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Sleep, dearest baby, my loved one thou art

Sleep, dearest baby, my loved one thou art

Author: Charles William Wendte
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Charles William Wendte

Wendte, Rev. Charles William. (Boston, Massachusetts, June 11, 1844--September 9, 1911, San Francisco, California). He graduated from the Harvard Divinity School in 1869 and served Unitarian churches in Chicago, Illinois; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Newport, Rhode Island From 1885 to 1900 he was engaged in denominational work on the Pacific Coast and thereafter was Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the American Unitarian Association, Boston, spending a part of each year in Europe. Long intrested in Sunday Schools he published in 1886 The Carol, for Sunday School and Home; a book of songs for use by children and young people entitled Jubilate Deo in 1900; and another in 1908 entitled Heart and Voice, a Collection of Songs and Services for the Sunda… Go to person page >

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First Line: Sleep, dearest baby, my loved one thou art
Author: Charles William Wendte

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Heart and Voice #d223
Heart and Voice #d225



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