The first and highest credit is due to the founder and beginner of the Bulletin, John H. McFadden, Jr., who on July 4, 1917 commenced it with a hundred copies printed on the mimeographe and the sub-editor so little appreciated the greatness of the idea that it was with deep though unuttered protests that the cliché was made on the typewriter. The idea of a periodical that would give and exchange news between sections was so popular from the start that when, with the tenth number, Mr. McFadden was obliged to go away for his health, the publication continued regularly until March 22, 1919. AFSB, April, 1919)

1917

No. 1---July 4
No. 2---July 11
No. 3---July 18
No. 4---July 25
No. 5---Aug 1
No. 6---Aug 8
No. 7---Aug 15
No. 8---Aug 23
No. 9---Sep 1
No. 10---Sep 8
No. 11---Sep 15
No. 12---Sep 22
No. 13---Sep 29
No. 14---Oct 6
No. 15---Oct 13
No. 16---Oct 20
No. 17---Oct 27

No. 18---Nov 3
No. 19---Nov 10
No. 20---Nov 17
No. 21---Nov 24
No. 22---Dec 1
No. 23---Dec 8

No. 24---Dec 15
No. 25---Dec 22
No. 26---Dec 29

1918

No. 27---Jan 5
No. 28---Jan 12
No. 29---Jan 26
No. 30---Feb 2
No. 31---Feb 9
No. 32---Feb 16
No. 33---Feb 23

No. 34---Mar 2
No. 35---Mar 9
No. 36---Mar 16
No. 37---Mar 23
No. 38---Mar 30
No. 39---Apr 6
No. 40---Apr 13
No. 41---Apr 20
No. 42---Apr 27
No. 43---May 4
No. 44---May 11

No. 45---May 18
No. 46---May 25
No. 47---Jun 1
No. 48---Jun 8
No. 49---Jun 15
No. 50---Jun 22
No. 51---Jun 29
No. 52---Jul 6

No. 53---Jul 14
No. 54---Jul 21
No. 55---Jul 28
No. 56---Aug 3
No. 57---Aug 10
No. 58---Aug 17

No. 59---Aug 24
No. 60---Aug 31
No. 61---Sep 7
No. 62---Sep 14
No. 63---Sep 21
No. 64---Sep 28
No. 65---Oct 5
No. 66---Oct 12
No. 67---Oct 19
No. 68---Oct 26
No. 69---Nov 2
No. 70---Nov 9
No. 71---Nov 16

No. 72---Nov 23
No. 73---Nov 30
No. 74---Dec 7
No. 75---Dec 14-21
No. 76---Dec 28

1919

No. 77---Jan 7
No. 78---Jan 14
No. 79---Jan 21
No. 80---Jan 28
No. 81---Feb 4
No. 82---Feb 18
No. 83---Mar 1
No. 84---Mar 3
No. 85---Mar 15
No. 86---Mar 22
No. 87---April


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