← Appendix: Form Letters  

References

Listed here are books and articles that relate directly to documentary and textual editing and are cited in the text or listed in the suggested readings sections at the end of each chapter. Routine reference works and primary source editions are omitted.

Abbot, W. W. “An Uncommon Wareness of Self: The Papers of George Washington.” Prologue 21 (Spring 1989): 7–19.

Abbott, Craig S. “A Response to Nordloh’s ‘Socialization, Authority, and Evidence.’ ” Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography 1 (1987): 13–16.

Anderson, Frederick. “Hazards of Photographic Sources.” CEAA Newsletter 1 (March 1968): 5.

———. “Team Proofreading: Some Problems.” CEAA Newsletter 2 (July 1969): 15.

Arksey, Laura, et al., eds. American Diaries: An Annotated Bibliography of Published American Diaries and Journals. 2 vols. Detroit, 1982, 1987.

Association for Documentary Editing. “Minimum Standards for Electronic Editions.” Available at the ADE Web site, http://documentaryediting.org/resources/about/standards.html#minimum.

Association of American University Presses. One Book/Five Ways: The Publishing Procedures of Five University Presses. Chicago, 1994.

Bailey, Charles W., Jr. Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography. Published by the University of Houston Libraries, 1996–2006. Current version mounted http://epress.lib.uh.edu/sepb/sepb.html.

Bailey, Herbert S., Jr. “Einstein’s Collected Papers: Planning and Development.” Scholarly Publishing 20 (July 1989): 202–17.

———. “Thoreau and Us.” Scholarly Publishing 2 (July 1971): 327–28.

Battestin, Martin. “A Rationale of Literary Annotation: The Example of Fielding’s Novels.” In Vogt and Jones, Literary and Historical Editing, 57–79. Reprinted in Studies in Bibliography 34 (1981): 1–22.

Baylor University Institute for Oral History. Style Guide: A Quick Reference for Editing Oral Memoirs. Baylor, Texas, 2007. http://www.baylor.edu/Oral_History/index.php?id=23607.

Beales, Ross, Jr., and Randall K. Burkett. Historical Editing for Undergraduates. Worcester, Mass., 1977.

Beard, William D. “American Justinian or Prairie Pettifogger? Lincoln’s Legal Legacy: Documenting the Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln.” Documentary Editing 14 (December 1992): 61–64.

Bebb, Bruce, and Hershel Parker. “Freehafer on Greg and the CEAA: Secure Footing and ‘Substantial Shortfalls.’ ” Studies in the Novel 7 (1975): 391–94.

Becker, Robert Stephen. “Challenges in Editing Modern Literary Correspondence: Transcription.” TEXT 1 (1984): 257–70.

Bedini, Silvio A. Thomas Jefferson and His Copying Machines. Charlottesville, 1984.

Bell, Alan. “The Letters of Sir Walter Scott: Problems and Opportunities.” In Dainard, Editing Correspondence, 63–80.

Bell, Whitfield. “Franklin’s Papers and the Papers of Benjamin Franklin.” Pennsylvania History 22 (1955): 1–17.

Bellardo, Lewis J., and Lynn Lady Bellardo. A Glossary for Archivists, Manuscript Curators, and Records Managers. Chicago, 1992.

Benedict, Michael L. “Historians and the Continuing Controversy over Fair Use of Unpublished Manuscript Materials.” American Historical Review 91 (1986): 859–81.

Benjamin, Mary A. Autographs: A Key to Collecting. New York, 1963.

Benn, Tony. “The Diary as Historical Source.” Archives 20 (April 1993): 4–17.

Benner, Martha L. “The Abraham Lincoln Legal Papers: The Development of the Complete Facsimile Edition on CD-ROM.” Documentary Editing 16 (1994): 100–107.

———. “The Lincoln Legal Papers and the New Age of Documentary Editing.” Computers and the Humanities 30 (1996): 365–72.

———. “A ‘Value-Added’ Resource: The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln: Complete Documentary Edition.Documentary Editing 26 (Summer 2004): 61–74.

Bennett, Betty T. “The Editor of Letters as Critic: A Denial of Blameless Neutrality.” TEXT 6 (1994): 213–23.

Bentley, G. E., Jr. “Blake’s Works as Performances: Intentions and Inattentions.” TEXT 4 (1988): 319–30.

Berkeley, Francis L., Jr. “History and the Problem of the Control of Manuscripts in the United States.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 98 (June 1954): 171–78.

Berlin, Ira, et al. “Writing Freedom’s History.” Prologue 14 (Fall 1982): 129–39.

Berlin, Jean V. “Selecting the Essential Webster.” Documentary Editing 13 (June 1991): 25–29.

Billias, George Athan. Review of Naval Documents of the American Revolution, vol. 2. American Historical Review 73 (October 1967): 216–17.

———. Review of Naval Documents of the American Revolution, vol. 5. American Historical Review 77 (June 1972): 831.

———. Review of David Humphreys’s “Life of General Washington”: With George Washington’s “Remarks,” edited by Rosemarie Zagarri. Journal of American History 79 (1992): 248–49.

Blassingame, John L. Introduction to Slave Testimony: Two Centuries of Letters, Interviews, and Autobiographies. Baton Rouge, 1977.

Blegen, Theodore C. “Our Widening Province.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 31 (June 1944): 3–20.

Bowers, Fredson. Essays in Bibliography, Text, and Editing. Charlottesville, 1975.

———. “Established Texts and Definitive Editions.” Philological Quarterly 41 (1962): 1–17. Reprinted in his Essays in Bibliography, Text, and Editing, 359–74.

———. “Four Faces of Bibliography.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 10 (1971): 33–45. Reprinted in his Essays in Bibliography, Text, and Editing, 94–108.

———. “The Function of Bibliography.” Library Trends 7 (April 1959): 497–510.

———. “Multiple Authority: New Problems and Concepts of Copy-Text.” The Library 27 (June 1972): 81–115. Reprinted in his Essays in Bibliography, Text, and Editing, 447–87.

———. Principles of Bibliographical Description. Princeton, 1949.

———. “Some Relations of Bibliography to Editorial Problems.” Studies in Bibliography 3 (1950–51): 37–62. Reprinted in his Essays in Bibliography, Text, and Editing, 15–36.

———. “Transcription of Manuscripts: The Record of Variants.” Studies in Bibliography 29 (1976): 212–64.

Boyd, Julian P. “ ‘God’s Altar Needs Not Our Polishings.’ ” New York History 39 (January 1958): 3–21.

Boydston, Jo Ann. “The Collected Works of John Dewey.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 85 (1991): 119–44.

———. “The Press and the Project: A Study in Cooperation.” Scholarly Publishing 15 (1983–84): 301–12.

Brilliant, Ira. “The Manuscript Society Information Exchange Database Opens at Arizona State University.” Manuscripts 42 (1990): 5–12.

Broeker, Galen. “Jared Sparks, Robert Peel, and the State Papers Office.” American Quarterly 13 (1961): 140–52.

Brooke, Christopher N. L. “The Teaching of Diplomatics.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 4 (April 1970): 1–9.

