Anna Fay Herron Bush Papers


Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Education Materials and Professional Correspondence

Personal Papers and Objects

Bohumir Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra Correspondence, Ephemera, Photographs

Church Choir Library Scores and Flyers

Sheet Music Collection

Musical Instruments

Sarah Bush Randolf Personal and Instructional Materials

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Collection Overview

Title: Anna Fay Herron Bush Papers, 1847-2019Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: 12/9/158

Primary Creator: Anna Fay Herron Bush (1921-2016)

Extent: 14.25 cubic feet


The materials are organized in seven series: Series 1, Education Materials and Professional Correspondence, 1890-1999; Series 2, Personal Papers, 1924-1961; Series 3, Bohumir Kryl Orchestra Correspondence and Digital Photographs, ca. 1945-1947; Series 4, Church Choir Library Scores and Flyers, 1895-1996; Series 5, Sheet Music Collection, 1895-1963; Series 6, Musical Instruments; and Series 7, Sarah Bush Randolf Personal and Instructional Materials. Series 2 contains two sub-series: Sub-series 1, Personal and Family Papers and Sub-series 2, College Education Materials and Music Study Scores. Series 5 is split into two sub-series: Sub-series 1, Original Acquisitions; and Subseries 2: Sheet Music Collection Additions.

Since there was no original order for the materials, order was imposed by the archivist and became more defined as more materials were acquired. Series 1 and Series 2 are arranged chronologically, with the exception of the music study scores in Sub-Series 2, which have been arranged alphabetically by score type and title of composition. Series 3 has been arranged alphabetically by subject, person, and location. Series 4 and 5 have been arranged alphabetically by title of composition. Series 7 is arranged chronologically.

Date Acquired: 08/10/2017. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Kryl, Bohumir, 1875-1961, Music - Instruction and study, Musical Instrument Makers, Music teachers

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of music instrument catalogs; lists of sheet music for schools and bands; teacher's instructional notes, music programs, newsletters, and correspondence documenting Anna Fay Herron Bush's career as a public school music teacher in rural southern Illinois (ca. 1950s-1970s) and performance career as an oboist in the Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra in 1945; and photographs, concert programs, correspondence, certificates, newspapers, music books and journals, documenting Herron's daughter Sarah's career working with the Selmaville Ambassadors and Music Department. Of particular interest are a series of postcards and photos describing her time spent touring with the Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra, including postcards describing her lessons with oboist Frances Napolilli, funded by Kryl.

Biographical Note

Anna Fay Herron Bush was born in Windsor, IL on September 12, 1921. Her father and mother were both school teachers. She attended high school in Windsor, IL and graduated in 1939. She received a teaching certificate from Eastern Illinois in 1946, a Bachelors of Music degree from Illinois Wesleyan University in 1947, and a Master of Science in Education (Administration) degree from Eastern Illinois University in 1971. She taught for over 33 years in grade and high schools in Clay, Jasper, Crawford and Clark Counties in Illinois. Before she was married, Anna Fay Herron played professionally with Bohumir Kyrl's Women's Symphony Orchestra of Chicago on the orchestra's 1945 tour. After the tour, she became a member of several national music and education associations. As an active church choir director, she led worship activites at her local church in Oblong, Illinois as well as other church choirs near Effingham, Illinois. Anna Fay Herron Bush passed away on March 31, 2016.

Subject/Index Terms

Kryl, Bohumir, 1875-1961
Music - Instruction and study
Musical Instrument Makers
Music teachers

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Accruals: Additional accruals were made on July 24, 2018; September 1, 2018; June 6, 2019; July 22, 2019; July 7, 2023; and October 25, 2023.

Acquisition Source: Sarah Randolph, Joliet, Illinois

Acquisition Method: Gift

Box and Folder Listing

Browse by Series:

[Series 1: Education Materials and Professional Correspondence, 1890-1999],
[Series 2: Personal Papers and Objects, 1879-1993],
[Series 3: Bohumir Kryl Women's Symphony Orchestra Correspondence, Ephemera, Photographs, 1943-1947],
[Series 4: Church Choir Library Scores and Flyers, 1895-1996],
[Series 5: Sheet Music Collection, 1863-1963],
[Series 6: Musical Instruments, undated],
[Series 7: Sarah Bush Randolf Personal and Instructional Materials, 1973-2019],

