Hi Jim, I am fortunate to have an obvious place to pass my material to. My efforts centre on 630 Squadron https://630squadron.wordpress.com/
and I plan to leave my stuff to the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby - that was 630's airfield and as you will know is now home to "Just Jane". They are seriously enthusiastic about the history of the airfield, aircraft and squadrons which flew from there having preserved a chunk of it with a hangar for Just Jane, the control tower, etc. I plan to leave them my website, my research books (multiple A4 sized handwritten ledgers collating squadron activity night by night based on all available wartime document sources- all referenced) which form the source material behind the website. Also the spreadsheets tracking all aircrew who served with 630, all sorties flown by the squadron, all Lancs on strength, all combat reports, all evader/exPOW reports, all award recommendations, etc. copies of multiple published and unpublished memoirs, voice tapes of interviews, and a fair bit of ephemera which I've been given along the way. I'm pondering also scanning the documents & ledgers for IBCC.
My secondary website for 57 Squadron (630's sister squadron also based at East Kirkby) is in its infancy, framework and some material 1916-1941
but whatever state of completion I manage to achieve, hopefully it will go in the same direction.
We commenced the project as a team but I am the last of us. PeteT made both sites possible and constructed the framework of both in 2018 before patiently teaching me how to load my text and photos, etc.