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New York Folklore Quarterly, Vol. XII, No. 1, Spring 1956

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NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. XII, No. 1, Spring 1956
CONTENTS


President’s Page
  2

Three Eyes on the Past

Louis C. Jones
3

The Dover Money Club

Kenneth Scott
14

Easter Eggs in the Triple Cities

Edith E. Cutting
21

Long-Lost Friend

Earl F. Robacker
25

Shelter Island Hoax

Charles A. Huguenin
32

The Legend of the Serpent

Harry S. Douglas
37

The Bull: A Folk Narrative

Gilbert Hagerty
43

Notes on Ship and Shore

Jeannette Edwards Rattray
54

Some Lore of Lawyersville

Jared van Wagenen, Jr.
61

An Old Hotel Register

Herbert A. Wisbey, Jr.
61

Greetings to Harold W. Thompson
  68

Editor’s Bookshelf
  70

Upstate, Downstate

B. A. Botkin and
W. G. Tyrrell
72

Among the Contributors
 
79





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