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Everlasting arms, dear arms

There is a lamp to guide me

Author: Frank Walcott Hutt
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Frank Walcott Hutt

Born: September 6, 1869, Gloucester, Massachusetts. Died: November 30, 1946, Taunton, Massachusetts. Buried: Forest Hills Cemetery, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. Hutt and his wife Emma were living in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, in 1900, and in Bristol County in 1930. Frank was a newspaper reporter for The Lynn Daily Item, The New Bedford Standard-Times and the Taunton Gazette. One time, he was secretary to sculptor William Ordway Partridge. In the latter part of his life, he pursued interests as a naturalist and historian. Hutt’s works include: Local and Miscellaneous Poems (Gloucester, Massachusetts: George L. Jeffery,1888) A History of Bristol County, Massachusetts (Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1924) --… Go to person page >

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First Line: There is a lamp to guide me
Title: Everlasting arms, dear arms
Author: Frank Walcott Hutt

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Epworth Songs. For use in the Epworth League #d140

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