A very famous question on MathOveflow asks for examples of good mathematical writing. Here, I'd like to narrow down the topic and ask:
Could you point out some examples of good mathematical writing organization: that is, can you give reference to papers that distinguish themselves for a particularly good exposition, structural organization, style, typesetting, formatting, references organization, organization of the table of content, organization of the index (if there is any), acknowledgement section, dedication or epigraph, name and affiliation of the authors, etc?
In other words, I would like you to point out papers where the "details" mentioned above (that are often overlooked in the process of writing a paper by mathematicians who focus only on the results of a paper rather than on the presentation) are particularly well-crafted.
Note that I would prefer references to preprints that are available on the ArXiv, because published papers tend to reflect the choices of the journal when it comes to matters of style.