Documentary Editing: Tables of Content

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Introduction | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008

March 1979, Volume 1, Number 1

  • Letter from the President, Arthur S. Link
  • How and Why ADE Was Born
  • A New Generation of Editors, Lester J. Cappon
  • The Vicissitudes of Solo Editing, Don Higginbotham
  • Reviewing the Reviewers, William B. Willcox
  • A “Find” of Henry Fielding Letters
  • Henry Adams Letters Ready for Press
  • Editors and their Work
  • Recent and Notable
  • Obituaries: Frederick Anderson, Elizabeth Hamer Kegan

May 1979, Volume 1, Number 2

  • Verbatim et Literatim, Arthur S. Link
  • Fifty Attend OAH Luncheon in New Orleans
  • Editors and their Work
  • External Fact as an Editorial Problem, G. Thomas Tanselle

October 1979, Volume 1, Number 3

  • Princeton Convention Expected to Attract 150 Members
  • NHPRC Fellowship Competition Announced
  • Duquesne Plans M.A. Program in Archival & Editing Studies
  • Letter to the Editor, Robert J. Taylor
  • Editors and their Work
  • Philip Mazzei Study Center Established in New Jersey
  • Recent Books of Note
  • The Lost Art of Reviewing, and Other Matters, R. A. Rutland

December 1979, Volume 1, Number 4

  • Year’s End Oddments and Miscellany
  • Minutes of the First Annual Business Meeting of the ADE held at Princeton, Nov. 11, 1979

February 1980, Volume 2, Number 1

  • Where We Stand Now and Where We Might Go, Arthur S. Link
  • Editors’ Concern with Archivists in Crisis, Lester J. Cappon
  • Twayne and Ford Announce New Series
  • Selection and Annotation: Deciding Alone, Barbara Oberg
  • Editors’ Dialogue: Reading the Continental Congressmen’s Mail, Brent Tarter & Paul H. Smith
  • Editors and their Work
  • Cardinal Principles, Historical and Archival, Warren M. Billings

May 1980, Volume 2, Number 2

  • The “Perfect” Text: The Editor Speaks for the Author, David J. Nordloh
  • The Editor and Word Processing Equipment, Larry I. Bland
  • Editors and their Work
  • Amendments to Constitution Proposed
  • ADE Committees
  • Mellon Foundation Makes Large Editing Grant
  • What We Would Have Done Differently Now that It is Too Late, Louis R. Harlan & Raymond W. Smock
  • Comprehensive Text Processing and the Papers of Henry Laurens, David R. Chesnutt

September 1980, Volume 2, Number 3

  • Documentary Reviewing Reviewed: A Survey of the Book Review Policies of Selected Historical Journals, Gregg L. Lint
  • Comprehensive Text Processing and the Papers of Henry Laurens–Part 2, David R. Chesnutt
  • Computers for Word People, David J. Nordloh
  • Nominating Committee Announces 1981 Officers Slate
  • In Memoriam, Julian Parks Boyd
  • The Fear of Ideas, selections from an address by Julian Parks Boyd, 12 June 1951
  • President Presented First Volume of Andrew Jackson Papers Mazzei Honored by Italy and U.S.

December 1980, Volume 2, Number 4

  • The Education of Editors, Fredson Bowers
  • A Dialogue: Peter Shaw and Robert J. Taylor on Editing the Adamses
  • Documentary Editing: A Bibliography, Ross W. Beales, Jr.

February 1981, Volume 3, Number 1

  • The Short Happy Thesis of G. Thomas Tanselle, Don L. Cook
  • Editorial Practices–An Historian’s View, Robert J. Taylor
  • ADE Committees
  • Proposed Editing Manual: Background, David J. Nordloh
  • Editors and their Work
  • Recent Publications

May 1981, Volume 3, Number 2

  • Dearth and Bias: Issues in the Editing of Ethnohistorical Materials, Patricia Galloway
  • Review, John C. Dann’s The Revolution Remembered: Eyewitness Accounts of the War for Independence, Constance B. Schulz
  • Julian P. Boyd Award
  • NEH Grant Announced
  • “Goodbye Gutenberg,” Part 1
  • Report of the Committee on Federal Policy, Charlene Bickford, Chairperson
  • Editors and their Work

September 1981, Volume 3, Number 3

  • “Goodbye Gutenberg,” Part 2
  • Electronic Editing and Publishing: Miscellaneous Sources
  • Graff-Reagor Report
  • Election of Officers
  • Editors and their Work
  • Editorial Comments on The Lisle Letters

December 1981, Volume 3, Number 4

  • Editors and Critics, John Y. Simon
  • Founding Fathers Projects Incorporate, W.W. Abbot, Charles T. Cullen, Robert A. Rutland, Robert J. Taylor, William B. Willcox
  • Looking Backward
  • The United States and Russia
  • Awards
  • Summary of ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • Editors and their Work
  • In Memoriam: Lester J. Cappon
  • James Thurber on Published Letters

February 1982, Volume 4, Number 1

  • Toward Better Reviewing of Local History Documentary Editions: A Nineteenth-Century Model, Glenn W. LaFantasie
  • The Power of Positivist Babble Or, Two Anecdotes Declining Toward a Conclusion, Jon Kukla
  • The “Authentic” Witness: The Editor Speaks for the Document, Wayne Cutler
  • Searching for Disraeli
  • Editors and their Work
  • On Interpretation
  • Boswelliana

May 1982, Volume 4, Number 2

  • Historical Editing: The Federal Role, Simone Reagor
  • In Response…, John Y. Simon
  • Interpretation in Editing: The Gallatin Papers, Barbara Oberg
  • Review: J.A. Leo Lemay and P.M. Zall’s The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: A Genetic Text, Joel Myerson
  • Editors and their Work
  • Commentaries Celebrated

September 1982, Volume 4, Number 3

  • Microform Editions of Documentary Collections: Where Do We Stand? And Where Do We Go from Here?, Thomas E. Jeffrey
  • Review of Henry D. Thoreau’s Journal, Volume 1: 1837-1844, Philip F. Gura
  • Letter to the Editor, Fredson Bowers
  • Election of Officers
  • Editors and their Work
  • “Thank you all…,” Don L. Cook

December 1982, Volume 4, Number 4

  • The Library of America, JoAnn Boydston
  • ADE 1983
  • Letter to the Editor, Douglas Emory Wilson
  • Federal Policy Committee Reports
  • Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru: An Introduction, Lakshman Dewani
  • Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting

February 1983, Volume 5, Number 1

  • Textual Criticism and Composition Research, Patrick Scott
  • Realities of the Sermon: Some Considerations for Editors, Wilson H. Kimnach
  • ADE Committees
  • F.B. Sanborn and the Editing of Thoreau, Joel Myerson

May 1983, Volume 5, Number 2

  • Jonathan Edwards’ A History of the Work of Redemption, John F. Wilson
  • Single-Editor Editions from Manuscript: The Journals of Theodore Parker, Carol Johnston
  • Dangerous to Documentary Editing: Copyright Office Report on Section 108, Michael J. Crawford
  • Optical Scanning and CINDEX: Tools for Creating a Cumulative Index to the Laurens Papers, David R. Chesnutt

