Some of you folks may find this a interesting read …
Princeton University Press has published and made available The Digital Einstein Papers, which consitutes an open-access resource of The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein.
It is an ongoing publication of Einstein’s massive written legacy, comprising more than 30,000 unique documents. The site presents all 13 volumes published to date by the editors of the Einstein Papers Project, covering the writings and correspondence of Albert Einstein (1879-1955) from his youth to 1923.
The volumes are presented in the original language version with in-depth English language annotation and other scholarly apparatus. In addition, the reader can toggle to an English language translation of most documents.
By clicking on the unique archival identifier number below each text, readers can access the archival record of each published document at the Einstein Archives Online and in some cases, the digitized manuscript. Approximately 7,000 pages representing 2,900 unique documents have been digitized thus far.
The Princeton University Press site will present subsequent volumes in the series roughly two years after original book publication.