Michael Kurtz

BOX   1 

Folder1:

1960 Convention Handbook, Compiled and Edited by NBC News, 145 pp.

 

Folder 2:

John F. Kennedy, From Childhood to Martyrdom, 202 Photographs, 1963, 102 pp.

 

Folder 3:

John, We Remember You, The Life and Times of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 122 pp. 

 

Folder 4:Magazine Articles and Clippings

  1. President-elect, John F. Kennedy with his mother, Mrs. Rose Kennedy, National Retired Teachers Association, Vol. XI, No. 4, December, 4th Quarter
  2. President Kennedy at his desk
  3. A new Kennedy painting by Norman Rockwell (2 copies)
  4. Portrait of John F. Kennedy; Telegram to Mrs. John F. Kennedy from Blanche H. Dow, November 23, 1963; Telegram to President Lyndon B. Johnson from Blanche H. Dow, November 25, 1963, AAUW Journal, January 1964
  5. President says goodbye to John Kennedy at the Lincoln Memorial, Life, n. d.
  6. John Kennedy’s Last Wish for the American People, Pageant, Vol. 19, No. 8, February 1964, pp. 6-11
  7. The 22nd of November 1963, The Aftermath, A Pageant Bonus Report, pp. 67-87
  8. The Lonely Days of John F. Kennedy’s Best Friend [Dave Powers], Good Housekeeping, August 1964
  9. Walter Lippmann on Kennedy, Newsweek, January 21, 1963, pp. 24-29
  10. Portrait of John Fitzgerald Kennedy; Portrait of Lyndon Baines Johnson and Tribute to Kennedy, National Retired Teachers Association Journal, Supplement 1964
  11. Jackie Kennedy, John-John and Caroline visit Arlington Cemetery on a birthday
  12. The Official Color Portrait of John F. Kennedy
  13. The Closest Look Yet at J.F.K., Pictures Inside White House Show Tenseness Behind Relaxed Air, Life, April 28, 1961
  14. Johnson Takes Over: The Untold Story, How the new president won his key fight to keep the Kennedy team together, The Saturday Evening Post, pp. 17-23
  15. The Collapse of Kennedy’s grand design, unidentified magazine, pp. 78-81
  16. The Third Regiment: The President’s Own, Holiday, March 1961
  17. An image distilled from 800 pictures, A sculptor captures Kennedy’s ‘determination and earnestness’, Life, January 3, 1964
  18. The Kennedy Wit, JFK’s warmth and humor are wonderfully captured in a new book–an exclusive preview, This Week Magazine, July 5, 1964
  19. The Ambitions of Bobby Kennedy, Look, August 25, 1964
  20. How Joe Kennedy Made His Millions, Life, n. d.
  21. Death of a President–Told in Direct Testimony, S. News & World Report, Dec. 7, 1964

 

Folder  5:    

Bulletin of First Methodist Church, Hammond, La., November 25, 1963

 

Folder 6  – July 1960

  1. “Kennedy’s New Frontier Held Challenge to Nixon” The Times-Picayune, July 17, 1960
  2. “Story of All-for-One Kennedys” The Times-Picayune, July 25, 1960
  3. “Close-Knit Family Life Is Stressed” The Times-Picayune, July 26, 1960
  4. “`Lace Curtain’ Background of Kennedy Family Traced” The Times-Picayune, July 27, 1960
  5. “Observer Says Kennedy Family Not ‘High-Toned’” The Times-Picayune, July 28, 1960
  6. “Ambassador Kennedy, Wife, Children Roar Into London” The Times-Picayune, July 29, 1960
  7. “Kennedy Wanted Action; Shunned Stateside Duty” The Times-Picayune, July 30, 1960
  8. “Tragic Deaths of Young Joe, Kathleen Hit Kennedys Hard” The Times-Picayune, July 31, 1960

Folder 7  – August 1960

  1. “Jack Kennedy’s Young Team Upset Old Political Rules” The Times-Picayune, August 1, 1960
  2. “Jack Kennedy Takes Wife; Wins Fight Against Illness” The Times-Picayune, August 2, 1960
  3. “Old Pros Thought Jack Made Convention Boners” The Times-Picayune, August 3, 1960
  4. “Sen. Kennedy Shows Ability to Take Setbacks in Stride” The Times-Picayune, August 4, 1960

Folder 8  – November 22-24, 1963

  1. “President Dead: Lyndon Johnson Is New President” The Daily Star, November 22, 1963
  2. “Interview With Oswald Is Recalled” The Sunday Advocate, November 24, 1963
  3. “President Kennedy Is Assassinated” The Times-Picayune, November 24, 1963
  4. “Connally Is Told of JFK Death” The Sunday Advocate, November 24, 1963
  5. “Employer Terms Oswald Modest, Good Worker," “Connally Will Send His Son To JFK Rites”The Sunday Advocate, November 24, 1963
  6. “Market Reels under Impact Of JFK’s Death” The Sunday Advocate, November 24, 1963
  7. “Ambulance Driver Tells of JFK’s Death” The Sunday Advocate, November 24, 1963
  8. “Grief Deepened” The Times-Picayune, November 24, 1963 (not whole article)
  9. “JFK’s Unspoken Talk Hit Foes” The Times-Picayune, November 24, 1963
  10. “Day of Mourning Is Proclaimed” The Sunday Advocate, November 24, 1963

Folder 9  – November 25-27, 1963

  1. “LBJ 8th to Get Post by Death” The Times-Picayune, November 25, 1963
  2. “Eulogy to Kennedy Delivered at Mass” The Morning Advocate, November 25, 1963
  3. “Highlights In Career Of 36th President Of U.S.” The Daily Star, November 25, 1963
  4. “Editorial: John F. Kennedy” The Morning Advocate, November 25, 1963
  5. “Grand Jury Indicts Ruby, Trial Dec. 9" The Daily Star, November 26, 1963
  6. “Eternal Light Shines Over Kennedy’s Grave” The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963
  7. “Freedom Urged On Information” November 26, 1963
  8. “Editorial: The Mystery That Remains” The Morning Advocate, November 26, 1963
  9. “Mourners Pay Final Visit to JFK” The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963
  10. “World Mourns As Kennedy Is Buried” Morning Advocate, November 26, 1963
  11. “Little John Kennedy, Jr. Salutes as Casket Is Placed on Caisson” The Times-Picayune,
    1. November 26, 1963
  12. “Joe Kennedy Alone In Mourning Death” The Morning Advocate, November 26, 1963
  13. “Widow’s Tears Flow at Last” The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963
  14. “Jim Bishop: Reporter” The Morning Advocate, November 26, 1963
  15. “Closed Casket RFK’s Decision” The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963
  16. “Close Security Watch Is Kept” The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963
  17. “Post-Taps Kiss Evokes Tears of Mrs. Kennedy” The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963
  18. “Johnson Calls For Action On Civil Rights, Tax Cut” The Daily Star, November 27, 1963
  19. “Johnson Seeks Continuity” The Times-Picayune, November 27, 1963
  20. “Ruby Indicted for Slaying Accused Assassin of JFK”, “Johnson Leans More to the ‘Middle’”
    1. The Times-Picayune, November 27, 1963
  21. “Johnson To Increase Alliance’s Strength, Aid Latin America” The Times-Picayune,
    1. November 27, 1963
  22. “Mrs. Kennedy Visits Grave: Brings Caroline After Crowds Leave” The Times-Picayune,
    1. November 27, 1963