Series 4: Church Choir Library Scores and Flyers, 1895-1996Add to your cart.
Contains Bush's library of choral scores used in several South Central Illinois church choirs. Since her choir sang a variety of sacred and secular works in the church, her library contains both secular and sacred works, with an emphasis on the later. The library is mostly comprised of octavo SATB choral arrangements but the materials also contain some program announcements and flyers. Of particular note are choral arrangements by Charles Ives, Halsey Stevens, Raymond Wilding-White, John Rutter, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Ira B. Wilson. Also of note are Bush's collection of full length operettas and sacred cantatas containing program annotations within.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Sacred Choral Music and Shape Note Titles (Folio Size Scores), 1922-1975Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Arise, Shine," by John Prindle Scott, 1923. "Crucifixtion and Resurrection," J.R. Baxter Jr., 1953. "Don't Forget That Jesus Loves You," Anna Reis and E. Austin Keith, 1922. "I Wish We'd All Been Ready," Larry Norman, 1972. "The King is Coming," William and Gloria Gaither, 1970. "Please Search the Book Again," Jerry Goff, 1975. "The Scars in the Hands of Jesus," Marijohn Wilkin, 1975. "Someday I'll Walk on Gold," Lanny Wolfe, 1975. "Star of the East," George Cooper and Amanda Kennedy, ca. 1953. "Tears will Never Stain the Streets of That City," Dottie Rambo, 1974. "When I Wake up to Sleep No More,"  Marlon Easterling, 1972.
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Folder 1: A Titles, 1914-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "A La Ru, a la Me," arr. Bradley Ellingboe, 1996. "Abide With Me," Henry Lyte and J. Carlton Drew, 1914. "Adoramus Te," Jacques Clement, arr. Norman Greyson, 1954. "An Advent Alleluia," Douglas Wagner, 1994. "African Psalm, Patrick Liebergen, 1996. "All Hail the Power," arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1966. "All Praise to God our Heavenly Father," George F. Handel, arr. John Carlton, 1980 (two copies). "All Praise and Glory Be to God," J.S. Bach, arr. Donald Moore, 1994. "All Things Bright and Beautiful," Brad Printz, 1991. "All Ye Who Pass By," Cristofero Morales, arr. Charles Marshall, 1984 (two copies). "Alleluia," John Carter, 1990. "Alleluia Fugue," Jack North, 1985. "Alleluia, Sing with High Delight,"  W.A. Mozart, arr. Hal Hopson, 1990 (two copies). "Alleluia Verses for Advent,"  Michael E. Krentz, 1991. "Alleluya Psallat," William Mathias, 1974 (two copies). "Anthem to the Trinity," arr. Howard Helvey, 1996. "Arise, Shine," Jane Marshall, 1989. "Art Thou Troubled," George F. Handel, arr. Jean Ashworth Bartle, 1995. "As With Gladness, Men of Old," arr. Theron Kirk, 1990. "At the River," adapted by Aaron Copland, arr. Raymond Wilding-White, 1964. "Ave Verum," W.A. Mozart, arr. Walter Ehret, 1957.
Folder 2: B Titles, 1916-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Babe in a Manger," Dorothea Brandt, 1975. "Battle Hymn of the Republic," arr. Gordon Lamb, 1976. "Battle Hymn of the Republic," arr. Camp Kirkland, 1992. "Be Present, Spirit of the Lord,"  Timothy Dudley-Smith and Mary Kay Beall, 1991."The Beautiful City," Ira B. Wilson, 1916. "Before the Stars Had Left the Sky," David Williams, 1990. "Behold, Behold the Lamb," F.J.C. Alstyne and Christopher Tye, arr. John Wilson, 1989. "Behold That Star," arr. Christopher Hoh, 1963. "Beloved Let Us Love," Horatius Bonar, arr. Albert Ream, 1976. "Benediction," by Jay Althouse, 1996. "Benedictus," Michael Scott, 1991. "Blessed Be the Lord," Jeff Hamlin and Don Hart, 1993. "Blessed Is the Man That Trusteth in the Lord," Alan Hovhaness, 1973. "Blessed Savior, Hear our Prayer," arr. Theron Kirk, 1990. "Bow Down Low," David Bridges, 1988. "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show," Neil Diamond, arr. Alan Billingsley,  1996. "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do," Howard Greenfield and Neil Sedaka, arr. Roger Emerson, 1995. "Breathe into the Music," David Catherwood, 1990. "Breathe on Me, Breath of God," Robert Jackson, arr. Max Kiser, 1962. "Bring Him Home," from Les Miserables, Claude-Michel Schonberg, arr. Mark Brymer, 1992. "By the Light of a Distant Star," Carl Strommen, 1996.
Folder 3: C Titles (1 of 2), 1916-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Caballo Viejo," William Belan, ca. 1995. "Caledonian's Air," Robert Burns,  arr. James Quitman Mulholland, 1996. "Cantate Domino,"  Dave and Jean Perry, 1991. "Canticle of Faithfulness," William Runyan, arr. Daniel Bird, 1951. "A Carol Consort," arr. Kirby Shaw, 1994. "A Carol for Epiphany," Howard Thurman and Lloyd Pfautsch, 1991. "A Carol for Thanksgiving," Lloyd Pfautsch, 1991. "Carol of the Star," arr. Donald Moore, 1994. "Carol to Beauty," Steuart Wilson, arr. James Quitman Mulholland, 1996. "Celebrate God's Gift of Love," Pauline Delmonte, 1976. "Chanticleer Carol," Andrew Carter, 1993. "Choral of the Baptism," George Brandon, 1987. "Christ Arose," Robert Lowry and Camp Kirkland, 1994. "Christ Became Obedient Even Unto Death," Felice Anero, arr. Walter Ehret, 1975. "Christ Go Before You," William Hull and Glen Adkins, 1987. "Christ Is Risen Alleluia," Sally