The Georgian Papers Programme from Britain's royal archives is part of a five-year project to digitize 350,000 documents in the archives' collection of Georgian papers.

The project will include the digitization of all the historic manuscripts from the Georgian period, totaling more than 350,000 pages, of which only about 15% have previously been published. The digitization and cataloging of these documents will allow them to be searched and analysed in creative and flexible ways. While the vast majority of the collection comprises papers from George III, papers from Kings George I, George II, George IV and William IV will also be made available.

Materials Indexed: Archival Materials, Diaries, Letters, Primary Sources Database Type: Full Text Collection Interface Language: English Materials Language: English Subject: History (World), Primary Sources Broad Category: Humanities