You can now search really old AP Stylebooks and guides online

Poynter: “This time of year brings joy and pain to grammar lovers as The Associated Press announces changes to the AP Stylebook at the annual conference for ACES: The Society for Editing. That’s coming Friday. But first, some solace. As of Thursday, people who create a free account at can search PDFs of stylebooks and guides going back to 1900. The archives include the 1933 guide for filing editors, the 1939 “Wirephoto: Miracle of Modern Newsgathering,” and the first edition of the modern stylebook from 1953…”

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