Burg, B. Richard. “The Autograph Trade and Documentary Editing.” Manuscripts 22 (Fall 1970): 247–54.

Burke, Frank. “Automation and Documentary Editing.” British Journal for the History of Science 20 (January 1987): 73–79.

———. “The Historian as Editor: Progress and Problems.” Public Historian 4 (1982): 5–19.

Burkhardt, Frederick. “Editing the Correspondence of Charles Darwin.” Studies in Bibliography 41 (1988): 49–159.

Burnard, Lou, Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe, and John Unsworth, eds. Electronic Textual Editing. New York, 2006. Preview copies of this article were made available online in 2005 at http://www.tei-c.org/Activities/ETE/Preview/.

Bush, Sargent. “Watching Jonathan Edwards Think.” Documentary Editing 18 (September 1996): 53–57.

Butcher, Judith. Typescripts, Proofs, and Indexes. New York, 1980.

Butler, Sharon, and William P. Stoneman, eds. Editing, Publishing and Computer Technology: Papers Given at the Twentieth Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, 2–3 November 1984. New York, 1988.

Butterfield, Lyman H. “Archival and Editorial Enterprise in 1850 and 1950: Some Comparisons and Contrasts.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 98 (1954): 159–70.

———. Butterfield in Holland: A Record of L. H. Butterfield’s Pursuit of the Adamses Abroad in 1959. Cambridge, 1961.

———. “New Light on the North Atlantic Triangle in the 1780s.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 21 (October 1964): 596–606.

———. “The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Progress and Procedures in the Enterprise at Princeton.” American Archivist 12 (1949): 131–45.

———. “The Scholar’s One World.” American Archivist 29 (1966): 343–61.

Byrne, Sherry. “Guidelines for Contracting Microfilming Services.” Microform Review 15 (Fall 1986): 253–64.

Cappon, Lester J. “American Historical Editors before Jared Sparks: ‘they will plant a forest. . . .’ ” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 30 (July 1973): 375–400.

———. “The Historian as Editor.” In In Support of Clio: Essays in Memory of Herbert A. Kellar, edited by William B. Hesseltine and Donald R. McNeil, 173–93. Madison, Wis., 1958.

———. “ ‘The Historian’s Day’—from Archives to History.” In The Reinterpretation of Early American History: Essays in Honor of John Edwin Pomfret, edited by Ray Allen Billington, 233–49. San Marino, Calif., 1966.

———. “A Rationale for Historical Editing Past and Present.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 23 (January 1966): 56–75.

Cardwell, Guy. “Author, Intention, Text: The California Mark Twain.” Review 11 (1989): 255–88.

Carter, Clarence E. Historical Editing. Bulletin no. 7. Washington, D.C., 1952.

———. “The United States and Documentary Historical Publication.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 25 (June 1938): 3–24.

Carter, John. ABC for Book Collectors. 7th ed., edited by Nicolas Barker. New Castle, Del., 1995.

Cayton, Mary Kupiec. “A Transcendentalist in Transition: Emerson and His Sermons, from Sacred to Secular.” Documentary Editing 13 (March 1991): 9–12.

Center for Editions of American Authors (CEAA). Statement of Editorial Principles and Procedures: A Working Manual for Editing Nineteenth-Century Texts. Rev. ed. New York, 1972.

Chesnutt, David R. “Comprehensive Text Processing and the Papers of Henry Laurens.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 2 (May 1980): 12–14.

———. “Historical Editions in the Digital Age.” D-Lib Magazine, November 1995, http://www.dlib.org.

———. “Historical Editions in the States.” Computers and the Humanities 25 (1991): 377–80.

———. “Presidential Editions: The Promise and Problems of Technology.” Documentary Editing 16 (September 1994): 70–77.

Cimprich, John. Review of The Papers of Andrew Johnson, vol. 8. Journal of Southern History 58 (1992): 152–53.

Clark, Harry. A Venture in History: The Production, Publication, and Sale of the Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. University of California Publications, Librarianship, no. 19. Los Angeles, 1973.

Claussen, Martin. “Revisiting America’s State Papers, 1789–1861: A Clinical Examination and Prognosis.” American Archivist 36 (1973): 523–36.

Cohen, Daniel J., and Roy Rosenzweig. Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web. Philadelphia, 2006. Also available at http://chnm.gmu.edu/digitalhistory/authors.php.

Cohen, Philip, ed. Devils and Angels: Textual Editing and Literary Theory. Charlottesville, 1991.

———. “Textual Instability, Literary Studies, and Recent Developments in Textual Scholarship.” Resources for American Literary Study 20 (1994): 133–48.

Coleman, Martin. “Another Kind of E-Mail: The Electronic Edition of The Correspondence of John Dewey.Documentary Editing 26 (Summer 2004): 93–120.

Cook, Don L. “Precise Editing in a Book Club Format.” Documentary Editing 10 (September 1988): 6–10.

———. “The Short Happy Thesis of G. Thomas Tanselle.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 3 (February 1981): 1–4.

Cox, H. Bartholomew. “Publication of Manuscripts: Devaluation or Enhancement?” American Archivist 32 (1969): 25–32.

Crane, Elaine Forman. “Gender Consciousness in Editing: The Diary of Elizabeth Drinker.” TEXT 4 (1988): 375–83.

Creasy, William C. “A Microcomputer Editorial Procedure.” In Microcomputers and Literary Scholarship, by William C. Creasy and Vinton A. Dearing, 1–22. Los Angeles, 1986.

Cullen, Charles T. “Principles of Annotation in Editing Historical Documents; or, How to Avoid Breaking the Butterfly on the Wheel of Scholarship.” In Vogt and Jones, Literary and Historical Editing, 81–95.

Cunningham, Noble E., Jr. “The Legacy of Julian Boyd.” South Atlantic Quarterly 83 (1984): 340–44.

Curran, Stuart. “The Blake Archive.” TEXT 12 (1999): 216–19.

Cutler, Wayne. “The ‘Authentic’ Witness: The Editor Speaks for the Document.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 4 (February 1982): 8–9.

Dainard, J. A., ed. Editing Correspondence: Papers Given at the Fourteenth Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, 3–4 November 1978. New York, 1979.

Daniels, Maygene. “The Ingenious Pen: American Writing Implements from the Eighteenth Century to the Twentieth Century.” American Archivist 43 (1980): 312–24.

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. “Two Hundred Years of Acquiring the Fifty Years of the Colonial Records of Georgia: A Chapter in Failure in Historical Publication.” Documentary Editing 23 (March 2001): 13–17, 23.

Davis, Tom. “The CEAA and Modern Textual Editing.” The Library 32 (1977): 61–74.

Dearing, Vinton. “Textual Criticism Today: A Brief Survey.” Studies in the Novel 7 (1975): 394–98.

De Battista, Michael. “Tape Proofreading: An Adaptation for Part-Time Staff.” Scholarly Publishing 7 (January 1975): 147–50.

De Tienne, André. “The Peirce Papers: How to Pick Up Manuscripts That Fell to the Floor.” TEXT 10 (1998): 261–68.

