Questions on Salvation Army memorabilia and artifacts and sources and collecting of same. Also questions on The Salvation Army`s history from 1865 to date.
I have been a collector for almost 20 years
Salvation Army Philatelic Circle (H.L.M.)
S.A. Philatelic Journal. Christian Mission Journal.
It provides a fascinating insight not only into the development of the Salvation Army around the world, but also into the social history of many countries
My main objective as far as possible, is to direct Salvation Army memorabilia and artifacts into the hands of dedicated collectors so that they may be preserved for the benefit of all.
Did you know for example that the Salvation Army were the first to introduce Labour Exchanges in the UK, and that apart from the government, the Salvation Army is the biggest provider of social services in the UK.
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Hi, Thanks for your question. It is difficult to answer without at least seeing some pics of the street organ, if you would care to post some or send them direct to me at email@example.com
Hi Margaret, Thanks for your question. The book certainly is of some value, how much is very dependant on condition. It was published during the Generalship of Bramwell Booth, the eldest son of the Founder
Hi Tina, What a great find you have there! Red Shield was a term used for the services provided by the Salvation Army to troops during WWII, so it would be reasonable to assume that the chairs came from
Hi Beth, This is a tough one! Even with official sources I am afraid I have drawn a blank. However I have been in contact with a SA historian who is researching the same subject and he would be pleased
Hi Suzanne, Thanks for the extra info. During WWII the Salvation Army Red Shield Services provided support for the allied troops both at home and overseas. Although I have not come across one of these
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