New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1924. First edition. 227; 265pp. Red cloth boards with glassine wrappers. The top edges of the text blocks have the publisher's green dye. Other edges deckled. Both volumes housed in custom red cloth folding boxes, and then housed together in custom red cloth and red bonded leather slipcase. The books are in very good condition, with very lightly bumped and rubbed extremities. There are several stains and light scratches on the boards of volume 2. Pages 208 and 209 of this volume are mildly soiled. The glassine wrappers are in very good condition. Chipped edges. The folding boxes are lightly rubbed. There is light staining to one of them. The slipcase is in very good condition, with minor edge wear. Item #33509
Cited on p. 95 of Lafcadio Hearn: A Bibliography of His Writings by P. D. and Ione Perkins. Subjects include New Orleans Superstitions, The Creole Patois, Nightmare Legends, Utilization of Human Remains, and more.