Folder 10  – November 28-30, 1963

  1. “Canada Knows Little Of LBJ” The Times-Picayune, November 28,1963
  2. “Why The Shocking Tragedy?” The Hammond Vindicator, November 28, 1963
  3. “Mexican Consul Pays Tribute” The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1963
  4. “Emotion Moves Johnson in Plea for Cooperation” The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1963
  5. “LBJ Restates Foreign Policy,” “U. N. Envoys Term Speech of Johnson ‘Heartening’”
    1. The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1963
  6. “President Looks at Wife After Delivering Speech” The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1963
  7. “Johnson Asks Aid For JFK Programs, Johnson Backs Kennedy Goals” The Times-Picayune,
    1. November 28, 1963
  8. “Gov. Connally Recalls Shots” The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1963
  9. “Johnson Addresses Congress” Morning Advocate, November 28, 1963
  10. “Refugee Hints Cuban Plot in Slaying of President” The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1963
  11. “Donations Pour in for Tippit and Oswald Families,” “Huey Long Killing, Book on JFK Read by Oswald” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  12. “Nation Must Move On–LBJ” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  13. “President Lyndon Johnson” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  14. “Many Kinds of Memorial to Honor JFK Proposed” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  15. “Oswald Given Another Chance” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  16. “Johnson Team Expected to Include Kennedy Men” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  17. “Red Party Lays Blame in Death” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  18. “Nation May See Trial of Ruby” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  19. “President’s Text” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  20. “Thousands Pay Holiday Visit to Kennedy Grave” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  21. “Views of Readers” The Times-Picayune, November 29, 1963
  22. “Stonewall Youth One of Last to See President Kennedy Alive” The Times-Picayune,
    1. November 30, 1963
  23. “Has Faith in Johnson Stand on Rights, Asserts Wilkins” Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  24. “Views of Readers: Americanism” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  25. “Kennedy Clan In Seclusion” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  26. “JFK Memorial Held in Saigon” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  27. “New First Lady Pleased to Aid in Career of LBJ” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  28. “Oswald Is Seen as Not Insane” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  29. View of the assassination scene- The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  30. “Kennedy Death Probers Named” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  31. “Week’s Image Memorable” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963

Folder 11 – December 1963

  1. “Neighbors in New Orleans Never Really Knew Oswald” The Sunday Advocate, December 1, 1963
  2. “My Political Philosophy–By Lyndon B. Johnson” The Times-Picayune, December 1, 1963
  3. “Oswald Wired Money, Report” “Oswald Listed ‘Schizophrenic’” The Times-Picayune,
    1. December 1, 1963
  4. “Mrs. Johnson Admires White House Restoration” The Times-Picayune, December 1, 1963
  5. “Claim Oswald Had Truancy And Psychiatric Record” Sunday Advocate, December 1, 1963
  6. “A Time of Sorrow: The Late President Did Much for the Arts” The New York Times,
    1. December 1, 1963
  7. “Sees Variation in Tax Plan: President May Offer Spending Cut for Program” Times-Picayune,
    1. December 1, 1963
  8. “The Washington Merry Go Round” The Sunday Advocate, December 1, 1963
  9. “Secret Service Agent Cited for Bravery During Tragedy,” “LBJ Is Seeking Budget of $98 to $103 Billion” The Times-Picayune, December 4, 1963
  10. “Team Of 15 Doctors Strove To Save Life Of President Kennedy” The Hammond Vindicator,
    1. December 5, 1963
  11. “Local Minister Writes Stirring Story About Assassination” The Hammond Vindicator,
    1. December 5, 1963
  12. “Texans Feel Anguished Guilt, Find Little Solace in Excuses” Morning Advocate, Dec. 10, 1963
  13. “Threads on Gun Point to Oswald” The Times-Picayune, December 11, 1963

Folder 12  – January-May 1964

  1. “Grief Over JFK Viewed” The Times-Picayune, January 10, 1964
  2. “Saw Abnormality--Widow” The Times-Picayune, February 8, 1964
  3. “Another Psychiatrist Testifies Ruby Insane” The Daily Star, March 12, 1964
  4. “Special Delivery From Heaven” March 12, 1964
  5. “England Plans Memorial to JFK” The Sunday Advocate, April 4, 1964
  6. “Average of 15,000 Persons Visit President Kennedy’s Grave Daily” The Times-Picayune,
    1. May 23, 1964
  7. “International TV Program Scheduled In Memory of JFK” Morning Advocate, May 29, 1964

Folder 13  – July, September, October 1964

  1. “Kennedy Family Fortunes Also Have Darker Aspects” Morning Advocate, July 9, 1964
  2. “Marina Oswald Tells of Diary” The Times-Picayune, September 21, 1964
  3. “Johnson Needled Congress Into Working” The Daily Star, September 28, 1964
  4. “Publication of Last Book of Late President Begun” The Times-Picayune, October 18-24, 1964

Folder 14  – November and December 1964

  1. “JFK Memorial Mass Offered,” “Dallas Pauses in Memory of Kennedy Assassination,” “Strange Week Was Year Ago” The Times-Picayune, November 23, 1964
  2. “Lest We Forget” The Daily Star, November 23, 1964
  3. “Citizens of World Join U.S. in Tributes to JFK”, “Johnsons Join in JFK Tribute”
    1. The Times-Picayune, November 23, 1964
  4. “3 Crewmen Recall Days in PT 109 Under Kennedy” The Times-Picayune, November 23, 1964
  5. “Mrs. Shriver Recalls JFK Interest in Retarded People” Morning Advocate, November 27, 1964
  6. Miscellaneous article, December 1964

Folder 15 – Miscellaneous Dates

  1. “‘Cousin Jack’ Is Favorite Son of Home Irish Area” The Times-Picayune, March 5, 1961
  2. “President Visits Sister’s Grave” The Times-Picayune, June 30, 1963
  3. “Kennedy to Hail Cousins, See Old Home in Ireland” The Times-Picayune, June 23, 1963
  4. “Pause at Grave” The Daily Star, January 1965
  5. “Historic Runnymede Soil Is Bequeathed in Tribute,” “Queen Speaks at Kennedy Memorial Dedication” The Times-Picayune, May 15, 1965