Albrecht and Jay Althouse, 1996 (two copies). "Christ, the Lord, Is Risen Today," Edward Broughton, 1993. "Christians and Unbelievers," George Powers, 1976 ."A Christmas Carol," Charles Ives, 1975. "Christmas Classic Celebration," Patrick Liebergen, 1996. "A Christmas Echo," Patrick Liebergen, 1996. "Christmas Joy (Easter Joy),"  J. Paul Williams, Jean Anne Shafferman and Anna Laura Page, 1994. "Cole's Song" from Mr. Holland's Opus, Julian Lennon, Justin Clayton and Michael Kamen, arr. Mark Brymer, 1995.; "Come All Who Thirst," Luigi Cherubini, arr. Hal Hopson, 1987. "Come Go With Me," C.E. Quick, arr. Kirby Shaw, 1996. "Come Go With Me to Bethlehem," Joe Parks, 1972. "Come Let us Sing," Allan Pote, 1996. "Come, O Lord, and Overflow Us," Jack Hayford and Jack Schrader, 1990. "Come to the Banquet," Joseph Martin, 1996. "Come to Us, Now Emanuel," Nancy Price and Don Besig, 1996. "Come Unto Me," Franz Schubert, arr. Ira B. Wilson, 1928. "Come, Ye Thankful People, Come," Benjamin Harlan and Gary Hallquist, 1996. "A Cradle for a Lamb," Penny Rodriguez, 1991. "Cradle Me Lord," Berta Poorman and Sonja Poorman, 1993. "Create in Me, a Clean Heart, O God," Carl Schalk, 1969. "Creation Will Be at Peace," J. Paull Williams and Anna Laura Page, 1992 (two copies).
Folder 4: C Titles (2 of 2), 1916-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: The Choir Herald, November 1935. The Choir Herald, May 1947. The Choir Herald, June 1947. The Choir Herald, September 1947. The Choir Herald, October 1947 (two copies). The Choir Herald, November 1947. The Choir Herald, January 1948. The Choir Herald, February 1948. The Choir Herald, April 1948. The Choir Herald, May 1948.
Folder 5: D-F Titles, 1923-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Dance of the Stars", Marti Lunn Lantz and Benjamin Harlan, 1994. "Ding Dong! Merrily on High," arr. Howard Cable and the Canadian Brass, ed. Henry Leck, 1994. "Dona Nobis Pacem," Jan Reese, 1988. "Duet and Chorale"  from Cantata 93, by J.S. Bach, arr. Doreen Rao, 1991. "The Earth is the Lord's,"  Ruth Artman, 1990. "Easter Meditation," Bob Burroughs, 1994. "Erev Shel Shoshanin," arr. Jack Klebanow, 1986. "Erik A Som,"  Lajos Bardos, 1986. "Feed My Lambs,"  Natalie Sleeth, 1972.  "Fill My Cup Lord," Carl Schalk, 1992. "A Flower for You Mother Dear,"  Ira B. Wilson, 1923. "Footloose," Dean Pitchford and Kenny Loggins, arr. Kirby Shaw, 1996.
Folder 6: G Titles, 1972-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "The Gate of Heaven," Ellen Jane Lorenz, 1976. "Gaudeamus Hodie,"  Natalie Sleeth, 1974. Get Happy, by Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen arr. Mac Huff, 1996. "Gethsemane," Rob Little and David Catherwood, 1996. "The Gift," William Cutter, 1990. "The Gift," Robert Chilcott, 1990. "The Gift," Gene Grier and Lowell Everson, 1990. "The Gift to be Simple," arr. Bob Chilcott, 1995. "Give Us Love,"  Stan Pethel, 1996. "Glory be to God," David S. York, 1973. "Glory Be to God the Father," Horatius Bonar and Michael Weisse, arr. John Carter, 1988. "Glory, Hallelujah," Mark Kellner, 1994. "Glory to the King,"  Dave Bolling and Stan Pethel, 1993. "Go Now and Pass It On," Nancy Price and Don Besig, 1995. "Go Now in Love and Peace," Patrick Liebergren, 1992. "Go Tell the News," Nancy Price and Don Besig,  1996. "God Bless All Those I Love,"  Ron Harris, 1991. "God Help the Outcasts" from Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame, by Alan Menken and Stephen Schqartz, arr. Audry Snyder, 1996. "God Is All Around Us," by David Lantz III and Marti Lunn Lantz, 1992. "God Is My Shepherd," Antonin Dvorak, arr. Donald Moore, 1993. "God Is Our Refuge,"  Allen Pote, 1994. "God Is Working His Purpose Out," David Wehr, 1958. "God Is Working His Purpose Out," Arthur Ainger and Martin Shaw,  arr. Harriet Ziegenhals, 1989. "God Now Dwells Among Us," Hans Leo Hassler, arr. Roger Wilhelm, 1972. "God Will Make a Way," Don Moen, arr. Tom Fettke, 1992. "God's Gift of Love,"  Frederic Chopin, arr. Robert Hughes, 1994. "God's Love Never Changes," Dick Tunney and Melodie Tunney, 1994. "Goin up to Glory," Andre Thomas, 1995. "Golgotha," John Herget and Jeanne Shaffer, 1976. "Gonna Be a Great Day," J. Paul Williams and Joseph Martin, 1994. "Great Is Thy Faithfulness," Thomas O. Chisholm and William Runyan, arr. Mark Hayes, 1993. "Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehova: A Hymn Concertato,"  arr. Hal Hopson, 1990.
Folder 7: H Titles, 1912-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Hallelujah, Amen," J.S. Bach, arr. Walter Ehret, 1956. "Hallelujah, Amen,"  G.F. Handel, arr. Walter Ehret, 1964. "Hallelujah, Christ is Risen," Stan Pethel, 1990. "Hallelujah Praise the Lord," George F. Handel, arr. Walter Ehret, 1974. "Hark I Hear the Harps Eternal,"  Alice Parker, 1967. "Hark the Herald Angels Sing," Felix Mendelssohn, arr. Patrick Liebergen, 1994. "Hark the Song of Jubilee," arr. James Gram, 1976.  "Harvest Carol," arr. Walter Ehret, 1978 (two copies). "Hasten Lord the Glorious Time,"  Harriet Auber and Carrie B. Adams, 1912. "He Comes to Us in Simple Things,"  Mary Kay Beall, 1994. "He Is Born," arr. Keith Cristopher, 1996. "Healing River," arr. Lee Dengler, 1995. "Hear the Music,"  Ruth Elaine Schram, 1996. "Hey There Lonely Girl,"  Earl Shuman and Leon Carr, arr. Greg Gilpin, 1995.."Hodie Christus Natus Est", Kirby Shaw, 1991. "Hold On," arr. Mark Hayes, 1996. "The Holy Boy," John Ireland, 1990. "Holy God, We Praise Thy Name," John Ferguson, 1988. "Holy, Holy, Holy," Domenico Cimarosa," arr. Richard Peek, 1989. "Holy, Holy, Holy," Claudio Monteverdi, arr. Walter Ehret, 1991. "Honor and Glory," by J.S. Bach, arr. Walter Ehret, 1958. "Hosanna," Christian Gregor, arr. Walter Ehret, 1986. "Hosanna," Cathy Jeffers Risse, arr. Joseph Linn, 1992. "Hosanna," John Wyatt Burson, 1994. "Hosanna Save Us," Dave Clendenen, arr. Keith Kunda, 1990. "Hymn of Praise," S. Drummond Wolff, 1965.