September 1983, Volume 5, Number 3

  • On Editing Old French Texts, Mary B. Speer
  • The Longfellow Letters, Edward L. Tucker
  • Computer-Assisted Document Control for Editorial Projects, Paul Machlis

December 1983, Volume 5, Number 4

  • Some Reflections on the Soft Money Generation, Charles T. Cullen
  • Booker T. Washington: The Labyrinth and the Thread, Louis R. Harlan
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Resolution Honors Lyman H. Butterfield
  • Education Committee Prepares Questionnaire
  • John Y. Simon Receives Distinguished Service Award
  • Harold C. Syrett Receives Julian P. Boyd Award
  • “House” Historian Appointed
  • Hamer Award Presented
  • NHPRC Fellowships
  • In Memoriam: W. Edwin Hemphill
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

March 1984, Volume 6, Number 1

  • Charmed Beginnings and Democratic Murmurings, Gaspare J. Saladino
  • An Edition of Emerson’s Poetry Notebooks, Ralph H. Orth
  • A New Name… Council Proceedings on the Newsletter, John P. Kaminski
  • In Response… , Helen C. Aguera
  • Philip M. Hamer Award, Carolyn J. Mattern
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • ADE-MLA Affiliation
  • MLA’s CSE Reports Activities: Documentary Editing Sessions Sponsored
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

June 1984, Volume 6, Number 2

  • A Woman in the Nineteenth Century: The Letters of Margaret Fuller, Albert J. von Frank
  • The Eisenhower Papers: Editing Modern Public Documents, Louis Galambos
  • The New World Archive, Charles W. Polzer, S.J.
  • Constitutional Society of 1784: A Bicentennial Symposium, Sr. Margherita Marchione
  • 1985 Conference of the Society for Textual Scholarship, Donald H. Reiman
  • Proposed Amendments to the ADE Constitution
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • Editors and their Work
  • Membership Committee Preparing Brochure

September 1984, Volume 6, Number 3

  • Worth a Thousand Words: Nonverbal Documents in Editing, Reese V. Jenkins & Thomas E. Jeffrey
  • The Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: Reconstructing the Record, Patricia G. Holland
  • In Memoriam: Harold C. Syrett
  • Recent Publications
  • Members
  • The NHPRC Historical Editing Institute
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

December 1984, Volume 6, Number 4

  • Technology and the Future of Documentary Editing, Raymond W. Smock
  • The Canons of Selection, John Y. Simon
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • Desktop Typesetting, Charles T. Cullen
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Burke on Temporary Assignment
  • Hamer Award Presented
  • ADE Seal Adopted
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

March 1985, Volume 7, Number 1

  • Editing the Poems of John Dewey, Jo Ann Boydston
  • Garveyism and the “New Documentary Editing,” Roy E. Finkenbine
  • The Education of Editors: Current Status and Future Prospects, Thomas E. Jeffrey
  • ADE Committees 1985
  • Documentary Editing: A List of University and College Offerings
  • Lyman H. Butterfield Award
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

June 1985, Volume 7, Number 2

  • The Modern World of Neith Boyce, Carol Rolloff Langworthy
  • Documentary Editing in the Southeastern State Archives, Michael E. Stevens
  • Debating the Federal Constitution, Douglas M. Arnold
  • 75 Years: Dutch State Commission on National History, Augustus J. Veenendaal
  • ADE Amendments to the Constitution
  • Women’s Interests Breakfast
  • ADE Information Committee Formed
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

September 1985, Volume 7, Number 3

  • Joyce’s Masterpiece Rescued from its Textual Corruption, Douglas Emory Wilson
  • Blacks in Blue and the Fight for Freedom, Brooks D. Simpson
  • Conference Held: Historical Editing in the History of Science, Nathan Reingold
  • Julian P. Boyd Award Fund
  • Society for Textual Scholarship Conference Held, Barbara Oberg
  • National Council on Public History Conference Held, Beth Luey
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

December 1985, Volume 7, Number 4

  • The Language of Scholarly Editing, Jo Ann Boydston
  • Documentary Editing and the Bicentennial of the First Federal Congress: Will the Former Impact the Latter?, Kenneth R. Bowling
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Women’s Interest Network Breakfast
  • NHPRC High Tech Report Available
  • 1985 Awards Presented
  • Resolution Honors William B. Willcox
  • In Memoriam: William B. Willcox
  • Hamer Award Presented
  • Syllabus Exchange Service
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

March 1986, Volume 8, Number 1

  • Hardy Complete versus James Selected, Lance Schachterle
  • “Engaging in Too Many Pursuits”: The Many and Varied Activities of the Peale Family, Sidney Hart
  • Editing Naval Documents, William M. Carpenter
  • Raiders of the Lost Archives: A Scholarly Detective Story, Thomas E. Jeffrey
  • Documentary Editing, Anthology Proposal
  • Syllabus Exchange Service: Courses on Documentary Editing
  • ADE Committees 1986
  • 1986 Butterfield Award
  • J. Franklin Jameson Prize Awarded to Editors
  • Map Session ADE 1986 Convention
  • ADE Session Held at MLA Meeting
  • Project News
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • Editors and their Work

June 1986, Volume 8, Number 2

  • The American Foreign Policy Series, David S. Patterson
  • Kimball’s Churchill-Roosevelt Correspondence: The Best of Both Worlds, Daun Van Ee
  • Wielding Occam’s Razor: Bertrand Russell’s Quest for Certainty, Judith G. Haig
  • George Washington’s Ledger Uncovered, Richard W. Oram
  • A Proposal for a National Trust for Our Documentary Heritage, Warren M. Billings and Raymond W. Smock
  • 1986 Butterfield Award
  • Outlook for the NEH’s Support of Documentary Editions, interview with Richard Ekman
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

September 1986, Volume 8, Number 3

  • Compromising Clay, Daniel Feller
  • Hawthorne’s Letters and the “Darksome Veil of Mystery,” Robert N. Hudspeth
  • Members
  • Editing Polymaths, D.C. Greetham
  • On Kinfolk and Kooks, Mary Seaton Dix
  • Computers & Documentary Editors–User Review–Oberon International Omni-Reader, Charles Hagermann
  • Julian P. Boyd Award Fund
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

December 1986, Volume 8, Number 4

  • An Agenda for Professional Survival, Charlene N. Bickford
  • The Use of a Wife’s Papers: Jessie Benton Frémont, Mary Lee Spence
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • 1986 Awards Presented
  • Fredson Bowers Receives the Julian P. Boyd Award
  • ADE Collection
  • Editing Award Established
  • NHPRC Fellowships
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

