Harold Speakman, Bibliography

Here is the list of Harold Speakman’s published books.

Also see, complete bibliography

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Songs of Hope (1917)
29 pgs; Illustrated; Crowell, NY
Small volume of Speakman’s inspirational poetry.

From A Soldier’s Heart (1919)
163 pgs; Illustrated; Abingdon Press
Account of Speakman’s service during WWI, and as a Balkan’s peacekeeper.

Beyond Shanghai (1922)
198 pgs; 8 color plates of Speakman’s paintings; Abingdon Press.
Journey by house boat up the Yangtze River, and beyond, in 1920s China.

Hilltops In Galilee (1923)
259 pgs; 8 color plates of Speakman’s paintings; Abingdon Press
Walking tour of British Occupied Palestine

This Above All (1924)
374 pgs; Bobbs-Merrill Company
A semi-autobiographical novel on seeing true and being true to one self.

Here’s Ireland (1925)
353 pgs; 12 plates of Speakman’s paintings; Dodd, Mead & Co.
A grand walking tour, with donkey cart, of Ireland in 1924.

Mostly Mississippi (1927)
360 pgs; 7 plates of Speakman’s paintings; Dodd, Mead & Co.
Includes numerous drawings by his wife, Russell Lindsay Speakman
From headwaters to Minneapolis by canoe, and on to New Orleans by houseboat.

Once At Christmas (1928)
46 pgs; 3 plates of Speakman’s paintings, decorative borders; Abingdon Press
Short story. A proud, but ragged, veteran returns from the war to search for his home.