The History Matters Archive contains voluminous electronic holdings
related to the 1963 murder of President Kennedy and the subsequent
investigations of that crime. There are tens of thousands of pages of reports,
transcripts, and other documents, as well as dozens of hours of audio segments.
These records come from the investigative
bodies and from agencies of the federal government, including the FBI,
CIA, Secret Service, State Department, and others. Some were published as long ago as the 1960s
and 1970s; others were released in the mid- and late-1990s under the JFK Assassination
Records Collection Act.
This table of contents is broken down by agency. Click on one of the agencies listed to the left,
and you will navigate to another table of contents page delineating the collections of documents
available which were produced or held by that agency. Within a few clicks you will reach a
listing of actual documents in some sub-collection, from which you will be able to view them.