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Title What is the Salvation Army?
Author Eastern Territorial Headquarters
Summary Written by the Salvation Army, this book is the "interpretive statement of its aims, methods and purposes, hoping to help all those who are sincerely desirous of understanding and adequately evaluating the contribution to the religious, social and economic life of the United States."
Nine chapters, 82 pages,
Physical Description Soft cover, 7 1/4" x 5", Teal blue and gray, print of the Salvation Army building at the Philadelphia Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition of 1926.
Catalog Number 2015.20.286
Subjects commissioned personnel
Citizens' Advisory Board
Social Service Work
Publisher Eastern Territorial Headquarters
Published Place New York, NY
Published Date 1926