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JFK Assassination Documents & Collections

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Over 500 pages of documents.

The files contained in this collection provide context and backstory related to two individuals who have come to represent an enigmatic tangent to two areas of popular interest, the mystery of Unidentified Flying Objects and the quest to uncover the true story behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. 
Fred Crisman and Thomas Beckham Collections
Curated by Larry Hancock and Glynn Cressy

The appearance of Crisman and Beckham in JFK materials only began in conjunction with a pair of anonymous letters mailed to New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison. The letters were intriguing, appeared to suggest a host of mysterious links and networks. While Beckham’s involvement begins with the JFK story, Crisman’s reach (and mysterious claims) were much broader, enough so that at one point in time the CIA investigated him because of his own claims to be working for CIA in disruptive activities targeting local school board and municipal government.  

 

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D340-CD. LHO Military Records, compiled by Martin Shackelford. 87 pages  
D120. FOLDER TITLE LIST FOR THE PAPERS OF J. LEE RANKIN; This is the listing of each folder of the Rankin papers donated to the National Archives by the family of J. Lee Rankin, counsel for the Warren Commission. The listing is over 40,000 pages make up this important collection. 29 pages names each folder.  
D165. WARREN COMMISSION EXECUTIVE SESSION TRANSCRIPTS, Transcribed recorded conversations—some disturbing and startling—of the Warren Commissioners and others on staff, purpose, evidence, direction, and directives from President Johnson, the FBI and other government agencies. A unique historical document. 517 pages
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D113. Richard Case Nagell Secret Service Potential Threat File. Released 4-21-97. RIF 154-10002-10330 269 pages
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D114. HSCA Secret Service Files, Released 1-96. (Dallas motorcade agents’ interviews included) 278 pages
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D117. (CE_1026) Secret Service Report on the Assassination of President Kennedy, March 19, 1964, 6 pages  
D115. Secret Service Report on President's Travel To Chicago, March 23, 1963, 112 pages (Suspected Assassination Attempt)  
D369 REPORT OF THE U.S. SECRET SERVICE OF THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY for the Warren Commission, 250 pages  
D-MD151. FBI Report of Autopsy and Contact With Secret Service Agents, Bethesda 11-22-63. Sibert and O'Neill 302 Report
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D-MD152. 11-29-63 Official FBI Interviews with SS Agents Greer, Kellerman, and Behn.
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FBI
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D370. INVESTIGATION OF ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY NOV. 22, 1963

Supplimental Federal Bureau of Investigation United States Department of Justice, John Edgar Hoover Director. (Commission Document 107) 262 pages

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D372. INVESTIGATION OF ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY NOVEMBER 22, 1963, SUPPLEMENTAL FBI REPORT JANUARY 13, 1964, 353 pages

  • Part One of this report sets forth additional evidence developed incriminating Lee Harvey Oswald in the assassination.
  • Part Two sets fourth additional information developed regarding Lee Harvey Oswald.
  • Part Three contains additional exhibits.
 
D153. I. Irving Davidson

A public relations counsel with offices in Washington, DC, and was registered with the Department as an agent of Nicaraguan and Israeli Governments. He was never an informant to the FBI but in the past did furnish them with information relating to Israeli and Latin-American activities, most of which were of interest to other Government agencies to which this data was disseminated. (CIA) Most documents included in this batch are the result of an FBI investigation of his office books under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Donated to JFK Lancer by Ed Sherry.

 
D150. Papers of James Hosty, Jr.

James P. Hosty, Jr. served as an FBI special agent in Dallas during the time leading up to the assassination of President Kennedy. He had interviewed Marina Oswald twice before November 22, 1963, and bullettained a file on Lee Harvey Oswald. After one of his interviews with Mrs. Oswald, Lee Oswald delivered a threatening note to Hosty. Hosty destroyed the note two days after the assassination. Mr. Hosty donated this file to the National Archives on January 24, 1997. The documents relate to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the investigation of Lee Harvey and Marina Oswald, the assassination of President Kennedy, and Mr. Hosty’s employment with the FBI. 56 pages

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D121. FBI WITNESS STATEMENTS

37 FBI statements not published in the Warren Commission volumes: Howard Brennan, Mrs. R.A Reid, Emmet Hudson, Elise T. Dorman, Victoria Adams, Jane Berry, Jack Frazen, Otis Neville Williams, Mrs. Donald Sam Baker (V.Rackley), Seymore Weitzman, Bonnie Ray Williams, James Jarman, Mrs. Eric Walther, James Richard Worrell, Robert Edwards, Ronald Fisher, Royce Skelton, Frank E. Reilly, John F. Dolan, Jack E. Dougherty, James W. Powell, Ruth Smith, Lillian Mooneyham, James N. Crawford, Mary Ann Mitchell, Steven F. Wilson, Richard Randolf Carr, E.R. Caddy, Peggy Joyce Hawkins, J.W. Foster,James Eliot Romack, John Martin Jr., James Altgens, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Willis , Bonus: the handwritten statement of William Randolf Carr, 2-3-64, 71 pages

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D143. Brilab Electronic Surveillance on Organized Crime Boss Carlos Marcello

Previously unavailable taped conversations of Carlos Marcello, the long-time head of organized crime in New Orleans. In the late 1970s, the FBI investigated Marcello in an operation code-named “BriLab,” which stood for “Bribery of Organized Labor.” The FBI conducted electronic surveillance on Marcello’s home and office for approximately eight months. The Review Board identified thirteen conversations that are relevant to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and is making them available to the public. ARRB Release 1998, 102 pages

