Yes, the description of the book on LULU.com and the rear cover as well as the interior of the book credit GOLDEN AGE as the source and explain that W.E. Van Amburgh was the secretary/treasurer of the WTB&TS for 43 years.
The back cover reads:
IN 1924 a lengthy article appeared in the May 21 issue of The Golden Age magazine titled "A Bible for the Scientist." The article was revised and republished in the December 31 issue with the byline, "by W.E. Van Amburgh." The publisher of The Golden Age magazine was the WATCH TOWER BIBLE & TRACT SOCIETY, of which organization W.E. Van Amburgh was the Secretary-Treasurer.
In this newly reprinted copy of the December article, you will learn —
•That the printed Bible is God's SECOND divinely inspired witness.
•That "Jehovah is now bringing to light the first witness."
•The identity of "Bible Number One."
•Which scriptures foretell the history of Napoleon and Admiral Nelson.
•The date of the creation of man.
•Proof that Christ returned in 1874.
•The events of 1914 and 1789 foretold.
•The importance of the year 1925 and the Millennial Jubilee of 1926.
Followers of THE WATCHTOWER BIBLE & TRACT SOCIETY, called "Jehovah's Witnesses" since 1931, believe that in the year 1919 THE WATCHTOWER BIBLE & TRACT SOCIETY was selected as God's sole channel of communication with man. These are some of the things that THE WATCH TOWER BIBLE & TRACT SOCIETY was teaching when Jesus "approved" them. The title page reads: A Bible for the Scientist
W. E. Van Amburgh This article originally appeared in the GoldenAge magazine of December 31, 1924 published by The Watchtower Bible & Tract Society