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Sunday School Chimes

In gladness they ring out their Sabbath lays

Author: J. Berg Esenwein
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: J. Berg Esenwein

Born: May 16, 1867, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Buried: Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Son of Augustus and Catherine Esenwein, Berg was a minister. He married Caroline Miller in 1889 in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. His works include: Writing the Short-Story; A Practical Handbook on the Rise, Structure, Writing, and Sale of the Modern Short-Story (New York: Hinds, Noble & Eldredge, 1909) Writing the Photoplay: A Complete Manual of Instruction in the Nature, Writing, and Marketing of the Moving-Picture Play, with Arthur Leeds, 1913 The Art of Public Speaking, with Dale Carnegie, 1915 Children’s Stories and How to Tell Them, 1917 Short-Story Masterpieces The Art of Story Writing Ho… Go to person page >

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First Line: In gladness they ring out their Sabbath lays
Title: Sunday School Chimes
Author: J. Berg Esenwein
Refrain First Line: Then come at their calling

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Bells of Heaven #d175

Sunday School Chimes #d57

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