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And are you in the stars, dear Lord

And are you in the stars, dear Lord

Author: Louisa Jane Hall
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Louisa Jane Hall

Hall, Louisa Jane (Park). (Newburyport, Massachusetts, February 2, 1802--1892). Wife of Rev. Edward B. Hall, she began to publish poems anonymously in periodicals. Her husband was minister of the First Unitarian Church of Providence, Rhode Island. She moved to Boston after his death. --Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith, 1875, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: And are you in the stars, dear Lord
Author: Louisa Jane Hall

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Heart and Voice #d14

Heart and Voice #d15

The Sunny Side #d4

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