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Frederick Booth-Tucker (1853-1929), born in India to English parents, was an officer of the Salvation Army and son-in-law of the Salvation Army's founder, William Booth.

Frederick Booth-Tucker born in India to English parents, was an officer of the Salvation Army and son-in-law of the Salvation Army's founder, William Booth.

Eva Burrows straightening the puggaree worn by a fellow delegate at the Salvation Army's first international youth congress in London in 1950

Head of the Salvation Army who led the movement back into Russia and Eastern Europe

Kate Booth

Read these short character sketches of women in Salvation Army history who made a difference.

Photo shows Bramwell Booth the second General of the Salvation Army, with his sister Evangeline (Eva) Booth during parade which accompanied Bramwell to his ship to return to England. Bramwell had been in New York City for the Salvation Army's convention.

Salvation Army, Portland, Citadel

In downtown Portland, Historical Society opens exhibit on Salvation Army in…

Staff Captain Mary Booth CBE, Salvation Army

Staff Captain Mary Booth CBE, Salvation Army

Pioneers of Salvation Army ministry. The Beck Family.

Pioneers of Salvation Army ministry. The Beck Family.

Catherine Booth Pastor Cofounder, The Salvation Army

150 years of Salvation Army ~ Catherine Booth!

1892 The Army opens its first "Slum Post" to fight poverty in Chicago.  Pictured: First Chicago Slum Sisters.

1892 The Salvation Army opens its first "Slum Post" to fight poverty in Chicago. Pictured: First Chicago Slum Sisters.

Two of the first Salvation Army officers to arrive in Edmonton (1893); Lt. Corlett and Capt. Kadie.

Two of the first Salvation Army officers to arrive in Edmonton Lt. Corlett and Capt.

Herbert was appointed in 1896 as the Australasian Commander by his father, William Booth, Founder of The Salvation Army.

Herbert was appointed in 1896 as the Australasian Commander by his father, William Booth, Founder of The Salvation Army.

The #SalvationArmy Commisioner Evangeline Booth in New York City, 1896, with her Jeffries anglo Concertina

The Salvation Army Commisioner Evangeline Booth in New York City, with her Jeffries anglo Concertina

Florence Booth. Born in Monmouthshire as Florence Eleanor Soper (her father having the odd first name of 'Isabell'). Joined the Salvation Army in 1880 and met Bramwell through his sister Catherine, marrying him in 1882, after which she took charge of all the SA's women's social work. When Bramwell's mother died in 1890 Florence took on the role of the SA's first lady. Died at home in Berkshire.

Born in Monmouthshire as Florence Eleanor Soper (her father…

Ballington Booth (July 28, 1857 – October 5, 1940) was an Officer in The Salvation Army and a co-founder of Volunteers of America.

Ballington Booth (July 1857 – October was an Officer in The Salvation Army and a co-founder of Volunteers of America.

A Salvation Army Family.

A Salvation Army Family.

1918 WWI - Stella Young, a "Doughnut girl" holding a rolling pin and donut mold. Salvation Army Lassie

Salvation Army donut girl holding a rolling pin and donut mold.

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