Folder 16  – No Dates

  1. “A birthday gift for John F. Kennedy”
  2. “1960"
  3. “JFK, LBJ’s Common Bond: An Inspirational Approach”
  4. “Birchites Offer Interpretation of JFK Murder”
  5. “Discreet onlooker”
  6. “Dismal Morning Prompts Kennedy to Mention Death”
  7. “First Lady’s First Day”
  8. “Death Comes To A President”
  9. “JFK Death Report Nears Completion”
  10. “Over All The Land, Ceremonies Scheduled To Pay Tribute To Honored Dead”
  11. “Autopsy on Oswald Shows Accused Assassin Healthy”
  12. “U. S. Ponders When Soviet Will Test Mettle of LBJ”
  13. “Military Ready When JFK Fell” The Times-Picayune, 1963
  14. “Johnson’s Diplomacy”
  15. “Johnson Seeks Advance Okays”
  16. “Obvious Crime and Strained Justice”
  17. “Boggs Praises Johnson Speech”
  18. “Move Planned by Mrs. Kennedy”
  19. “Johnson’s Own Staff Rated Super-Duper” 1963
  20. “Much of Johnson’s LBJ Ranch Is Now Off Limits”
  21. “Kennedy’s Death Could Change Election Course”
  22. “First Lady Called ‘Bird’ Since 2 Years Old in Texas”
  23. “Save--Johnson”
  24. “John F. Kennedy”
  25. “Killer’s Post Newly Chosen”
  26. “No Time For Collective Guilt”
  27. “Fellow Pastors Defend Dallas Minister”
  28. “Assassination of America President Not Fed’l Crime”
  29. “Johnson Emphasizes Economy On Defense”
  30. “Oswald: Crybaby, Self-Centered, Poorly Educated”
  31. “In Memoriam...” Winter 1964
  32. “‘Disservice’”
  33. “Kennedy Assassination”
  34. “The Washington Merry Go Round”
  35. “City Joins U.S. In JFK Tribute”
  36. “Saddened Nation... in Silence...”
  37. “ Kennedy’s Last Half-Hour Recalled by Physicians”
  38. Kathleen Kennedy...
  39. “Favorite Books of JFK Listed”
  40. “Need a Consensus to Heal Division”
  41. “Tragedy of Kennedy Death Began in Late September”
  42. “Kennedy, Oswald, Ruby Fated To Fulfill Destinies in Dallas”
  43. “Poets May Find Inspiration in Jacqueline Kennedy”
  44. “Honor Guard For The Nation’s Heroes”
  45. “The White House Revisited”
  46. Is it true...
  47. “Texans Mourning Kennedy With Outpouring of Poetry”
  48. “Texas Citizens Group Deplores Liberal Moves”
  49. “Social Security Trustees Say Trust Funds Are Sound”
  50. “The Pennsylvania Avenue Plan: A Memorial”
  51. “Dispute Flares After Attack On Kennedy”
  52. “Kennedy Gave Courage, Life to Presidency”
  53. “Jim Bishop: Reporter,” “The Washington Merry Go Round”
  54. “‘Well Done’” photograph
  55. “John Chamberlain-‘What Might Have Been’”
  56. “Words Prove All Too Prophetic”
  57. “Matter Of Fact”
  58. “JFK’s Bible Favorites--Poetry, Prophecy, Proverbs--Read in Rites”
  59. “...Holiday...”
  60. “...Qualities’ of JFK Are Given Praise”
  61. “High Officials Lament Assassination of Kennedy”
  62. “Need a Consensus to Heal Division”
  63. “JFK’s Mementos Portray True ‘Leader Personality”
  64. “Editorials Printed About Assassination”
  65. “Eulogy”
  66. “Says JFK Had ‘Dedication’ Early in Life”
  67. “La. Congressional Delegation Stunned”
  68. “Prof Assailed For Article On Kennedy”
  69. “Jackie To Move To New York To Escape Memories Of Capital”
  70. Advertisement for JFK memorial album and half-dollar.
  71. “Tragedies In Kennedy Family Noted”
  72. “Detailed Account of Tragic Event Includes Tributes”
  73. “Robert Kennedy Working To Keep JFK Spirit Alive”
  74. “Retired La. Rice Planter Recalls McKinley’s Death”
  75. “The Widow...” photograph
  76. President Kennedy at his press conference, November 15, 1963
  77. “Gun-Happy Fanatics: A Growing Menace”
  78. “Remembering The President”
  79. “Events of Monday’s Funeral Cortege, Mass, Burial Listed”
  80. “Britons Join In TV Tribute To President”

Folder 17  – Miscellaneous

  1. “Death Of Morrison Stuns Residents Of Louisiana And Nation”
  2. “Editorially Speaking... Passing Of ‘Chep’ Is Lamented”
  3. “Interest Grows in Handicraft Display Here December 6th”
  4. “Bradford Unsung Hero of U. S. History” The Times-Picayune, November 24, 1963
  5. “How to Remove Film from China, Glass Told” The Times-Picayune, November 27, 1963
  6. “Webb Removal Held Indicated” The Times-Picayune, November 30, 1963
  7. “Views of Readers” The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1963
  8. “Lion Sinks Teeth in Arm of Trainer; Act Goes on” The Times-Picayune, December 1, 1963
  9. “Rights Bill Is Still Opposed”

Folder 18

  1. The Times-Picayune, November 23, 1963
  2. The Times-Picayune, November 24, 1963
  3. The Times-Picayune, November 26, 1963
  4. The Times-Picayune, November 28, 1964
  5. The Daily Star, November 25, 1963
  6. “Study New Angles In Commie Plot To Kill President Kennedy,” The Councilor, Vol. 2, 8, March 15, 1963; “Official Federal Secrecy Protects Identity Of Oswald Accomplices” The Councilor, Vol. 2, No. 7, February 25, 1964

Historic Newspapers, 1559-1865, Produced by The Bee From the Collection of Frederic B. Farrar:

  1. 1559 Death of Henry II
  2. 1643 Charles I Victorious
  3. 1644 Parliament Victorious
  4. 1684 Bostonians Criticized
  5. 1709 The Battle of Malphaquet
  6. 1759 Wolfe Goes Against Quebec
  7. 1760 Washington in Williamsburg; Rogers Rangers
  8. 1766 Stamp Act Congress Stamp Act Repealed
  9. 1775 Washington Commander-In-Chief Royal Governor Leaves Williamsburg
  10. 1775 American and British Versions: Lexington & Concord Peace Petition
  11. 1775 Bunker Hill: American & British Versions
  12. 1776 Hessians; Arnold and Howe
  13. 1781 John Paul Jones
  14. 1782 Yorktown
  15. 1783 Peace
  16. 1787 Shays Rebellion
  17. 1787 Ordinance of 1787
  18. 1787 First Printing: The Constitution, part I
  19. 1787 First Printing: The Constitution, part II
  20. 1788 Virginia Ratifies the Constitution
  21. 1793 Louis XVI Executed
  22. 1704 Marie Antoinette Guillotined
  23. 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion
  24. 1799 Alien and Sedition Acts
  25. 1801 Jefferson Elected; his Inaugural
  26. 1803 Louisiana Purchase
  27. 1804 Lewis, Clark and Sacajawea
  28. 1812 Napoleon Captures Moscow (The Columbian Centinel)
  29. 1814 The Star-Spangled Banner (The Palladium)
  30. 1815 Peace; The Battle of New Orleans (N. Y. Herald)
  31. 1815 Waterloo
  32. 1820 The Missouri Compromise
  33. 1823 The Monroe Doctrine
  34. 1826 Our 50th Anniversary
  35. 1829 Jackson Elected
  36. 1839 The Aroostook War
  37. 1843 Abolitionists
  38. 1846 Victory in Mexico
  39. Lincoln Runs for Congress
  40. 1850 The Compromise of 1850
  41. 1854 Nebraska Bill
  42. 1857 Dred Scott
  43. 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debates “The Irrepressible Conflict”
  44. 1859 John Brown
  45. 1860 Lincoln Elected
  46. 1861 Fort Sumter
  47. 1862 Antietam
  48. 1863 Emancipation
  49. 1863 Vicksburg
  50. 1863 Gettysburg
  51. 1863 First Printing: Gettysburg Address
  52. 1865 “With malice toward none...”
  53. 1865 Lee Surrenders
  54. 1865 Lincoln Assassinated
  55. 1864-74 The Man Who Invented Santa Claus
  56. Drawing of President John F. Kennedy on Matt Board, 19" x 22"
  • KURTZ, MICHAEL, COLLECTION

BOX 2

  • 16MM FILM
  • The Assassination of President Kennedy, 501, Part 1 & Part 2

BOX 3

Folder

  1. a) Xerox copy of a one-page document entitled, “The Joint Casket Bearer Team.” Schedule of the moving of JFK’s body after the assassination.

b) Xerox copy of a five-page memo/letter dated Dec., 10, 1963. Subject: After action report, joint casket team-state funeral, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

c) Xerox copy of 3 photos of the moving of JFK’s casket.

