|Statement||edited, with an introd., by B. A. Botkin.|
|LC Classifications||F128.36 .B67 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 492 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||492|
|LC Control Number||76043977|
At the Museum of the City of New York, he curated the exhibition Folk City, on view until January 10th, , and was co-author of the show's accompanying book, with historian Ronald D. Cohen. Petrus has published essays on twentieth-century U.S. urban and cultural by: 4. Because the New York Folklore Society has always tried to “give folklore back to the people,” the editors decided to divide the edited volume into sections about life processes that all New York state residents share. The book begins with five essays on various aspects of folk cultural memory: personal, family, community, and historical. Signed by the author, this vintage copy of New York City Folklore by B.A. Botkin is a treasure trove of stories about the world's most popular city. Illustrated with print and photograph reproductions, the book also has decorative endpapers depicting New York City scenes. The vintage book would make a great gift for the New York City enthusiast and an interesting decor accent in a home or. Add tags for "New York City folklore: legends, tall tales, anecdotes, stories, sagas, heroes and characters, customs, traditions and sayings". Be the first. Similar Items.
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