Dierenfield, Bruce. Review of Miss You: The World War II Letters of Barbara Wooddall Taylor and Charles E. Taylor, edited by Judy Barrett Litoff and David C. Smith. Journal of Southern History 58 (1992): 386–87.

Dow, Elizabeth. “Archivists and Scholarly Editing.” Documentary Editing 27 (2005): 149–52.

Duggan, Hoyt. “Some Unrevolutionary Aspects of Computer Editing.” In The Literary Text in the Digital Age, edited by Richard J. Finneran, 77–90.

Dunlap, Leslie W., and Fred Shelley, eds. The Publication of American Historical Manuscripts. Iowa City, 1976.

Easson, Angus. “Reviewing Editions: Letters, Journals, Diaries.” In Literary Reviewing, edited by James O. Hoge, 44–67. Charlottesville, 1987.

“The Editor’s Craft: Looking Back to Look Ahead.” Documentary Editing 17 (March 1995): 22–24.

Edwards, Mary Jane. “CEECT: Progress, Procedures, and Problems.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 26 (1987): 13–26.

———. “Scholarly Editing in Canada.” English Studies in Canada 27 (2001): 1–204.

“Electronic Editions (I): What Should They Look Like?”; “Electronic Editions (II): Works in Progress.” Documentary Editing 18 (March 1996): 113–14.

Eppard, Philip B. “The Archivist’s Perspective: Implications for Documentary Editing.” Documentary Editing 16 (June 1994): 47–50.

Evans, Frank B., et al., “A Basic Glossary for Archivists, Manuscript Curators, and Records Managers.” American Archivist 37 (July 1974): 415–31.

Fabian, Bernhard. “Jefferson’s Notes on Virginia: The Genesis of Query xvii, The different religions received into that State.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 12 (January 1955): 124–38.

Feller, Daniel. “Compromising Clay.” Documentary Editing 8 (September 1986): 10–15.

———. “ ‘What Good Are They Anyway?’: A User Looks at Documentary Editions of Statesmen’s Papers.” Documentary Editing 9 (December 1987): 1–6.

Ferraro, William. Review of Home Letters of General Sherman, edited by M. A. De Wolfe Howe. Documentary Editing 17 (1995): 74–76.

Filby, P. W. Calligraphy and Handwriting in America, 1710–1967. New York, 1963.

Finkenbine, Roy E. “Garveyism and the ‘New Documentary Editing.’ ” Documentary Editing 7 (March 1985): 7–11.

Finneran, Richard J., ed. The Literary Text in the Digital Age. Ann Arbor, 1996.

Fishbein, Morris. “The Evidential Value of Nontextual Records: An Early Precedent.” American Archivist 45 (Spring 1982): 189–90.

Fones-Wolf, Ken. “Human Frailties and Editorial Rigidities: The Letters of Eugene V. Debs.” Documentary Editing 15 (September 1993): 61–64.

Ford, Worthington C. “The Editorial Function in United States History.” American Historical Review 23 (1917–18): 273–86.

Franklin, Benjamin. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: A Genetic Text, edited by J. A. Leo Lemay and P. M. Zal. Knoxville, Tenn., 1981.

Franklin, Wayne. “The ‘Library of America’ and the Welter of American Books.” Iowa Review 15 (Spring–Summer 1985): 176–94.

Friedman, Arthur. “Principles of Historical Annotation in Critical Editions of Modern Texts.” English Institute Annual, 1941, 115–28.

Gabler, Hans Walter. “Moving a Print-Based Editorial Project into Electronic Form.” In Burnard, O’Keeffe, and Unsworth, Electronic Textual Editing, 339–45.

———. Review of James Joyce’s Ulysses: A Facsimile of the Manuscript. The Library 32 (1977): 177–82.

———. “The Synchrony and the Diachrony of Texts: Practice and Theory of the Critical Edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses.TEXT 1 (1984): 305–26.

———. “The Text as Process and the Problem of Intentionality.” TEXT 3 (1987): 107–15.

Gaskell, Philip. From Writer to Reader: Studies in Editorial Method. Oxford, 1978.

———. A New Introduction to Bibliography. Reprint. New Castle, Del., 1995.

Geckle, George L. Review of Christopher Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus. TEXT 7 (1994): 492–511.

George, Juliette, Alexander George, and Michael Marmor. “Research Note: Issues in Wilson Scholarship: References to Early ‘Strokes’ in the Papers of Woodrow Wilson.Journal of American History 70 (March 1984): 845–53.

Giacomantonio, William C. de. Review of Ethan Allen and His Kin. Documentary Editing 21 (December 1999): 73–75.

Gibson, William M. “The Center for Editions of American Authors.” In Professional Standards and American Editions: A Response to Edmund Wilson, 1–6. New York, 1969.

Gilman, William H. “How Should Journals Be Edited?” Early American Literature 6 (Spring 1971): 73–83.

Gilmore, William J. Review of The Letters of John Greenleaf Whittier, edited by John P. Pickard. Journal of American History 63 (1976): 672–73.

Goldman, Jerry, ed. The Supreme Court’s Greatest Hits. Evanston, Ill., 1999.

Gordon, Ann. “A Future for Documentary Editions: The Historical Documents Study.” Documentary Editing 14 (March 1992): 6–10.

Gottesman, Ronald, and Scott Bennett, eds., Art and Error: Modern Textual Editing. Bloomington, Ind., 1970.

Gottesman, Ronald, and David Nordloh. “The Quest for Perfection: Or Surprises in the Consummation of Their Wedding Journey.CEAA Newsletter 1 (March 1968): 12–13.

Greetham, David C., ed. The Margins of the Text. Ann Arbor, 1996.

———. “Rights to Copy.” TEXT 10 (1997): 135–46.

———, ed. Scholarly Editing: A Guide to Research. New York, 1995.

———. “Textual and Literary Theory: Redrawing the Matrix.” Studies in Bibliography 42 (1989): 1–24.

———. Textual Scholarship: An Introduction. New York, 1992.

———. Textual Transgressions: Essays toward the Construction of a Bibliography. New York, 1996.

———. Theories of the Text. Oxford, 1996.

Greg, W. W. “The Rationale of Copy-text.” Studies in Bibliography 3 (1950–51): 19–36. Reprinted in Bibliography and Textual Criticism, edited by O. M. Brack Jr. and Warner Barnes, 41–58. Chicago, 1969. Also in Gottesman and Bennett, Art and Error, 17–36.

Grele, Ronald, J. “Movement without Aim: Methodological and Theoretical Problems in Oral History.” In Envelopes of Sound: Six Practitioners Discuss the Method, Theory, and Practice of Oral Testimony and Oral History, edited by Ronald J. Grele, 33–34. Chicago, 1975.

Gruber, Ira D. Review of Naval Documents of the American Revolution, vol. 1. William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 22 (1965): 660–63.

Guide to Reference Works. Initiated under the editorship of Constance Winchell and continued by Eugene Sheehy and Robert Balay. 11th ed. Chicago, 1996.

