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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) is an ambitious five-year project to transform 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 intends to make the historic manuscripts relating to the Georgian monarchy more widely available. Read more >

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Georgian Papers Online

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New content from the Royal Archives now available on Georgian Papers Online

Discover 11 new collections, including significant papers relating to William IV

First GPP fellows symposium held at Windsor

Learn about the research carried out by GPP fellows at the Royal Archives so far

The King's Friends

Discover more about the new international research community supporting the work of the GPP

2018 Sons of the American Revolution Georgian Papers Programme annual lecture:

Professor Gabriel Paquette will lecture on Spain and the American Revolution at King's College London