This collection consists of correspondence and photograph postcards dating from ca. 1890 to 1938. The letters were written by William Booth, Bramwell Booth, and Evangeline Booth concerning Salvation Army business. The letters written by William Booth are primarily words of encouragement to other Salvation Army officers. There is one letter to Colonel and Mrs. David C. Lamb acknowledging their words of sympathy on the death of Catherine Mumford Booth in 1890. The collection contains one leter written by Bramford Booth to Alderman Wakefield in December 1914 requesting assistance in meeting the social needs created by England's participation in World War I. The correspondence of Evangeline Booth is all written to either David C. Lamb or to his wife. These letters acknowledge her appreciation for the Lamb's support and friendship as well as concern about the health of Mrs. Lamb. The photograph postcards include one picture of a Salvation Army Wagon and a picture of William Booth speaking from a car.