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Woodrow Wilson Papers To Go Online
Rotunda, the electronic imprint of the University of Virginia Press, announced it will create an online edition of the Papers of Woodrow Wilson. With the permission of the Princeton University Press and the generous support of friends of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library, The Papers of Woodrow Wilson Digital Edition will be published as part of Rotunda's American History collection.
Princeton University Press published the print edition of the Papers, edited by Arthur Stanley Link and consisting of 69 volumes with a 5-part index, between 1966 and 1994. The Link edition includes Wilson’s personal correspondence, academic works, and speeches, minutes of the Paris Peace Conference, and diary entries of close associates Edward House, Cary Grayson, and Josephus Daniels, totaling approximately 38,400 documents from a vast range of government and academic sources. The precise organization, annotation, and indexing of the Papers has made Woodrow Wilson one of the most accessible presidents in American history. The Rotunda digital edition will enhance discovery of Wilson’s papers by adapting the documents, annotation, and indexing created by Arthur Link and his fellow editors to a state-of-the-art electronic publishing platform.