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Looking Glass

The Swedes have brought with them to many Swedish settlements, especially in Minnesota and Wisconsin, the native fancy that a girl must not look into the glass after dark by the aid of any artificial light, under pain of forfeiting all power over the other sex.

Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William S. Walsh, 1892.