Historical information

Salvation Army Donation Tin. Two photographs possible the front and back of one tin. Inscriptions reflect the role of the Salvation Army and their work during this period.

Physical description

Black & white photographs of Donation tin enlarged.

Inscriptions & markings

Front of tin what is readable "The Salvation Army Society RESCUE AND PRISON GATE WORK broken hearts and blighted hopes slaves of Sin and Degradation. Blood and Fire. The Salvation Army.
THE TOTAL number of Homes is now over Six--- Providing Daily Accommodation for 3,000 Persons AND COSTING over --1,200 PER WEEK for MAINTENANCE
PLEASE HELP by placing a COIN in the box"
On the back of the tin "THE ARMY PROVIDES work for the workless.
Love for the Loveless. Cleanliness for the Unclean. Friendship for the Friendless. Food for the Hungry. Help for the Helpless. Beds for the Bedless. Hope for the Hopeless.
Our Agencies Comprise the Following.
Homes for Discharged Prisoners. Rescue Work for fallen Women.
Industrial Homes for Boys. Industrial Homes for Girls. Maternity Bags.
Women Shelters, Nursing Homes, Labour Tards.
Samaritan Relief Work. Food Depots. Mens Shelters. Industrial
Hospital Visitations. Gaol Visitation. Enquiries for Lost F"
In Pencil written on the back "Larger than actual Size"