Search our full list of collections with links to all available online catalogues.
This guide groups our collections under various subject headings.
Catalogues and finding aids to archives and manuscripts held in Cambridge, including an increasing number of Churchill Archives Centre catalogues.
Some of our collections have now been digitised and are available online.
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A continuing cataloguing programme at the Archives Centre means more material is being made available to researchers all the time.
A comprehensive collection of Churchill's writings throughout his lifetime. The papers contain everything from Churchill's childhood letters and school reports to his final writings.
Dating from childhood to the present day it includes rich details of her role in important domestic and world events. The archive contains over 1 million documents.
Transcripts of interviews with former diplomats. The indexed catalogue is held on the Janus webserver and transcripts are also available.
KGB files from the famous Mitrokhin Archive – described by the FBI as “the most complete and extensive intelligence ever received from any source” .
The national and Commonwealth memorial to Sir Winston Churchill, the College admitted its first students in 1960.