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Folder 1: I Titles, 1926-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "I Am But a Small Voice," Odina Batnag and Roger Whitaker, arr. Roger Emerson, 1996. "I Believe in a Hill Called Mount Calvary," William Gaither and Gloria Gaither, arr. Camp Kirkland, 1994. "I Come to Thee," Geo. Graff and Caro Roma, 1926. "I Hear America Singing," Andre Thomas, 1993. "I Love You Lord," Laurie Klein and Jack Schrader, 1993. "I Talked with God,"  Serge Walter, arr. Douglas MacLean, 1945. "I Want Jesus," arr. Jester Hairston, 1958. "I Was Glad, I Was Glad," Stan Plethel, 1993. "I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me," C. Hubert H. Parry, arr. Robert Roth, 1989. "I Will Greatly Rejoice," Knut Nystedt, 1977. "I Will Magnify Thee, O God," Gustav Holst, arr. Douglas E. Wagner, 1989. "I'll Be Home for Christmas," by Kim Gannon and Walter Kent, arr. Steve Zegree, 1981. "I'll Praise the Lord," Paul Wigmore and John Barnard, arr. Jack Schrader, 1992. "I'm Just a Lucky So-And-So", Mack David and Duke Ellington, arr. KIrby Shaw, 1996. "Idyll of Praise," Craig Courtney, 1991. "In Christ Alone," by Shawn Craig and Don Koch, arr. David Clydesdale, 1990. "In the Bleak Midwinter," arr. Katherine K. Davis, 1961. " In This Moment of Remembrance," Dale Wood, 1990. "In Wisdom Let Us Grow,"  G. Winston Cassler, 1976. "Incarnate Light," Thomas Tallis, arr. John Kingsbury, 1976. "An Irish Blessing,"  Donald Moore, 1994. "It Is Well With My Soul," Gary Matheny, 1987.
Folder 2: J-K Titles, 1970-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Jabula Jesu," Stephen Hatfield, 1994. "Jacob's Ladder," John Carter, 1992. "A Jazz Alleluia," Noel Goemanne, 1976. "The Jazz-Me Blues," Tom Delaney, arr. Kirby Shaw, 1996. "Jesus Is," Gary A. Cornell, 1990. "Jesus Is Coming Soon," R.E. Winsett, arr. Russell Mauldin, 1970. "Jesus Walked this Lonesome Valley," by Jack Schrader, 1996. "Jingle Bells," arr. Robert Sterling, 1979. "Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine," John Kingsbury, 1989. "Joy to the World," arr. Gilbert M. Martin, 1970. "Joy to the World," arr. Luther Henderson and the Canadian Brass, 1990 (two copies). "Joy to the World with Go Tell it on the Mountain," arr. Greg Gilpin, 1994. "Joyful, Joyful, Halleluiah," Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. Donald Moore, 1993. "A Joyful Jubilate," Donald Moore, 1994. "A Joyful Mozart Canon,"  W.A. Mozart, arr. Jean Anne Shafferman, 1996. "Jubilate," John Leavitt, 1993. "King Jesus Is A-Listenin," Patsy Ford Simms, 1996. "The King Shall Come," Austin C. Lovelace, 1989. "Kum Ba Ya," arr. Jack North, 1987. "Kyrie Eleison," W.A. Mozart, arr. Walter Ehret, 1988.
Folder 3: L Titles, 1945-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Lamb of God," Joseph Haydn, arr. John Kingsbury, 1975. "Lamb of God," John Carter, 1989. "Laudate Dominum,"  Hans Leo Hassler,  arr. John Cramer, 1964. "Laudate Dominum,"  Marc Antoine Charpentier, arr. Noel Goemanne, 1976. "Laudate Dominum,"  Eugene Butler, 1991."Lead Me, Guide Me," arr. Paul Ferrin, 1994. "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms,"  Mark Hayes, 1996. "Lent and Easter Anthems," arr. Jean Boots Sigler, 1974. "Let All Mortal Flesh," arr. John Ferguson, 1989. "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence," Carlton Young, 1974. "Let All the World Be Glad and Sing," Natalie Sleeth, 1987. "Let in Thy Light," Eugene Butler, 1988. "Let There Be Light," Robert W. Jones, 1974. "Let Thy Holy Spirit Come Upon Us," P. Tschesnokoff, arr. Jack Lyall, 1992. "Let's Hang On," Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell, arr. Roger Emerson, 1996. "Lift High the Cross," George W. Kitchin and Sydney Nicholson, arr. Robert Lau, 1990. "Lift Thine Eyes,"  Felix Mendelssohn, arr. Donarld Moore, 1994. Light the Candles, Linda Marcus and John Leavitt, 1996. "Like A Rose," Ruth Elaine Schram, 1996. "Listen Here, Listen Here," Jay Althouse, 1996.  "Little Baby Jesus All the World Will Love You," Carolyn Brunson, 1989. "Little Child, Precious Child," Rhoda Polay, 1991. "Little Grey Donkey,"  Natalie Sleeth, 1970. "Living for Jesus," arr. Griffith J. Jones, 1945. "The Lord Bless You and Keep You," John Rutter, 1981. "The Lord Comes," G. Alan Smith, 1989. "Lord, We Come to Worship You," J. Paul Williams and Sandy Wilkinson, 1994. "The Lord Will Be My Shepherd," Nancy Price and Don Besig, 1990. "Lord, You Give the Great Commission," Jeffery Rowthorn and Cyril Taylor, arr. John Wilson, 1989. "The Lord's My Shepard," John Carter, 1989. "Love Came Down for Me,"  J. Paul Williams and Benjamin Harlan, 1990. "A Lovely Rose is All My Song," Crawford Thoburn, 1988. "Loving Shepherd of the Sheep," arr. Walter Ehret, 1986." Lullaby, Little One," arr. Walter Ehret, 1988.
