"John F. Kennedy was killed on November 22, 1963. Almost 30 years later, Congress enacted the President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992. The Act mandated that all assassination-related material be housed in a single collection in the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The resulting Collection consists of more than 5 million pages of assassination-related records, photographs, motion pictures, sound recordings and artifacts (approximately 2,000 cubic feet of records). Most of the records are open for research."
Call Number: UCF Main Library U.S. Documents - 1st Floor -- Y 4.AS 7:K 38/
v. 1. September 6, 7, and 8, 1978 -- v. 2. September 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15, 1978 -- v. 3. September 18, 19, 20, and 21, 1978 -- v. 4. September 22, 25, and 26, 1978 -- v. 5. September 27, 28, and December 29, 1978 -- v. 6. Photographic evidence. March 1979 -- v. 7. Medical and firearms evidence. March 1979 -- v. 8. Acoustics, polygraph, handwriting, and fingerprint reports. March 1979 -- v. 9. Staff and consultant's reports on organized crime. March 1979 -- v. 10. Anti-Castro activities and organizations. Lee Harvey Oswald in New Orleans. CIA plots against Castro. Rose Cheramie. March 1979 -- v. 11. The Warren Commission. CIA support to the Warren Commission. The Motorcade. Military investigation of the assasination. March 1979 -- v. 12. Conspiracy witnesses in Dealey Plaza. Oswald-Tippit associates. George de Mohrenschildt. Depositions of Marina Oswald Porter. The defector study. Oswald in the Soviet Union: an investigation of Yuri Nosenko. March 1979
Call Number: UCF Main Library U.S. Documents - 1st Floor -- Y 3.2:AS 7/R 29
“All government records concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy should carry a presumption of immediate disclosure.”
Assassination & political violence; a report to the National Commission on the Causes & Prevention of Violence
Call Number: UCF Main Library U.S. Documents - 1st Floor -- PR 36.8:V 81/AS 7
Conceptual & structural analysis of assassination -- Deadly attacks upon public office holders in the United States -- Assassination attempts directed at the office of the President of the United States -- Presidential assassination attempts. Andrew Jackson ; Abraham Lincoln ; James A. Garfield ; William McKinley ; Theodore Roosevelt ; Franklin D. Roosevelt ; Harry S. Truman ; John F. Kennedy ; Robert F. Kennedy -- The psychology of presidential assassins -- Political consequences traceable to assassination of Presidents of the United States -- Strategies for the reduction of presidential assassinations -- Cross-national comparative study of assassination -- Political violence in the United States -- Attitudes toward political violence -- Political violence & terror in nineteenth & twentieth century Russia & Eastern Europe -- Assassination & political violence in twentieth century France & Germany -- Political assassinations in China, 1600-1968 -- Assassination in Japan -- Assassination in Latin America -- Assassination in the Middle East -- Assassination & political violence in Canada -- Assassination in Great Britain
"allows students and researchers to analyze historical events, and their presentation over time, through commercial and governmental newsreels, archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries."