The Internet provides the opportunity to create a library of enormous size. Hopefully, my likening this to the great library of old at Alexandria will not invoke the wrath of Hubris. My contribution to the new library are old books that I find quite interesting:
The Cornhusker, the Book of the Upper Classes of the University of Nebraska, Volume 1, 1907.
The Elements of Astronomy: A Test-Book, by Charles A. Young, 1897.
The scanning of these books is slow going and readers should check back from time-to-time to find new material.