Plaque

Salvation Army - indoors

Salvation Army - indoors
Salvation Army - indoors
Inscription

The first indoor meeting of the mission which became The Salvation Army was held here on 3rd September 1865.
Tower Hamlets Environment Trust 

Site: Salvation Army - indoors (1 memorial)

E1, New Road, 23

Booth moved his meetings which had begun in the summer in a tent inside as the winter approached. The building was known as the Assembly Rooms or Professor Orson's Dancing Academy (its week-time use).

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Salvation Army - indoors

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Salvation Army

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Salvation Army - indoors

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Tower Hamlets Council

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