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Ring the Glad Bells

Author: S. Anna Gordon

Mrs. S. Anna Gordon was born in Claremont, Mass., 9 January 1832. She was a physician and author. At an early age she moved to New York with her parents. Before her marriage she was a teacher. She was in charge of the ladies' department in Rock River Seminary and in Ripon College and was active in opening a normal school. She was married in Wisconsin in 1858 to W. A. Gordon M. D. After her marriage she studied medicine with her husband. She assisted him in his practice. In 1859 and 1860 they were connected with the Smithsonian Institute, taking meteorological motes. For one year she was associate editor of "Central Wisconsin." She joined her husband while he was stationed in Louisville, Ky. during the Civil War where she assisted with carin… Go to person page >

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First Line: Welcome the sound of the musical bells
Title: Ring the Glad Bells
Author: S. Anna Gordon
Refrain First Line: Ring the glad bells, the beautiful joy bells
Copyright: Public Domain

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Joy Bells #4

New Joy Bells #d153

The Wave of Sunday School Song #d141

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