I've finally getting things rolling over at Travelling in Liberty, my examination of Benjamin R. Tucker's thought and journal, and have already drawing a good question on Tucker's relation to the rest of the anarchist tradition, with regard to wages. (Thanks, Iain!)
Joshua King Ingalls' Reminiscences is taking lots of work to annotate, but it is extremely agreeable work. Ingalls seems to have known everyone, including quite a few folks I was unfamiliar with. When I'm done with the notes on this, libertarians can take up "Three Degrees of Separation from J. K. Ingalls" as our new game. Social Wealth is nearly scanned, and will be a much quicker job to finish. There's some really remarkable material in these two works.