Hajo, Cathy Moran. “Computerizing Control over Authority Names at the Margaret Sanger Papers.” Documentary Editing 13 (June 1991): 35–39

Halsband, Robert. “Editing the Letters of Letter-Writers.” Studies in Bibliography 11 (1958): 25–37. Reprinted in Gottesman and Bennett, Art and Error, 124–39.

Hamer, Philip M. “ ‘. . . authentic Documents tending to elucidate our History.’ ” American Archivist 25 (1962): 3–13.

Hamilton, Charles. Collecting Autographs and Manuscripts. Norman, Okla., 1961.

Handbook of Oral History. Edited by Thomas L. Charlton, Lois Myers, and Rebecca Sharpless. Lanham, Md., 2002.

Harman, Eleanor. “Hints on Proofreading.” Scholarly Publishing 7 (January 1975): 151–57.

Harrison, Teresa M., and Timothy Stephen. “On-Line Disciplines: Computer-Mediated Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences.” Computers and the Humanities 26 (1992): 181–93.

Harvard Guide to American History, edited by Frank Burt Freidel, with Richard K. Showman. 2 vols. Rev. ed. Cambridge, Mass., 1974.

Hattaway, Herman. Review of Jefferson Davis: The Man and His Hour, by William C. David. Journal of American History 79 (1992): 1178–79.

Hay, Louis. “Genetic Editing, Past and Future: A Few Reflections by a User.” TEXT 3 (1987): 117–33.

Henige, David. Review of The Juan Pardo Expeditions. Documentary Editing 13 (June 1991): 30–34.

Herst, Herman, Jr. “Philatelists Are the Luckiest People.” Manuscripts 32 (Summer 1980): 187–90.

Hesseltine, William B., and Larry Gara. “The Archives of Pennsylvania: A Glimpse at an Editor’s Problem.” Pennsylvania Magazine 77 (1953): 328–31.

Hill, W. Speed. “The Case for Standards in Scholarly Editing.” Literary Research 13 (1988): 203–12.

———. “Theory and Practice in Anglo-American Scholarly Editing, 1950–2000.” Anglia: Zeitschrift für englische Philologie, 2001, 327–50.

———. “The Theory and Practice of Transcription.” In New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, edited by W. Speed Hill, 25–32. Binghamton, N.Y., 1993.

———. “Where Would Anglo-American Textual Criticism Be If Shakespeare Had Died of the Plague in 1593?” TEXT 13 (2000): 1–7.

Hirst, Robert H. “Editing Mark Twain, Hand to Hand, ‘Like All D——d Fool Printers.’ ” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 88 (June 1994): 157–88.

Hobson, Charles. Review of The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, vol. 3. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 97 (1989): 228–30.

Hockey, Susan. Electronic Texts in the Humanities. Oxford, 2000.

Hodge, M. J. S. “Darwin: The Voyage, London, and Down.” Annals of Science 50 (1993): 179.

Holloran, Peter. “Rediscovering Lost Values: Transcribing an African-American Sermon.” Documentary Editing 13 (September 1991): 49–53.

Holmes, Oliver W. “Documentary Publication in the Western Hemisphere.” Archivum 16 (1966): 79–96.

Hornberger, Theodore. Review of The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, vols. 1 and 2. American Quarterly 3 (1951): 87–90.

Housman, A. E. “The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism.” 1921. In A. E. Housman: Selected Prose, edited by John Carter, 131–50. Cambridge, 1962. Also in Gottesman and Bennett, Art and Error, 1–16.

Howard, Ronald W. “Lewis Morris, in Eighteenth-Century New Jersey and New York: A Review.” Documentary Editing 17 (March 1995): 11–15.

Howard-Hill, T. H. “Enumerative and Descriptive Bibliography.” In The Book Encompassed: Studies in Twentieth-Century Bibliography, edited by Peter Davison, 122–29. Cambridge, 1992.

———. “Shakespeare Edited, Restored, Domesticated, Verbatim and Modernized.” Review 15 (1993): 115–225.

Hudson, Charles, and Paul Hoffman, trans. The Juan Pardo Expeditions: Exploration of the Carolinas and Tennessee, 1566–1568. Washington, D.C., 1990.

Hudspeth, Robert N. “Hawthorne’s Letters and the ‘Darksome Veil of Mystery.’ ” Documentary Editing 8 (September 1986): 7–11.

———. “William and Henry James: Natives of the James Family, and of No Other Country.” Documentary Editing 17 (September 1995): 62.

Hurlebusch, Klaus. “‘Relic’ and ‘Tradition’: Some Aspects of Editing Diaries.” TEXT 3 (1987): 143–53.

Hutchison, Ann M., ed. Editing Women: Papers Given at the Thirty-First Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, 3–4 November 1995. Toronto, 1998.

Hutson, James H. Review of The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, vol. 27. Pennsylvania Magazine 114 (1990): 295–96.

Irons, Peter, ed. May It Please the Court: The First Amendment: [Live Recordings and] Transcripts of the Oral Arguments Made before the Supreme Court in Sixteen Key First Amendment Cases. New York, 1997.

Jackson, Donald. “What I Did for Love—of Editing.” Western Historical Quarterly 13 (1982): 291–97.

James, Judith Giblin. “ ‘I Know my Worth’: Lillian Smith’s Letters from the Modern South.” Documentary Editing 16 (December 1994): 85–87.

Jameson, J. Franklin. “Gaps in the Published Records of United States History.” American Historical Review 11 (1905–6): 817–31.

Jenkins, Reese V. “Words, Images, Artifacts and Sound: Documents for the History of Technology.” British Journal for the History of Science 20 (1987): 1–8.

Jenkins, Reese V., and Thomas E. Jeffrey. “Worth a Thousand Words: Nonverbal Documents in Editing.” Documentary Editing 6 (September 1984): 1–8.

Jenkinson, Hilary. “The Representation of Manuscripts in Print.” London Mercury 30 (September 1934): 429–38.

Johnsen, Leigh. “Annotation Control and Computers: A Case Study of the Salmon P. Chase Papers Project.” Documentary Editing 22 (June 2000): 34–38.

Johnson, Thomas H. “Establishing a Text: The Emily Dickinson Papers.” Studies in Bibliography 5 (1952–53): 21–32.

Kasdorf, William E., et al. The Columbia Guide to Digital Publishing. New York, 2003.

Kerr, Chester. “Publishing Historical Sources: A Prejudicial View of the Problem of Finance.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 98 (August 1954): 273–78.

Ketcham, Ralph L. “The Madison Family Papers: Case Study in a Search for Historical Manuscripts.” Manuscripts 11 (Summer 1959): 49–55.

Kets-Vree, Annemarie. “Dutch Scholarly Editing: The Historical-Critical Edition.” TEXT 13 (2000): 131–49.

Kimnach, Wilson H. “Realities of the Sermon: Some Considerations for Editors.” Documentary Editing 5 (February 1983): 5–10.

Kirkham, E. Kay. How to Read the Handwriting and Records of Early America. Salt Lake City, 1964.

