Who knew a simple prefix could make such a difference? When I initially accepted a position at Clemson University to reprocess the James F. Byrnes papers, I thought, "process ... reprocess ... what's the difference, really?" The collection consists of about a hundred and thirty cubic feet of manuscript material, and I thought I would be doing the same old arranging I had been trained to do, just on a much larger scale. However, after a closer examination of the collection, apprehension and even dread slowly began to set in. This was much more than just a simple arrangement project.
Finley, Melissa L.
"The "Re-" in Reprocessing,"
The Primary Source: Vol. 24
, Article 5.
Available at: http://aquila.usm.edu/theprimarysource/vol24/iss1/5