March 1987, Volume 9, Number 1

  • Sotheby’s Sale of John Marshall Letters, Charles F. Hobson
  • “Thrilling to adventitious pleasures”: Textual Ignorance as a Threat to Scholarship, Don L. Cook
  • New Naval Project Launched, James C. Bradford
  • The Scholarly Editor and the New Technology, Judith G. Haig
  • Computers & Documentary Editors: Generic Encoding for Phototypesetting–Some Consequences of Literal Transcription and Computer Translation, Charles Hagermann
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • ADE Technology Committee
  • ADE Committees 1986-87
  • Project News
  • Editors and their Work

June 1987, Volume 9, Number 2

  • The Diary of Elizabeth Drinker: An American Legacy, Sarah Blank Dine
  • James Madison Papers Approach the Bicentennial Peak, Robert A. Rutland
  • The Perils of a Full-Court Press, George H. Hoemann
  • The Grand Federal Edifice, Robert L. Alexander
  • Generic Encoding for Phototypesetting–Part 2, Charles Hagermann
  • NEH’s Support for Documentary Editions, Richard Ekman
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

September 1987, Volume 9, Number 3

  • “A Peep Behind the Curtain”: Richard Henry Lee and the Early Opposition to the Constitution, Richard Leffler
  • “Putting the Constitution in Motion”: The First Federal Elections, Dorothy Twohig
  • Denaturing Count Fosco’s Crocodile: The Limits of “Critical” Documentary Editions, Sandra F. VanBurkleo
  • The Records of a Productive Summer, John P. Kaminski
  • “Without doubt a poet”: Emerson’s Poetry Notebooks, Robert D. Habich
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

December 1987, Volume 9, Number 4

  • The Importance of Documents, John P. Kaminski
  • Genetic Versus Clear Texts: Reading and Writing Emerson, Albert J. von Frank
  • “What Good Are They Anyway?”: A User Looks at Documentary Editions of Statesmen’s Papers, Daniel Feller
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Session
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting, Elizabeth S. Hughes
  • 1987 Awards Presented
  • New Scholarly Editions
  • In Memoriam: Donald Jackson
  • Capitol Hill Update
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

March 1988, Volume 10, Number 1

  • Capturing the Oral Event: Editing the Speeches of Frederick Douglass, John R. McKivigan
  • “The Gift of Tongues”: Elizabeth Palmer Peabody’s Letters and the Life of New England, Larry A. Carlson
  • Good Intentions: The Microfilm Edition of the Papers of John Paul Jones, Michael J. Crawford
  • “Dear Barnum & Bailey”: A Six-Ring Circus, Louis J. Budd
  • The Tooth of Time, Stephen B. Baxter
  • ADE Committees 1987-88
  • Word Processor Formats: How to Share Your Files, Charles Hagermann
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

June 1988, Volume 10, Number 2

  • The View from Blair House: The Civil War Letters of Elizabeth Blair Lee, Virginia J. Laas
  • A Phoenix Rising from the Ashes: The William Henry Harrison Papers Project, Douglas E. Clanin
  • Captain Smith Goes to Jamestown, Eugene R. Sheridan
  • The Darwin Industry Encounters Tanselle and Bowers, Nathan Reingold
  • John Marshall the Lawyer, Kermit L.Hall
  • So I’m Back. Now What?, Frank G. Burke
  • Analecta
  • Documentary Editing Goes to Hollywood, Mary Jo Kline
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

September 1988, Volume 10, Number 3

  • Articles for a Treaty of Peace: Make Room for the Library of America, Barbara Oberg
  • Precise Editing in a Book Club Format, Don L. Cook
  • Documenting a Consummate Politician: The Papers of George Washington, Richard K. Showmann and Charlene Bangs Bickford
  • A Critical Chronicle, Jo Ann Boydston
  • The Neglected Calendar, James P. McClure
  • In Response, Frederick Burkhardt
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

December 1988, Volume 10, Number 4

  • Veritas ex Documentis: What Truth?, Warren M. Billings
  • Tradition and Innovation: Recent Developments in Literary Editing, Joseph R. McElrath, Jr.
  • The NHPRC-In search of the Fountain of Funding, Roger A. Bruns
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • The ADE Guidelines for Reviewers of Editions, Joseph R. McElrath, Jr.
  • “Proofreading” and Collating by Computer, Ronald D. Graybill
  • Editors and their Work
  • Project News

March 1989, Volume 11, Number 1

  • Hockey, Tea, and a Few Great Men: Documentary Editing in Canada, Laura M. Coles
  • The Presumptuous Task of Editing the “Holy Spirit”: The Jones Very Edition, Helen R. Deese
  • Thomas Jefferson’s Lament: or Farewell Mr. Reuben Gold Thwaites, Joseph C. Porter
  • Appeasing the Shade of George Santayana, Nathan Houser
  • The Endurance of Andrew Jackson (1767-1845), Anthony M. Brescia
  • NEH Support for Documentary Editions: Remarks to the ADE, David K. Nichols

June 1989, Volume 11, Number 2

  • The Status of Documentary Editing in the United Kingdom, Christopher Kitching
  • “Multiplying the Copies”: New England Historical Societies and Documentary Publishing’s Alternative Tradition, Conrad Edick Wright
  • Conversations with Victorian Writers: Some Editorial Questions, Patrick G. Scott and William B. Thesing
  • Unlocking the Spanish Borderlands and Documenting a Frontier Institution in Transition: The Presidio, Harry P. Hewitt
  • Feast or Famine: The Papers of Modern-Day Statesmen, Robert V. Barnes
  • The Stephen Crane Correspondence: Ur-biography or Red Herring?, Stanton Garner

September 1989, Volume 11, Number 3

  • Editing a Family Legacy: The Adamses and Their Papers, Richard Alan Ryerson
  • Drawing to a Close: The Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, John C. Van Horne
  • Editing an American Radical: The Debs Papers Project, J. Robert Constantine
  • Computerized Document Control and Indexing at the Emma Goldman Papers, Ronald J. Zboray
  • Leviathan Hooked by the Nose for Those Hooked on the Whale, Milton R. Stern
  • Clarifying the Exile’s Voice: The Challenge of Roger Williams, Sargent Bush, Jr.
  • Twenty Pence for “the daunsyng bere & the dansyng wyff”: Records of Early English Drama in Devon, Robert J. Alexander

December 1989, Volume 11, Number 4

  • Reflections on the Age of Editing, David W. Hirst
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting, Celeste Walker
  • 1989 Awards Presented
  • Editor/ Project News
  • Cumulative Index, 1979-1989

March 1990, Volume 12, Number 1

  • Mark Twain, Plain Text Style, Everett Emerson
  • Nobody’s Tool, Nobody’s Fool: Grant in Peace, Brooks D. Simpson
  • The Editor and Technology, Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr.
  • Portable Text: The Text Encoding Initiative, David R. Chesnutt
  • The Editor’s Responsibility, John P. Kaminski
  • The Editor on the Iceberg: or, Just How Far South is the Gulf Stream?, W. Speed Hill
  • ADE Committees 1989-90

June 1990, Volume 12, Number 2

  • Discovering Columbus at Last: The Journal of the First Voyage, David Henige
  • A Conquistador’s Personal Letters, Oakah L. Jones
  • A Landmark Reform Reexamined: Context, Person, Process, Elizabeth A. H. John
  • Stuart Absolutism in Virginia, W. Stitt Robinson
  • Civilization and its Discontents in the Editing of Lawrence, Charles L. Ross
  • Undeleting the Dutch Past: The Netherlands Government Commission on National History, Johanna Roelevink and Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr.

