The Salvation Army responded to the great economic depression of the early 1930s with many new and creative services. At this mobile soup kitchen in Auckland, a woman passes a billy to be filled with soup, while her child waits to fill two jugs. The sign on the side of the van promises 'Hot Soup and Bread for Poor Families'.
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