“The Soul of Dr. Barclay Walks East Again,” in The Christian-Evangelist 21 January 1926, p. 3; Jack P. Lewis, “James Turner Barclay: Explorer of Ninteenth-Century Jerusalem,” Biblical Archaeologist 51 (1988), pp. 163–170. Many of Barclay’s archaeological adventures can be found in his letters from Jerusalem in The Jerusalem Mission: Under the Direction of the American Christian Missionary Society, compiled by D.S. Burnet (Cincinnati: American Christian Publication Society, 1853). Barclay’s own public account of his archaeological discoveries appeared as The City of the Great King: or Jerusalem As It Was, As It Is, and As It Is Meant To Be (Philadelphia: James Challen and Sons, 1858).