September 1990, Volume 12, Number 3

  • Une bonne récolte bien cuvée: A Vintage Year in Jack London Scholarship, Joseph R. McElrath, Jr.
  • Documenting Technology: The Selective Microfilm Edition of the Thomas A. Edison Papers, Marc Rothenberg
  • The Socialization of Texts, Jerome J. McGann
  • A Position Paper on Authorial Intention and the Socialization of Texts, Hershel Parker
  • A Troubled Past and a Few Great Men: Historical Editing in Germany, Jürgen Heideking

December 1990, Volume 12, Number 4

  • Judgment at Westminster: King Charles I on Trial, Roger Lockyer
  • Margaret Fuller in Her Own Words, Robert N. Hudspeth
  • Caroline H. Dall: Recorder of the Boston Intellectual Scene, Helen R. Deese
  • “Writing Out My Heart”: The Journals of Frances Willard, 1855-1870, Carolyn DeSwarte Gifford
  • Archival Functions in Historical Documentary Editing: The Case of the Thomas A. Edison Papers, Dennis D. Madden
  • Obituaries
  • Index to Volume 12, compiled by John P. Kaminski

March 1991, Volume 13, Number 1

  • The Politics of Editing, Joel Myerson
  • Edmund Ruffin: The Writings of an Angry Man, Eric H. Walther
  • A Transcendentalist in Transition: Emerson and His Sermons, from Sacred to Secular, Mary Kupiec Cayton
  • Beneath the Shield: The Letters of Henry Adams, Brooks D. Simpson
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • 1990 Awards Presented
  • ADE Committees
  • Editors and their Work

June 1991, Volume 13, Number 2

  • Selecting the Essential Webster, Jean V. Berlin
  • A Mismatched Pair: Hudson at the Feast of Hoffman, David Henige
  • Computerizing Control over Authority Names at the Margaret Sanger Papers, Cathy Moran Hajo
  • Publishing the Edition, Beth Luey
  • A Message from the President, Frank G. Burke
  • ADE Contributors
  • ADE Sustaining, Patron, and Life Members
  • ADE Questionnaire

September 1991, Volume 13, Number 3

  • Rediscovering Lost Values: Transcribing an African-American Sermon, Peter Holloran
  • New Plans, New Hopes, at NHPRC, Gerald George
  • Editors and their Work
  • “Snooping” or “Illuminating?”: Thoughts on the Editing of Scholarly Texts, Jackson R. Bryer
  • Optical Scanning and Systematic Documentary Editing, S.W. Reid
  • Using Computer Technology to “Read” Documents: The Optiram Example, Mary A. Giunta and Beverly S. Hacker
  • In Memoriam: Fredson Thayer Bowers
  • In Memoriam: Sara Dunlap Jackson
  • A Message from the President

December 1991, Volume 13, Number 4

  • Justice for Posterity: The Papers of Henry Clay Project Concludes, Kenneth H. Williams
  • Private Rights vs. Public Needs, Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr.
  • The Meaning of Misspelled Words: Scholars, Churchmen, and the Writings of Ellen G. White, Ronald D. Graybill
  • Editors’ Thesaurus, Dorothy Twohig
  • The Rudiments of Writing, Mary-Jo Kline
  • Optical Scanning and Systematic Documentary Editing, S.W. Reid
  • Editors and their Work
  • A Message from the President

March 1992, Volume 14, Number 1

  • St. Columba, Cassiosdorus, and Julian Boyd: Some Lessons to Learn about Metaphor, Frank G. Burke
  • A Future for Documentary Editions: The Historical Documents Study, Ann D. Gordon
  • 1991 Awards Presented
  • Frank Norris, Decadent Humorist: The 1897 Version of “The Joyous Miracle,” Joseph R. McElrath, Jr., and Gwendolyn Jones
  • In Search of the Private George Washington, Philander D. Chase
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • A Message from the President
  • Women’s Interest Network
  • Treasurer’s Report

June 1992, Volume 14, Number 2

  • John Dewey: The Editor’s Appreciation, Jo Ann Boydston
  • What John Dewey Taught Me, Harriet Furst Simon
  • Making the Illegible Intelligible, C. James Taylor
  • Too Much of a Good Thing?, Charles H. Lesser
  • The Congressional Papers of James Madison, Michael E. Stevens
  • ADE Contributors
  • ADE Sustaining, Patron, and Life Members
  • ADE Committees

September 1992, Volume 14, Number 3

  • The Theory of Editing, Charles L. Ross
  • NHPRC Recommends Thirty-seven Grants
  • Penance or Pedophilia: Mark Twain and the Aquarium, J. Kent Calder
  • A Message from the President, David R. Chesnutt

December 1992, Volume 14, Number 4

  • American Justinian or Prairie Pettifogger? Lincoln’s Legal Legacy: Documenting the Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln, William D. Beard
  • Lincoln in the Federal Courts: Preserving the Archival Record, Shirley J. Burton
  • Lincoln’s Legal Legacy: Educational and Public Programs, Kellee Green
  • Beyond the Plan: The Outlook for the NHPRC, Gerald George
  • The General Nathanael Greene Papers Project and Early American Documentary Editing, Paul David Nelson
  • Index to Volume 14, compiled by John P. Kaminski

March 1993, Volume 15, Number 1

  • Quid Pro Quo: Today’s Challenges in the Editorial Community, David R. Chesnutt
  • Raiders of the Lost Archives II: The Raiders Ride Again, Thomas E. Jeffrey
  • George Washington during the Confederation, Paul H. Smith
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting, Harriet F. Simon
  • A Listserv for Editors of ADE
  • ADE Committees 1992-93
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • ADE Resolution on NHPRC

June 1993, Volume 15, Number 2

  • Researching the Universe: The Documents Base of the Woodrow Wilson Papers Project, Mary A. Giunta
  • The Work of the Project: An Inside View, John E. Little
  • Using the Papers: A Scholar’s View, Kendrick A. Clements
  • A Closer Look at The Papers of Woodrow Wilson, Betty M. Unterberger
  • Minutes of the 1991 ADE Annual Business Meeting, Celeste Walker
  • ADE Contributors
  • ADE Sustaining, Patron, and Life Members
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • 1992 Awards Presented

September 1993, Volume 15, Number 3

  • Reestablishing Credibility: Foreign Relations of the United States and Vietnam, 1961-1964, David L. Anderson
  • Microfiche Supplements to the Foreign Relations Series: A Distorted View, Stephen G. Rabe
  • “We Have Met the Enemy and They Are Ours”: The Naval War of 1812, John B. Hattendorf
  • Human Frailties and Editorial Rigidities: The Letters of Eugene V. Debs, Ken Fones-Wolf
  • Jones Very and the Documentation of Mystical Experience, Helen R. Deese
  • A New Edition of Emerson’s Sermons, Susan L. Roberson
  • Articles of Interest
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • In Memoriam: LeRoy Philip Graf, Milton M. Klein