Kitching, Christopher. “Record Publication in England and Wales, 1957–1982.” Archives 17 (April 1985): 38–46.

———. “The Status of Documentary Editing in the United Kingdom.” Documentary Editing 11 (June 1989): 29–31.

Kline, Mary-Jo. A Guide to Documentary Editing. Baltimore, 1987; 2d ed., 1998.

Knight, David. “Background and Foreground: Getting Things in Context.” British Journal for the History of Science 20 (1987): 3–12.

Kohn, Richard H., and George M. Curtis III. “The Government, the Historical Profession, and Historical Editing.” Reviews in American History 9 (June 1981): 145–55.

Kraditor, Aileen S. Review of The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, vols. 1 and 2. Reviews in American History 1 (1973): 519–23.

Krattenmaker, Tom. “Reading Jefferson’s Mail.” Princeton Alumni Weekly, 10 November 1993, 10–15.

Kristeller, Paul Oskar. “The Lachmann Method: Merits and Limitations.” TEXT 1 (1984): 11–20.

Labaree, Leonard W. “In Search of ‘B Franklin.’ ” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 16 (April 1959): 188–97.

———. “350 Were Approached, Only Three Said ‘No.’ ” Williams Alumni Review, February 1967, 11–12.

Landon, Richard, ed. Editing and Editors: A Retrospect: Papers Given at the Twenty-First Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, 1–2 November 1985. New York, 1988.

Landow, George P. “Hypertext in Literary Education, Criticism, and Scholarship.” Computers and the Humanities 23 (1989): 173–98.

Larsen, John C. Larsen, ed. Researcher’s Guide to Archives and Regional History Sources. Hamden, Conn., 1988.

Leland, Waldo Gifford. “The Prehistory and Origins of the National Historical Publications Commission.” American Archivist 27 (1964): 187–94.

Lemay, J. A. Leo. Canon of Benjamin Franklin, 1722–1776: New Attributions and Reconsiderations. Newark, 1986.

Lemisch, Jesse. “The American Revolution Bicentennial and the Papers of Great White Men: A Preliminary Critique of Current Documentary Publication Programs and Some Alternative Proposals.” American Historical Association Newsletter 9 (November 1971): 7–21.

Lennox, John, and Janet M. Paterson, eds. Challenges, Projects, Texts: Canadian Editing: Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, November 17–18, 1989. New York, 1993.

Levenston, Edward A. The Stuff of Literature: Physical Aspects of Texts and Their Relation to Literary Meaning. Albany, 1992.

Lewis, Wilmarth S. “Editing Familiar Letters.” In Dainard, Editing Correspondence, 25–37.

Link, Arthur S. “Where We Stand Now and Where We Might Go.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 2 (February 1980): 1–4.

Luey, Beth. “Editing Bill Gates’s E-Mail.” Documentary Editing 25 (2003): 155–60.

———. Editing Documents and Texts: An Annotated Bibliography. Madison, Wis., 1990.

———. Handbook for Academic Authors. New York, 1987.

———. “Publishing the Edition.” Documentary Editing 13 (June 1991): 40–45.

Lupton, John. “Putting the Pieces Together.” Documentary Editing 18 (June 1996): 46–47.

Maas, Paul. Textual Criticism. Translated by Barbara Flower. Oxford, 1958.

Madden, Dennis D. “Historical Editing and the Practical Application of Archival Skills: Surveying Common Ground.” Documentary Editing 16 (March 1994): 10–12.

Mailloux, Stephen. Interpretive Conventions: The Reader in the Study of American Fiction. Ithaca, 1991.

Mancher, Michael. “The Text of the Fruits of the MLA.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 68 (1974): 411–12.

Matthews, John. “The Hunt for the Disraeli Letters.” In Dainard, Editing Correspondence, 81–92.

McClure, James P. “The Neglected Calendar.” Documentary Editing 10 (September 1988): 18–21.

McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. “Tradition and Innovation: Recent Developments in Literary Editing.” Documentary Editing 10 (December 1988): 5–10.

McGann, Jerome J. “The Complete Writings and Pictures of Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Hypermedia Research Archive.” TEXT 7 (1994): 95–105.

———. A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism. Chicago, 1983.

———. “Hideous Progeny, Rough Beasts: Editing as a Theoretical Pursuit.” TEXT 11 (1998): 1–16.

———. “The Rossetti Archive and Image-Based Electronic Editing.” In The Iconic Page in Manuscript, Print, and Digital Culture, 145–84. Ann Arbor, 1998.

———. “Social Contracts, Production Contracts, and Authority.” In Resisting Texts: Authority and Submission in Constructions of Meaning, edited by Peter Shillingsburg. Ann Arbor, 1997.

McGirr, Newman F. “The Adventures of Peter Force.” Records of the Columbia Historical Society 42 (1942): 35–82.

McHaney, Thomas L. “The Important Questions Are Seldom Raised.” Studies in the Novel 7 (1975): 399–402.

McKivigan, John R. “Capturing the Oral Event: Editing the Speeches of Frederick Douglass.” Documentary Editing 10 (March 1988): 1–5.

Meadows, A. J. “Changing Records and Changing Realities.” British Journal for the History of Science 20 (January 1987): 67–71.

Meats, Steven. “The Editing of Harold Frederic’s Correspondence.” Review 2 (1980): 31–39.

Meriwether, James B. “Some Proofreading Precautions.” CEAA Newsletter 2 (July 1969): 17–18.

Merriam, Thomas. “An Experiment with the Federalist Papers.” Computers and the Humanities 23 (1989): 252–54.

Middleton, Anne. “Life in the Margins; or, What’s an Annotator to Do?” The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin 20 (1990): 167–83.

Middleton, Arthur Pierce, and Douglass Adair. “The Mystery of the Horn Papers.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 4 (October 1947): 409–45.

Miller, F. Thornton. Review of John Marshall Papers, vol. 6. Virginia Magazine 101 (1993): 172–73.

Miller, Lillian B. Review of The Correspondence and Miscellaneous Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 94 (1986): 227–29.

Miller, Randall M. “Documentary Editing and Black History: A Few Observations and Suggestions.” Maryland Historian 16 (1985): 3–9.

Modern Languages Association. Guidelines for Editors of Scholarly Editions. Last revised 25 September 2007. http://www.mla.org/cse_guidelines#d0e323.

———. Professional Standards and American Editions: A Response to Edmund Wilson. New York, 1969.

Moggridge, D. E., ed. Editing Modern Economists: Papers Given at the Twenty-Second Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, 7–8 November 1989. New York, 1988.

Moore, Alexander. “Present at the Creation: John Franklin Jameson and the Development of Humanistic Scholarship in America.” Documentary Editing 16 (September 1994): 57–60.

Morris, Richard B. “The Current Statesmen’s Papers Publication Program: An Appraisal from the Point of View of the Legal Historian.” American Journal of Legal History 11 (1967): 95–106.

Mosteller, Frederick, and David L. Wallace. Inference and Disputed Authorship: The Federalist. Reading, Mass., 1964.

