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Dear Savior, when I think of thee

Dear Savior, when I think of thee

Author: Abram B. Kolb
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Author: Abram B. Kolb

Born: November 10, 1862, near Berlin (now Kitchener), Ontario, Canada. Died: March 15, 1925. Buried: Prairie Street Cemetery, Elkhart, Indiana. After graduating from high school, Kolb taught for four years, including a year in America, where his pupils reportedly included Orville and Wilbur Wright, later inventors of the airplane. In 1886, Kolb moved to Elkhart, Indiana, and became an assistant editor at the Mennonite Publishing Company owned by John F. Funk. He eventually worked his way up to serve as editor-in-chief, then vice-president of the company until a year before his death. He also edited Words of Cheer and Herald der Wahrheit, and translated many manuscripts being prepared for publication, among them the Enchiridion of Anaba… Go to person page >

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Author: Abram B. Kolb

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