December 1993, Volume 15, Number 4

  • “A Fuller Record to Offer”: Louisa May Alcott’s Life in Her Private Writings, Daniel Shealy
  • Beckett at Work, Richard J. Finneran
  • A Textual Maze: In Search of the Authentic Dreiser, Lucia A. Kinsaul
  • The Department of State and Fidel Castro’s Cuba: The Official Documentary Record, Stephen G. Rabe
  • Articles of Interest
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • Index to Volume 15, compiled by John P. Kaminski

March 1994, Volume 16, Number 1

  • ADE Presidential Address, Elizabeth Hall Witherell
  • The More Things Change…, Larry I. Bland
  • Do Archivists Need to Know How to be Editors? A Proposal for the Role of Documentary Editing in Graduate Archival Education, Constance B. Schulz
  • Historical Editing and the Practical Application of Archival Skills: Surveying Common Ground, Dennis D. Madden
  • The ADE Annual Meetings Sessions
  • Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting, Harriet F. Simon
  • ADE Committees 1993-94
  • A Message from the President
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

June 1994, Volume 16, Number 2

  • The Ironies of Paternity, W. Speed Hill
  • The Royal Navy: 756 Years in 535 Documents,Michael J. Crawford
  • A “Daily Life Rich Enough to be Journalized”: Thoreau’s Journal Volume 4, Wesley T. Mott
  • “Two Souls with but a Single Thought”?: The Evolving Relationship between Archivists and Editors, Laura Millar Coles
  • The Archivist’s Perspective: Implications for Documentary Editing, Philip B. Eppard
  • A Message from the President, Barbara Oberg
  • ADE Contributors
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

September 1994, Volume 16, Number 3

  • Present at the Creation: John Franklin Jameson and the Development of Humanistic Scholarship in America, Alexander Moore
  • Restoration versus Reconstruction, Beverly Wilson Palmer
  • “This man of Beauty”: The Correspondence of Washington Allston, Robert N. Hudspeth
  • Presidential Editions: The Promise and Problems of Technology, David R. Chesnutt
  • A Message from the President, Barbara B. Oberg
  • ADE Annual Meeting, Tucson, Arizona
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

December 1994, Volume 16, Number 4

  • “I know my worth”: Lillian Smith’s Letters from the Modern South, Judith Giblin James
  • The Counter-Revolutionary Career of Peter Porcupine, Jack D. Warren
  • The Religion of Trade Unionism, Lawrence B. Glickman
  • The Abraham Lincoln Legal Papers: The Development of the Complete Facsimile Edition on CD-ROM, Martha L. Benner
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • Index to Volume 16, compiled by Rita Foster Wallace

March 1995, Volume 17, Number 1

  • ADE Presidential Address, Barbara Oberg
  • An American Family in a Revolutionary Era, Gregory D. Massey
  • Lewis Morris, in Eighteenth-Century New Jersey and New York, Ronald W. Howard
  • The Eliza File, Ramsay MacMullen
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting, Harriet F. Simon
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

June 1995, Volume 17, Number 2

  • Hypertext and the Future of Editing, Charles L. Ross
  • A Mississippi Plantation Treasure Trove, Lynda Lasswell Crist
  • “Ladies as Well as Soldiers”: The World War II Letters of Lt. Col. Susanna P. Turner, Sharon Ritenour Stevens
  • Victorianna Victorious: Thoroughly Modern Obfuscation in the Autobiographical Writings of Neith Boyce, Carol DeBoer-Langworthy
  • Flashpoints: Sexual/ Textual Politics in Editing “Five Women,” Judith Giblin James and Nancy S. Thompson
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Session
  • Baltimore Preview
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

September 1995, Volume 17, Number 3

  • Letters as Autobiography, Philip B. Eppard
  • William and Henry James: “Native[s] of the James Family, and [of] No Other Country,” Robert N. Hudspeth
  • As Rich as…, David W. Levy
  • “Every color of the Rainbow”: D-Day Memories, Larry I. Bland
  • Thinking about the Editor’s Craft in Light of Mark A. DeWolfe Howe’s Home Letters of General Sherman, William M. Ferraro
  • Annual Meeting Program
  • Richard K. Showman, 25 July 1913-15 June 1995
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

December 1995, Volume 17, Number 4

  • Jefferson Davis’s War–For the First Time, Clyde N. Wilson
  • “For her words flowed from her heart”: The Diary of Elizabeth Drinker, Martha J. King
  • “Reverend Potentate,” “Dilectus Filius”: The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and James Laughlin, E.P. Walkiewicz
  • “You Can’t Put Me Back”: The Diaries of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Laura E. Skandera-Trombley
  • Wedding the Past to the Future: Planning a National Database for Our Documentary Heritage, Beth Luey
  • NHPRC Editing Institute, Dale Harter
  • In Memoriam: Laura S. Gwilliam
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • Index to Volume 17, compiled by Peggy J. Clark

March 1996, Volume 18, Number 1

  • ADE Presidential Address, Richard Leffler
  • Sister Act: Letters of Mary Shelley and Claire Claimont, Donald H. Reiman
  • The Prison Letters of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, Jill A. Friedman
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Uncle Sam’s Troubled Relationship with Clio: The Federal Government and American History, Raymond W. Smock
  • Picking up the Pieces: A Response to Raymond Smock, Julian E. Zalizer
  • Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting, Sharon Ritenour Stevens
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

June 1996, Volume 18, Number 2

  • Illuminating the Edison Papers, Marc Rothenberg
  • A Republican Revolutionary: Henry Laurens as President of Congress, Elizabeth M. Nuxoll
  • The Washington Papers: Colonial and Confederation Series, Gregg L. Lint
  • Editing Shaw’s Letters, Laurence G. Avery
  • Pierre’s Long-Hidden Sibling, Kevin J. Hayes
  • Putting the Pieces Together, John A. Lupton
  • Annual Meeting Program
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

September 1996, Volume 18, Number 3

  • Watching Jonathan Edwards Think, Sargent Bush, Jr.
  • The War Diary of the German Naval Staff, 1939-1945, John B. Hattendorf
  • Margaret Fuller in New York: Private Letters, Public Texts, Susan Belasco Smith
  • One Down, a ‘damned mob’ to Go: In Search of the Letters of Popular Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers, Jennifer Hynes
  • In Search of the American Mind, Thomas M. Alexander
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

December 1996, Volume 18, Number 4

  • “My Hidden Life”: Revealing the Pulsating Heart of Frances Willard, Barbara Bair
  • Report on the ADE Survey, Martha King
  • WPA Slave Narratives, Robyn Preston
  • High Life Resurrected: The Reclamation of the Lost Brontë Saga, James R. Simmons, Jr.
  • Cabeza de Vaca’s Odyssey: Two Recent Editions, Rick Hendricks
  • In Memoriam: Eugene R. Sheridan
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • Index to Volume 18, compiled by Peggy J. Clark

