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Revue du traditionnisme français et étranger (1906-1914)

Coordinated by Christelle Ventura -

IIAC-LAHIC, Paris

Founded by Paul de Froment de Beaurepaire (aka De Beaurepaire-Froment) in 1906, the Revue du traditionnisme français et étranger Mensuel illustré. Avec la bibliographie des provinces de France followed on from La Tradition, and was to include 9 volumes. De Beaurepaire-Froment began his participation on La Tradition in 1900. In 1906, Henri Carnoy sold the rights to the journal and Beaurepaire-Froment named his new journal Traditionnisme français et étranger but kept the numbering of La Tradition from 1900, the date on which he began his participation.

Keywords: Folklore | First quarter of the 20th century | Folk traditions | Journals and periodicals