From the website:
Jefferson Architecture Electronic Archive Center (JAEAC) is an "in process" archive that brings together materials related to the architecture of Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826). In spite of the near universal aclaim accorded to Jefferson's architecture no comprehensive publication exists that covers his work in detail. Working with curators from other institutions and Jefferson properties this archive will assemble both primary and major secondary materials. Comments and information are welcome. Please contact the director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The assemblage of this archive has involved extensive collaboration on the part of holders of Jefferson documents, including the Massachusetts Historical Society, the Huntington Library, the Library of Congress, and the University of Virginia. Materials owned by other institutions will be added as the project continues. Also assisting are several Jefferson properties: Monticello and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation; the Corporation for Jefferson's Popular Forest; and the University of Virginia. Again, others will be added as the project continues.
Scope of JAEAC: The intention of JAEAC is assemble all primary materials related to Jefferson's architecture, major secondary materials, and computer based three dimensional models and simulations.