The Library of Congress has made available its collection of Benjamin Franklin papers online. While transcribed versions have been available you can now see what the originals look like. While only a small portion of the available papers of Franklin, this is an important step in preserving and sharing the history of one of our countries great founding fathers. The majority of Franklins surviving papers are held by the American Philosophical Society and there are several other archives with significant holdings.
See an article discussing the papers here.
Visit the Library of Congress site to view the Franklin papers here.
You may learn more about the effort to publish Franklin’s papers by visiting the Yale University website here.