MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH - TYPED SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 320315
Sale Price $108.00
MAUD B. BOOTH
The activist and Co-Director of the U.S. Salvation Army signs a typed sentiment
Typed Sentiment Signed: "[below a printed Very Cordially Yours]Maud B. Booth", 4¾x1¾. English-born Maud Ballington Booth (1865-1948) married and took the names of Ballington Booth, son of the founder of the Salvation Army, in 1886. The couple moved to the U.S. to direct the U.S. branch of the Salvation Army in the following year. After a policy dispute with the senior Booth (William), Maud and Ballington resigned from the Salvation Army and formed Volunteers of America in 1896. A socially conscious preacher, Maud Ballington Booth was active in prison reform and instrumental in the creation of parent-teachers associations. She became a U.S. citizen in 1895. Creased and toned. Irregularly edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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