  1. Xerox copies of photos and sketches (from a book, 28 pages, regarding JFK’s autopsy. Pages are numbered at bottom right, ARRB, MI 1-28.
  1. Xerox copies of brain and skull images from a book

a) Meninges and ventricles of the brain, numbered at bottom right.

b) Skull from behind.

c) Skull from the side.

d) Skull from behind.

e) Skull, front view.

f) Skull from the side.

g) Skull from behind.

h) Xerox copies of 4 pages of skull images and drawings, with notations added.

i) Xerox copy of memorandum re: statement of Photographer James Fox, dated Feb. 16, 1967.

j) Xerox copy of floor plan (layout) of the morgue at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland on Nov. 22, 1963, regarding the autopsy of JFK.

  1. a) Xerox copy of newspaper article from the Washington Post, Sat., Feb., 27, 1965, entitled, “Dallas Mortician for JFK Paid $3495.”

b) Xerox coy of 4 pages entitled, Funeral Arrangements for John Fitzgerald Kennedy Friday, November 22, 1963.

c) Xerox copy of receipt from the Texas Coffin Company and Oneal Funeral Home for JFK’s casket.

d) Xerox copy of 6 page document regarding the funeral of JFK. Title is “The Honorable John F. Kennedy.

e) Xerox copy of 6 page document from the FBI, entitled, Autopsy of Body of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

f) Xerox copy of death certificate of JFK.

g) Xerox copy of death certificate of JFK, including findings by the Justice-numbered MD 43.

h) Xerox copy of casket order of JFK.

  1. a) Xerox copy of Autopsy Manuel for the Departments of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force, July 1960.

b) Xerox copy of Outside Contact Report to Elsie B. Closson, secretary, regarding the typing of the autopsy of JFK.

c) Xerox copy of certified statement made by James J. Humes of U.S. Naval Medical School in Bethesda, MD, regarding preliminary draft notes of autopsy report of JFK (A63-272) , dated 24 November 1963.

d) Xerox copy of certified statement made by James J. Humes of U.S. Naval Medical School in Bethesda, MD, regarding the custody of autopsy report of JFK (A63-272), dated 24 November 1963.

e) Xerox copy of 6 page document-Clinical Record, Autopsy Protocol and Pathological Examination Report regarding the death and autopsy of JFK.

f) Xerox copy of 2 page document entitled, Supplementary Report of Autopsy Number A63-272 President John F. Kennedy.

g) Xerox copy of hand written notes made by doctors Malcom Perry and J.J. Humes regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated 11-23-63.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 15 page document entitled, Master Set of Medical Exhibits, Public Distribution Copy of List of Exhibits, Assassination Records Review Board, regarding the autopsy of JFK.

b) Xerox copy of 2 page document entitled, Assassination Records Review Board, Master Medical Illustrations List, regarding the autopsy of JFK.

c) Xerox copy of list of Autopsy Photographs of JFK autopsy.

d) Xerox copy of list of Autopsy X-Rays of JFK autopsy.

e) Xerox copy of death certificate of JFK and statement by George Burkley, Physician to the President, dated Nov. 23, 1963.

  1. a) Xerox copy of hand written note by George C. Burkley, Physician to the President acknowledging receipt of the autopsy report of JFK, dated Nov. 24, 1963.

b) Xerox copy of one page of a conversation/interview between Mr. Rankin, The Chairman, and Rep. Boggs, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated 1-27-1964.

c) Xerox copy of teletype from FBI, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Dec. 13, 1963.

d) Xerox copy of two page memorandum to Mr. J. Lee Rankin from Arlen Specter regarding the interview of FBI agents present at the JFK autopsy, dated March 12, 1964.

e) Xerox copy of 9 pages of material relating to the autopsy of JFK-2 pages of letter from FBI regarding the special delivery of autopsy information, and 7 pages regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated 11-26-63.

f) Xerox copy of 2 page teletype from FBI, regarding autopsy of JFK, dated Nov. 23, 1963.

g) Xerox copy of United State Government memorandum to Mr. Belmont from A. Rosen, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated 11-26-63.

h) Xerox copy of 2 page CBS memorandum from Bob Richter to Les Midgley, regarding Dr. Humes and the autopsy of JFK, dated Jan. 10, 1967.

i) Xerox copy of 5 pages regarding the autopsy of JFK, signed by Drs. James J. Humes, J. Thornton Boswell, and Pierre A. Finck, dated Jan.-Feb., 1967.

j) Xerox copy of 2 pages of article in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) entitled, Closing the Case in JAMA on the John F. Kennedy Autopsy, dated Oct. 7, 1992.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 25 pages of material regarding the autopsy of JFK. Includes 2 page summary dated Jan. 25, 1965, signed by Pierre A Finck; one page letter signed by Pierre A. Finck, dated Feb. 1, 1965; 22 pages of autopsy info.by Pierre Finck and the Warren Commission.

b) Xerox copy of 3 title pages of trial proceedings of State of Louisiana vs. Clay L. Shaw, Feb. 25 and 26, 1969—numbered MD 29, Vol, I, Vol. II and Vol. III.

  1. a) Xerox copy of memo/letter from Commander John H. Ebersole, U.S. Naval Hosp. at Bethesda, Maryland to Roy H. Kellerman of Secret Service, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

b) Same as above, with hand notations and this one is signed by Ebersole.

c) Xerox copy of textbook drawing entitled, “Skull from Behind” with hand drawing of hole in back of Kennedy’s head.

d) Xerox copy of autopsy descriptive sheet with hand written notes.

e) Xerox copy of autopsy descriptive sheet with hand written notes.

f) Xerox copy of 6 pages of JFK autopsy material to be donated to the National Archives.

g) Xerox copy of 11 pages of the Report by Naval Medical Staff on Nov. 1, 1966 at National Archives of X-rays and Photographs of Autopsy of President John F. Kennedy.

