Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

JFK Consortium

The JFK Resource Consortium was created by The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza to gather the rich and diverse
JFK-related collections located across the state of Texas and present them in a single portal.  

Researchers, students, educators, journalists and the general public can use this research tool to locate materials such as documents, correspondence, photographs, oral histories, artifacts and archival footage related to President Kennedy's life, legacy and assassination.

Each member institution page lists the location of the collection, a brief description of the holding and its relevance to President Kennedy, how to access the collection, and contact information. Institutional logos provide direct links to the member's web site.


Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
The William Green Memorial Library

Fort Worth

Description and Relevance of Holding:
The Jim Fuller Collection of President John F. Kennedy consists mainly of material collected during President Kennedy’s visit to Fort Worth, Texas and assassination related material. The types of documents included are ephemera, invitations, newspapers, magazines, and correspondence. Also included is the book “Four Days; the historical record of the death of President Kennedy.” Later material concerns the donation of these materials to the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, MA.

The Paul Dixon Photograph Collection of President John F. Kennedy is made up entirely of photographs taken during the visit of President John F. Kennedy to Fort Worth. There are photographs both from the night of the arrival and the events the next morning. All but one photograph is printed on very heavy cardstock. All the photographs measure 11” by 14”.

Access to Holdings:
The collections are open to researchers upon request.

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
1600 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107