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Thank You, New York Folklore Society Supporters!


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John and Lynn Aber, Dan Berggren, Gabrielle Berlinger, Robert D. Bethke, Daniel and Sharon Brennan, Warren F. Broderick, Simon J. Bronner, Elizabeth A. Burbach, Karen Park Canning, Varick A. Chittenden, William M. Clements, Helen Condon, Joe Crookston, Todd DeGarmo, Alden (Joe) and Gay Doolittle, Leila and Philip Durkin, Lynn Case Ekfelt, Susan Eleuterio, Dolores N. Elliott, Eniko Farkas, Wanda Fischer, Ellen H. Fladger, Rachael Forman, Sean Galvin, Helen Ghiradella, Ann Githler, Robert Godfried, Ann F. Green, Hanna Griff-Sleven, Nancy Groce, Eric J. Hamilton, Gabrielle Hamilton, Lee Haring, Susan I. Hengelsberg, Joseph Hickerson, Robert J. Hoffnung, Karen B. Johnson, Maria Kennedy, Robert J. Kent, James Kimball, B. Madaha Kinsey-Lamb, Rena Kosersky, Lise, Korson, Jonathan Kruk, Alice Lai and Eric Ball, Laura A. Lee, Joan Studer Levine, Marsha MacDowell, Nicole Macotsis, Elena Martinez, Kaitlin McClure, Edward McGraw, Ellen McHale, Phyllis S. McNeill, Daniel M. Milner, Steady Moono, Christopher Mule, Leslie Ogan, Thomas Pena, Preston E. Pierce, Stanley and Christina Ransom, Paul Rosenberg, David Ruch, Linda Russell, Suzanne Samelson, Jessica Schein, Joseph Sciorra, Cindy and Robert Skala, David B. Smingler, Nancy Solomon, Naomi Sturm, Constance Sullivan-Blum, Elizabeth Tucker, Kay Turner, Tom van Buren, Michael Vandow, Brenda Verardi, Mary Ward, Daniel Franklin Ward, Robert Wright

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American University, Arizona State University, Arkansas State University, Arts Mid-Hudson, ArtsWestchester, Bloomsburg University, Brandeis University, Brooklyn College, Brown University, C. W. Post Center, Cardiff University, Cayuga County Community College, Cleveland Public Library, College of St. Rose, College of William and Mary, Colorado College, Columbia University, Crandall Public Library, Duanesburg Jr./ Sr. High School, Duke University, East Carolina University, East Meadow Public Library, Elmira College, Etnologinen Osasto, Georg August Universitaet, George Mason University, Hartwick College, Harvard College, Hofstra University, Humanities (Buffalo, New York), The Huntington Library, Indiana University, Jefferson Community College, Library of Congress, Louisiana State University, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Bibliotheque, Marshall University, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Miami University Library, Michigan State University, Mid Country Public Library, Middlebury College, New York University, Newberry Library, Northwestern State University, New York State Historical Association, New York State Library, Ohio University, Onondaga County Public Library, Pennsylvania State Harrisburg, Princeton University, Rochester Public Library, Saugerties Public Library, Schenectady County Public Library, Skidmore College, St. …

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