|Short Name:||Louis D. Eichhorn|
|Full Name:||Eichhorn, Louis D., 1874-1927|
Born: 1874, Indiana.
Buried: Hillside Memorial Park, Redlands, California.
Eichhorn was living in Creek, Indiana, by 1880. He and his wife Edna were in Denver, Colorado, by 1910, and in Redlands, California, by 1920. Eichhorn’s works include:
The New Deal, with William Giffe (Logansport, Indiana: Home Music Company, 1898)
Conquest Hymns, New and Old (Chicago, Illinois: New Era Publishing Company, 1902)
Songs for Sunday Schools and How to Use Them (New York: A. S. Barnes, 1910)
The Moonseed’s Ministry and Other Sonnets and Songs (Redlands, California: Louis D. Eichhorn, 1924)
|Texts by Louis D. Eichhorn (5)||As||Authority Languages||Instances|
|Easter bells are gaily ringing today||L. D. E. (Author)||English||2|
|Sabbath bells are sweetly ringing||L. D. E. (Author)||2|
|Sing the precious story of the Father's love||L. D. E. (Author)||5|
|We come again to praise thee||L. D. E. (Author)||2|
|When I think of Thee, Man of Galilee||L. D. Eichhorn (Author)||English||2|