In this section, the editors provide examples of the variety of documents they work with and of the value editorial scholarship adds to the texts. Most examples here were prepared for inclusion in volumes of the Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, though the staff occasionally adds documents to meet frequent public requests for a text. In the latter instance, the same standards of transcription and proofreading are followed that guide work on the published texts.
- Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions of the Woman's Rights Convention, held at Seneca Falls, 19-20 July 1848.
- Address by Elizabeth Cady Stanton on Woman's Rights, September 1848. Usually misidentified as her Speech at Seneca Falls.
- From the Diary of Susan B. Anthony, 13-17 April 1865. This text records Anthony's reaction to the assassination of President Lincoln. To get a sense of the contribution made by the editorial process, take a peek at the original diary pages.
- Petition for Universal Suffrage, submitted to the House of Representatives by Thaddeus Stevens, 29 January 1866. Signed by Stanton, Anthony, Lucy Stone, and other activists from New York City.
- "To Miss Susan B. Anthony, on Her Fiftieth Birthday," 24
Poem by Phoebe Cary.
- Remarks of Susan B. Anthony at Her Trial for Illegal Voting, in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of New York, 19 June 1873.
- Declaration of Rights of the Women of the United States, by the National Woman Suffrage Association, 4 July 1876.
- "The Pleasures of Age": Speech by Elizabeth Cady Stanton,1885 delivered at her seventieth birthday, 12 November 1885.
- Three Speeches by Susan B. Anthony at Columbian Exposition, 20, 23, and 27 May 1893.
- Speech by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1895 delivered at her eightieth birthday, 12 November 1895.
- Susan B. Anthony to Mary McHenry Keith on non-partisan campaign, 20 March 1896
- "Woman Suffrage Must Be Non-Partisan": Article by Susan B. Anthony, 1 August 1896
- John C. Norton to Elizabeth Cady Stanton about Woman's Bible, August 1901
- Elizabeth Cady Stanton to the New York Evening Post about Bible in schools, 22 January 1902
- Susan B. Anthony to Ida Husted Harper upon the Death of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 28 October 1902. "Well, it is an awful hush— it seems impossible—that the voice is hushed—"
- Eulogy to Susan B. Anthony by Reverend Anna Howard Shaw, 15 March 1906. Delivered at Anthony's funeral in Rochester, New York