A handsome young man poses for this portrait in his Salvation Army uniform. His embroidered shirt is labeled “Salvation Army” and has three crosses beneath the lettering. The gentleman’s hat also is labelled “Salvation Army”. The photographer is F. I. Stofflet of Bangor, Pennsylvania.  Frank Stofflet was the subject of a law journal article (1894).  Stofflet was the defendant against T. J. Stofflett in a case involving violation of  a “no compete clause”.  )To view other cabinet card images of Salvation Army workers; click on the category “Salvation Army”.

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