Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Notes and memoranda relating to Hall's study of the impact of John F. Kennedy's death on the arts
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
Drawing by Baker on July 7, 1881, showing his conception of the path of the bullet that wounded President Garfield and eventually killed him. Annotated and signed by several doctors
University of Texas Libraries
The Kubicek Collection on the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, 1963-1990, includes books, magazines, news clippings, pamphlets, government reports, typescripts of transcribed radio interviews, and scrapbooks concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
Alabama Department of Archives and History
The Governor is the chief executive of the state whose function is to administer the laws of the state. One of the activities used to accomplish this function is the administering of greetings, congratulations, recommendations, and other responses to constituents, public officials, dignitaries, and citizens of other states seeking information or offering observations
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Letter from William N. Chadwick, Fairfax, Virginia, to his cousin, 3 pp, 1 June 1865, regarding the end of the Civil War, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the activities of his regiment, the 8th Illinois Cavalry, Company E.
Virginia Historical Society
The bulk of this collection concerns the assassination of Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth. These items enclude a newspaper clipping, n.d., concerning the claim of David E. George (of Enid, Okla., also known as John St. Helen), actually to have been John Wilkes Booth; a reminiscence (handwritten), n.d., "The Capture and Death of John Wilkes Booth. By an Eyewitness," written by L.K.B. Holloway of Bowling Green, Caroline County, Va. (published in Harry Lee Garnett, Garnett History [1962], pp. 169-174); a brochure (printed), n.d., "Visit the Birthplace of Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth: Tudor Hall, Belair, Maryland"; newspaper clipping, n.d, concerning the claims of Sanford Conover [i.e. Charles A. Dunham] that Jefferson Davis and other officials were involved in plotting the assassination of Abraham Lincoln; an article (printed), 1958, "Dr. Samuel Alexander Mudd of Charles County, Maryland," by Richard D.
Allen County Public Library - Genealogy Center
Chiefly newsprint affixed to backing papers


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