The AARC Public Library is a collection of over 35,000 pages of
reports, transcripts, and other documents relating to political
assassinations. Many of these documents were recently declassified
under the terms of the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act,
whose mandate was carried out by the Assassination Records Review
Use the table
of contents to browse the collection and view its
many reports, transcripts, and documents.
To learn more about the contents of the AARC Public Library and
how to use this resource, see the library
COLLECTIONS OF THE AARC PUBLIC LIBRARY
Warren Commission Report, all 26 volumes of Hearings and
Exhibits, Executive Session transcripts, and selected Warren Commission
Documents and internal memos.
House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) Final Report
and all 12 volumes of hearings and appendices.
Other HSCA releases including "Lopez Report," Executive
Session transcripts, and many transcripts of declassified testimony.
All 14 published Church Committee reports.
Grand Jury records from the Garrison investigation, and the
transcript of the trial of Clay Shaw.
Assassination Records Review Board Final Report, transcripts
of medical depositions conducted by the ARRB, and other transcripts
Selected files of the FBI and CIA.
Soviet documents handed to President Clinton by Boris Yeltsin,
National Archives releases on JFK bullet fragment testing and the
"sea burial" of the ceremonial casket, and other documents.
See a history of library additions.
online documents are stored in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).
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