Coffin, Tristram Potter; Cohen, Henning. Folklore from the Working Folk of America [SIGNED]; Selected and Edited by Tristram Potter Coffin and Hennig Cohen from the leading journals and archives of folklore. Garden City: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1973. First Edition. ISBN: 9780385038744. 
Stated first edition. Signed by both authors.
Fine gray and russet cloth hardcover, 6 x 8 1/2 inches, xxxviii., 464 clean pp. Very good dust jacket with some edge-wear, thin chip top of spine, now in a clear wrapper.
Inscribed to Charles, and signed "Henning," and in a different hand, "Tris." This from the collection of Charles Lee, the noted Philadelphia radio journalist, bookman, and professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania. Signed copies are uncommon.
"Hunter, rat conjuror, bullfighter, nurse, midwife, preacher, student, boat pilot, outlaw, and many other of America's romantic occupations fill this collection of folklore. Evolving from and around American working folk, this wealth of lore encompasses folk literature, folk-life, and folk speech, with twenty-seven folk melodies and a complete section of tales about legendary figures including Casey Jones, Daniel Boone, and Johnny Appleseed." - publisher.