Academic journal article Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society

The Editor's Page

Academic journal article Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society

The Editor's Page

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There are several interesting things about this issue. It is the first for which the authors of all our articles either supplied illustrations, or pointed to illustrations that the editor could easily borrow. The several fascinating pictures herein therefore reflect the ideas of this group of authors, and not any change of the Journal's editorial policy. Future issues may be as richly illustrated or not; it will always depend on the material submitted. But be assured that the editor is delighted with these illustrations, and trusts that they please and instruct our readers too.

Policy is involved in a new and most welcome addition to our Journal: Kim Bauer's extraordinarily thorough annual bibliography "Lincolniana." Formerly a valued annual feature in the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association, "Lincolniana" now migrates and settles here, where we hope it will reappear annually hereafter.

Three of our four articles represent individuals and groups at their frequent best, enhancing the safety, convenience, and appreciation of their natural and man-made environment. But one shows us at our worst: Tina Stewart Brakebill does not argue that the United States was wrong to enter the Great War of 1914-1918, but she is absolutely convinced that the internal war waged against all German culture amounted to a national crime. …

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