CHARLES BRANDON BOOTH
THE vital, thrilling lectures which Charles Brandon Booth delivers have for their background his twenty years of prison and social work.
GRANDSON of the late Gen. William Booth and son of Generals Ballington and Maud Ballington Booth, he adds to the natural heritage which is his, a wealth of personal experience.
HUDIENCES throughout the nation have proclaimed the logic and the economic value of his human interest messages on the crime problem.
STUDENTS in many of our largest schools have responded to the dynamic force of his rapid fire inspirational talks for young people.
Charles Brandon Booth moved a great audience at For Hall last night as these audiences have seldom been moved.—
The Globe, Boston.
Has the mantle of Gen. William Booth fallen upon the shoulders of his Grandson, Charles Brandon Booth? Wherever he has spoken in Denver he has won his audiences to a belief in what he advocates.—
The Post, Denver.
We have not had a speaker in years who has been so enthusiastically received as Mr. Booth.—
Central H. S., Kansas City.
Charles Brandon Booth is not only a good speaker, but is an actor of force, dramatic in every gesture, and yet utterly practical in what he says.—
The Hawkeye, Burlington.
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