The Junto Volume II Number 2 
Lenore Preece
Year :
July 1929          
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Chapbook (8.5 x 11, loose sheets)
Pages : 20 pages
(3 consist of Mailing List and comments)

Cover art : None
Illustrations : None
 The Junto Volume II Number 2
Other editions: None


"Hate’s Dawn" (poem)
"The King and the Mallet" (poem)
"Singing in the Wind" (poem)
Non-REH Content
"The Moths" by Booth Mooney
"The Junto"by Lenore Preece (editorial)
"The Monotony of Being Good" by John Doughty
"Women" by Harold Preece
"Sic Transit" by Orus Mooney (poem)
"An Open Letter to Texas' Governor" by Truett Vinson
"Spirit of God" by Booth Mooney
"Sonnets on the Recognition of the Vatican" – Unsigned
"Fragment" by Booth Mooney (poem)
"To Franz Schubert" by Harold Preece (poem)
"To an Evangelist" by Booth Mooney
"On the Death of a Great Juntite" by Lenore Preece
"Faith" by Orus Mooney (poem)
Comments on the Mailing List by Louise Preece, Katherine Preece, Harold Preece, Truett Vinson, Norbert P. Sydow, Booth Mooney, Maxine Ervin, and Hildon V. Collins
THE JUNTO was a literary travelogue circulated from member to member on its mailing list with each member adding some content.
First appearance: "Singing in the Wind," "Hate’s Dawn," and "The King and the Mallet"