Fisher, George P. The Reformation. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890.
Dark green cloth, bright gilt spine titles, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, light fraying to spine ends, xxxiv., 620 clean pp., publisher's catalogue, tight. Ex Bible college library, clean spine, 2 computer labels and an unused lending slip on the front end papers, round emboss stamp on tp. 1890 owner's signature also on tp. Good. Hardcover. 
George Park Fisher (1827-1909), Yale historian and theologian who helped adapt New England Congregationalism to nineteenth-century romanticism, scholarship, and science. Fisher studied divinity at Auburn, Andover, and Yale and then spent two years in Germany acquainting himself with its theological innovations and historical research methods. After returning to America (1854), he became professor of divinity, pastor of Yale’s college church, and professor of church history (1861-1901). He was third president of the American Society of Church History (1896-97). – Moorehead, Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith.