The Junto Volume 2 Number 5 
Lenore Preece
Year :
October 1929          
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Chapbook (8.5 x 11, loose sheets)
Pages : 21 pages
(4 consist of Mailing List and comments)

Cover art : None
Illustrations : None
The Junto Volume 2 Number 5
Other editions: None


Comment in "The Commentary"
Comment on the Mailing List
Non-REH Content
"To Junkets" (Keats) by Hillary Daihl (poem)
"This Business of Dollar Chasing" by Harold Preece
"The Commentary" by Clyde Smith, Katherine Preece, Booth Mooney Hildon Collins, Bob Howard, Harold Preece, Norbert P. Sydow, Truett Vinson
"The Dark Days" by Lenore Preece (poem)
"Hello!" by Tevis Clyde Smith
"The Years" by John Doughty (poem)
"New Orleans Sketches" by Truett Vinson
"Dirge of Prayer" by Katherine Preece
"Modern Religious Art" by Hillary Daihl
"Predestined" by Alvin P. Bradford
"Flashback" by Tevis Clyde Smith
"The Harpist to His Lady" by Dorothy Ford (poem)
"The Well of Loneliness" by R. Hall
"Christian Condemnation" by Booth Mooney (poem)
Intimate Scenes from the Private Lives of Juntites: "Booth Mooney in Bed" by Katherine Preece (drawing)
"Odyl" by Louise Preece (poem)
"Through Colorado" by Truett Vinson
"The Garden of My Heart" by Dorothy Ford (poem)
"Which Portrays the Life of a Genius" by Lenore Preece
"Transitory" – Unsigned (poem)
Comments on the Mailing List by Harold Preece, Louise Preece, Katherine Preece, Dorothy Ford, Alvin P. Bradford, Truett Vinson, Clyde Smith, Bob Howard, J.M. Slay, and "The Adolescent Gibbers" by Booth Mooney
THE JUNTO was a literary travelogue circulated from member to member on its mailing list with each member adding some content.