Definition of Editorial department
1. Noun. The department of a publishing business that edits material for publication.
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Literary usage of Editorial department
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1. Mind (1899)
"editorial department. AN INTERNATIONAL METAPHYSICAL LEAGUE. THE New Thought Convention, to which editorial reference was made in MIND for February, ..."
2. Mind (1902)
"editorial department. A NEW YORK "SVENGALI." WHEN a man of the intellectual and professional standing of John D. Quackenbos, MD, of Columbia University, ..."
3. Life and Letters of Edwin Lawrence Godkin by Edwin Lawrence Godkin (1907)
"control over the editorial department, payment of contributors, &c. The publisher is a good fellow, very competent, ..."
4. Annals of Iowa by Samuel Storrs Howe, Theodore Sutton Parvin, Frederick Lloyd, Sanford W. Huff, State Historical Society of Iowa, Charles Aldrich, Edgar Rubey Harlan, Iowa Historical Dept (1898)
"editorial department. THE SPIRIT LAKE EXPEDITION. We have surrendered the larger portion of space in this number of THE ANNALS to the publication of the ..."