Folder 4: M-N Titles, 1906-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Manger and a Star," Dorothea Brandt, 1975. "Mary Did You Know," Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene, arr. Camp Kirkland, 1991. "The Mountain Stream," May M. Brewster, arr. Ira B. Wilson, 1922. "The Memorial Choir No. 2 for Memorial Day Use," Ira B. Wilson et al., 1906. "The Message of Christmas," Darrell G. Church, 1994. "The Mirror of St. Anne," Randall Thompson, 1972 (two copies). "More I Cannot Wish You," Frank Loesser, arr. Phil Mattson, 1995. "More Than You Know," Steve Zegree, ca. 1995. "Mr. Holland's Opus," arr. Keith Christopher, 1996."My Dancing Day," arr. Crawford R. Thoburn, 1990. "My God, My God, Look upon Me," John Blow, 1965. "My Jesus I Love Thee," arr. Randal Quackenbush, 1987. "My Lord What a Morning," arr. Dick Averre, 1991. "My Shepherd,"  John Carter, 1976. "My Shepherd," arr. Ruth Artman, 1990. "My Shepherd Will Supply My Need," Charles Elkins, 1991. "My Song Is a Love Unknown," Carl Schalk, 1969. "My Trust Is in the Name of the Lord," Laurie Jasurda, 1992. "Name of Names," by Albert Hardy, 1936. "No Night There," Craig Curry, 1994. "None Other Lamb," Robert Powell, 1976. "Now Hail the Joyous Day," Egil Hovland, arr. Frank Pooler, 1991. "Now Thank We All Our God," Johann Pachelbel, arr. Walter Ehret, 1969.
Folder 5: O Titles, 1895-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "O, Brother Man," Leroy Robertson, 1961. "O, Give Thanks," Douglas Wagner, 1987. "O, Jesus Have I Promised," David Catherwood, 1990. "O Lord, I Love the Habitation of Your House," Mark Bender, 1989. "O, Lord, My God, You Are My Refuge,"  J.S. Bach, arr. Hal Hopson, 1988. "O, Lord, Our Lord," P.I. Tchaikovsky, arr. G. Gordon Blaine, 1963. "O, Love Divine," Deborah Govenor, 1989. "O, Magnify the Lord with Me," Gordon Schuster, 1991. "O, Perfect Life of Love," Robert Wetzler, 1983. "O, Sacred Banquet," Dean Howard, 1976. "O, Shepard of Israel," C.P. Morrison, 1895. "O, Shout and Sing," Anna Laura Page and Jean Anne Shafferman, 1996. "O, Spotless Lamb of God," Jim Lucas, 1991. "O, Taste and See," Thomas Hastings, arr. James G. Smith, 1976. "O, Taste and See," Carlton Young, 1987. "O, Worship the King," by Halsey Stevens, 1967. "O, Worship the King," Robert Lau, 1992. "Of thee I sing, America," Sally K. Albrecht and Jay Althouse, 1996. "Oh, Come Little Children," arr. Melvin Roternmund, 1972. "Oh, Happy Day," arr. Pete Schmutte, 1995. "Oh, How Wonderful is the Lord," Jay Althouse, 1996. "Old Fashioned Garden," Cole Porter, 1931. "One Little Star," Mary Donnelly and George Strid, 1991."One Small Babe," Mary Kay Bell and Jay Althouse, 1989. "Opening Night," Mac Huff, 1996. "Our Help, Our Hope,"  Robert Wetzler, 1990. "Our Lord Reigns," Stan Pethel, 1990. "Out There,"  Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz, arr. Mac Huff, 1996.
Folder 6: P Titles, 1973-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Peace," Dave Perry and Jean Perry, 1996. "Peace like a River,"  Buryl Red and Ragan Courtney, 1975. "Peace like a River," arr. Donald Moore, 1993. "Peace like a River Kum Ba Ya," arr. Jean Anne Shafferman, 1990. "Peace Today Descends from Heaven," Alessandro Grandi, arr. William Tortolano, 1974. "A Peaceful Alleluia," Jean Anne Shafferman, 1995. "Personet Hodie," Randol Alan Bass, 1991. "Powerful Name," Claire Cloninger and John Mays, arr. David Clydesdale, 1993. "Praise My Soul the King of Heaven," Lani Smith, 1992. "Praise, Praise," George F. Handel,  arr. Patrick Liebergen, 1992. "Praise the Lord," George F. Handel, arr. Hal Hopson, 1974. "Praise the Lord Alleluia,"  Walter Watson, 1973. "Praise the Lord of Harvest", David Catherwood, 1994. "Praise the Lord Who Reigns Above," arr. Alice Parker, 1991. "Praise to the Trinity," Rob Glover, 1994. "Prayers for the Church Set II," Carl Schalk, 1986. "Prepare the Royal Highway," James Laster, 1989. "Prepare Ye," Karin Thomas Shovic, 1991. "Psalm 51", Carl Nygard Jr.,1992. "Psalm 95," Patrick Liebergen, 1992. "Psalm 117," Heinz Werner Zimmermann, 1973.
Folder 7: Q-R Titles, 1972-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "A Quiet Place," Ralph Carmichael, arr. John Walters, 1994. "Redeemed," Fanny Crosby and William Kirkpatrick, 1993. "The Resurrection Morn," William Gaither, 1972. "Rise and Shine," Todd Jolly, 1992. "Rise Up Singing,"  Kirby Shaw, 1989. "Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter of Zion," Kenneth T. Kosche, 1993. "Rejoice In the Lord Always," Kenneth T. Kosche, 1993. "Rejoice, Rejoice, Believers," arr. Michael Larkin, 1994. "Rhythm of the Night," Diane Warren, arr. Alan Billingsley, 1996. "Roll the Stone Away," by Hank Beebe, 1994. " A Rose Now Blooms in Bethlehem," Mary Kay Bell and John Carter, 1992. "Rounds for Church and Sunday School," ed. Leonard Van Camp, 1976. "Run, Run, Shepherds," by Anna Laura Page, 1996.
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Folder 1: S Titles, 1927-1996Add to your cart.