Mumford, Lewis. “Emerson behind Barbed Wire.” New York Review of Books, 18 January 1968, 3–5.

Myerson, Joel. “The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin: A Genetic Text.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 4 (May 1982): 9–10.

———. “Nothing Left to Lose: Or, Changes in Literary Editing and the Decline of Civilization As We Know It.” Documentary Editing 20 (December 1998): 85–88.

Myerson, Joel, and Daniel Shealy. “Editing Louisa May Alcott’s Journals.” Manuscripts 42 (1990): 19–33.

National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Historical Documentary Editions. Washington, D.C., 1993.

———. Historical Editions, 1988: A List of Documentary Publications Supported by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. Washington, D.C., 1988.

National Initiative for a Networked Cultural Heritage (NINCH). Guide to Good Practice in Digital Representation and Management of Cultural Heritage Materials. Washington, D.C., 2003. Also available at http://www.nyu.edu/its/humanities/ninchguide.

Neufeldt, Leonard N. “Neopragmatism and Convention in Textual Editing, with Examples from the Editing of Thoreau’s Autograph Journal.” Analytical and Enumerate Bibliography, n.s., 1 (1987): 227–36.

Newcomer, Lee N. “Manasseh Cutler’s Writings: A Note on Editorial Practice.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 47 (June 1960): 88–101.

Newman, Debra. Review of The Marcus Garvey and Universal Negro Improvement Papers, vols. 1 and 2. American Archivist 47 (1984): 308–10.

Nickell, Joe. Pen, Ink, and Evidence: A Study of Writing and Writing Materials for the Penman, Collector, and Document Detective. Lexington, Ky., 1990.

Nida, Eugene A. “Editing Translated Texts.” TEXT 4 (1988): 13–27.

Noble, Richard A. “The NHPRC Data Base Project: Building the ‘Interstate Highway System.’ ” American Archivist 51 (1988): 98–105.

Nordloh, David J. “The ‘Perfect’ Text: The Editor Speaks for the Author.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 2 (May 1980): 1–3.

———. “Socialization, Authority, and Evidence: Reflections on McGann’s A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism.” Analytical and Enumerative Bibliography, n.s., 1 (1987): 3–12.

———. “Substantives and Accidentals vs. New Evidence: Another Strike in the Game of Distinctions.” CEAA Newsletter 3 (June 1970): 12–13.

———. “Supplying What’s Missing in Editions of Selected Letters.” Scholarly Publishing 17 (1985–86): 37–47.

———. “Theory, Funding, and Coincidence in the Editing of American Literature.” In Landon, Editing and Editors, 137–55.

North Carolina Division of Archives and History. Guide for Authors and Editors Compiled by Historical Publications Editors, compiled by Joe A. Mobley and Kathleen B. Wyche. Raleigh, 1992.

Oberbeck, Lois More. “Researching Literary Manuscripts: A Scholar’s Perspective.” American Archivist 56 (1993): 62–69.

Oberg, Barbara. “Documentary Editing as a Collaborative Enterprise: Theirs, Mine, or Ours?” Documentary Editing 17 (March 1995): 1–5.

Oetting, Edward. “The Information Exchange Database: ’The Future Is Now.’ ” Manuscripts 42 (1990): 13–17.

One Book/Five Ways: The Publishing Procedures of Five University Presses. Chicago, 1994.

O’Neill, James E. “Copies of French Manuscripts for American History in the Library of Congress.” Journal of American History 51 (December 1965): 674–91.

Oral History Manual, The. Compiled by Barbara W. Sommer and Mary Kay Quinlan. American Association for State and Local History Book Series. Walnut Creek, Calif., 2002.

Orth, Ralph. “An Edition of Emerson’s Poetry Notebooks.” Documentary Editing 6 (March 1984): 8–11.

Parker, Hershel. Flawed Texts and Verbal Icons: Literary Authority in American Fiction. Evanston, Ill., 1984.

———. Review of the Centenary Edition of Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, vols. 12 and 13. Nineteenth-Century Fiction 33 (1979): 489–92.

Parker, Hershel, and Bruce Bebb. “The CEAA: An Interim Assessment.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 68 (1974): 129–48.

Peck, Robert McCracken. Review of The Correspondence of John Bartram. William and Mary Quarterly 50 (1993): 356–58.

Peckham, Morse. “Notes on Freehafer and the CEAA.” Studies in the Novel 7 (1975): 402–4.

Porter, Duncan, and Alison Peran. “Editing Textual and Extra-textual Materials in Charles Darwin’s Correspondence.” Documentary Editing 26 (Fall 2004): 135–65.

Powell, J. H. The Books of a New Nation. Philadelphia, 1957.

———. Review of The Letters of Benjamin Rush. Mississippi Valley Historical Review 39 (September 1952): 325–27.

Price, Kenneth M. “Dollars and Sense in Collaborative Digital Scholarship: The Example of the Walt Whitman Hypertext Archive.” Documentary Editing 23 (June 2001): 29–33, 43.

Prögler, J. A. “Choices in Editing Oral History.” Oral History Review 19 (1991): 1–16.

Rapport, Leonard. “Dumped from a Wharf into Casco Bay: The Historical Records Survey Revisited.” American Archivist 37 (1974): 201–10.

———. “Fakes and Facsimiles: Problems of Identification.” American Archivist 42 (1979): 13–58.

Reagor, Simone. “Historical Editing: The Federal Role.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 4 (May 1982): 1–4.

Reeve, Thomas C. “The Search for the Chester Alan Arthur Papers.” Manuscripts 25 (Summer 1973): 171–85.

Reiff, Janice L. Structuring the Past: The Use of Computers in History. Washington, D.C., 1991.

Reiman, Donald H. “Gender and Documentary Editing: A Diachronic Perspective.” TEXT 4 (1988): 351–59.

———. “Gentlemen Authors and Professional Writers: Notes on the History of Editing Texts of the 18th and 19th Centuries.” In Landon, Editing and Editors, 99–136.

———. Romantic Texts and Contexts. Columbia, Mo., 1987.

———. “Sister Act: Letters of Mary Shelly and Claire Clairmont.” Documentary Editing 18 (March 1996): 4–8.

———. The Study of Modern Manuscripts: Public, Confidential, and Private. Baltimore, 1993.

———. “ ‘Versioning’: The Presentation of Multiple Texts.” In his Romantic Texts and Contexts, 109–29.

Reingold, Nathan. “The Darwin Industry Encounters Tanselle and Bowers.” Documentary Editing 10 (June 1988): 16–19.

———. “Reflections of an Unrepentant Editor.” American Archivist 46 (1983): 14–21.

Rhodes, Barbara J., and William W. Streeter. Before Photocopying: Art and History of Mechanical Copying, 1780–1938: A Book in Two Parts. New Castle, Del., 1999.

Rice, Howard C. “Jefferson in Europe.” Princeton University Library Chronicle 12 (Autumn 1950): 19–35.

Robbins, J. Albert. American Literary Manuscripts: A Checklist of Holdings in Academic, Historical, and Public Libraries, Museums, and Authors’ Homes in the United States. 2d ed. Athens, Ga., 1977.

