These external sites provide additional information relevant to the RSA Archive, our catalogue or archives in general:
The RSA printed Transactions and Journals 1783 - 2011 are available via JSTOR free to view up to 1870.
Listen to the event audio files on our website up to two years after recording.
RSA audio recordings are available two years after recording through the British Library Sound and Moving Image Catalogue.
Oil paintings from the RSA art collection and a selection of trial paintings from the archive can be found in the PCF catalogue ‘Westminster II’ and on the BBC Your Paintings website.
Images of a number of works in our collections are available for licensing through Bridgeman.
The NRA contains information on the nature and location of manuscripts and historical records that relate to British history.
A permanent web-accessible database of descriptions of the archives and manuscript collections of more than 100 London based repositories.
Provides contact details for record collecting institutions.
Established in 1850 to continue the organisation of the Great Exhibition of 1851 initiated by Prince Albert and the Society of Arts.