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BS: John Kennedy Archive Online
BEST YEARS OF HER LIFE
DEATH OF JOHN KENNEDY
I SAW MY COUNTRY'S FLAG GO DOWN
I'M CALLED LITTLE CAROLINE
LEE HARVEY WAS A FRIEND OF MINE
LORD OF THE LAND
THAT WAS THE PRESIDENT AND THAT WAS THE MAN
THAT WAS THE PRESIDENT, THAT WAS THE MAN 2
THE BALLAD OF J. F. K.
THE BOY SALUTES
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Subject: BS: John Kennedy Archive Online|
Date: 14 Jan 11 - 01:10 AM
Public-access digital archive unveiled by John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
By Lauren Keiper
BOSTON — Thousands of documents, photos and even recorded phone conversations of President John F. Kennedy are going online and available to a whole new generation of high-tech armchair historians.
The online digital archive of the 35th U.S. president was being unveiled on Thursday by the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston.
Now, instead of having to travel to Boston, historians and the general public alike will have online access to 200,000 document pages, 1,200 individual telephone conversations, speeches and meetings and 1,500 photos.
Although the opening paragraphs say that the Kennedy Library in Boston has the posts, farther down the article reports that the unveiling was by the National Archives, in Washington DC.
NO LINK to "whoever" has the website is given.
If there's sufficient interest, someone may find a link in other media reports that can be posted here. Both the Kennedy Library site and the National Archives site can be a maze when attempting to find specific material, and I haven't looked at whether either has "headlined" the new postings. (I also didn't click the videos embedded in the Reuters article.)