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Old Camp-Meeting Days

Long ago when but a boy, at old camp-meeting time

Author: Adger M. Pace
Published in 5 hymnals

Author: Adger M. Pace

Born: August 13, 1882, Pelzer, South Carolina. Died: February 12, 1959, Lawrence County Hospital, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. Buried: Dunn Methodist Church Cemetery, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. Pseudonyms: Millard A. Glenn; Charles H. Huff; Audalene Mayfield; Fay Wallington. Born August 13, 1882 near Pelzer, South Carolina, Adger M. Pace soon gained a love and appreciation for music that characterized the remainder of his life. He sang bass for seventeen years as a member of the Vaughan Radio Quartet, singing over WOAN--one of the South's first radio stations. He was also active in singing conventions, serving as one of the organizers and the first president of the National Singing Convention in 1937. Pace's most significant cont… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Long ago when but a boy, at old camp-meeting time
Title: Old Camp-Meeting Days
Author: Adger M. Pace
Source: "Harmony Heaven"
Language: English
Refrain First Line: I like the old time preaching, praying, singing, shouting
Publication Date: 1934
Copyright: Copyright, 1934, in "Harmony Heaven." A. M. Pace, owner.

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Instances (1 - 5 of 5)

Best of All #d84

Church Hymnal #252

New Songs of Inspiration No. 2 #d128

Quartet Song Book No. 6 #d55

Quartet Song Book No. 8 #d56

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