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W. G. Polack

W. G. Polack
Short Name: W. G. Polack
Full Name: Polack, W. G. (William Gustave), 1890-1950
Birth Year: 1890
Death Year: 1950
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Texts by W. G. Polack (14)sort iconAsInstances
All glory be to God aloneW. G. Polack, 1890-1950 (Translator)6
As we begin another weekW. Gustave Polack (Translator)3
Christ is arisen From the grave's dark prison (Polack)W. Gustave Polack (Translator)5
Dear Lord, to thy true servants giveW. Gustave Polack (Author)4
Ev'ry year the Christ childW. Gustave Polack, 1890-1950 (Translator (sts. 2-3))2
God of grace and love and blessingW. Gustave Polack, 1890-1950 (Author)2
God the Father, Son, and SpiritW. Gustave Polack (Author)3
Hail the day so rich in cheerW. Gustave Polack (Translator)2
Kyrie, God Father in heav'n aboveW. G. Polack, 1890-1950 (Translator)8
Lord Jesus, Thou art going forthW. Gustave Polack (Translator)3
O God, our Lord, Your holy WordW. G. Polack, 1890-1950 (Translator)5
O Thou love unboundedW. Gustave Polack (Translator)2
Savior, sprinkle many nationsW. Gustave Polack (Author (st. 2, 3))1
With the Lord begin thy taskW. G. Polack, 1890-1950 (Translator)8

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