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1Author:  Machado y Alvarez, Antonio, 1846-1893.Requires cookie*
 Title:  Spanish poems, ballads and proverbs 1846-1893 ead 
 Date(s):  1846-1893 
 Abstract:  Approximately 385 handwritten leaves of poems, ballads and proverbs from Spain, which were collected by Antonio Machado y Alvarez, in the late nineteenth century. The largest grouping is Poesia popular, coplas, refranes; his titles on the other sections are Buenaven[turas?], Miscelaneas, Oldivnan[za?], Supersticione[s], Coplas, Tradiciones, Romances popular[es], and Juegos infantiles. They may have been materials for the 11-volume work he edited, Biblioteca de las Tradiciones Populares Españoles. Also included is a printed four-page leaflet entitled, "Exposición," 1885, discussing the Professor Machado y Alvarez, his work, folklore societies in Spain, and the importance of folklore in general. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Folklore -- Spain -- Sources. 
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