Dr. Hector Lee (1908-1992) came from Chico State University to Sonoma State University at its inception. He was a nationally known authority on western folklore and a true teller of tall tales. Dr. Lee's papers are in the Sonoma State University Special Collections and document Dr. Lee's involvement with the folklore community at large and his activities in recording the folklore of Sonoma, Marin, Mendocino, and Lake counties.
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- Santa Rosa; Sonoma
|20 tales of California||Anecdotes|
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|Heroes, villains, and ghosts||Legends|
|Lore of our land||Folklore|
|Tales of California from the histor ...||Anecdotes|
|The Bodega War||Social life and customs|
|The three Nephites||Nephites|
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