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Treasures, at the End of the Trail

Author: William L. Hopper

Hopper, William L. (Bryson, Texas, August 10, 1915-- ). Church of God. Wrote for the Tennessee Music and Printing Company and for Stamps Quarter Company. Listed in the 1968 edition of Who's Who in Texas and the 1973 Personalities of the South. Author of book on Texas history, Famous Texas Landmarks. Ordained minister. Pastorates included: Ft. Worth, Mineral Wells, and Mesquite, all in Texas. --Bob J. Neil, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: There may not be gold at the end of the rainbow
Title: Treasures, at the End of the Trail
Author: William L. Hopper (1955)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: There are mansions of splendor and streets paved with gold
Copyright: © 1955, by Stamps Quartet Music Co., Inc. in "Temple Echoes"

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Temple Echoes #50

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