Moody, W. R. [editor]. Record of Christian Work, Volume XX. 1901. East Northfield, Mass.: W. R. Moody, 1901. First Edition.
Black cloth, 7 x 9 1/2 inches, board edges a bit misshapen, recent former owner's signature on ffep. (iv.), 944 pp., tight. Pencil underlining of the revival articles in the table of contents, brief pencil underlining/marginalia elsewhere. Good. Hardcover. 
William Revell Moody (1869-1933), the son of the famous evangelist D. L. Moody who succeeded him in the management of the schools and conferences initiated by his father. His middle name reflects the fact that his mother, Emma Charlotte Revell Moody, was the sister of Fleming H. Revell, the successful publisher of evangelical literature.
Contributors to this volume include Robert Aikman, Wm. E. Blackstone, A. C. Dixon, J. H. Jowett, E. E. Knapp, F. B. Meyer, J. R. Miller, G. Campbell Morgan, H. C. G. Moule, Francis L. Patton, Joseph Parker, Anna W. Pierson, C. I. Scofield, Robert E. Speer, James Stalker, R. A. Torrey, Aleaner Whyte, and others.
Articles on Revival, Atlanta Bible Conference, China in Transition, Christian Community of the Mountain Retreat Association, The General Missionary Conference in Japan, Northfield Conferences, Oahe Indian Industrial School, Religious Awakening of 1858, Revivals in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century, Society of Soul Winners and their Work among the Southern Mountains, Successful Churches, Tent Movement of the Presbyterian Evangelistic Committee of Philadelphia, Work Among Miners, &c.
The authors with the most contributions include J. H. Jowett, F. B. Meyer, G. Campbell Morgan, Ida Q. Moulton, Anna W. Pierson, C. I. Scofield, Robert E. Speer, and R. A. Torrey.