she formed the Helping Hands Club, where she and her cousins sewed clothes for Italian immigrant children. As a young adult she traveled a great deal, always learning new skills like woodworking and metalworking, which she used to create an iron gate for their Savannah home. During a trip to England in 1911, she met Lord Baden-Powell and his wife. The couple had created clubs for English children dedicated to encouraging citizenship and skills. When our Mystery History Guest returned to her Savannah home, she organized a meeting of young girls dedicated to the principles she observed in the Baden-Powell clubs. These first club meetings grew into an international organization that still exists today.

To enter for a chance to win a Family FourPack to explore Crayola IDEAworks: The Creativity Exhibition at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, simply complete the form below and tell us who our Mystery History guest is this week.

We'll gather all the correct entries and select one random winner! That person will be notified by email and receive a Family FourPack to check out this amazing exhibit, courtesy of Kids Corner! Complete rules at the bottom of this page.


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Discover the next evolution of Crayola ingenuity in the blockbuster museum experience, Crayola IDEAworks: The Creativity Exhibition.

In its exclusive limited run in Philadelphia, the exhibition will inspire visitors of all ages to develop and expand their creative skills through a multitude of activities that will stimulate the senses while empowering creativity and imagination.

Crayola IDEAworks showcases the ways that anyone can be creative. By combining one’s strengths and increasing self-confidence, anyone can create the ultimate opportunity to display ingenuity, inspiration, and expressiveness.

Featuring a fusion of cutting-edge technology with state-of-the-art exhibits, Crayola IDEAworks sets the new standard for an interactive educational entertainment.

Families of all ages, you don’t want to miss your chance to dive into your tailored experience at Crayola IDEAworks: The Creativity Exhibition.

Creativity is innately inside all of us—we just need to ignite it!

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The Weekly Kids Corner Who's Who Contest is open until 11:59pm Thursdays. One entry per email address. Winner will be notified by email Fridays by Noon ET. All information submitted to this contest will be purged once a winner has been selected, as per COPPA rules.