Robinson, David. “The Legacy of Emerson’s Journals.” Resources for American Literary Study 13 (1983): 1–9.

Robinson, Peter. The Transcription of Primary Textual Sources Using SGML. Office for Humanities Communications Publications, no. 6. Oxford, 1994.

Robson, John M. “Practice, Not Theory: Editing J. S. Mill’s Newspaper Writings.” Studies in Bibliography 41 (1988): 160–76.

Roelevink, Johanna, and Augustus J. Veenendaal Jr. “Undeleting the Dutch Past: The Netherlands Government Commission on National History.” Documentary Editing 12 (June 1990): 45–48.

Rogers, George C., Jr. Review of The Papers of George Mason, vols. 1–3. William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 28 (October 1971): 676–79.

———. “The Sacred Text: An Impossible Dream.” In Vogt and Jones, Literary and Historical Editing, 23–33.

Rosenberg, Robert. “Documentary Editing.” In Burnard, O’Keefe, and Unsworth, Electronic Textual Editing, 92–104.

———. “Technological Artifacts as Historical Documents.” TEXT 3 (1987): 393–407.

Rothenberg, Marc. “Documenting Technology: The Selective Microfilm Edition of the Thomas A. Edison Papers.” Documentary Editing 12 (September 1990): 53–55.

Rowland, Buford. “Recordkeeping Practices of the House of Representatives.” National Archives Accessions, 53. Washington, D.C., 1957.

Rutland, Robert. “Recycling Early National History through the Papers of the Founding Fathers.” American Quarterly 28 (Summer 1976): 250–61.

Ryerson, Richard A. “Documenting the Presidency of John Adams: The Adams Papers Project.” Prologue 21 (Spring 1989): 21–37.

———. “Editing a Family Legacy: The Adamses and Their Papers.” Documentary Editing 11 (September 1989): 57–62.

———. “The Other Historians: Archivists, Editors, and Collective Biographers.” Pennsylvania History 57 (1990): 3–12.

Ryjes, T. K. “Keynes’s Lectures, 1932–1935: Notes of a Representative Student: Problems in Construction of a Synthesis.” In Moggridge, Editing Modern Economists, 91–127.

Saatkamp, Herman J., Jr. “The Editor and Technology.” Documentary Editing 12 (March 1990): 9–12.

———. “Private Rights vs. Public Needs.” Documentary Editing 13 (December 1991): 77–84.

Saladino, Gaspare. “Charmed Beginnings and Democratic Murmurings.” Documentary Editing 6 (March 1984): 1–7.

Samore, Ted. Review of The New American State Papers, 1789–1860. Government Publications Review 7A (1980): 101–3.

Schneider, Stewart P. Review of National State Papers of the United States, parts 1 and 2. Government Publications Review 8A (1981): 443–44.

Schreibman, Susan, Susan Hockey, and John Unsworth, eds. Companion to Digital Humanities. Oxford, 2004. Also available at http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/.

Schulz, Constance B. “Do Archivists Need to Know How to Be Editors? A Proposal for the Role of Documentary Editing in Graduate Archival Education.” Documentary Editing 16 (March 1994): 5–9.

———. “ ‘From Generation unto Generation’: Transitions in Modern Documentary Historical Editing.” Reviews in American History 16 (1988): 337–50.

———. Review of Jefferson’s Parliamentary Writings: “Parliamentary Pocket-Book” and A Manual of Parliamentary Practice. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 97 (1989): 224–26.

Scott, Patrick G., and William B. Thesing. “Conversations with Victorian Writers: Some Editorial Questions.” Documentary Editing 11 (June 1989): 37–42.

Shaw, Peter. “The American Heritage and Its Guardians.” American Scholar 45 (1976): 733–51.

Sheldon, Richard N. “Editing a Historical Manuscript: Jared Sparks, Douglas Southall Freeman, and the Battle of Brandywine.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 36 (April 1979): 255–63.

Shelley, Fred. “Ebenezer Hazard: America’s First Historical Editor.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 12 (January 1955): 44–73.

———. “The Interest of J. Franklin Jameson in the National Archives: 1908–1934.” American Archivist 12 (1949): 99–130.

Sherrill, E. Grace. “ ‘The Daily Crucifixion of the Post’: Editing and Theorizing the Lowry Letters.” In John Lennox and Janet M. Paterson, Challenges, Projects, Texts, 25–53.

Shillingsburg, Peter L. “The Autonomous Author, the Sociology of Texts, and the Polemics of Textual Criticism.” In Philip Cohen, Devils and Angels, 22–43.

———. “Critical Editing and the Center for Scholarly Editions.” Scholarly Publishing 9 (October 1977): 31–40.

———. “Editing Determinate Material Texts.” TEXT 12 (1999): 59–71.

———. From Gutenberg to Google: Electronic Representations of Literary Texts. Cambridge, 2006.

———. “An Inquiry into the Social Status of Texts and Modes of Textual Criticism.” Studies in Bibliography 42 (1989): 55–77.

———. Scholarly Editing in the Computer Age: Lectures in Theory and Practice. 3d ed. Ann Arbor, 1996.

Sifton, Paul G. “The Provenance of the Thomas Jefferson Papers.” American Archivist 40 (1977): 17–30.

Simon, John Y. “The Canons of Selection.” Documentary Editing 6 (December 1984): 8–12.

———. “Editors and Critics.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 3 (December 1981): 1–4.

———. Response to Reagor. Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 4 (May 1982): 5–6.

Simpson, Brook D. “Blacks in Blue and the Fight for Freedom.” Documentary Editing 7 (September 1985): 6–10.

Simpson, Claude M., William Goetzmann, and Matthew J. Bruccoli. “The Interdependence of Rare Books and Manuscripts: The Scholar’s View.” Serif 9 (Spring 1972): 3–22.

Smith, Martha Nell. “Electronic Scholarly Editing.” In Schreibman, Hockey, and Unsworth, Companion to Digital Humanities, 306–22.

Spiker, Sina. Indexing Your Book: A Practical Guide for Authors. Madison, Wis., 1988.

Spoo, Robert. “Ulysses and the Ten Years War: A Survey of Missed Opportunities.” TEXT 10 (1997): 107–18.

Stachel, John. Einstein from “B” to “Z.” Einstein Studies, 9. Boston, 2002.

Stevens, Michael E. “ ‘The Most important Scholarly Work’: Reflections on Twenty Years of Change in Historical Editing.” Documentary Editing 4 (December 1998): 81–84.

Stevens, Michael E., and Steven B. Burg. Editing Historical Documents: A Handbook of Practice. American Association for State and Local History Book Series. Walnut Creek, Calif., 1997.

Stewart, James B. Review of The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, vols. 3 and 4. Reviews in American History 4 (1976): 539–46.

Stewart, Kate. “James Madison as an Archivist.” American Archivist 21 (1958): 243–57.

Stillinger, Jack. Multiple Authorship and the Myth of Solitary Genius. New York, 1991.

