Style Guidelines for Referring to The Wilford Woodruff Papers
Use "the Wilford Woodruff Papers Project" or "the Wilford Woodruff Papers" to refer to the entire project’s goals and structure. Do not capitalize shortened forms such as "the project." The term "Woodruff Papers" is also sometimes used to refer to the project.
The goal of the Wilford Woodruff Papers Project is to present verbatim transcripts of President Woodruff's papers in their entirety.
The project’s goal is to present verbatim transcripts of Wilford Woodruff's papers.
She began her employment with the Wilford Woodruff Papers in 2021.
Use "the papers of Wilford Woodruff" or similar forms to refer generally to the documents and papers of Wilford Woodruff.
The work of collecting the papers of Wilford Woodruff continues.
Use italicized The Wilford Woodruff Papers (or, for short, the Papers) to refer to the published and online products, including those that are forthcoming. Capitalize and italicize the initial The when the full title is used.
It is true that The Wilford Woodruff Papers cite original sources whenever possible.
The Papers cite original sources when possible.
When the title The Wilford Woodruff Papers takes a verb, it will be considered a plural noun.
The Wilford Woodruff Papers are being prepared under the auspices of The Wilford Woodruff Papers Foundation.
The project’s website is typically known as the Wilford Woodruff Papers website. The URL is wilfordwoodruffpapers.org.