I'll be attending the 2005 Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, MN. You can read more about it here. To prepare for the conference, I'd like to read through some of Einstein's papers - particularly those from 1905 or so. I have obtained copies of three papers, but I'm missing quite a few. First, can someone recommend a location to obtain the rest? I've already tried all links posted on this forum. Second, I'd like a book recommendation to delve into his work in more detail. I realize there is significance to his work beyond what he intended when he wrote these papers. Can someone recommend such a book? Hopefully this will better prepare me for the conference. Thanks!