Morgan Library Ghost Stories

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NOTES ON THE CONTRIBUTORS
HERBERT CAHOON is the Robert H. Taylor Curator Emeritus of Autograph Manuscripts at the Morgan Library.
INGE DUPONT is Supervisor of the Reading Room at the Morgan Library.
MARK FARRELL is Curator of the Robert H. Taylor Collection in the Princeton University Library, where Belle da Costa Greene began her career as a librarian.
JANET ING FREEMAN formerly Librarian of the Scheide Library, Princeton, now lives in London, within sight of Dibdin's church.
LIRAN LUDELEY is the pseudonym of an Assistant Curator who worked in the Drawings and Prints Department of the Morgan Library during the tenure of Miss Felice Stampfle. She now lives in Venice and Texas.
RHODA MANSBACH is a Scottish writer of short stories. She worked in the Cataloguing Department at the Morgan Library for two years and now lives in Iowa.
HOPE MAYO is Associate Curator of Printed Books at the Morgan Library.
RICHARD PRIEST was Supervisor of the Reading Room and Acting Curator of Early Printed Books at the Morgan Library.
J. RIGBIE TURNER is the Mary Flagler Gary Curator of Music Manuscripts and Books at the Morgan Library.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • List of Illustrations 6
  • Introduction 7
  • Morgan Library Ghost Stories 17
  • Old Macgregor: A Tale of Hallowe'En 19
  • Lily Hodge 33
  • Lex Talionis 40
  • Author's Note 57
  • The Ballad of the Belle 58
  • The Clergyman's Bargain 65
  • Non Furtum Facies Richard Priest 80
  • Bibliographical Note 86
  • Slide Lecture Liran Ludeley 87
  • Notes on the Contributors 105
  • Colophon 107
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