Books Booklet, "Waiting for the Morning and Other Poems" by Horatio Gates Spafford

Format Books
Contributors American Colony (Jerusalem)
Revell, F. H.
Spafford, Horatio Gates
Dates 1878
Location Chicago
United States
Language English
Subjects Hymns
Lee, Margaret W. Spafford, C.
Sacred Poetry
Spafford, Horatio G.
Booklet, "Waiting for the Morning and Other Poems" by Horatio Gates Spafford
Contributor Names
American Colony (Jerusalem)
Revell, F. H. (Publishing director)
Spafford, Horatio Gates, 1828-1888 (Author)
Created / Published
F. H. Revell, Chicago, Illinois, 1878
Subject Headings
-  Hymns
-  Sacred poetry
-  Spafford, Horatio G., 1828-1888
-  Lee, Margaret W. Spafford, c. 1830-1891
-  Pamphlets
-  United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
-  Copyright 1878 by F. H. Revell, Publisher of Evangelical Literature, 148 and 149 Madison St., Chicago. Printed by Ottawa & Company, Printers, Chicago. Printed pamphlet, 53 pp.
-  Contains Spafford poems adapted as verse for sacred hymns. Contains 20 poems based on Biblical citations, including "Waiting for the Morning," "The Word of the Lord," "Redemption Draweth Nigh," "How Long O Lord?," "Temperance Hymn," the Spafford classic "It is Well With My Soul" (p. 44), based on John 15:16, and others.
-  Concludes with advertisement for "Twenty Reasons for Believing that the Second Coming of the Lord is Near" by Horatio Gates Spafford, a 24 pp. pamphlet from the same publisher.
-  Bookplate from the Library of Bertha Spafford Vester and Frederick Vester, The American Colony, Jerusalem. Title page signed by H. G. Spafford [author] and Margaret Lee [original owner of the pamphlet, American Colony member, and sister of H. G. Spafford], with hand-penciled revisions in the poems by H. G. Spafford.
pamphlet 6" x 4 5/8" closed
Call Number
Part I, Box 1, Folder 15: American Colony Jerusalem
Source Collection
American Colony in Jerusalem Collection
Manuscript Division
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