Frost, Henry Weston. Songs of Life: Verses for Christians. New York: Loizeaux Brothers , 1932. First Edition. 
Very good linen hardcover with brown spine titles, 5 x 7 1/2, 120 clean pp., tight, gift bookplate from the Bible Memory Association on the ffep. No dj. Hardcover.
Poems or hymns, words only.
Written from Princeton, Henry Weston Frost (1858-1945) was graduated with a degree in engineering, and was a "well-to-do owner of mills and gas utilities in Attica, New York."
Frost was an enthusiastic supporter of foreign missions, and a prime mover behind a branch of the China Inland Mission in Toronto. Frost and his family lived in Toronto, often on meager means, and were able to support some 600 missionaries in China. This headquarters was moved to Philadelphia in 1901. Frost was a contributor to The Fundamentals with his essay, What Missionary Motives Should Prevail? (1915). He retired in 1930, and this book of songs contains the reflections of one who for decades dedicated his life to support world evangelism.