The Duodecimal Bulletin

is an official publication of The Dozenal Society of America, Inc.
Editorial Office:
5106 Hampton Avenue
Suite 205
Saint Louis, MO 63109-3115

Michael De Vlieger, Editor Editor@Dozenal.org

Index Links:

About the Bulletin

Archive Index

Pictorial Synopses:
011-00 to 043-0E
051-10 to 0E2-1E
101-20 to 152-2E
161-30 to 230-3E
240-40 to 293-4E
2X1-50 to 313-5E
314-60 to 352-6E
361-70 to 3E2-7E
401-80 to 452-8E
461-90 to 4E2-9E
501-X0 to 552-XE

About the Archive

The Duodecimal Bulletin Archive Index

Back issues between 1161; (1945.) and 11XX; (2002.) are currently available as web optimized PDF documents. Digital issues since late 2008, excepting the penultimate and the current issues, are available as PDF documents. The Manual of the Dozen System (MODS) of 1174; (1960.) can be found under that year. Simply select from the list below.

The issues are written in the format Volume-Number-Whole Number. The Volume is a two-character dozenal number. The number is one digit. The Whole number is a two digit dozenal number. The decimal year follows the first number of each volume. All dozenal numbers in this index follow the classic DSA symbology (X, E) rather than the “Bell” symbology used between 1974 and mid 2008.

Asterisks (*) denote items yet to be bound and optimized and should appear soon. The designation (P) denotes the penultimate issue, which is reserved for DSA Members. The designation (A) signifies an issue under production. Click on (R) for the digitally remastered edition. Click on T for a table of contents.

Use the Pictorial Synopses Index pages to get a brief overview of the issues, arranged in “duodecades” or groups of one dozen. Use the links at left to jump directly to a given “duodecade” or set of dozen issues. Read about the history of the DSA as seen through its Duodecimal Bulletin. Read about the Digital Archive Initiative.

“Classic” Issues: Editor Ralph Beard.

011-00 T (R) (1945)
012-01
013-02

021-03 (1946)
022-04

031-05 (1947)
032-06
033-07
034-08

041-09 (1948)
042-0X
043-0E

051-10 (1949)
052-11

Editor George Terry

061-12 (1950)
062-13
063-14

071-15 (1951)

081-16 (1952)
082-17

091-18 (1953)

0X1-19 (1954)

Editor Ralph Beard

0E1-1X (1955)
0E2-1E

101-20 (1956)
102-21

111-22 (1957)
112-23

121-24 (1958)
122-25

131-26 (1959)
132-27

141-28 (1960)
142-29

Manual of the
Dozen System
MODS

151-2X (1961)
152-2E

161-30 (1962)

(1963): No issues.

171-31 (1964)

181-32 (1965)

Editor Jamison Handy Jr. (Issue 192-34)

191-33 (1966)
192-34

1X0-35 (1967)

Editor Jamison Handy Jr., Assoc. Editor Henry Churchman

1E1-36 (1968)
1E2-37

200-38 (1969)

210-39 (1970)

Editor Henry Churchman

220-3X (1971)

230-3E (1972)

240-40 (1973)

251-41 (1974)

1981-1992: Editor Dr. Patricia Zirkel

261-42 (1981)

271-43 (1982)
272-44
273-45

281-46 (1983)
282-47
283-48

291-49 (1984)
292-4X
293-4E

2X1-50 (1985)
2X2-51
2X3-52

2E1-53 (1986)
2E2-54
2E3-55

301-56 (1987)
302-57
303-58

311-59 (1988)
312-5X
313-5E
314-60

321-61 (1989)
322-62
323-63

331-64 (1990)
332-65
333-66

341-67 (1991)
342-68
343-69

351-6X (1992)
352-6E

1993-mid 2008: Editor Jay Schiffman

361-70 (1993)
362-71

371-72 (1994)
372-73

381-74 (1995)
382-75

391-76 (1996)
392-77

3X1-78 (1997)
3X2-79

3E1-7X (1998)
3E2-7E

401-80 (1999)
402-81

411-82 (2000)
412-83

421-84 (2001)
422-85

431-86 (2002)
432-87

441-88 (2003)
442-89

451-8X* (2004)
452-8E*

Editor Schiffman, Assoc. Editor Gene Zirkel

461-90* (2005)
462-91*

471-92* (2006)
472-93*

481-94* (2007)
482-95*

491-96* (2008)

Mid-2008-Present: Digital Issues: Editor Michael De Vlieger

492-97 T (2008)

4X1-98 T (2009)
4X2-99 T (2010)

4E1-9X T
4E2-9E (T) (2011)

501-X0 (A, T)
502-X1

511-X2 (2012)
512-X3

Visit the archives of the Dozenal Society of Great Britain. We have closed our provisional archive of DSGB material.

The 2009 Archive Index has been deprecated as of 1 July 2010 and is not current, however the links still function.

The Duodecimal Bulletin Archive Project Progress Report is available in PDF form. The Archive is XE;11 pergross complete. (Report does not account for Vol. 44;)

Here is a provisional map of the pages of the publications of the Dozenal Societies.

This page revised Saturday 3 September 2011.