  1. Xerox copy of 16 pages of 1968 Panel Review of Photographs, X-ray films, Documents and Other Evidence Pertaining to the Fatal Wounding of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas.
  1. a) Xerox copy of 3 pages–a title page of Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy; typed statement of Registered Nurse, Patricia Hutton regarding her activities on Nov. 22, 1963 during Kennedy’s arrival at hospital after being shot; Call Report between Doug Horne and Patricia Gustafson.

b) Xerox copy of 15 hand written pages of the Clinical Summary of the assassination of JFK and his autopsy–author not listed.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 5 pages letter and Statement by James J. Rowley as to the custody of the x-rays and films taken during the autopsy of JFK.

b) Xerox copy of two-page letter from Thomas J. Kelley of the Secret Service to Dr. James B. Rhoads, Archivist at the National Archives regarding autopsy material of JFK.

c) Xerox copy of 4 pages– letter to Robert H. Bahmer, archivist at the National Archives from James J. Rowley of the Secret Service regarding JFK autopsy material.

d) Xerox copy of 3 page letter to Mr Burrill A. Peterson, Assistant to the director of the Secret Service concerning autopsy material of JFK.

e) Xerox copy of 3 pages entitled, Outside Contact Report to Admiral David Osborne regarding the autopsy of JFK.

f) Xerox copy of 2 pages entitled, In re Proceedings of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, Affidavit of Marion M. Johnson, archivist at the National Archives regarding the autopsy material of JFK.

g) Xerox copy of 4 pages–1 page letter to Mr. T. Jeremy Gunn, General Counsel and Associate Director for Research and Analysis from Cindy C. Smolovik, City Archivist/Manager, Dallas Municipal Archives and Records Center re: a bone fragment of JFK and 2 page letter from Mr. Gunn to Cindy Smolovik.

h) Xerox copy of 7 pages–1 page statement of G.G. Burkley re: a bone fragment found at the scene of JFK assassination; 1 title page of Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of JFK, vol. VII; 5 pages of testimony of Seymour Weitzman.

i) Xerox copy of 2 pages–1 page statement of G.G. Burkley re: a bone fragment found at the scene of JFK assassination; 1 page entitled, JFK Assassination Collection Identification Form.

j) Xerox copy of letter to the White House Physician, George Burkley from C.B. Galloway, Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center.

k) Xerox copy of one page letter to Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center to Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Medical School re: autopsy report of JFK, number A63-272; 1 page acknowledgment, dated Nov. 24, 1963, re: autopsy report of JFK, number A63-272.

  1. a. 2 Xerox copies of letter from J.H. Stover, Commanding officer, U.S. Naval Medical School to James Humes, reminding Humes that he is under strict orders not to discuss events connected to his official duties on the evening of Nov. 22-23 of 1963. Letter is dated Nov. 26, 1963.

b) Xerox copy of letter from J.H. Stover, Commanding officer, U.S. Naval Medical School to J. Thornton Boswell, reminding him that he is under strict orders not to discuss events connected to his official duties on the evening of Nov. 22-23 of 1963. Letter is dated Nov. 26, 1963.

c) Xerox copy of letter from Capt.J. H. Stover, Commanding officer of the U.S. Medical School to Roy Hl Kellerman, Assistant Special Agent in charge, U.S. Secret Service, regarding photographic items placed in Kellerman’s custody, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

d) Xerox copy of letter from John T. Stringer, Jr. to Donald Purdy, Staff Counsel, Select Committee on Assassinations regarding copies of letters send and the exposure of black and white film post mortem, dated Sept. 11, 1977.

e) Xerox copy of letter from Robert I. Bouck, Special Agent, U. S. Secret Service, to Capt J.H. Stove, Commanding officer of U. S. Naval Medical School regarding discrepancies concerning the autopsy film, dated Dec. 5, 1963.

f) Xerox copy, with hand written corrections, of letter from Capt.J. H. Stover, Commanding officer of the U.S. Medical School to Roy Hl Kellerman, Assistant Special Agent in charge, U.S. Secret Service, regarding photographic items placed in Kellerman’s custody, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

g) Xerox copy of letter from Francis O’Neill, Jr., Agent FBI to James W. Sibert, Agent FBI regarding the acknowledgment of a missile (bullet) removed by James Humes, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

h) Xerox copy of 3 page memorandum # CO-2-34030, written by Thomas J. Kelley Asst. Director (PI) regarding discussions at a meeting of the following persons: Asst. Dir. Kelley, Asst. Dir. Peterson, Legal Counsel Robert Goff, Special Agent John Parker, Harry Van Cleve, and several others, regarding the autopsy slides of JFK, dated Feb. 13, 1969.

i) Xerox copy of 2 hand written notes, one dated 2-7-65 and the other on Deputy Attny. Gen. Letterhead signed by Howard McDonald. Also included is a Xerox copy of a letter from Congressman Earle Cabell to Attorney Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach regarding the casket that transported JFK to Washington, dated Sept., 13, 1965.

j) Xerox copy of two page Affidavit of Leonard D. Saslaw, concerning an overheard conversation between Dr. Pierre Finck and two other officers regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated and notarized May 15, 1966.

k) Xerox copy of letter from Steven D. Tilley, JFK Liaison th the National Archives to Doug Horne, Assassination Records Review Board concerning a request for a copy of the list of Kennedy autopsy x-rays and photos, dated March 15, 1996.

l) Xerox copy of a two page reply to David G. Paynter fro the National Archives regarding the annual inspection of the Kennedy autopsy material.

m) Xerox copy of 8 pages of the Original Warren Commission Autopsy Materials, Appendix B of the Kennedy Family Agreement, dated Jan. 19, 1996.

n) Xerox copy of cover sheet of the Report of The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and xerox copy of 2 page letter to C.J Price, Administrator of Parkland Memorial Hospital from M.T. Jenkins, Professor and Chairman, Dept. Of Anesthesiology regarding the resuscitative efforts for President JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1963. This letter is part of Commission Exhibit No. 392.

  1. a) One page xerox copy of two telephone messages for Joe from David Powers, dated 4-16-64 and xerox copy of hand written list of names regarding the National Archives, dated 5-14-64.

b) Xerox copy of typed note regarding the transfer of the casket used to transport JFK, dated March 19, 1964, signed by John P. Gawler.

c) Xerox copy of 7 page letter to Lawson B. Knott, Jr., Administrator of General Services Wash, D.C. from Burke Marshall, on behalf of the Executors of the Estate of JFK, regarding the depositing of clothing and personal effects of the late JFK to the National Archives.

d) Xerox copy of two page letter to the Director of Information, Archivist of the United States, regarding actions taken regarding the make the Report of The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy available for research at the National Archives.

e) Xerox copy of two page Intraservice Memorandum and Endorsement from the National Archives regarding the transfer of the Kennedy Autopsy Material.

f) Four xerox pages that include a one page letter to Robert Blakey, Chief Counsel and Director, Select Committee on Assassinations from Trudy H. Peterson, Asst. to the Deputy Archivist of the U.S. regarding questions submitted to the National Archives concerning the Kennedy Autopsy material and a three page document with the questions and answers, dated Sept. 6, 1977.

g) Xerox copy of two pages entitled “Inspection of Materials Relating to the Autopsy of President John F. Kennedy, The National Archives,” Appendix A.

h) Xerox copy of two page document signed by George Burkley entitled, “Transferred to Mrs. Lincoln, National Archives, April 26, 1965.

BOX 4

Folder

1. a) Xerox copy of 10 page memorandum that includes a sketch of the wounds of JFK. This memorandum is to Ken Klein from Jim Kelley and Andy Purdy regarding the interview with Roy Kellerman on 8-24-77 and 8-25-77.

b) Xerox copy of 51 pages entitled “Testimony of Roy H. Kellerman, William Robert Greer, Clinton J. Hill, and Rufus Wayne Youngblood,” dated Monday, March 9, 1964.

2. Xerox copy of 41 page interview of Mr. Knudsen by Mr. Purdy. Caption at bottom of pages reads, “Alderson Reporting Co., Inc. The first twelve pages are not included.

