Review of The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, Volume I: The Human Rights Years, 1945–1948; Allida M. Black, editor; John F. Sears and Mary Jo Binker, associate editors; Craig Daigle and Michael Weeks, assistant editors, and Christopher Alhambra, electronic editor
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Documentary Editing: Journal of the Association for Documentary Editing, Volume 30, Fall and Winter, Numbers 3 and 4: 2008-2009 ISSN 0196-7134
The publication of the first volume of the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project (ERPP), edited by Allida Black and her associates at George Washington University, is an event of the utmost significance to documentary editors and historians alike. Nothing like this pathbreaking volume exists in the ER literature, and this resource will forever change the research landscape. This volume stands for documentary editing at its best, and the larger ERPP itself, with its informative website and teacher training workshops, is a model of the highest editorial scholarship applied innovatively to the mission of public education.