University of Texas at ArlingtonJFK 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.
University of Texas
at Arlington Library
Description and Relevance of Holding:
The A. C. Greene Papers document the Dallas response to the JFK assassination. They were assembled by A. C. Greene, historian, author, and journalist, during his tenure as editor of the editorial page of the Dallas Times-Herald. The collection contains correspondence, Times-Herald editorials, unpublished editorials, letters to the editor, poetry, and a Greene report on the assassination. This collection is unprocessed, but a box inventory is available.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Collection contains photographic prints and negatives showing JFK’s visit to Fort Worth on the evening and morning before his assassination. It also includes photos taken in Dallas following the assassination and photos of the funerals of Dallas Police Officer J.D. Tippit and Lee Harvey Oswald.
The Jack White John F. Kennedy Assassination Collection contains correspondence, research files, periodicals, newsletters, newspapers, and photographs assembled by Jack White, well-known JFK researcher and author of The Many Faces of Lee Harvey Oswald. This collection has recently arrived in Special Collections and is unprocessed, although a box inventory is available.
The JFK Newspaper Collection contains original issues of local, Texas, and national newspapers and periodicals related to the JFK assassination, November 20, 1963 through 1988.
The Squire Haskins Photography Collection contains aerial photographs taken of Dallas landmarks, cityscapes, and neighborhoods including Dealey Plaza and the Triple Underpass in the days following the assassination.
Tejano Voices oral history collection includes interviews with Adán Gonzalez, Albert Peña Jr., Aguinaldo Zamora, and Richard Telles in which they describe their individual efforts in establishing Viva Kennedy Clubs across Texas.
Access to Holdings:
The collections are open to researchers.
Brenda S. McClurkin, C.A.
Historical Manuscripts Archivist
University of Texas at Arlington Library
702 Planetarium Place
Arlington, TX 76019