1858-1909
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November 8, 1909, Springfield, Massachusetts.

Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, Massachusetts.

Currier, a friend and distant cousin of Fanny Crosby, was a well known concert singer before deciding to devote her energy to Gospel music. She was a member of the Clarendon Street Baptist Church in Boston, Massachusetts until around 1904, when she moved to Springfield, Massachusetts, and became associated with the Rescue Mission there. After her death, R. B. Currier in Springfield published a memorial edition of her songs.

  1. As Thou Wilt
  2. Do Come Today
  3. God Bless and Keep You
  4. Jesus Did It All
  5. Jesus Is Our Captain
  6. Jesus Saves and Keeps
  7. Joy Is Mine
  8. Lean Hard on the Savior
  9. Lord, What Wilt Thou Have Me To Do?
  10. Mother’s Call, The
  11. Nearer Still, My Savior
  12. O, Hail Him
  13. One Day Nearer Home
  14. Onward, Soldiers in the Army
  15. Open the Door of Thy Heart
  16. Press Toward the Mark
  17. Salvation for All
  18. Step by Step
  19. There Is But One
  20. Wonderful Jesus
  1. Lord Is My Shepherd, The