Godbey, W. B. Tribulation Revivals. Greenboro, SC: The Apostolic Messenger Office, ca. 1915. First Edition.
Printed wrapper, folds are weak with the front detached, 4 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches, 32 clean pp. Fair. Pamphlet. 
Godbey's pamphlets were published by The Apostolic Messenger Office between the approximate years 1910 and 1918. This title is not in the collection held at SMU. It's focus is on what will happen during the Tribulation
William Baxter Godbey (1833-1920), b. Pulaski County, KY; d. Cincinnati, OH. Goodbye was a pastor and evangelist with the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. "He was converted in a revival in 1849 and licensed to preach in 1853 by the Kentucky Conference...He served as president of Harmonia College in Percyville, Kentucky (1859-1869)...He experienced entire sanctification in December 1868 and became a strong Holiness advocate." Godbey led revivals in Kentucky, Missouri, and Texas, as well as making four international tours (1895, 1899, 1905, 1912), "spending much of his time in Palestine." He wrote more than 200 books and pamphlets. - quotations and info from Kostlevy, The A to Z of the Holiness Movement.