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President John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Collection

Tove Klovning


Locating the documents

Locating the documents

When Congress passed the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act in 1992, agencies throughout the Federal Government transferred assassination-related records to the National Archives, which established the JFK Assassination Records Collection. The Collection consists of approximately five million pages of records. According to the Act, all records previously withheld either in part or in full were to be released on October 26, 2017, unless authorized for further withholding by the President of the United States.

  • Cataloging information:
    Title: The President John F. Kennedy assassination records collection
    SuDoc: AE 1.102:K 38/
    PURL: Documents

Contat information

Contact information

Washington University Federal and State Government Document Coordinator via email, phone (314) 935 6443, or in person by appointment.

Tove Klovning also oversees foreign, comparative, international law and government document services at the law library and teaches Legal Research Methodologies I & II at the law school.

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