3. Xerox copy of 9 pages regarding an interview with Mrs. Evelyn Lincoln by Andy Purdy on July 5, 1978.. Caption at top reads, Kennedy: Select Committee on Assassinations.”

4. a) Xerox copy of 11 pages regarding the interview of Richard A. Lipsey by the Select Committee on Assassinations on 1-18-78. Included is a cover sheet entitled, “Investigation Interview Schedule and a final page of a sketch of the wounds of JFK, signed by Richard Lipsey and witnessed by Donald Purdy.

b) Xerox copy of four pages that include 1 photo of JFK from the front, 1 photo of JFK from the side, Skull, from the side and skull from behind. All copies are dated 6-21-96.

c) Xerox copy of 1 page of an interview with Floyd Reibe by David Lifton, dated July 1989.

d) Xerox copy of 2 page document entitled, “Award Recommendation for Super Accomplishment” to the Awards Committee at the National Naval Medical Center for John T. Stringer.

e) Xerox copy of a Commendation letter to Mr. John T. Stringer from F.P. Kreuz, Commanding Officer at the National Naval Medical Center, dated Feb. 15, 1962.

f) Xerox copy of 5 pages entitled, “Application for Federal Employment” for John Stringer for Director of Medical Photography at the U.S. Naval Medical School, dated 6-23-49.

5. Xerox copy of 252 pages (6 pages per sheet) of the Videotaped Oral Deposition of Robert S. Livingston, M.D.

6. Xerox copy of 12 pages that includes a 10-page memorandum to Ken Klein to Jim Kelly and Andy Purdy, dated Aug. 1977, a one page sketch of the Kennedy wounds, and one page of describing part of the Kennedy autopsy.

7. a) Xerox copy of one page memorandum to Mr. Rosen from R.I. Shroder, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated June 2, 1966.

b) Xerox copy of 3-page memorandum to SAC, Baltimore from Francis X. O’N, eill, Jr. and James W. Sibert, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated June 29, 1966.

c) Xerox copy of a one page memorandum to SAC, Baltimore from James W. Sibert and Francis X. O’Neill, Jr., dated Nov. 28, 1963, regarding the assassination of JFK.

d) Xerox copy of 5-page memorandum ro Mr. Belmont from A. Rosen, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated March 12, 1964.

e) Xerox copy of deposition of Francis X. O’Neill, Jr., transcript of proceedings before the Assassination Records Review Board, regarding the assassination of JFK. This includes two title pages, 144 pages of deposition (6 pages per sheet), blank lawyer’s notes page, and 10 pages, back and front of index, dated Sept. 12, 1997.

8. a) Xerox copy of one page Investigation Interview Schedule and 22 page transcript of interview with Dr. Malcom Perry, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Jan. 11, 1978.

b) Xerox copy of two different testimonies of Dr. Malcom Perry regarding the assassination of JFK. First one is 12 pages, dated March 25, 1964. The second one is 25 pages and has a faded hand-written date of 3-25-1964.

9. a) Xerox copy of 4 page subpoena to Edward F. Reed, Jr. to appear before the Assassination Records Review Board, dated Sept. 8, 1997.

b) Xerox copy of 2 page registered letter to Mr. Edward F. Reed, Jr., from the Assassination Records Review Board that was included with the subpoena mentioned above, dated Sept. 29, 1997.

c) Xerox copy of 2 page interview of Edward Francis Reed, Jr. by the Select Committee on Assassinations, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated April 21, 1978.

d) Xerox copy of 4 pages that includes registered letter to Mr. Edward F. Reed, Jr. from the Dept. of the Navy, dated March 13, 1978, the outside envelope, 2 pages of U.S. postal sender instructions.

e) Xerox copy of orders to Edward F. Reed, Jr. from the Commanding Officer at the U.S. Naval Hospital, dated Nov. 26, 1963.

f) Xerox copy of deposition of Edward F. Reed, transcript of proceedings before the Assassination Records Review Board, regarding the assassination of JFK. This includes two title pages, 134 pages of deposition (6 pages per sheet), and 5 pages, back and front of index, dated Sept. 12, 1997.

10. a) Xerox copy of title page of deposition of Floyd Albert Riebe, transcript of proceedings before the Assassination Records Review Board, dated May 7, 1997.

b) Xerox copy of page 1 of an interview with Riebe.

c) Xerox copy of 3 summary of telephone interview with Floyd Albert Riebe by Mark Flanagan, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated April 10, 1978.

d) Xerox copy of 5 pages that includes registered letter to Mr. Floyd A. Reibe from the Dept. of the Navy, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated March 13, 1978, 2 copies of the outside envelope, 2 pages of U.S. postal sender instructions.

e) Xerox copy of letter to of Floyd Albert Riebe from the Select Committee on Assassinations, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated March 10, 1978.

f) Xerox copy of orders to Floyd Albert Riebe, from the Commanding Officer at the U.S. Naval Hospital, dated Nov. 26, 1963.

g) Xerox copy of 8 pages of documents that include: a 2 page travel voucher memorandum of Floyd A. Riebe, dated for May of 1997; a 2 page letter to Reibe from the Assassination Records Review Board, dated April 3, 1997; a one page travel itinerary of Reibe for May 6-7, 1997; a 1 page letter to Reibe from the Assassination Records Review Board, dated April 23, 1997; a 1 page travel authorization for Reibe; and travel record of Assassination Records Review Board, dated May 6-7, 1997.

h) Xerox copy of deposition of Floyd Albert Riebe, transcript of proceedings before the Assassination Records Review Board that includes title page, 81 pages of transcript (6 per sheet) and 3 pages (back and front) of index, dated May 7, 1997.

11. Xerox copy of seven pages regarding a telephone interview with Harold F. Reis by the Select Committee on Assassinations on May 8, 1978 about autopsy of JFK.

12. Xerox copy of 14 pages regarding an interview of Thomas Evan Robinson by Andy Purdy and Jim Conzelman on Jan. 12, 1977, about the autopsy of JFK.

13. a) Xerox copy of 7 pages regarding an affidavit of James W. Seibert to Donald A. Purdy, Select Committee on Assassinations on Oct. 24, 1978, about the autopsy of JFK.

b) Xerox copy of 9 pages regarding an affidavit of Frank X. O’Neill to Donald A. Purdy, Select Committee on Assassinations on Nov. 8, 1978, about the autopsy of JFK.

14. a) Xerox copy of 8 page memorandum, from Jim Kelly and Andy Purdy to Ken Klein regarding and interview with James W. Sibert on Aug. 25, 1977 about the autopsy of JFK, including 2 pages of drawings of the wounds.

b) Xerox copy of 6 pages of hand written notes entitled, “autobiographical sketch,” regarding the autopsy of JFK.

c) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include a 1 page letter to James W. Sibert from graduate student, Gerard Selby, regarding an interview to gather information on the autopsy of JFK, dated Sept. 6, 1986, a copy of the envelope that it was mailed in, and a reply letter from Sibert to Selby, dated Sept. 19, 1986.

d) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include a one page letter to James W. Sibert from Milt Ahlerich, of the FBI regarding a researcher studying the assassination of JFK, dated Dec. 16, 1988; a two page reply letter, dated Dec. 27, 1988, and two pages of certified letter receips.

e) Xerox copy of 2 page memorandum from James W. Sibert to SAC, Baltimore, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Oct. 13, 1966.

f) Xerox copy of 7 pages that include a 1 page letter to James Sibert from Andy Purdy regarding an affidavit of Sibert. Letter is dated Oct. 18, 1978.

g) Xerox copy of the deposition of James W. Sibert on Sept. 11, 1997 to the Assassination Records Review Board. Includes two cover sheets, 166 pages of transcript (6 pages per sheet) and 12 pages of index, front and back.

