This book is identical to
Kings of the Pulpit and Platform. It was edited by Melville D. Landon.
It has 570 pages and George Peck's contributions include a two page
"biography and reminisces" as well as an eight page lecture to his
It highlights vignettes by many of the late 19th century's best known
humorists, lecturers, and writers. Mark Twain, Bill Nye, Sam Jones as
well as the writings of many others are included in this large volume.
This book is copyrighted by The Saalfield Company in 1906. It is
unclear why Saalfield changed the name of this volume.