Morgan, G. Campbell. The Acts of the Apostles. Fleming H. Revell, 1924. Probably a later reprint. 
Former Bible college library copy, binding tight, pages clean, top closed page edge with an old tea or coffee stain, includes the original dust jacket. 547 pp. Good in good dust-jacket. Hardcover.
Rev. Dr. George Campbell Morgan (1863-1945), b. Tetbury, England; d. London, England. Born to a family of Baptist farmers, Morgan at the wee age of 10 heard D. L. Moody preach during one of his evangelistic campaigns in England, and at the age of 13 dedicated himself to the Christian ministry. By the age of 15 he was a regular preacher in country chapels. He was ordained to the Congregational or Independent ministry in 1890, and although self-taught, he quickly became a leading preacher and writer among evangelical Christians on both sides of the Atlantic.
"In 1896, D. L. Moody invited him to lecture to the students at the Moody Bible Institute. This was the first of his 54 crossings of the Atlantic to preach and teach. After the death of Moody in 1899, Morgan assumed the position of director of the Northfield Bible Conference. After five successful years in this capacity, he returned to England (in 1904) and became pastor of Westminster Chapel of London. His preaching and weekly Friday night Bible classes were attended by thousands. Leaving Westminster Chapel in 1919, he once again returned to the United States, where he conducted an itinerant preaching/teaching ministry for 14 years. Finally, in 1933, he returned to England, where he again became pastor of Westminster Chapel and remained there until his retirement in 1943. He was instrumental in bringing Martyn Lloyd-Jones to Westminster in 1939 to share the pulpit and become his successor." - theopedia website.