15. a) Xerox copy of Report of Enlisted Performance Evaluation of Saundra Kay Spencer from Nov. 17, 1962 to May 16, 1963.

b) Xerox copy of the deposition of Saundra Kay Spencer on June 5, 1997 to the Assassination Records Review Board. Includes two cover sheets, 63 pages of transcript (6 pages per sheet) and 6 pages of index, front and back.

16. a) Xerox copy of 2 page letter to John T. Stringer, Jr. from David G. Marwell of the Assassinations Review Board, dated June 26, 1996.

b) Xerox copy of 2 page letter to John T. Stringer, Jr. from David G. Marwell of the Assassinations Review Board, dated May 17, 1996, regarding his role as photographer at the autopsy of JFK.

c) Xerox copy of 1 page document entitled, “ Notification of Personnel Action,” of the Dept. of the Navy, regarding the reassignment of duty for John T. Stringer.

d) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include 1 page registered letter to John Stringer from W.P. Arentzen of the Dept. of the Navy regarding an inquiry into the death of JFK, dated March 13, 1978, plus 2 pages of registered mail receipts.

e) Xerox copy of 7 pages of transcript of excerpts of telephone interview of John W. Stringer, conducted by Davis S. Lifton on Aug. 25, 1972, regarding photographs of the JFK autopsy.

f) Xerox copy of 4 pages of an article that appeared in the Lifestyle section of the Press Journal, dated Sun., Nov. 14, 1993, entitled, “Body of Evidence: Local Photographer Recalls JFK Autopsy

g) Xerox copy of the deposition of John T. Stringer on July 16, 1996 to the Assassination Records Review Board. Includes two cover sheets, 228 pages of transcript (6 pages per sheet) and 13 pages of index, front and back.

17. a) Xerox copy of two page letter from Lois Dillard, Dallas County Records Manager to Douglas P. Horne, Assassinations Records Review Board regarding Seymour Weitzman, dated Dec. 13, 1996.

b) Xerox copy of two page court order for Kennedy autopsy material to be transferred to the Dallas County Historical Foundation, dated Jun. 24, 1994.

c) Xerox copy of four pages regarding a Kennedy assassination bone fragment, dated Nov. 1996.

d) Xerox copy of six pages regarding the testimony of Seymour Weitzman before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of JFK on April 1, 1964.

BOX 5

Folder

  1. a) Xerox copy of 4 pages: regarding a subpoena for Dr. J. Thornton Boswell by the Assassination Records Review Board to give testimony and produce documents or artifacts concerning the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. and Dec. 1995.

b) Xerox copy of two pages: letter to Dr. Boswell from Assassination Records Review Board regarding his deposition and map to the National Archives, dated Jan. 2, 1996.

c) Xerox copy of 2 page letter from Assassination Records Review Board to Dr. Finck, requesting autopsy records of JFK, dated Dec. 19, 1995.

d) Xerox copy of 2 page memorandum from Colleen Boland to Jacqueline Hess, regarding the interview with Dr. J. Thornton Boswell, dated Aug. 16, 1977.

e) Xerox copy of 2 page testimony of Dr. J. Thornton Boswell, regarding the autopsy of JFK.

f) Xerox copy of 13 page memorandum from Andy Purdy to Jim Kelly and Kenneth Klein, regarding notes of the interview with Dr. Boswell on Aug. 16, 1977. Document is dated Aug. 17, 1977.

g) Xerox copy of 8 page testimony of Pierre A. Finck, regarding autopsy of JFK.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 5 pages: 3 page Outside Contact Report-Telephone interview with Robert Bouck by Andy Purdy, regarding JFK autopsy, dated Aug. 18, 1978; JFK Assass. System Ident. Form, and contact report routing slip, dated Aug. 23, 1978.

b) Xerox copy of 4 page memorandum to Ken Klein from Jim Kelly and Andy Purdy, regarding interview with Robert Bouck, dated Sept. 6, 1977 and 1 page JFK Assass. System Ident. Form.

c) Xerox copy of 1 page memorandum to Chief from Robert Bouck, U.S. Secret Service, regarding the transfer of JFK assassination material, dated Apr. 26, 1965 and 1 page JFK Assass. Collection Ident. Form.

  1. a) Xerox copy of receipt of JFK autopsy items by the Secret Service, dated Nov. 26, 1963.

b) Xerox copy of 20 page oral history interview for the JFK Library with George G. Burkley, by William McHugh, regarding JFK, dated Oct. 17, 1967.

c) Xerox copy of 1 page entitled, “President Johnson’s notes on conversation with acting attorney General Ramsey Clark,” Jan 26, 1967.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 1 page of “Interview with Jerrol Custer,” dated 1989.

b) Xerox copy of 1 page of “Filmed interview with Jerrol Custer,” dated Oct., 1980.

c) Xerox copy of 1 page paper entitled, “Interviews between Thomas Wilson and Jerrol Custer,” regarding autopsy of JFK. Lists three interviews dated Aug. 27, 1995, Sept. 21, 1995, and Nov. 4, 1995.

d) Xerox copy of 1 page of Lifton-Reed Interview, 1979.

e) Xerox copy of 1 page of Lifton-Custer Interview, 1979.

f) Xerox copy of 7 pages that includes copy of military orders for Jerrol Custer, dated May 16, 1963; 2 pages listing x-ray films; 1 page of “Enlisted Performance Record;” 1 page of “Leave Record;” 1 page of “Leave Account;” and 1 page letter from Select Committee on Assassinations to National Personnel Records Center regarding Jerrol Custer, dated Jan. 13, 1977.

g) Xerox copy of 6 pages: 2 page letter to Jerrol Custer from Assassination Records Review Board regarding and enclosed subpoena to appear before the board, dated Sept. 19, 1997; 1 page subpoena mentioned above; 2 pages entitled, “Attachment A,” with preliminary statement and instructions; and 1 page “Certificate of Compliance.”

h) Xerox copy of 4 pages that include the following: 1 page registered letter to Jerrol Custer from the Dept. of the Navy regarding discussing the autopsy of JFK, dated March 13, 1978: the other 3 pages include: a copy of the envelope from the letter, and receipts for registered mail.

i) Xerox copy of orders to Jerrol Custer from the commanding officer at the U.S. Navy hospital reiterating verbal orders not to discuss his official duties on the evening of Nov. 22-23, 1963. This document is dated Nov. 26, 1963.

j) Xerox copy of the deposition of Jerrol Custer before the Assassination Records Review Board on Oct. 28, 1997. This includes 2 cover sheets, 203 pages of interview, 6 pages per sheet, front and back, 7 index pages, front and back, and 1 blank lawyer’s notes page.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include a cover sheet and a “privileged communication” statement of Pierre Finck regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Feb. 10, 1967.

