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New York Folklore Quarterly, Vol. VI, No. 3, Autumn 1950

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NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. VI, No. 3, Autumn, 1950
CONTENTS

President’s Page 130 Editor’s Page 131

ARTICLES
   

Italian Werewolves

Louis C. Jones
133

The Spit and Whittle Club at Dryden

Elizabeth Sadd
138

The Lore of the Building Trade

Ellen S. Lawrence
143

The Flying Nightmares

Sam Keith
154

GLORY HOLE
   

Northeastern and Western Square Dances

Catherine Welch
160

A Vampire of Seneca Lake

George Alfred Hazen
164

Aunt Carrie and the Hop-Pickers

Neil van Allen
165

DEPARTMENTS
   

Neighbors: Lore of Lake County, Ohio

Carolyn Miller
168

Upstate, Downstate

B. A. Botkin and
W. G. Tyrrell
195

Book Reviews: Speck’s Midwinter Rites of the Cayuga Long House

Arthur C. Parker
206

Contributors
 
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