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The Evangeline Booth Collection

Evangeline Booth distinguishes herself from the other Booth writers, writing in a style that is uniquely emotive and expressive. Ever the dramatist and poet, Evangeline writes as she would speak.

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The Bramwell Booth Collection

Speaking about his son, Bramwell Booth, General William Booth once said: “He possesses capacities for government in all its branches, whether those of leadership or administration, in a remarkable degree…He is dear to you all on the ground of his practical godliness, his unswerving impartiality, his unflagging energy, and his capacity for details.” 

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The Samuel Logan Brengle Collection

Samuel Logan Brengle is the premiere theologian of holiness and sanctification studies in The Salvation Army. The Army’s first American commissioner was a gifted writer and speaker, preaching and teaching holiness throughout his entire life and ministry. Allow his written works and articles to help you pursue holiness in your own life.

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The William Booth Collection

The writings of our Founder will equip the soldiers of today's Army for holy warfare. The William Booth Collection contains the letters and writings of the first General of The Salvation Army. Booth's words contain a boundless energy and passion for souls that will both convict and inspire.

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The Catherine Booth Collection

The writings of the Army Mother in one convenient location. The Catherine Booth Collection is a resource that can be used for Senior Soldier preparation material, sermon writing, and historical research. Be inspired by one of the 19th century’s greatest female preachers.

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The George Scott Railton Collection

Railton was a gifted writer, so the Booths placed a pen (which was as mighty as a sword!) in the hands of this salvation warrior and from October, 1872 until June, 1878; George Scott Railton would write in The Christian Mission Magazine, what we would call, "The Fifty Articles of War"!

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