[Editor: This postcard, which incorporates a photo of four Salvation Army officers, is undated; however, it is believed to have been published in the early 20th Century. The postcard was made by R. Yeoman & Co. (Melbourne, Vic.).]
[Front of postcard]
[Description: A photograph of four Salvation Army officers.]
[Reverse of postcard]
R. Yeoman & Co., 116 Bourke St., Melbourne.
Dimensions (approximate): 137 mm. (width), 88 mm. (height).
As an aside, it is believed that the well-known Australian biscuits, “SAO”, made by Arnott’s Biscuits, were named by using the initials of “Salvation Army Officer”; apparently, this was done to honour Arthur Arnott (son of William Arnott, the company’s founder), who had joined the Salvation Army.
See: 1) “Did you know?”, Salvation Army
2) “1906 SAO biscuits introduced”, Australian Food Timeline
3) “Arnott’s SAO biscuit”, A tribute to influential Australian Christians
4) “SAO (biscuit)”, Wikipedia