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New York Folklore Quarterly, Vol. XIII, No. 4, Winter 1957

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NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. XIII, No. 4, Winter, 1957
CONTENTS


President’s Page
  240

The Amazing Fox Sisters

Charles A. Huguenin
241

A Ballad for Jenny Lind

Henry Noble MacCracken
277

Grandad Raises a Pole

Robert Anderson
279

The Hermit of the Mill

Julia Hull Winner
284

Granny of the Granny Road

Kate W. Strong
286

A Whiskey Cargo and John Wilkes Booth


Marvin A. Rapp
288

NEIGHBORS
   

The Unconventional Ghosts

Eidola Jean Bourgaize
295

The Vanes of Boston

George F. Weston, Jr.
300

JUNIOR LORE
   

Some Ulster Fly-Leaf Rhymes and Games

Alf Evers
304

Books for Younger Readers
  310

DEPARTMENTS
   

Upstate, Downstate

W. G. Tyrrell and B. A. Botkin
311

The Editor’s Bookshelf
  318

Contributors
 
320





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