March 1997, Volume 19, Number 1

  • ADE Presidential Address, Charles F. Hobson
  • Widening the Naval War for American Independence, David Curtis Skaggs
  • Editing the Later Lectures of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson
  • Rehabilitating Bret Harte, Gary Scharnhorst
  • Mary Robinson Hunter: Reminiscences of Her Life in Brazil, Evelyn M. Cherpak
  • Minutes of the Annual Business Meeting, Sharon Ritenour Stevens
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

June 1997, Volume 19, Number 2

  • Talbot and the Dawn of Photography, Anthony Bannon
  • The MLA’s “Scholarly Editing”: A Generous Banquet of Wit and Scholarship, Mary-Jo Kline
  • The First House of Representatives, Gregory D. Massey
  • In Search of the Real Jacob Leisler, David William Voorhees
  • Frank Norris, Paul Sorrentino
  • Salmon P. Chase and the Civil War, Mary Lee Spence
  • “Wouldn’t be the Army is Everyone Didn’t Gripe”: A YANK diary from the South Pacific, Larry I. Bland
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

September 1997, Volume 19, Number 3

  • A Dutch Door to Europe, 1702-1720, John B. Hattendorf
  • Dorothy Sayers: No Longer a Mystery, Ann D. Gordon
  • Benjamin Franklin: a “Nineties Kind of Dude,” Dennis M. Conrad
  • An Officer’s View, Valerie Sherer Mathes
  • Going Straight to the Source: A Collection of Family Letters Sheds New Light on the Old South, Rebecca Dunn Jaroff
  • Annual Meeting Program
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

December 1997, Volume 19, Number 4

  • “I Could not wash my hands of Woman’s rights for they are dyed clear through to the marrow of the bone,” Laura Graham
  • The Selected Thaddeus Stevens, Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein
  • Common Law and Common Sense, Robert J. Allison
  • How the “Other Half” Lived: The Grove Diaries, James R. Simmons, Jr.
  • A Southern Woman’s Work, Heidi M. Schultz
  • “Not continued to Be Friends”: Stein-Dodge Letters, Carol DeBor-Langworthy
  • In Memoriam: George C. Rogers, Jr., 15 June 1922-6 October 1997
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes
  • Index to Volume 19, compiled by Peggy J. Clark

March 1998, Volume 20, Number 1

  • ADE Presidential Address: Genotypes, Phenotypes, and Complex Human Behavior Including Scholarly Editing, Herman J. Saatkamp
  • 1997 ADE Meeting Resolutions
  • Margaret Fuller’s Silences, Robert N. Hudspeth
  • John Adams: On Paper and in Person, Gregg L. Lint
  • What About that Twenty-Year Gap?, Carolyn De Swarte Gifford
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting, Sharon Ritenour Stevens
  • Recent Editions, Compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

June 1998, Volume 20, Number 2

  • On Editing Hemingway Badly or Not at All: Cautionary Reflections, Susan F. Beegel
  • The Ernest Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy Library, Stephen Plotkin
  • In Memoriam: Arthur Stanley Link
  • Transcribing and Translating Early Nineteenth-Century Moravian Missionary Diaries, Rowena McClinton
  • A Northerner Transformed, a Review, James H. Cook
  • Are Religious Records Different?, Robert J. Cain
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

September 1998, Volume 20, Number 3

  • So You Think You Need a Web Page? Designing World Wide Web Access to Documentary Editing Projects, Cathy Moran Hajo
  • Exposing “Secrets Worth Knowing” in the Early Republic: Robert R. Henry’s Papers as a Problem in Documentary Research, Robert Scott Davis, Jr.
  • Annual Meeting Program
  • Churchill-Reves Correspondence, A Review, Roger Adelson
  • From the Archives
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

December 1998, Volume 20, Number 4

  • “The Most Important Scholarly Work”: Reflections on Twenty Years of Change in Historical Editing, Michael E. Stevens
  • Nothing Left to Lose: or, Changes in Literary Editing and the Decline of Civilization as We Know It, Joel Myerson
  • Here Comes Tomorrow–And It’s Full of Challenges, David R. Chesnutt
  • The Art of Editorial Decision Making, a Review, Beth Luey
  • Touring Colonial America, a Review, Darin E. fields
  • 1998 Julian Boyd Award
  • 1998 Lyman H. Butterfield Award
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Kevin J. Hayes

March 1999, Volume 21, Number 1

  • Now He Belongs to the Sages: Lincoln and the Academy, Cullom Davis
  • The Journals of Lewis and Clark: Almost Home, Gary E. Moulton
  • A Consonance of Civility and Good-Will, Keen Butterworth
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • ADE Treasurer’s Report
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino
  • Index to Volume 20

June 1999, Volume 21, Number 2

  • Editing in the New Millennium: A Review, Esther Katz and Ann D. Gordon
  • Reflections on the ADE 20th Anniversary, Jon Kukla
  • Evaluating the Institute for Editing Historical Documents, Beth Luey
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino
  • 1999 ADE Conference Announcement

September 1999, Volume 21, Number 3

  • “Nearer My Subject to Thee”: Twenty Years of a Documentary Editor’s Engagement with Emma Goldman, Candace Falk
  • Annual Meeting Program
  • Editing Willa Cather: Defining the Territory, Susan J. Rosowski
  • Failed Revolt, Faulty Edition: A Review, Charles H. Lesser
  • Ezra Pound: The Genius in the Bughouse: A Review, Peter Buitenhuis
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

December 1999, Volume 21, Number 4

  • The Early Republic’s Other Frontiers: A Review, William C. diGiacomantonio
  • Mediocrity in Paradise: A Review, Therese Wébèr
  • Disparate Cultures in Contact: A Review, Rowena McClinton
  • Explorations in Class and Gender in the Old South: A Review, James M. Denham
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

March 2000, Volume 22, Number 1

  • The Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin and His Grandson B. F. Bache, Karen C. Duval
  • Adolescent Journals of Caroline Healer Dall, Helen R. Deese
  • Salmon P. Chase and Reconstruction: A Review, Jeffrey M. Flannery
  • War Stories: A Review, Michael E. Stevens
  • A New Jefferson Document
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • ADE Treasurer’s Report
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino
  • Index to Volume 21

June 2000, Volume 22, Number 2

  • Pragmatic Patriot: A Review, Dorothy Twohig
  • Annotation Control and Computers: A Case Study of the Salmon P. Chase Papers Project, Leigh Johnsen
  • Editor and Author: A Review, Beth Luey
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

September 2000, Volume 22, Number 3

  • His Own Vine and Fig Tree: A Review, Mary A. Y. Gallagher
  • Annotating Mr. Fitzgerald, James L. W. West III
  • ADE Annual Meeting Notice and Program
  • Anglo-Latin’s Scholarly Colleagues: Editing the Oxford Medieval Texts: A Review, Elaine E. Whitaker
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

