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"High on the peaks, deep in the hollows of the Southern mountains live some of the last natural people left in America, and around and upon them press supernatural matters not to be found anywhere else . . . "—Manly Wade Wellman a note from his book. Eleven tales of John-the-Baladeer. [2058 copies printed]. Signed twice by the author; signed and inscribed to a bookseller on the title-page, and once on a pasted in sticker—possibly a Gerry de la Ree copy, as he was one of the first persons to send out blank stickers to authors for their signatures. A terrific Lee Brown Coye, d.j., illustration. Four nubbed corners and a little color rubbed off rear d.j., panel—about an inch; the usual rubbing to the d.j., at the head and heel. Appears to've been a Lloyd Currey copy with his pencilled numeration. A bright-just-short-of-fine copy, in like d.j.