Keene, New Hampshire: Ralph Page. 17 non-consecutive issues include Volume 2 Numbers 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11 and Volume 3 Numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 36-40 pp. per issue. Stapled illustrated wraps (one issue intact without staples, another with two hole punches), varying colors on covers. Typed and reproduced (mimeographed) on different color papers, printed on rectos and versos. Drawings and sketches throughout, with articles, biographical sketches, folklore, dance event reports, festival announcements, notes, letters, scores, recipes, and the occasional advertisement. Overall VG+ (edgewear, some brittle pages).
Ralph Page (1903-1985) attended Dartmouth College and became one of the leading dance callers of his time, an authority on New England Country Dancing, and an important figure in the history of traditional dance in America (see Guide to the Ralph Page Manuscript Collection at University of New Hampshire). According to www.squaredancehistory.org, Page single-handedly published 165 mimeographed issues of his Northern Junket magazine (1949-1984), which contained folk songs and recipes as well as directions and tunes for squares and contras.
A few scattered issues in commerce, and early print editions like the ones here from Volumes 2 and 3 only appear in four libraries according to OCLC (New Hampshire, Vermont, Brown, Kentucky). . Item #812