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Salvation Army Vintage Poster WWI (My grandfather Zach Carter Cummings spoke well of TSA Lassies) Link is to TSA History web site where there are other posters & photos

Salvation Army Vintage Poster WWI (My grandfather Zach Carter Cummings spoke well of TSA Lassies) Link is to TSA History web site where there are other posters & photos

Lovely historical posters from the Salvation Army of Lassies handing out free doughnuts to the soldiers. #NDD

Lovely historical posters from the Salvation Army of Lassies handing out free doughnuts to the soldiers. #NDD

The Salvation Army - Joe The Turk was tall, impressive, and built like a prize fighter. Often considered rude or even obnoxious, he did not follow the rules. Though never in charge of a corps, he opened doors through which others could follow in a more conventional way.

The Salvation Army - Joe The Turk was tall, impressive, and built like a prize fighter. Often considered rude or even obnoxious, he did not follow the rules. Though never in charge of a corps, he opened doors through which others could follow in a more conventional way.

Fun Trivia: Of all the places that The Salvation Army's Flag has been, perhaps the most remarkable would be the three Flags that actually traveled to the moon and back!  Three desk-sized Salvation Army Flags took a trip to the moon and back in 1972! They went with Captain John W. Young, USN, commander of Apollo 16, which landed on the moon in April 1972. He was given the Flags by the wife of the then Philadelphia Salvation Army Advisory Board Chair, Mrs. John Chatley, Jr.

Fun Trivia: Of all the places that The Salvation Army's Flag has been, perhaps the most remarkable would be the three Flags that actually traveled to the moon and back! Three desk-sized Salvation Army Flags took a trip to the moon and back in 1972! They went with Captain John W. Young, USN, commander of Apollo 16, which landed on the moon in April 1972. He was given the Flags by the wife of the then Philadelphia Salvation Army Advisory Board Chair, Mrs. John Chatley, Jr.

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.

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