10. Robert F. Kennedy Assassination Archives
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The RFKAA includes correspondence, copies of government and legal documents, audiotapes, videotapes, notebooks, photographs, magazine and newsclippings, reports and books published about Robert F. Kennedy and his assassination. The collection is divided into 6 series, I through VI, with 10 item- and file-level indexes. The series are arranged in order of the sequence of the case, and most files within the series are arranged alphabetically, except for the court documents and the newsclippings...
Scope and Contents This collection was assembled by researchers in the course of their investigation into the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Lillian Castellano, a special investigator of the assassination of both John F. and Robert Kennedy, and a member of "The Kennedy Assassination Truth Committee," contributed the bulk of this collection. The collection contains analyses of the Zapruder film, photographs, negatives, and slides, a copy of the autopsy review report, and diagrams. Also included are copies of...
Scope and Contents Collection consists of files compiled during the attorney’s research into the LAPD’s handling of the case, arranged alphabetically by topic. Includes audiotape of police logs, audiotape cassette interviews, and a card file indexing various individuals, their locations and at the time of the shooting, and what they heard.
Scope and Contents The collection is divided into six series: Nelson’s subject files (Series I); correspondence files (Series II); newspaper clippings (Series III); poetry by Nelson (Series IV); audio and video recordings (Series V); and the records of the Kennedy Assassination Truth Committee and the Inquiry and Accountability Foundation (known as the Foundation for Truth and Accountability from 1986-1988) (Series VI). His own folder titles were retained in most cases, with some alterations for filing errors...
Dates: 1968-2001; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2000
Scope and Contents The collection consists of photocopies, photos, audio recordings, and slides pertaining to his research into the assassination of Martin Luther King April 4, 1968 (Series I) and the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy on June 5, 1968 (Series II). There are also limited materials (slide talks) on the John F. Kennedy Assassination which took place on November 22, 1963.