|Short Name:||L. W. Callin|
|Full Name:||Callin, L. W. (Lura Case Warner), 1861-1948|
Born: December 12, 1861, Crestline, Ohio.
Died: September 15, 1948, Marblehead, Ohio.
Buried: Oak Grove Cemetery, Bowling Green, Ohio.
Daughter of Samuel and Mary McMahon Case, Lura married Lemuel (Lee) Warner in 1884. After his death from typhoid fever in 1888, she married George Callin of Bowling Green, Ohio. Lura’s works include:
Daughters of Liberty, a pageant for children (Lorenz Publishing Company, 1923)
|Texts by L. W. Callin (9)||As||Instances|
|A bluebird sits in the apple tree||L. W. Callin (Author)||3|
|The robin tilts upon a bough||L. W. Callin (Author)||2|
|There's a strong and youthful army||Mrs. Laura Warner Callin (Author)||3|
|Tramp, tramp, tramp, Hark, the sound grows clear and strong||Laura Warner Callin (Author)||2|
|We all have a place in this busy||L. W. Callin (Author)||2|
|We come from the field||L. W. Callin (Author)||2|
|When days are dark and cares oppress||Laura Warner Callin (Author)||2|
|When Mary sought the tomb||L. W. Callin (Author)||2|
|When the sun through kindling azure||L. W. Callin (Author)||2|