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Revue des traditions populaires

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Revue des traditions populaires, 1886-1919. 34 tomes In-8 (I-XXXIV), Paris, Société des traditions populaires au Musée d’ethnographie du Trocadéro. Tables : 1886-1895 (I-X)

Founded in 1886 by Paul Sébillot, the Revue des traditions populaires was the organ of the Société des traditions populaires (1885). It barely survived its founder and disappeared in 1919, one year after his death. The journal’s offices were located at the Musée d’ethnographie du Trocadéro. After thirty-four volumes, it merged in 1920 with the Revue d’ethnographie et de sociologie (1910-1914) to become the Revue d’ethnographie et des traditions populaires (1920-1929).

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Gallica. Bibliothèque nationale de France.
The journal was digitized by the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF), from the CRBC collection, as part of the BNF/BEROSE convention.