Commitment to Collections
About the Collection
The Museum’s collections include original documents and manuscripts, photographs, newspapers and magazines, three-dimensional artifacts, architectural elements and audio-visual recordings—including early 1960s television and radio broadcasts, home movies and more than 1,400 oral history interviews—all pertaining to the assassination of President Kennedy, the aftermath and legacy of that event, and the history and culture of Dallas and the 1960s.
Among the Museum’s special collections are the Abraham Zapruder and Orville Nix Collections, the Dallas Times Herald and Dallas Morning News Collections, the Parkland Hospital Collection, the Melvin Belli Collection, and the news television and radio collections.
Contribute to the Collection
The Oral History Collection includes more than 1,400 interviews and public programs.