The Jane Addams Digital Edition began in 1975 as the Jane Addams Paper Project, under the leadership of historian Mary Lynn Bryan. More recently, historian Cathy Moran Hajo of Ramapo University has relaunched the project with the aim of digitizing Addams' papers written between 1901 and 1935. These papers include letters, speeches, articles, and more. Best of all, this website is designed to allow visitors to explore these papers with ease. For example, under the documents tab, visitors can explore the collection by subject, including Jane Addams and African-Americans, Education, Hull House Residents, and World War I. In the publications section, visitors can explore articles published in Chicago Daily News, Chicago Record-Herald, The Atlantic Monthly and more. These articles include pieces authored by Addams as well as those that mention Addams. The Jane Addams Digital Edition is a work in progress, so be sure to check back for updates.