A form from the 1900 US Census

Becoming A Part of History: Why the Census is Important

Written by Jean Crockett, Museum Archives Aide   If you find yourself asking why ...

A Soldier’s Tour de France

Professional sports are only one industry affected by the global coronavirus pandemic.  Currently, hundreds ...

Person standing outside red cargo van. Person wears EDS hat and face mask

Actions Speak Louder than Words

  Written by Amy Sparks, Registrar   In the van, on our way to ...

Salvation Army offiers wearing face masks bow their heads in prayer, one holds sign honoring George Floyd

A Fearless Church

Minneapolis, MN Prayer Walk, June 2, 2020. Images courtesy Northern Division. Written by Jolie ...

A group of men and women posing with US flags and a wreath decorated with glowers and doughnuts

A New Chapter in Doughnut Day History

  This oh so tasty annual event is generally said to have begun over ...

A group of adults, nurses and babies are seated and standing on the front porch of a building.

The Last Best Friend – The Salvation Army’s Offer of Hope

Babies, officers and advisory board members sit in front of the Omaha, NE Booth ...

A woman wearing a hat and coat smiles for the camera while packing a cardboard box with food.

Unmasking an Experience during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Written by Amy Sparks, Registrar I find I often use objects to navigate, understand, ...

A Million Acts of Kindness

“One of my favorite things in the collection is this photo (shown above) from ...

A Salvation Army canteen vehicle shown coming off of a United States Air Force cargo plane.

There When You Need Them

“Every time I see this photo, I get misty.  Because it means that the ...