Piece include: "Salvation is Created," arr. Walter Ehret, 1993. "Sanctus," Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. Geoffrey Mason, 1962. "Sanctus," Sherri Porterfield, 1991. "Satin Doll," Johnny Mercer, Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington, arr. Steve Zegree, 1996. "Satisfied," Robert E. Mulloy, 1994. "Savior Teach Me, Day By Day," John Leo Lewis, 1975. "Send Your Word,"  Thomas Keesecker, 1994. "The Shepherd Boy," G.D. Wilson and Ira B. Wilson, 1932." A Shepherds Lullaby," Mary Donnelly, arr. George L.O. Strid, 1996. "The Shining River,"  Robert Lowry, arr. Ovid Young, 1994. "Sick of the Songs of the Sea," Charles Bennett, 1996."Silent Night," arr. David Willcocks, 1987. "Silent Starry Night," Anna Laura Page, 1996. "Sing Joy, Sing Love," Judy Hunnicutt, 1975. "Sing Praise," Robert De Well, 1990. "Sing to God Alleluia," Anna Laura Page, 1991. "Sing to the Lord a New Song," Dale Grotenhuis, 1988. "Sing We Noel," arr. Robert Hunter, 1990. "Some Children See Him," Wihla Hutson and Walter Ehret, 1982. "Son of God, Which Christmas Is It," Carl Schalk, 1990. "The Snow Lay on the Ground," by Walter Ehret, 1991. "Spinning Wheel," David Clayton Thomas, arr. Kirby Shaw, 1996. "A Star A Song," Hal Hopson, 1975. "Still, Still, Still," arr. Ruth Artman, 1990. "Still, Still, Still,"  Anna Laura Page, 1992 (two copies). "Still, Still, Still," arr. John Rutter, 1994. "The Sufferings of the Present," arr. Franklin Kinsman, 1975. "Sunday Savers," Jay Althouse, 1994. "Sundown,"  Ira B. Wilson, 1927 (two copies). "Swing Low, Swing Down," arr. Steven V. Taylor, 1990.
Folder 2: T Titles, 1920-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Talk About a Child That Do Love Jesus," William Dawson, 1980. "Thank the Lord," Rene Clausen, 1976. "That First Nowell," Nancy Price and Don Besig, 1992. "Then They Will Know," Michael Card and Scott Brasher, arr. Don Wyrtzen, 1992. "There Is a Season,"  Hal Hopson, 1992. "There Is No Rose of Such Virtue," Kenneth Mahy, 1991. "There Is Room in My Heart for Thee," Greg Gilpin, 1990. "These Pages of our Lives,"  Cristi Cary Miller, 1996. "This Lonesome Valley,"  Nancy Price and Don Besig, 1993. "This Is My Father's World," Franklin Sheppard, arr. Elizabeth Meloy, 1976. "This is My Father's World," Franklin Sheppard, arr. Robert Lau, 1994. "This is the Feast of Victory," Michael Hassell, 1995. "Thou Art Great," Josquin des Pres, arr. Robert Gray, 1991. "Thou Hidden Love of God," Samuel Walter, 1975. "Three Carols," Peter Warlock, 1951. "Thy Word is a Lamp," Ronald R. Huntngton, 1975. "Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus," Louisa Stead and William Kirkpatrick, arr. John Walters, 1996. "To Crown Him King of Kings," James Culver, 1988. "Tribune Tribute," Tim Shuey, 1994. "Tudalin, Tagadin," arr. Judith Herrington and Sara Glick, 1996. "Two Carols," R. Evan Copley, 1975. "Two Part Choir," ed. Ira B. Wilson, 1920.
Folder 3: U-V Titles, 1944-1994Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Unless the Lord Builds a House,"  John Carter, 1992. "Unto Us a Child Is Born," John Carter, 1994. "La Virgen Lava Panales," arr. Robert De Cormier, 1991. The Volunteer Choir, July 1944. The Volunteer Choir,  May 1946 (two copies). The Volunteer Choir, April 1949 (two copies). The Volunteer Choir, November 1949. The Volunteer Choir,  March 1950. The Volunteer Choir, February 1966. The Volunteer Choir, April 1976. The Volunteer Choir," May 1976. The Volunteer Choir, June 1976. The Volunteer Choir, August 1976. The Volunteer Choir, September 1976. The Volunteer Choir, October 1976. The Volunteer Choir, November 1976. The Volunteer Choir, December 1976. The Volunteer Choir, January 1977. The Volunteer Choir, February 1977. The Volunteer Choir, March 1977. The Volunteer Choir, April 1977. The Volunteer Choir, May 1977.
Folder 4: W-Z Titles, 1972-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Wake Up Little Bethlehem Town," Jean Anne Shafferman,  1996. "The Walls of Zion," Anna Laura Page, 1996. "We Can,"  Kirby Shaw, 1996. "We Come as Guests Invited," Timothy Dudley-Smith and Judy Hunnicutt, 1984. "We Gather Together"  Hal Hopson, 1994. "We Have Come to Worship the Lord," John Carter, 1987. "We Sing Alleluia,"  Walt Harrah and Jack Schrader, 1993. "We Three Kings," Ruth Artman, 1990. "Welcome Song for the Baby Jesus," Margaret Tucker, 1988. "Well Done, My Child," Danny Myrick and Tony Wood, 1992. "Were You There," arr. Keith Christopher, 1994. "Were You There on That Christmas Night," Natalie Sleeth, 1976. "What Child Shall Come,"  Patrick M. Liebergren, 1996. "When in Our Music is God Glorified," Fred Pratt Green, Charles V. Stanford and Harriet Ziegenhals, 1972. "When Will We See the Little One," Saly Allbrecht and Jay Althouse, 1992. "Who Comes Riding," Fred Pratt Green and Lloyd Larson, 1996. "Who Is This,"  William Walsham How  and Donald Moore, 1994. "Who Shall Ascend," Hank Beebe, 1974. "Why Did You Come as a Child,"  Suzanne Lord, 1993. "Wonderful Son," John E. Carlson, 1990 (two copies). "Worship God with Music," Natalie Sleeth, 1991. "Yesterday," John Lennon and Paul McCartney, arr. Mac Huff, 1996. "You Did It Unto Me,"  Mark Weston, 1993. "You've Got a Friend in Me," Rany Newman, arr.Mac Huff, 1996. "Zion at Thy Shining Gates," K. Lee Scott, 1990. "Zion Sing for Joyful Song," arr. Hal Hopson, 1989.
