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[How sweet the thought that I shall trace]

[How sweet the thought that I shall trace]

Composer: G. W. Elderkin
Published in 1 hymnal


Composer: G. W. Elderkin

Born: October 5, 1879, Chicago, Illinois. Elderkin and his wife Margaret were living in Cook County, Illinois, in 1900 & 1910. By 1920, he was in Princeton, New Jersey, and was there as late as 1942. His works include: Songs of the Century, with John Sweney & William Kirkpatrick (Chicago, Illinois: George D. Elderkin Publishing Company, 1900) The Redeemer’s Praise, with James Kirkpatrick (Chicago, Illinois: George D. Elderkin Publishing Company, 1906) Aspects of the Speech in the Later Greek Epic, 1906 Problems in Periclean Buildings, 1912 --www.hymntime.com/tch/  Go to person page >

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Title: [How sweet the thought that I shall trace]
Composer: G. W. Elderkin
Copyright: Public Domain

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The Redeemer's Praise #38

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