Eugene M. Bartlett

BARTLETT, Eugene Monroe Sr. b. Waynesville, Missouri, 24 December 1885; d. Siloam Springs, Arkansas, 25 January 1941. Bartlett received his education at the Hall-Moody Institute in Martin, Tennessee, and at the William Jewell Academy, Independence, Missouri (1913-14). He served as president of the Hartford Music Company, in Hartford, Arkansas (1918-35), publishing songbooks and editing the company’s music magazine, Herald of Song. He was associated later with the Stamps-Baxter Publications* in Dallas, Texas, and the James D. Vaughan Music Company in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee (see James D. Vaughan*). In addition to his publishing work, Bartlett was a well-known gospel singer, composer, and...

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