Nave's Topical Bible
Not a newcomer on the scene, Nave's Topical Bible was first introduced in 1896. Edited by Orville J. Nave, it is an encyclopedia of Bible passages, arranging passages by subject heading and identifying Bible names and geographic locations. Each Bible verse is given a page number in an appended index.
Nave prepared his Topical Bible while serving as a chaplain in the United States Army, describing his work as "the result of fourteen years of delightful and untiring study of the Word of God."
In the years since it was first published more than a century ago, Nave's Topical Bible has gone through several revisions and reprints, most recently published by Zondervan Publishing House in 1999.
Although it does not have all the features of some of the other Study Bibles, it has features not found in them. It was my first Study Bible, and I like it. If you are old enough not to be bothered by the text of the King James Version, this is a good supplementary Bible.