With a tall hat and long beard, General William Booth, the British founder of the Salvation Army, speaks to followers at the wharf in Wellington in March 1899. This was one of Booth's four visits to New Zealand between 1891 and 1905. On several occasions he was welcomed by Premier Richard Seddon and other political leaders.
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