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Sunday, 21 October 2012

Assassination Archives

Document collections come from varied sources. A primary source of our materials is the Assassination Archives and Research Center. Other materials come from History Matters, JFK Lancer Productions & Publications, the National Archives, and other organizations and individuals.
The MFF currently has over 1,000,000 pages of scanned government records, most of them copies of records in the JFK Records Collection, which is maintained at National Archives II in College Park, Maryland. Also online are growing collections on the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, the Watergate scandal, and the post-Watergate investigations into abuses of the intelligence agencies.
For authenticity and best access to the original format, pages are presented as scanned images, not converted to text. Our custom viewing engine allows searching the text associated with each page image, and can even highlight search hits on the viewed pages.
See the Document Archive FAQ for frequently asked questions about the MFF Document Archive.

JFK Assassination Documents


This voluminous collection of JFK assassination documents contains reports and files from the Warren Commission, HSCA, and other investigations, as well as a vast set of declassified files from the FBI, CIA, and other agencies.

The Investigations

Government Agencies

MLK Assassination Documents


Martin Luther King files include the reports of the House Select Committee on the Assassinations and FBI Headquarters "Murkin" investigative files.

RFK Assassination Documents


Files on the assassination of Robert Kennedy include the transcript of the trial of Sirhan Sirhan, appeal documents, and FBI files from the Los Angeles Field Office.

Watergate Documents


Reports of the Senate Watergate Committee, the House Committee on the Judiciary, and the Watergate Special Prosecution Force, as well as transcripts of Nixon White House recordings.

Intelligence Investigation Documents


Reports and files of the Senate Church Committee, the Pike Committee of the House of Representatives, and the Rockefeller Commission, as well as selected other government reports from that era.

Intelligence Investigation Documents

Special Collections

The Mary Ferrell Foundation also hosts document collections on other historical topics.

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