I'm looking for sites with historical journal articles -- ideally in English, but if there's none available, I can settle for the original. Specifically, I'm looking for stuff by (in no particular order, and certainly not exclusively) e.g. Heisenberg, Pauli, Dirac, Schrodinger, Feynman, Stueckelberg, Majorana, ... I have found some, but I'm sure it's not an exhaustive list, so I'm hoping this thread will help me fill it out. So, here's what I have so far: - http://royalsocietypublishing.org: Amazing. For instance, most of Dirac's work freely available. - http://oxfordjournals.org: also amazing. For whatever reason, they seemed to have an amazing selection of the Japanese guys (e.g. Tomonaga, Yukawa, ...) - http://neo-classical-physics.info: this guy does original English translations; I want to give him a kiss. - http://web.ihep.su/owa/dbserv/hw.fulltextlist: similar to the previous. - http://retro.seals.ch/digbib/browse4: mostly French; found a ton of Stueckelberg from Helvetica - http://gallica.bnf.fr: this one is a haystack, mostly French...but there are some gems -- the proceedings of the 1933 Solvay conference, some Stueckelberg, some Majorana...probably a lot more, but searching is a pain. - (That user page at Princeton, which I won't link because the rest of the articles there are password-protected, so the good professor probably meant to protect these as well): Mostly experimental-physics articles; outside my main area of interest, but some interesting stuff. - http://www.fourmilab.ch/etexts/einstein/specrel/www/: just found this doing my ore-post due-dilligence. Any site that has both Einstein and Kropotkin has to be good. - http://www.trivialanomaly.com: another I just found from another physicsforums post. A lot of dead links, but looks promising. - http://www.new1.dli.ernet.in[/URL]: digital library of India: Mostly Indian papers. - [url]http://zfbb.thulb.uni-jena.de[/url]: Thuringia university library - digitized journal articles, especially Annalen der Physik - [url]http://e-collection.library.ethz.ch[/url]: haystack w/ a few needles A few that got me rather excited before I ran face-first into the pay-wall: - journals.aps.org (though allegedly free from public libraries?) - [url="http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/currentdecade.html?decade=1930"]www.nature.com/nature/journal/currentdecade.html?decade=1930[/url] And, finally, there's my nemesis: Springer. They seem to own the rights to an inordinate number of classics, and they also seem to be the stingiest of all. So...when you want to find a paper, where so you go?