Royal Archives: How to use the collections
The Royal Archives is the private archive of the Royal Family, and has housed the private papers of the monarchy from 1914, as well as significant historic material including the papers of George III, George IV, Queen Victoria and the exiled Stuarts.
The Royal Library is the official library of the Sovereign and is an incredibly diverse collection containing more than 200,000 items, including not only books and manuscripts, but also music, sound recordings, insignia, medals and coins.
Find out more about how you can access and use the collections in both the library and the archives with this downloadable information pack.
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Royal Archives: A guide to the collections
The Royal Archives were first established in 1914, during the early years of the reign of King George V. The need for an archive for the papers of the Royal Family and the...