These papers given by Romney Green's niece's family mainly comprise manuscript, typescript and published works by ARG, largely poetry, literary criticism, mathematics and social commentary, with a little about woodworking and sailing and (among his early writings) the texts of two plays. There are also papers relating to his autobiography and his anthology of literature, including the attempts after his death to have them published, and there are records of tributes to him, 1945-1997, a few photographs of ARG and of the staff of his workshop, and about 40 photographs of furniture and objects made by him. Only a very few letters from ARG survive here: a carbon copy of a letter to Eric Gill, 1933, his autobiographical letters to his daughter Beatrice, and correspondence about his anthology, 1934-1936, and about his autobiography, 1942-1944, including letters to and about the women in his life after the death of Bertha.
Papers relating to his family background include the account by his mother, Maria Heath Curtis, of her family (medical practitioners in Alton, Hampshire), transcripts by her of letters from ARG's father, Frederic Green, and the texts of three articles by Frederic Green. There is also information about ARG's brother, the architect William Curtis Green, including genealogical material about Curtis Green's first wife, Cicely Dillworth Lloyd, and their descendants.