Stowell, Daniel W. “Building with Lincoln Logs: Transforming the Lincoln Legal Papers.” Documentary Editing 24 (June 2002): 42–46.

Suarez, Michael. “In Dreams Begins Responsibility: Novels, Promises, and the Electronic Editor.” In Textual Studies and the Common Reader: Essays in Editing Novels and Novelists, edited by Alexander Pettit, 160–79. Athens, Ga., 2000.

Suchel, John. “ ‘A Man of My Type’—Editing the Einstein Papers.” British Journal for the History of Science 20 (January 1987): 57–66.

Sullivan, Ernest W. “The Problem of Text in Familiar Letters.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 75 (1981): 115–26.

Sutherland, Kathryn. Review of Chapman’s editions of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. TEXT 12 (1999): 101–22.

Tanselle, G. Thomas. “Bibliographical Problems in Melville.” Studies in American Fiction 2 (Spring 1974): 57–74.

———. “The Editing of Historical Documents.” Studies in Bibliography 31 (1978): 1–56. Reprinted in his Selected Studies in Bibliography, 451–506.

———. “Editorial Apparatus for Radiating Texts.” The Library 29 (September 1974): 330–37.

———. Guide to the Study of United States Imprints. 2 vols. Cambridge, Mass., 1971.

———. “Historicism and Critical Editing.” Studies in Bibliography 39 (1986): 1–46. Reprinted in his Textual Criticism since Greg, 109–54.

———. Literature and Artifacts. Charlottesville, 1998.

———. “Literary Editing.” In Vogt and Jones, Literary and Historical Editing, 35–56.

———. “Reproductions and Scholarship.” Studies in Bibliography 42 (1989): 25–54.

———. Selected Studies in Bibliography. Charlottesville, 1979.

———. “Some Principles for Editorial Apparatus.” Studies in Bibliography 25 (1972): 41–88. Reprinted in his Selected Studies in Bibliography, 403–50.

———. “Textual Criticism and Literary Sociology.” Studies in Bibliography 44 (1991): 83–143.

———. Textual Criticism and Scholarly Editing. Charlottesville, 1990.

———. Textual Criticism since Greg: A Chronicle, 1950–2000. Charlottesville, 2005.

———. “Textual Scholarship.” In Introduction to Scholarship in Modern Languages and Literatures, edited by Joseph Gibaldi, 29–52. New York, 1981.

———. “Two Basic Distinctions: Theory and Practice, Text and Apparatus.” Studies in the Novel 7 (1975): 404–6.

Taylor, Robert J. “Editorial Practices—an Historian’s View.” Newsletter of the Association for Documentary Editing 3 (February 1981): 4–8

———. “One Historian’s Education.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 41 (1984): 478–86.

Tebbe, Jennifer. “Print and American Culture.” American Quarterly 32 (1980): 259–79.

TEI (Text Encoding Initiative). P5: Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange. Released November 2007. Check the Web site for revisions and updates: http://www.tei-c.org/release/doc/tei-p5-doc/en/html/index.html.

Teute, Fredrika J. “Views in Review: A Historiographical Perspective on Historical Editing.” American Archivist 43 (Winter 1980): 43–56.

Thorpe, James. Principles of Textual Criticism. San Marino, Calif., 1972; reprint, 1995.

———. The Use of Manuscripts in Literary Research: Problems of Access and Literary Property Rights. New York, 1979.

“Using Databases in Editorial Projects: A Workshop.” Documentary Editing 15 (March 1993): 15.

Vander Meulen, David L., and G. Thomas Tanselle. “A System of Manuscript Transcription.” Studies in Bibliography 52 (1999): 201–12.

Van Dusen, Albert E. “In Quest of That ‘Arch Rebel’ Jonathan Trumbull, Sr.” In Dunlap and Shelley, Publication of American Historical Manuscripts, 31–46.

Van Horne, John C. “Drawing to a Close: The Papers of Benjamin Henry Latrobe.” Documentary Editing 11 (September 1989): 63–69.

Vliet, H. T. M. van. “Scholarly Editing in the Netherlands.” TEXT 13 (2000): 103–29.

Vliet, H. T. M. van, and Annemarie Kets-Vree. “Scholarly Editing in the Netherlands.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 15 (2000): 65–72.

Vogt, George L., and John Bush Jones, eds. Literary and Historical Editing. Lawrence, Kan., 1981.

Walker, John A. “Editing Zola’s Correspondence: When Is a Letter Not a Letter?” In Dainard, Editing Correspondence, 93–116.

Walch, Victoria Irons, and Marion Matters. Society of American Archivists’ Standards for Archival Description Handbook. Society of American Archivists, 1994. http://www.archivists.org/catalog/stds99/index.html.

Warren, Jack D. “The Counter-Revolutionary Career of Peter Porcupine.” Documentary Editing 16 (December 1994): 88–93.

Weber, Ralph E. United States Diplomatic Codes and Ciphers, 1775–1938. Chicago, 1979.

Wiberley, Stephen E., Jr. “Editing Maps: A Method for Historical Cartography.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 10 (Winter 1980): 499–510.

Wiencek, Henry. “A Democracy of Knowledge.” Documentary Editing 25 (Spring 2003): 9–13.

Wiggins, Henry H. “Publisher to Alexander Hamilton, Esqr.” Scholarly Publishing 9 (April 1978): 195–206; (July 1978): 347–60.

Williams, T. Harry. “Abraham Lincoln—Principle and Pragmatism in Politics: A Review Article.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 40 (June 1953): 89–106.

Wilson, Edmund. “The Fruits of the MLA.” New York Review of Books, 26 September 1968, 10 ff. Reprinted and expanded in his The Devils and Canon Barham: Ten Essays on Poets, Novelists and Monsters, 154–202. New York, 1973.

Wolf, Edwin, II. “Evidence Indicating the Need for Some Bibliographical Analysis of American Printed Historical Works.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 63 (1969): 261–77.

———. “The Reconstruction of Benjamin Franklin’s Library: An Unorthodox Jigsaw Puzzle.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 56 (1962): 1–16.

Wood, Gordon S. “Historians and Documentary Editing.” Journal of American History 67 (March 1981): 871–77.

Woodward, C. Vann. “History from Slave Sources.” American Historical Review 79 (April 1974): 470–81.

———. “Mary Chesnutt in Search of Her Genre.” Yale Review 73 (Winter 1984): 199–209.

Wright, Conrad E. “Multiplying the Copies: New England Historical Societies and Documentary Publishing’s Alternative Tradition.” Documentary Editing 11 (June 1989): 32–36.

Yeandle, Laetitia. “The Evolution of Handwriting in the English-Speaking Colonies of America.” American Archivist 43 (1980): 294–311.

Zboray, Ronald J. “Computerized Document Control and Indexing at the Emma Goldman Papers.” Studies in Bibliography 43 (1990): 34–49.

Zuppan, Jo. Review of The Correspondence of John Bartram. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 101 (1993): 302–3.

Zweig, Ronald W. “Electronically Generated Records and Twentieth Century History.” Computers and the Humanities 27 (1993): 73–83.

← Appendix: Form Letters