There have been a few books written specifically about Trinity Hall and researchers may wish to consult these in order to gain a general knowledge of the College's history.
Charles Crawley, Trinity Hall. The history of a Cambridge College 1350 - 1992 (2nd edition enlarged by Graham Storey, Cambridge University Press, 1992)
Henry Elliot Malden, University of Cambridge College Histories: Trinity Hall (London, 1902)
Alfred William Winterslow Dale (ed.) Warren's Book (Cambridge University Press, 1911)
Three books have also been written about the history of the College Boat Club which may also be of interest.
Henry Bond, A history of the Trinity Hall Boat Club (Heffer, Cambridge, 1930)
D. I. Sparkes, A history of the Trinity Hall Boat Club and Club records 1949-50 to 1986-87 (Cambridge University Press, 1988)
J. Timothy Swann, The Trinity Hall Boat Club 1928 to 1949 (c.1950)
Researchers might also be interested in consulting Christopher Brooke's (general editor) A History of the University of Cambridge (Cambridge University Press, 1988-2004). The general architectural history of the University may also be of interest and researchers should consult the latest edition of The Architectural History of the University of Cambridge, and of the colleges of Cambridge and Eton, originally edited by Robert Willis but updated by John Willis Clark (Cambridge University Press, 1988)