Thomas William Hubbard (1845-?) was born in Coldwater, Michigan. He spent time in Boston and New York training in music and settled in Union City, Michigan. With his wife Elizabeth Field Hubbard (1844-?), he was active as a music teacher, holding conventions and Normals throughout the region. Those activities included teaching vocal music at the Western Normal Musical Institute in Gallon, Ohio; music convention in New Ross, Indiana; and the Musical institute in Lowell, Michigan. He wrote many songs for these events and, with his wife, compiled the collection “Hubbard’s Success.”
All are mixed chorus unless noted; some contain divisi.