Queens' College Library, Cambridge
| Most records relating to the foundation and history of the College are stored at the University Library, but some remain in the College Library, which also holds the personal papers of several alumni. Modern records are stored onsite and administered by the individual departments of the College. |
Useful books on the history of Queens' include: The architectural history of the University of Cambridge, and of the colleges of Cambridge and Eton: Volume 2 by Robert Willis and John Willis Clark (Cambridge University Press, 1988).
A history of Queens' College, Cambridge 1448-1986 by John Twigg (Boydell Press, 1987).
The history of Queens' College of St Margaret and St Bernard in the University of Cambridge 1446-1560 by W.G. Searle (Cambridge, 1867).
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|Queens contains: |
||The archive of Queens' College, Cambridge.
Cambridge University: Queens College Library.
artefacts and paper.
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