About the Collections
The Museum’s collections comprise a wide-range of materials that help tell the story of the assassination of President Kennedy and its aftermath, as well as explore his life and legacy and the history and culture of Dallas and the 1960s. Material types include documents and manuscripts, photographs, newspapers and magazines, three-dimensional artifacts, and audio-visual recordings—including early 1960s television and radio broadcasts, home movies and oral history interviews.
You can view a selection of the Museum’s collections through the online digital database. New content is added frequently.