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New York Folklore Quarterly, Vol. XVI, No. 3, Autumn 1960

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NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. XVI, No. 3, Autumn, 1960

CONTENTS


President’s Page
  162

The Lightbulb Angel

George R. Clay
163

Nat Foster: Hunter

Charles Atwell and Marvin A. Rapp
174

The Little Red Schoolhouse

Helen Ives Lyon
179

Condemned to the Noose

Charles A. Huguenin
187

Daybook for Two

Erica R. Davies
197

Wolfe’s Use of Folklore

Leslie A. Field
203

THE GLORY HOLE
   

The Laziest Man in Pike

Robert M. French
216

Shoo-Fly

Donald J. Sawyer
217

The Money-Diggers of Niagara County

Julia Hull Winner
221

Identifying Mother Ann Lee’s Picture

Eugene F. Kramer
226

FOR YOUNGER READERS
   

Folk Tales for Children: A Bibliography

Barbara K. Walker
227

Upstate, Downstate

B. A. Botkin and
W. G. Tyrrell
234

Contributors
  240





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