Bibliographical query

Stephen Goranson goranson at DUKE.EDU
Thu Feb 2 11:05:16 UTC 2006

 From a quick look at this volume and its Introduction and Contributors section
(p. 447 Daniel Mershon Garrison), as well as the first volume of Folk-Say
(1929), I get the impression that "A Song of the Pipeline" makes its first
appearance here, in 1930.

Stephen Goranson

Quoting "Cohen, Gerald Leonard" <gcohen at UMR.EDU>:

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> Would anyone be able to locate the date of the following work:
> Daniel M. Garrison: "A Song of the Pipline." It's mentioned in B.A.
> Botkin's 1930 edited book: _Folk-say: A Regional Miscellany_  (Norman
> OK: U. of Oklahoma Press), pp. 105-111.
>   The item is relevant for the study of "loose as a goose," for which
> I've prepared an article to be published, and it would be helpful to
> have the exact date of Garrison's item. (Botkin doesn't give it.)
>    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
> Gerald Cohen

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