Doughnuts and the Salvation ArmyMain MenuDoughnut DefinedThe History of the Salvation ArmyDoughnuts, Salvation Army, and World War IDoughnuts in the 1920s and beyondWhy Do Doughnuts Have Holes?Jason Hanratty3be8a3d27a270399b0b9289c0daf19271961dc65
12017-04-09T09:29:44-07:00Jason Hanratty3be8a3d27a270399b0b9289c0daf19271961dc65155307Bibiliographyplain3876142017-05-05T10:23:17-07:00Jason Hanratty3be8a3d27a270399b0b9289c0daf19271961dc65I would like to first thank all of the sources, photographs, and texts that were used in making this project. Below you will find a list of all sources used in making each of the pages for this undertaking. If you would like to find more information on any portion of this project, refer to this list to assist you in your endeavor.
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Media presented throughout from free web sites or with permission from the Salvation Army.