Talk:Folk-Lore

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The subpage structure seems fine, but the title could be extended to distinguish it from Folk-Lore Journal and anything else with a similar name. Something like Folk-Lore, A Quarterly Review for the volumes "[Incorporating The Archælogical Review and The Folk-Lore Journal.]" I uploaded vol 4 and 5

cygnis insignis 08:43, 19 October 2010 (UTC)
{{header
 | title      = [[../]] 
 | author     = 
 | translator = 
 | section    =  Number 3 (September)
Cinderella in Britain. [[Author:Joseph Jacobs|Joseph Jacobs]].
 | previous   = [[../Bibliography (June)|Bibliography (June)]]
 | next       = [[../Balochi Tales, III|Balochi Tales, III]].
 | notes      = 
}}

<pages index="Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 4, 1893.djvu" from=277 to=292 />
{{smallrefs}}

I'm trying it this way for Vol. 4. The result is Folk-Lore. Volume 4/Cinderella in Britain. Note that the sections at the end of each 'Number' are disambiguated by the month. cygnis insignis 15:30, 23 October 2010 (UTC)

I created Template:Folk-Lore scan indexes. 07:28, 29 October 2010 (UTC)