Currier, A. H.; Taylor, William M. [introduction]. The Life of Constans L. Goodell, D.D. New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Co., 1887. First Edition. 
Gold cloth, light soil & edge-wear, 8 x 6 inches, fine steel-engraved portrait with facsimile signature & tissue guard, xix., 486 clean pp., several additional plates, tight. Very good. Hardcover.
C. L. Goodell was blessed with revivals in his ministry. Included in the book are - Revival under Labors of Rev. E. P. Hammond. - Showers of Blessing - Labors and Success in Winning Men. - A Mighty Reaper - Union Revival Labors under Mr. Moody - Remarkable Prayer - Moody in London (1884). Also includes travel accounts - Monte Carlo, Egypt, Palestine, Smyrna, Constantinople. He made five trips overseas during his life.
Constans Liberty Goodell (1830–1886), b. Calias, Vermont. He attended The University of Vermont and Andover Theological Seminary. He was pastor at Congregational Church in New Britain, Connecticut; then pastor at Pilgrim Congregational Church in St. Louis, Missouri, for 14 years, where Stephen Paxson attended church. - curiosmith online.