Folder 5: Sacred Cantatas, High Feast Celebrations, and Oratorios with Annotations, 1899-1996Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Christ is Risen," Robert Hughes and Cordelia Spitzer, 1975. "Christ Victorious Easter Cantata," Roy E. Nolte, 1932 (two copies). "Behold Your King," John W. Peterson, 1960. "The Glory of Easter," John W. Peterson, 1963. "Hallelujah for the Cross," John W. Peterson, 1966. "He Lives Again Easter Choir Cantata," J.W. Kenney, 1957. In Moslem Lands Children's Day Program, Edna T. McCormick, ca. 1899. In Moslem Lands Children's Day Program (supplement), ca. 1899. "Jesus Lives," by Harold DeCou, 1976. "The Joys of Easter," Cordelia Spitzer and Roger Wilson, 1976. "No Greater Love," John W. Peterson 1958. "The Pathway of Service a Children's Cantata," Elizabeth D. Guptil and Anne Owen, 1930. "Solos for Easter," John W. Peterson, 1968. "What Child Was This," John Horman, 1996. "Young Women's Chorus," Carrie B. Adams, 1918.
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Folder 34: Secular Reading Session, 1994Add to your cart.
List of individual sheet music that can be purchased.
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Folder 1: Hymnals and Songbooks, 1906-1995Add to your cart.
By the Waters of Minnetonka, Thurlow Lieurance, 1921 (two copies). Choral Responses for Worship, Robert Lau, 1995.  Good Saint Patrick's Day, J.A. Parks, 1914 (two copies). Memorial Choir No. 2, Lorenz Publishing, ca.1906 (two copies). Men's Gospel in Song, Lorenz Publishing Co.,1934 (two copies). New Music for the Church, Agape, 1973. Official Songbook of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, arr. Henry S. Sawyer, ed. Anne Shaw Faulkner, 1921. Sacred Quartets and Trios for Ladies' Voices, J.E. Sturgis and Herbert G. Tovey, 1928 (two copies). Sacred Solos and Duets, ed. J.E. Sturgis, 1925. Treble Clef Hymns, arr. Vivian G. Tripp, undated (two copies). Young Women's Chorus, Carrie B. Adams, 1918.
Folder 2: Individual Pieces, A - C Titles, 1943-1995Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Advent Promise," Ruth Elaine Schram, 1995. "Agnus Dei," Greg Gilpin, 1995. "All Things Bright and Beautiful," arr. Joihn Leavitt, 1995. "Antiphonal Alleluia," G. Alan Smith, 1986. "Antiphonal Psalm," Hal Hopson, 1976. "Arrow and the Song, The," Mary Lynn Lightfoot, 1994. "As If We Never Said Goodbye," Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics Don Black and Christopher Hampton, 1995. "At the Dross," Ralph E. Hudson, lyrics Isaac Watts, arr. Jimbo Stevens, 1995. "Be True to Your School," Brian Wilson, arr. Jeff Funk, 1963. "Before the Lord We Bow," Gilbert M. Martin, 1995. "Bitten by the Beat," arr. Jeff Funk, 1993. "Bless the Lord, O My Soul," Nancy Hill Cobb, 1995. "Blessed Gospel, The," J. Lincoln Hall, 1943. "Carry On Wayward Son," Kerry Livgren, arr. Roger Emerson, 1994. "Christ the Lord Is Born Today," Charles Wesley, adaptation Linda Steen Spevacek, 1995. "Christians and Pagans," Melchor Vulpius, 1953. "Christma Dawning," James McKeel, 1995. "Collage," Alvin Epstein, 1974. "Come and Worship," arr. Mary McDonald, 1988. "Come Build a Church," Ken Medema, 1995. "Come, Let Us Eat," Billema Kwillia, 1995. "Come, Sing Allelu!," Stan Pethel, lyrics Russ Borchardt and Stan Pethel, 1993 (two copies). "Come Unto Me," Mary Kay Beall, 1993 (two copies). "Jesus Took the Cup," arr. Hal H. Hopson, 1993. "Cool Yule, Steve Allen, 1994. "Coram Deo," Roger Emerson, 1995 (two copies).
Folder 3: Individual Pieces, D - H Titles, 1960-1995Add to your cart.
Pieces include:"Dance, You Angels! Dance, You Saints!" Eugene Butler, 1995. "Do a Little Somethin'," Gary Fry, 1994.  "Do You Want to Dance?" arr. Kirby Shaw, 1994. "Even the Sparrow," Ronald Albrecht, 1994. "Feed My Sheep," Mildred Souers, lyrics Mary Baker Eddy, 1960. "Fire and Rain," James Taylor, arr. Roger Emerson, 1994. "Fix Me, Jesus," arr. Augustus O. Hill. "Follow Me!" arr. John Carter, 1993. "For Glory Dawns Upon You," John Karl Hirten, 1995. "Garher In Grace," Emily Crocker, 1993. "God Be In My Head," Paul Leddington Wright, 1993. "The God of Love," Theron Kirk, lyrics Johann Schuetz, 1993. "Grand Knowing You," Jerry Bock, lyrics Sheldon Harnick, arr. Pete Schmutte, 1994. "Great Is Thy Faithfulness," William M. Runyan, arr. Jack Schrader, 1993. "Hand of the Lord Is Mighty, The," Robert C. Clatterbuck, 1993. "He's a Rebel," Gene Pitney, arr. Roger Emerson, 1994. "He Is Born," arr. John F. Wilson, 1991. "He Is There!" Mary Kay Beall, 1990. "He Never Said a Mumblin" Word," Andrea Klouse, 1993. "Hear Me, Lord," Kirby Shaw, 1995. "Hero," Walter Afanasieff and Mariah Carey, arr. Carl Strommen, 1993. "His Love Endures," Jay Rouse, lyrics Randy Vader, 1994. "Hodie!" John Leavitt, 1994. "Hold On!" Michael V. Ficocelli, arr. Jack Schrader, 1989. "How Far Is It To Bethlehem?" arr. Stan Pethel, 1993. "Hurry Lord! Come Quickly!"  Lloyd Pfautsch, 1975. "Hush, My Dear," David Catherwood, 1995. "Hymn Of Promise," Natalie Sleeth,1986.