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CIA
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D327. Transcript of Proceedings between Cuban Officials and JFK Researchers. NASSAU BEACH HOTEL
7/9 DECEMBER 1995, Fabian Escalante, Mirta Nunez (Interpreter), Carlos Lechuga, Arturo Rodriguez, John Newman, Alan Rogers, Gaeton Fonzi, Anthony Summers, Jim Lesar, Jeremy Gunn, Russell Swickard, Gordon Winslow, Dick Russell, Noel Twyman, Peter Scott, Andy Kolis, John Judge, Peter Kornbluh, Ed Sherry. (Donated by Gordon Winslow)
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HSCA INVESTIGATION
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D103. 1994 GAETON FONZI INTERVIEW. Compliments of Gordon Winslow and Gaeton Fonzi, we offer this extensive interview. Mr. Fonzi was an investigator for the House Assassinations Committee and author of the book, “The Last Investigation. “ You will be intrigued by his comments. Great interview.
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D145. Select Committee On Assassinations US House of Representatives Report of Fire Arm Examination Panel September 8, 1978. Not in the final report. 38 pages  
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D108. Clinton, LA Witnesses' Statements. Released April 9, 1996, these are the actual interview statements from the Clinton witnesses (who saw LHO with David Ferry and Clay Shaw) taken by Andrew J. Sciambra and sent to District Attorney Jim Garrison in 1967. 22 pages.
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109E. CIA Garrison/Clay Shaw Documents 78 pages
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ARRB
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D137. DALLAS DOCTORS ORAL DEPOSITIONS: UNCORRECTED COPY. Charles Baxter, M.D., Ronald Coy Jones, M.D., Robert M. McClelland, M.D., Malcolm O. Perry, M.D., and Paul C. Peters M.D., produced as witnesses at the instance of the ARRB, taken on Aug. 27, 1998. 35 pages
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  • These digital archives contain high-quality scanned documents, and where possible, are fully searchable. Also included are document summaries, articles by experts on the topic and weblinks for even further information.
  • Disks are compatible with Windows, MAC, Unix operating systems; in Adobe PDF© and Quicktime© formats.

Chronicles

Kennedy Assassination Chronicles 1995-2002
30 Issues

 

$30 for all issues on disk - PDF

Gutierrez JFK Homicide

JFK HOMICIDE Forensic Reconstruction
by Sherry Fiester

Lynn Mangan RFK Assassination ResearchLynn Mangan
RFK Assassination

Chief Researcher For Sirhan Sirhan
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On Disk 206 for $25.00
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Witness Study

Witnesses: The HSCA secret study of the JFK assassination witnesses in Dealey Plaza, Research by Stewart Galanor.

CD-169 for $10.00 buy

newmanOswald in Mexico City, 1999 Conference Presentation
by Dr. John Newman. Complete transcript with linked documents, photos and audio files.

2 Disks Set for $20 add to cart 

WCEXThe Warren Commission Executive Sessions
Introduction by David Lifton,  with articles from Kennedy Assassination Chronicles
CD-165 for $10 buy

These digital archives contain high-quality scanned documents, and where possible, are fully searchable. Also included are document summaries, articles by experts on the topic and weblinks for even further information. Read more here

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Parkland Hospital: First on the SceneFirst on the Scene: Interviews With Parkland Doctors

by Brad Parker
A series of interviews and essays with the Dallas Parkland Hospital doctors. CD Rom includes the entire book with all illustrations, 218 pages. Also, Dr. Ronald C. Jones' presentation at JFK Lancer's November In Dallas Conference 2000. (Quicktime)

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Larry Hancock JFK Assassination Research

Research of Larry Hancock

Includes 3 years of documents presented at November In Dallas Conferences and utilized in his book, "Someone Would Have Talked."

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FBI WiretapsFBI FILES - WIRETAPS From FBI Headquarters

  • Carlos Gambino: said to be the“Boss of Bosses” was described as the most powerful racketeer in the country. (1000 pages)
  • Giancana: Reputed syndicate boss in Chicago from 1957 to 1966, files contents are from a 1960 report from the anti-racketeering investigation of Sam Giancana, Chicago organized crime boss.(187 pages)
    John Roselli, AKA “Filippo Sacco,” was active in California and Las Vegas, handling affairs for the Chicago La Cosa Nostra family.
  • Richard Nixon: FBI Intelligence Files (317 pages)
  • Marilyn Monroe: This file contains accounts of publicity about Miss Monroe’s alleged affairs and speculation about the circumstances surrounding her death. (100 pages) Wiretapping files including Civil Rights and the FBI internal history of wiretapping.

CD380 $20

JFK Advisory BoardPresidents' Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board

Forward by John Williams, Ph.D.

CD-164 for $10.00
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ALSO,
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John Williams
NID01-04 $10.00

SS CollectionSecret Service Document Collection

• HSCA-FBI Secret Service Files
• Richard Case Nagell Potential Threat File
• Chicago Threat File
• WC Drinking Involving the SS Agents
• SS Chief Rowley WC Testimony and Report
• SS Interviews
Also: Vincent Palamara Interviews and Archives: Richard Greer, son of late William Greer, William Greer, Dr. Malcolm Perry, Dr. Shaw, Floyd Boring, Sam Kinney, and more. (Movie Files, some audio only. 15 interviews) Special from JFK Lancer and Vincent Palamara.
CD382 $20buy

MAFIA-CIA-FBI FILES BRILAB

Mafia Electronic Surveillance on Carlos Marcelo, 1970s (103 pages) 13 conversations relevant to the assassination of JFK
• HSCA CIA/Mafia Documents (appx 400 pages) Castro plots
• LA COSA NOSTRA/John Roselli FBI Files (appx 1000 pages)

 

HemmingGerry Patrick Hemming: Documents and Interviews

 

Including the 1996 Conference Panel Discussion video.

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