Pamplet published on Gypsy Smith by W.T. Stead (1849-1912) in a series of short publications on evangelists and revivalists. Stead was a well-known British newspaper editor who was also one of the first investigative journalists. Stead achieved notoriety when he was drowned on the RMS Titanic in 1912, after publishing a story in 1892 titled "From the Old World to the New", in which a ship collides with an iceberg and sinks.
This pamphlet is part of a small archive of objects in connection with Gypsy Smith in the museum's collection. See also a selection of other documents and photographs from the Gypsy Smith archive in the Online Collection.