When doing archival research related to St. Catharine's College the following websites and online resources may be useful.
- 'A History of St. Catharine's College once Catharine Hall Cambridge' by W. H. S. Jones, 1936
- 'The Story of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge' by W. H. S. Jones, 1951
- 'The Story of St. Catharine's College' by J. H. Baker and R. Edis, 1997
- The online version of the Victoria County History has a good section on St. Catharine's College
- The recently updated Pevsner Guide to Cambridgeshire has a short piece on the architecture of the College, 2014
Local record repositories
- Janus: provides access to more than 1800 catalogues of archives held throughout Cambridge
- Cambridgeshire Archives
National Record Repositories
England's Places, an online version of the Architectural Red Box Collection from the Historic England Archive
- A brief history of the University of Cambridge
- List of Cambridge University Officers
- Details of how Cambridge University and the Colleges function
- Cambridge History Sources Portal, including lists of Cambridgeshire photographers (1844-1990) and engravers.
- Cambridge Past, Present and Future, history of Cambrdge
- University of Oxford Archives
- England's Places, an online version of the Architectural Red Box Collection from the Historic England Archive. You can search for images of villages, towns and cities all across England.
- Clergy of the Church of England Database
- A Vision of Britain Through Time: The Vision of Britain system holds the full text of three 19th century descriptive gazetteers, a total of over 90,000 entries
- Early Modern England: a website for people interested in the history of England, focussing on English history from the late 15th century to the 19th century
- Anglo-Norman Dictionary
- Scriptorium: Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Online - A digital archive of manuscript miscellanies and commonplace books from c. 1450-1720, including research and teaching resources for late medieval and early modern manuscript studies
- Information on archival material and archive services in Ireland
- Historypin: a site to share historical photographs
- A guide to effective research using archives, produced by the Society of American Archivists
- Catholic Heritage website covering collections held England, Scotland, Italy and Spain
- Art UK (formerly Your Paintings), where the College's collection of oil paintings can be viewed, as well as collections held in public institutions all over the country
For those interested in preserving their own records, the following websites may be of interest:
- Guidance from the Library of Congress on preserving digital materials
- Institute of Conservation (ICON)
Please note that St Catharine's College cannot be held responsible for the content of external websites.