Reverend Edward Payson Thwing
Edward Payson Thwing was a professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Vocal Culture at lay colleges in Brooklyn New York and Boston. He was a prolific writer, emphasizing oratory of the pulpit. He was an early contributor to the "discipline" of elocution.
Writings on speech and voice by Edward Payson Thwing in chronological order
Thwing, E. P. (1876). Drill book in vocal culture and gesture. NY: A. S. Barnes & Co.
Thwing, E. P. (1879). Methods of voice culture, oratorical impediments. The Voice.
Thwing, E. P. (1880). Naturalness in a speaker. The Voice, 2, #2, p.28.
Thwing, E. P. (1880). Sanctuary sound. The Voice, 2, #6.
Thwing, E. P. (1880). Coddling the voice. The Voice, 2, #12.
Thwing, E. P. (1881). The power of the crescendo. The Voice, 3, #11, p. 164.
Thwing, E. P. (1882). Responsiveness in nature. The Voice, 4, #7, p. 83
General writings of Thwing
Thwing, E. (1865). Memorial of Mrs. Grace W. Thwing.
Thwing, E. (1880). Outdoor life in Europe, sketches of men and manners, people and places, during two summers abroad.
Thwing, E. (1881) Persion queen and other pictures of truth.
Thwing, E. (1888). Outdoor life in Europe.
Thwing, E. (1888). Reminiscences of Reverand Calib Bradley.
Thwing E. & Manning S. (1891) Egypt illustrated with pen and pencil.
Green S. & Thwing, E. (1891). Germany illustrated with pen and pencil.
Urwick, W. & Thwing, E. (1891). India illustrated with pen and pencil. Revised and enlarged by Professor Edward P. Thwing.