The Cornell University Library has scanned over 570 original math books from their collection and placed them online. The volumes can be accessed here in their entirety. The collection may prove especially useful to mathematicians without access to a first-rate math library. A great many of the books are in languages other than English, notably French and German. Among these historically significant books are a number of works by Bernoulli, Descartes, Hardy, and Poincare. This is an interesting resource which offers a glimpse into the possible future of libraries, and books, for that matter.
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