Over the EEF wires yesterday:
The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago announces the publication of eleven older Egyptological titles, most available exclusively online and two also in print. These are the first of the 125 volumes scanned to be released. Internet publication of these volumes was made possible with the generous support of Misty and Lewis Gruber.
The email gives out a long list of titles, but this looks to be the full listing. PDF downloads appear to be free. No doubt large, too. I’ll be downloading Prehistoric Survey of Egypt and Western Asia, Vol. I: Paleolithic Man and the Nile-Faiyum Divide: A Study of the Region During Pliocene and Pleistocene Times by Sandford and Arkell (if I don’t have a photocopy already).
Hmmm, take that back, there are several sections:
TONS of good stuff from Egypt to Mesopotamia and Syria.