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Picture of Georgian volumes in the Royal Archives
Georgian Papers Programme

Cataloguing and digitisation of the Georgian Papers in the Royal Archives

    Collections and Catalogue


    The Georgian Papers, which include both official and private documents, are drawn from holdings at the Royal Archives and the Royal Library.

    The large body of uncatalogued material held at Windsor contains more than 450,000 pages, of which only a fraction have previously been published. Most of these papers relate to George III and, to a lesser extent, George IV, although papers from the reigns of George I, George II and William IV have also been digitised and published, as have additional collections relating to other members of the Royal Family, courtiers and the Royal Household from the Georgian period.



    Georgian Papers Online is a searchable catalogue containing descriptions and digitised images of material dating from the Georgian period, including personal letters, diaries, account books and records of the Royal Household. Visit What's in the catalogue for details of the collections available in Georgian Papers Online and What's new for information about new additions to the catalogue. Introductions to many of the collections can be found below.

    The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.