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REMARKS:Response from the Southern Oregon Libraries Information Cooperative, concerning the significance of the black cat as an emblem in the lumber industry. This response includes a memorandum from Melissa Sorenson, Marketing Manager - Communications, outlining the history of Copeland Lumber Corporation's adoption of the black cat logo. The last paragraph of the Memorandum begins: "A similar cat was part of [an] emblem representing the 'Hoo-Hoo' Club - an organization representing the lumber industry that began in 1892." [The black cat is also used as a symbol for the Hoo-Hoo-ettes, an organization of women in the lumber industry].
|Title||Reply to research query concerning black cats as a symbol in the timber industry|
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