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Online JFK Resources

Two online resources of JFK document collections are worthy of special attention.

Baylor University hosts collections of prominent JFK assassination researchers, including:

and several others. Some materials have been put online, along with indexes to the physical paper and materials, which are available for research at Baylor's Poage Legislative Library. The library is directed by Ben Rogers, who has appeared at the Dallas conferences in recent years.

Another resource is the large collection of documents donated by Harold Weisberg to Hood College in Frederik, MD. Due to the tireless efforts of Clay Ogilvie, the Harold Weisberg Archive Digital Collection is available online for searching and viewing.

Weisberg was among the most prominent of the early critics; his seminal books have been republished by the Mary Ferrell Foundation, and are available in the MFF Store.

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