December 2000, Volume 22, Number 4

  • “Like Liberty and Union”: Stanton and Anthony as Friends: ADE Presidential Address, Ann D. Gordon
  • Shifting Proslavery Ideology: A Review, Trenton Hizer
  • Deep Pockets and Determination: A Review, Stephen R. MacKinnon
  • The ADE Annual Meeting Sessions
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

March 2001, Volume 23, Number 1

  • The Artist in His Autobiography: A Review, Wendy Bellion
  • The Other Millennium: A Review, George W. Geib
  • In Memoriam: Robert Allen Rutland
  • Two Hundred Years of Acquiring the Fifty Years of the Colonial Records of Georgia: A Chapter in Failure in Historical Publication, Robert Scott Davis, Jr.
  • Wordsworth Senex: A Review, Donald H. Reiman
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino
  • Index to Volume 21

June 2001, Volume 23, Number 2

  • Dollars and Sense in Collaborative Digital Scholarship: The Example of the Walt Whitman Hypertext Archive, Kenneth M. Price
  • Hypertextile Scholarship: Digitally Editing the Bayeux Tapestry, Martin Kennedy Foys
  • Editing Dead Reptiles: The Tebtunis Papyri at the University of California, Berkeley, Anthony Bliss
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

September 2001, Volume 23, Number 3

  • Style Matters: Applying—EGADS!—Theory to Documentary Editing, Tracy Duvall
  • A Hybrid Edition for the Available Man: A Review, William C. diGiacomantonio
  • Cloistered Correspondence: A Review, Claire Badaracco
  • Closing the Dutch Door: A Review, John B. Hattendorf
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • ADE 2001 Meeting Information and Program
  • NHPRC Recommends Grants
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

December 2001, Volume 23, Number 4

  • A Troublesome Letter Signed “yrs. Ch. Darwin”, Frederick H. Burkhardt
  • A Plea for Caution: A Response To Frederick Burkhardt, Phillip R. Sloan
  • A Glimpse Into Childhood: A Review, Constance B. Shulz
  • “A Superior Opportunity of Being a Good Man”: A Review, Gerald J. Prokopowicz
  • A Letter to John W. Carlin
  • November Meeting of the NHPRC
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino
  • Index to Volume 23

March 2002, Volume 24, Number 1

  • Our Frame of Reference in the Twenty–first Century,  Joseph R. McElrath, Jr.
  • The Civil War on the Internet, John Y. Simon
  • Access, Analysis, and Quality, Susan Belasco
  • Scholarly Editing and the Relationship between the United States and Europe: Recent Developments in the Marx-Engels-Gesamtausgabe, Malcolm Sylvers
  • Minutes of the ADE Annual Business Meeting
  • ADE Meeting Session Summaries
  • ADE Treasurer’s Report
  • ADE Awards
  • Recent Editions, compiled by Mark A. Mastromarino

June 2002, Volume 24, Number 2

  • Letter from the Editor, Marianne S. Wokeck
  • Letter from the Book Review Editor, Mark A. Mastromarino
  • Sir William Berkeley’s Discourse and View of Virginia: A Note on Its Authorship, Warren M. Billings
  • A Note on the Text of Lincoln’s Second Inaugural, Douglas L. Wilson Building with Lincoln Logs: Transforming the Lincoln Legal Papers, Daniel W. Stowell
  • Papa Dearest, William C. diGiacomantonio
  • Dear Carlos, Dear Langston: An Epistolary Friendship, Christopher C. De Santis
  • Recent Editions, Compiled by Kevin J. Martin
  • ADE 2002 Program
  • ADE Committees 2001-2002 Inside Back Cover

September 2002, Volume 24, Number 3

  • Edition and Facsimile: Publishing the Correspondence of Carl Linnaeus on the World Wide Web, Tomas Anfält
  • Limber Jim of Andersonville: A Note on Annotation, Robert Scott Davis
  • Selling the Civil War in Art and Memoir, John David Smith
  • An Absorbing Travel Account, Lance Schachterle
  • Recent Editions, Compiled by Suzanne S. Bellamy
  • Contributors List
  • ADE Committees 2001-2002

December 2002, Volume 24, Number 4

  • Presidential Address – Confessions of a Deceitful Correspondent, Mary-Jo Kline
  • Scholarly Editions and the National Endowment for the Humanities, Bruce Cole
  • The Ideal of Professional Housekeeping, Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein
  • Recent Editions, Compiled by Suzanne S. Bellamy
  • Looking Forward, Elizabeth H. Dow
  • Service with a Smile, Beth Luey
  • Distinguished Service Award, Beth Luey and Mark Mastromarino
  • Lyman H. Butterfield Award, C. James “Jim” Taylor
  • Business Meeting Minutes, James P. McClure
  • Treasurer’s Report, Gary Moulton
  • Obituaries
  • Index
  • ADE Committees 2001-2002

Spring 2003, Volume 25, Number 1

    • Is There a Story in These Notes?, Ann D. Gordon
    • A Democracy of Knowledge, Henry Wiencek
    • A Patient’s Point of View: Nineteenth-Century Syphilis Treatment, Linda A. Fisher
    • Review: The Beleaguered Widow of West Biley, Aki Chandra Li Beam
    • Review: The Civil War Writings of a “Literary Colonel,” Steven F. Miller
    • ADE Annual Meeting 2003
    • ADE Anniversary
    • Recent Editions, compiled by Suzanne S. Bellamy
    • ADE Committees 2002-2003

Summer 2003, Volume 25, Number 2

    • North Country Stories: Written and Oral Texts of Family History, Susan E. Gray
    • From Note to Independent Research Project: The Case of Lauretta Hitchcock Jenney (1808-1833), William M. Ferraro
    • Recent Editions, compiled by Suzanne S. Bellamy
    • Articles in the First 25 Volumes of Documentary Editing
    • ADE Committees 2002-2003

Fall 2003, Volume 25, Number 3

    • What We Would Have Done Differently Now That It Is Too Late (1980), Louis R. Harlan and Raymond W. Smock
    • The Canons of Selection (1984), John Y. Simon
    • Sotheby’s Sale of John Marshall Letters (1987), Charles F. Hobson
    • “What Good Are They Anyway?”: A User Looks at Documentary Editions of Statesmen’s Papers (1987), Daniel Feller
    • The Editor’s Responsibility (1990), John P. Kaminski
    • Mary Robinson Hunter: Reminiscences of Her Life in Brazil (1997), Evelyn M. Cherpak
    • “The Most Important Scholarly Work”: Reflections on Twenty Years of Change in Historical Editing (1998), Michael E. Stevens
    • Adolescent Journals of Caroline Healey Dall (2000), Helen R. Deese
    • Articles in the First 25 Volumes of Documentary Editing
    • Reviews in the First 25 Volumes of Documentary Editing
    • Announcement
    • ADE Committees 2002-2003

