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Georgian Papers Programme

Transforming access, knowledge and understanding

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Launched on 1 April 2015 by Her Majesty The Queen, the Georgian Papers Programme (GPP) has transformed access to the extensive collection of Georgian papers, held in the Royal Archives and Royal Library at Windsor Castle.

Through the catalogue Georgian Papers Online, the GPP has made thousands of pages of historic manuscripts relating to the Georgian monarchy more widely available. Read more >

Collaborative partners

At the heart of the GPP is a collaboration between Royal Collection Trust, King’s College London, the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture and William & Mary. To find out more about the role of these institutions in the GPP, visit the main programme website at

King's College London

KCL and the Georgian Papers Programme

Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture

US collaborator in the Georgian Papers Programme

William & Mary

US collaborator in the Georgian Papers Programme


Over 200,000 pages of content now available on Georgian Papers Online

Discover a wealth of new material in the catalogue, including papers relating to the Duke of York, Princess Elizabeth and George III

Papers of Edward, Duke of Kent now published

Over 10,000 pages of correspondence and accounts relating to the father of Queen Victoria

GPP websites win prestigious award

Named as best digital resource by the British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

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