Title: A History of the Reformed Church in ...
Publisher: Philadelphia: Reformed Church Publication Board, 1876
Publication Date: 1876
104 p. This history was presented in two discourses given at the church on the occasion of the centennial of the Declaration of Independence, and was published "by request." Van Horne apparently was the pastor of the church. The book includes an engraving of the first church building in 1847. 18mo (6" x 4"), brown hard cover, gilt title on spine, cloth worn and loose at spine, worn at extremities, interior fine. There is some handwriting on the free endpapers but is very faded and all but illegible. Bookseller Inventory # 50125DVH
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