Winter 2003, Volume 25, Number 4

    • Editing Bill Gates’s Email, Beth Luey
    • Review: An Awakened Spirit, Kate Culkin
    • Review: On the Road with President James Monroe, David R. Hoth
    • A Monument Completed: The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower, Sharon Ritenour Stevens
    • Recent Editions, compiled by David E. Spiech
    • ADE Annual Meeting 2003 Report
    • Awards
    • Business Meeting Minutes
    • Treasurer’s Report
    • Obituary: Charles W. Polzer
    • 25th Anniversary Cumulative Index
    • ADE Committees 2002-2003

Spring 2004, Volume 26, Number 1

      • Organization, Outreach and Optimism: Getting a Project Up to Full Speed, Kate Culkin
      • Getting Started: An Editor’s Search for One Diarist’s Place in History, Linda A. Fisher
      • Douglass Liaisons: The Female Correspondents of Frederick Douglass, Leigh Fought
      • Autobiography by Proxy; Or Pastiche as Prologue, James E. Guba
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Margaret Yergler

Summer 2004, Volume 26, Number 2

      • The John Jay Papers: Re-envisioning a 20th Century Editorial Project for a 21st Century Audience, Mary-Jo Kline
      • A ‘Value-Added’ Resource: The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln: Complete Documentary Edition, Marty L. Benner
      • National Origin, Alienage and Loyalty, Denton L. Watson
      • Another Kind of E-Mail: the Electronic Edition of The Correspondence of John Dewey, Martin Coleman
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Amy C. Belcher

Fall 2004, Volume 26, Number 3

      • Editing Textual and Extra-Textual Materials in Charles Darwin’s Correspondence, Duncan Porter and Alison M. Pearn
      • The Challenge of Editing Einstein’s Scientific Manuscripts, Tilman Sauer
      • Reluctant Revolutionary: The Papers of Henry Laurens, Dorothy Twohig
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Kathryn M. Wilmot

Winter 2004, Volume 26, Number 4

      • Presidential Address: I Dreamed of Editing, Esther Katz
      • The Editor as Biographer, John P. Kaminski
      • A Unique Perspective: Documentary Editors and Biography, David B. Mattern
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Kathryn M. Wilmot

Spring 2005, Volume 27, Number 1

      • Archival Code Breaking: The Editor’s Dilemma, Candace Falk
      • Sanitized for Your Protection: Editing Classified Documents, Daun Van Ee
      • ‘Those who follow will have and easier task': The Correspondence of the First Federal Congress, Dorothy Twohig
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Kathryn M. Wilmot

Summer 2005, Volume 27, Number 2

      • George C. Marshall and the ‘Squeakings of Democracy, Larry I. Bland
      • More than ‘Rum, Buggery and the Lash': Social History in American Naval Documents, Michael J. Crawford
      • Clouted by Reviewers: The Texts of Garland’s Rose of Dutcher’s Coolly, Keith Newlin
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Kathryn M. Wilmot

Spring 2006, Volume 28, Number 1

      • Moravians and Cherokees at Early Nineteenth-century Springplace Mission, Georgia, Rowena McClinton
      • Communication and Freedom: The Correspondence of John Dewey, Martin Coleman
      • New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, Eric L. Saak
      • Times They Are A-Changin': Literary Documentary Editing in an Electronic Post-Structuralist World, Joel Myerson
      • First Encounters with Documentary Editing, or, Tales in Training, Amy Speckart
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Heather C. Smathers and Carrie Torrella McCord

Summer 2006, Volume 28, Number 2

      • The Missing Link: The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Early Sermons, Susan Englander
      • The Modern World of Neith Boyce, Mary Jo Binker
      • A Great Lady: The Selected Letters of Dolley Payne Madison, Beverly Wilson Palmer
      • Teaching the Skills of Documentary Editing, Ann R. Hawkins
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Heather C. Smathers and Carrie Torrella McCord

Fall 2006, Volume 28, Number 3

      • Last Words: Documenting the End of Lives, Cathy Moran Hajo
      • Three Letters of María Antonia Bolívar and Simón Bolívar, Evelyn M. Cherpak
      • Indexing, Philosophy of, André De Tienne
      • The Correspondence of William James, Cornelis de Waal
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Carrie Torrella McCord

Winter 2006, Volume 28, Number 4

      • A Salute, Roger A. Bruns
      • Chronicling the Early Court: A Look Back at Project’s End, Robert Frankel
      • From the Gutters of Obscenity: Review of the Selected Papers of Margaret Sanger, Vol. 1, Jimmy Wilkinson Meyer
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Carrie Torrella McCord

2007, Volume 29

      • Web 2.0 and Documentary Editing in the 21st Century, Max Evans
      • Scholarly Editing as a Dissertation Topic: Philological Perspectives on Documentary Editing in Theory and Practice, Harry Lönnroth
      • Bringing Method to the Madness: Editing Personal Writings for Public Wonderment, Melody Miyamoto
      • Healing the Liberal Arts: Undergraduate Research and Documentary Editing, Robin Leslie Condon
      • Selected Letters of Lucretia Coffin Mott, Leigh Fought
      • Lessons of Infinite Advantage: Introducing Undergraduates to Historical Editing, Robert F. Lay
      • Reflections of a Counter-Intuitive Editor, Dennis M. Conrad
      • “Where’s Your Real Book?”: Textual Editing and Culture Wars, Wesley T. Mott
      • Who We Are as Documentary Editors, Beverly Palmer
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Geoffrey E. Gagen

Spring and Summer 2008, Volume 30, Numbers 1 & 2

      • If You Have to Explain It, Is it Still Funny?, Beth Luey
      • Humor and Its Hazards: Editing The Papers of Will Rogers, Steven K. Gragert
      • Yet Another George Washington Website: The Digital Edition and the Future of Documentary Editing, Jennifer E. Stertzer
      • Long before the NHPRC: Documentary Editing and Nineteenth-Century Virginia, Brent Tarter
      • Balancing Public and Private Lives in the Letters of Lucretia Coffin Mott and Florence Kelly, Beverly Wilson Palmer
      • Founding Fathers and the Senate, Charlene Bickford
      • The Risks of a Mammoth Edition: The Example of The Complete Letters of Henry James, Kevin J. Hayes
      • The Pitfalls of Digital History, David Spiech
      • A Place in the Sun: The Selected Papers of Margaret Sanger, Volume 2, Jimmy Wilkinson Meyer
      • Recent Editions, compiled by Linnéa Caproni

Fall and Winter 2008, Volume 30, Numbers 3 & 4

    • Digital Editions: Scholarly Tradition in an Avant-Garde Medium, Andrew Jewell
    • One Dimensional History, Denton L. Watson
    • Emma Goldman: Documentary History of the American Years, Volume 1, Made for America, 1890-1901; Volume 2, Making Speech Free, 1902-1909, Nancy Marie Robertson
    • Eleanor Roosevelt Papers: Volume 1, The Human Rights Years, 1945-1948, Kathleen Dalton
    • The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, Volume I, 1805-1813, and The Moravian Springplace Mission to the Cherokees, Volume II, 1814-1821, Angela Pulley Hudson
    • Recent Editions, compiled by Linnéa Caproni