Fanny Crosby's Story of Ninety-four Years
This little book has been written in loving appreciation of one whom I knew intimately for many years, and whose hymns I have sung since baby-days. No attempt has been made to present a critical study of Frances Jane Crosby, but simply to retell the life of the Sightless Singer as she, herself, told it to me on various occasions when visiting my home. - p. 11.
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