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We thank thee and we bless thee

Author: John Randall Dunn

Dunn, John Randall. (Massillon, Ohio,?--December 22, 1948, San Francisco, California). Was the son of James Randall Dunn, an official of the U.S. Immigration Service. His mother, Caroline, was an accomplished singer and pianist. Educated in Ohio and San Francisco, he served in the U.S. Chinese Bureau in San Francisco. He was a Christian Science practitioner, 1907-1948, and also served as a Christian Science teacher, lecturer, and as the editor of Christian Science periodicals. --Joan E. Wilson, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

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First Line: We thank thee and we bless thee
Author: John Randall Dunn

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ALL SAINTS NEW (Cutler)

Henry Stephen Cutler (b. Boston, MA, 1824; d. Boston, 1902) composed ALL SAINTS NEW in 1872 for Reginald Heber's (PHH 249) text "The Son of God Goes Forth to War," and the two were published together in Hymnal with Tunes, Old and New (1872). That text refers to "the glorious band" of God's people, h…

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Christian Science Hymnal (Rev. and enl.) #374

Christian Science Hymnal (Rev. and enl.) #375

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