Treasures on archive.org?

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I've recently come across a pretty excellent text on archive.org -- Corson's Introduction to Tensors, Spinors & Relativistic Wave Equations (I liked it so much I bought a copy on Amazon) -- which got me thinking: what else is on there that I've been missing out on?

The fact that it was confirmed in another thread here that papers / books are sometimes removed (for example, virtually everything by Dirac) gives this a a special urgency for me.

So -- what are your favorite (physics) finds on archive.org?
 

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You could, of course, buy it at abebooks, so that you can scribble notes and important latin words in its margin..

..or, you could take it to Kinko's, have them cut the binding and scan it into a PDF.
 

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