Sandy, you will have a problem with copyright
violation. Pearson (more likely their heirs, assignees, whatever) presumably still own the copyright
to that and unless you can prove it has been abandoned or made pubic domain, it is illegal for anyone else to be hosting (publishing( their material without their consent.
Of course that doesn't prevent you or anyone else from posting
it someplace on the web and letting search engines find it, but it does ensure that a business entity like CF probably would be uninterested in having anything to do with it. While the copyright owner might just yell at you and ask you to take it down, a commercial
copyright violation (i..e hosting by a business for business related purposes) can be a six-figure problem.
The simple rule
of thumb (simple, not perfectly accurate) is that anything printed after WW1 still enjoys copyright protection, unless there's proof to the contrary. In the US and other nations that have signed the (Berne Convention?) but not every nation follows this.