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The Bulletin: A Monthly Journal Devoted to Hoo-Hoo

The Bulletin: A Monthly Journal Devoted to Hoo-Hoo was a journal for the Concatenated Order of Hoo-Hoo, a fraternal society associated with the lumber trade.

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Ths Hoo-Hoo society began in 1892, and the Bulletin appears to have begun publishing around 1896. It appears to have run until about 1921. It was succeeded by the Log and Tally (which we list separately).

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