Small Collection 044 Ephemera of Evangeline Booth
Scope and Contents
Letters written by Evangeline Booth during her service as Field Commissioner of The Salvation Army in the United States. Correspondence concerns actual or potential contributors. Also includes a printed card with autograph, July 22, 1936, and a newspaper clipping advertising free Christmas dinners in 1910.
- Created: 1911-1916
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.
Biographical or Historical Information
Leader in the Salvation Army, daughter of Army founder William Booth; born, 1865; directed Army operations in Canada, 1896-1904; national commander of Army in the U.S., 1904-1936; died, 1950.
Letters; Autographed Card; Newspaper Clippings other_unmapped
Accruals and Additions
The materials in this collection were purchased by the Billy Graham Center Archives in April 1979 from C.D. Price, Inc. and Harold R. Nestler, February 1980 from Lorraine Burdick, and September 1984 from the BGC Museum.
- Small Collection 044 Ephemera of Evangeline Booth
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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