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Soon election day will be on hand

Soon election day will be on hand

Author: Thomas S. Cobb
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Thomas S. Cobb

Thomas S. Cobb (1876-1942), a native Texan, was educated in much the same circles as [Austin] Taylor, and received his music diploma from the Western Normal and College of Music in Dallas. He taught singing schools across Texas and the bordering states, and was particularly noted for the "Cobb Quartet" made up of his four daughters. He was recruited to Firm Foundation by Showalter in 1935.(Finley, 122ff.) Cobb edited only four hymnals for Firm Foundation before his death in 1942, but among these was the significant New Wonderful Songs (1933); at 296 hymns it was part of the trend toward more substantial publications. Prior to his work with Firm Foundation, Cobb edited hymnals for the Quartet Music Company of Fort Worth, Texas. A search o… Go to person page >

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First Line: Soon election day will be on hand
Author: Thomas S. Cobb
Refrain First Line: Better vote for prohibition
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Eureka Highway Songs #d99

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