Publications of The Texas Folk-Lore Society. Number IV.

Austin: The Texas Folk-Lore Society, 1925. 133pp, illus. Printed paper covers. Minor edge fading, else clean and very good. John Jenkins says of this series that it is the most comprehensive assemblage of folklore relating to Texas, as well as being one of the longest series of books published in that great state. Over the years dozens of leading Texas authors have contributed to the journals which include some of Dobie's best writing. One of the longer articles in this issue is Spanish Songs of New Mexico (With Music), additional articles on A Mexican Popular Ballad and Verses of the Texas Vaqueros by Dobie himself. Item #19197

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