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Land of light

There is a lovely land of light

Author: Willl W. Slater
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Willl W. Slater

William (Will) Washington Slater (1885 – 1959) is one of only a handful of Restoration/Stone-Campbell Movement hymn writers, editors, and publishers to have widespread success beyond the confines of the denomination he claimed as his own. His founding and association with the Eureka Publishing company, the Stamps-Baxter Company, the Firm Foundation Publishing House, and his own successful company, the Slater Company, yielded the sale of hundreds of thousands of song books and hymnals and helped to propagate many a hymnal that would come later with hymns and gospel songs from his pen. William Washington Slater was born February 2, 1885, in Logan County, near Ozark Arkansas. He was the son of William David and Melvina Elizabeth (Williams… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There is a lovely land of light
Title: Land of light
Author: Willl W. Slater
Refrain First Line: I'll reach that land of pure delight
Copyright: Public Domain


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The Eureka Star #d79

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