Folder 4: Individual Pieces, I - L Titles, 1964-1995Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "I Am the Resurrection and the Life!" John W. Peterson, 1964. "I Come With Joy to Meet My Lord," Carl Schalk, lyrics Brian A. Wren, 1993 (two copies). "I Hear Music," Burton Lane, lyrics Frank Loesser, arr. Mac Huff, 1994. "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," arr. Kirby Shaw, 1994. "I Shall Not Live In Vain," Michael Scott, lyrics Emily Dickinson, 1994. "I Will Sing Unto the Lord," Stan Pethel, 1993 (two copies). "Immortal, Invisible," Gordon Young. 1993. "In Dulci Jubilo," Michael Praetorius, arr. Henry Leck, 1995. "In Stable Bare," Mark Weston, 1995. "In Thee Is Gladness," Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi, arr. Carl Schalk, 1995. "Isn't It Romantic," Richard Rodgers, lyrics Lorenz Hart, arr. Teena Chinn, 1959. "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," Edmund Hamilton Sears, arr. Dede Duson, 1994. "Jesus Fed the Hungry Thousands," Hal H. Hopson, 1985. "Jesus Took the Cup," arr. Hal H. Hopson, 1993. "Kneeling at the Manger," Hank Beebe, 1995. "Kyrie Eleison," Mary Donnelly, arr. George L.O. Strid, 1995. "Let Your Peace Be Seen In Us," Stephen Walters, 1995. "Let's Turn On the Night!" Jeff Funk, 1994. "Lift Him Up Medley," arr. John Innes, 1995. "Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming," arr. Roger Emerson, 1995. "Lord's Prayer, The," Rene Clausen, 1994. "Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel," Billy Joel, arr. Mac Huff, 1993.
Folder 5: Individual Pieces, M - P Titles, 1974-1995Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Morning Prayer, A," Mary Kay Beall, 1993 (two copies). "O, Who's that Yonder?" John F. Wilson, 1976. "Of Water and the Spirit," Hank Beebe, 1993. "Oh, Won't You Sit Down?" arr. Patsy Ford Simms, 1994. "On a Night In Bethlehem," Sandra T. Ford, 1995. "On Eagle's Wings," Michael Joncas, arr, Douglas E. Wagner, 1993. "Once Upon a Time With Me," James Horner, lyrics Will Jennings, arr. Ruth Elaine Schram, 1993. "One More Mountain to Climb," Allen Koepke, 1994. "One Ship," Kathy Doran, arr. Eugene Butler, 1974. "Prepare!" Allen Pote, 1995. "Promise, The," Mary Kay Beall and John Carter, 1995. "Psalm of Quietness," John F. Wilson, arr. Jack Schrader, 1995. "Pues Si Vivimos," arr. Alice Parker, 1993.
Folder 6: Individual Pieces, Titles Q - T, 1984-1995Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "Rejoice!" Joseph M. Martin, 1995. "River Of Dreams," Billy Joel, arr. Mark Brymer, 1993. "Romeo," Dolly Parton, arr. Pete Schmutte, 1993. "Seasonal Alleluia," Volklmar Leisring, arr. Hal H. Hopson, 1993. "See, Amid the Winter's Snow," Dana Mengel, "1995. "Sing to the Lord With Joy!" John Carter, 1984. "So We Come to Find the Child," Mary Kay Beall, 1993 (two copies). "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child," Roger Emerson, 1994. "Speak To Me, My Lord," Roger Emerson, 1993. "Springs's Song," Bob Burroughs, lyrics Christina Rossetti, 1993. "Star-Led and Wonder Bound," Mary Kay Beall, 1995. "Surely He Will Care for Me," John Carter, 1984. "Sweet Music Fills the World," Paul Butterworth, 1995. " Takin' Care Of Business," Randy Bachman, arr. Mac Huff, 1994. "To Know Him Is To Love Him," Phil Spector, arr. Roger Emerson, 1994. "Turn Around, Look At Me," Jerry Capehart, arr. Ruth Elaine Schram, 1993.
Folder 7: Individual Pieces, T - V Titles, 1968-1995Add to your cart.
Pieces include: Three Early American Christmas Settings, 1968: "I. We Sing Our Saviour's Birth," John Stepheson, arr. Carlton R. Young; "II. Sounding Joy," Isaac Watts, arr. Carlton R. Young: "III. Star In the East," arr. Carlton R. Young. "To Thy Table, Lord," Hugh S. Livingston, Jr., 1993. Two Communion Anthems, 1974: "O Lord, Help Us Know," Carlton Young; "Author of Life Divine," Charles Wesley, arr. Carlton Young.Two Sacred Poems, 1995: "I. Christmas Day," Robert H. Young, lyrics Gerard Manley Hopkins; "II. Easter Day," Robert H. Young, lyrics Gerard Manley Hopkins. "Upon the Road to Bethlehem," John Carter, 1995.
Folder 8: Individual Pieces, W - Z Titles, 1964-1993Add to your cart.
Pieces include: "We Are the People of God," John Carter, lyrics Mary Kay Beall, 1993 (two copies). "We're Marching to Zion!" Robert Lowry, lyrics Isaac Watts and Robert Lowry, arr. John Carter, 1992. "What Makes the Wind Blow?" Richard Avery and Donald Marsh, arr. Carlton Young, 1972. "When I Kneel At the Manger Tonight," Mary Kay Beall, 1987. "Who Can I Turn To?" Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, arr. Jay Althouse, 1964. "Winter Light," Zbigniew Preisner, Linda Ronstadt, and Eric Kaz, arr. Jackie O'Neill, 1993. "Yippi Ti Yi Yo," Kim Morrison and Ronnie Godfrey, arr. Roger Emerson, 1993.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Hymnals and Songbooks, 1933-1962Add to your cart.
Favorite Hymns, J.E. Sturgis, ed. (Cincinnati, OH: The Standard Publishing Co., 1933). Happy Day (Birmingham, AL: Stamps Quartet Music Company, Inc., 1962). Men's Gospel in Song (Dayton, OH: Lorenz Publishing Co., 1934).
Folder 17: Songbooks, 1913-1944Add to your cart.
Radio Songs and Choruses of the Gospel, Wendell P. Loveless and Robert C. Loveless (Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdman's Publishing Company, 1944). The Redemption, Marie M. Hine (Chicago: Geo. F. Rosche & Co., 1913).
Folder 18: Songbooks, 1910-1918Add to your cart.
The Women's Chorus, E.S. Lorenz and E.L. Ashford, eds. (Dayton, OH: Lorenz Publishing Company, 1910), 2 copies. Young Women's Chorus, Carrie B. Adams (Dayton, OH: Lorenz Publishing Company, 1918).

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