b) Xerox copy of 12 pages of an interview of Pierre Finck before the Select Committee on Assassinations on March 12, 1978.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 4 pages that include: 2 page letter from the Assassination Records Review Board to Pierre Finck regarding his transportation, hotel and upcoming deposition in Washington, dated April 19, 1996; 1 page travel authorization and map to get to the archives.

b) Xerox copy of 2 page letter to Pierre Finck from the Assassination Records Review Board regarding setting up an interview/deposition pertaining to the autopsy of JFK, dated March 4, 1996.

c) Xerox copy of 1 page cover letter of the transcript of the deposition of Pierre Finck before the Assassination Records Review Board on May 24, 1996.

d) Xerox copy of 1 page “Letter of Appreciation” to Pierre Finck for his service regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Jan. 11, 1965.

e) Xerox copy of 1 page statement regarding Pierre Finck and press relations, dated Nov. 20, 1967.

f) Xerox copy of 3 pages including 1 hand written note page, a memo slip regarding Mr. Finck from Michael Morrison to Col Leeper, dated Nov. 21, 1967, and page 55 from Time Magazine, dated Nov. 24, 1967, regarding the assassination of JFK.

g) Xerox copy of 8 pages that include: 1 cover sheet of a Trip Report by Finck, a memo routing slip dated March 13, 1969, and a 6 page Disposition Form regarding the Shaw Trial in New Orleans, La., dated March 11, 1969. Shaw was accused of having conspired to assassinate JFK.

  1. Xerox copy of 248 page deposition of Robert J. Groden to the Assassination Records Review Board, dated July 2, 1996; also included is 2 cover pages and 1 page of “certificate of deponent.”

a) Xerox copy of 2 page letter of “Notes and corrections for my deposition for the ARRB,” from Robert Groden to the Assassination Records Review Board, dated Feb. 22, 1998.

b) Xerox copy of 167 page (6 sheets per page, front and back) Deposition of Robert Groden to the Assassination Records Review Board, dated July 2, 1996. Also include are 1 blank page of lawyer’s notes, and 7 index pages, front and back.

c) Xerox copy of pages 169- 277 of the Deposition of Robert Groden to the Assassination Records Review Board on Aug. 20, 1996.

  1. Xerox copy of 13 page testimony of Clinton Hill, Special Agent, Secret Service regarding the assassination of JFK.
  1. Xerox copy of “Documents Turned Over to the ARRB by Dr. James J. Humes during his Feb. 13, 1996 Deposition at College Park, Maryland. This includes 1 page of handwritten notes describing the material, 11 pages of “Report of Inspection by Naval Medical Staff on Nov. 1, 1966 at National Archives of X-rays and Photographs of Autopsy of JFK; 2 identical pages of hand written notes entitled, EX 48; 5 type-written pages describing the JFK autopsy; 4 page letter to Dr. Humes from the district attorney’s office in Philadelphia, regarding the Kennedy autopsy, dated Dec. 11, 1967; 1 page letter to Dr. Humes from the U.S. Dept of Justice regarding permission to be interviewed by CBS about the autopsy of JFK; 1 page letter to Dr. Humes from the Select Committee on Assassinations to thank him for his recent testimony, dated Oct. 12, 1978; 2 page letter to Dr. Humes from the attending Physician at the U.S. Capital, R.J. Pearson regarding Kennedy autopsy, dated July 26, 1967; 2 pages entitled, “Reprints from JAMA” regarding the death of JFK, dated May 27, 1992; 1 page letter to the White House Physician from the Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center, C.B. Galloway, regarding the JFK autopsy protocol ; 1 page hand written note by George Burkley acknowledging receipt of copies of the JFK autopsy report, dated Nov. 24, 1963; 1 page letter from WJXT/TV 4 to Dr. Humes copies of his interview, dated Nov. 30, 1988; 1 page letter to James Humes from R.J. Pearson, the Attending Physician at the White House regarding an upcoming meeting, dated Oct. 18, 1967; 2 page Curriculum Vitae of James Humes; copy of newspaper article regarding the death of George Burkley, physician for JFK and LBJ; and copy of news article about the death Dr. John Ebersole, who assisted in the autopsy of JFK.
  1. a) Xerox copy of cover sheet for the corrected transcript of the deposition of Dr. James Humes to the Assassination Records Review Board, dated Feb. 13, 1998.

b) Xerox copy of cover sheet for the corrected transcript of the deposition of Dr. J. Thornton Boswell to the Assassination Records Review Board, dated Feb. 26, 1996.

c) Xerox copy of 23 page interview of Dr.s Coe, Davis, Baden, Humes, Boswell, Petty, Rose, Levine, Loquvam and Angel at the National Archives, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Sept. 16, 1977.

d) Xerox copy of 10 page interview of Dr. Humes regarding the autopsy of JFK.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include a 2 page letter to Dr. Humes from the Assassination Records Review Board, regarding his upcoming deposition. Letter is dated Jan. 2, 1996; and 1 page map to National archives.

b) Xerox copy of 6 pages that include a contact profile of Patricia Gustafson; 1 page letter to Dr. Humes from the Assassination Records Review Board dated Dec. 7, 1995, 3 page subpoena, a copy of registered mail receipt.

c) Xerox copy of 34 pages that include: 1 page letter to page letter to the Assassination Records Review Board from James Humes regarding corrections in his deposition on Feb. 13, 1996. Letter is dated March 11, 1996; 2 page letter to Dr. Humes from the Assassination Records Review Board, regarding a transcript of his Feb. 13th deposition, dated March 7, 1996; 30 page deposition of the testimony of James Humes, J. Thornton Boswell and Pierre Finck, dated March 16, 1964; and 1 page certificate of Notary Public.

  1. Xerox copy of 15 page memorandum from Jim Kelly and Andy Purdy to Ken Kline, dated Aug. 29, 1977, regarding the interview with James Jenkins on Aug. 24, 1977 about the JFK autopsy and 1 page sketch of the Kennedy wounds, dated Aug. 24, 1977.
  1. a) Xerox copy of 7 page memorandum from Jim Kelly and Andy Purdy to Ken Klein, dated Aug. 29, 1977, regarding the interview with Robert Karnei, about the autopsy of JFK on Aug. 23rd;

b) Xerox copy of 6 pages that include a 1 page Investigation Interview Schedule for Chester Boyers and a 5 page interview of Boyers to the Select Committee on Assassinations, dated April 25, 1978, regarding the JFK autopsy.

BOX 6

Folder

  1. Xerox copy of 10 pages entitled, “Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report.”
  1. a) Xerox copy of 10 pages that include cover sheet entitled, “JFK Assassination System Identification form” and 9 page report of George Burkley entitled, “Report of my participation in the activities surrounding the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy,” dated Nov. 7, 1963.

b) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include “JFK Assassination System Identification form”and 4 page memorandum from Carl W. Belcher of the Dept. of Justice, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1966.

  1. Xerox copy of 13 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Stenographic Transcript of Hearings before the JFK subcommittee of the select committee on Assassinations, House of Representatives” and 12 page transcript of the statement of Robert L. Knudsen, regarding the JFK autopsy material, dated Aug. 11, 1978.
  1. a) Xerox copy of 12 pages that include cover sheet entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy,” 7 page testimony of Dr. Marion Thomas Jenkins, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated March 25, 1964; 1 page cover sheet entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Appendix to Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination, dated March 1979; 1 page investigation interview schedule of Marion Jenkins; and 2 page interview with Dr. Marion Jenkins regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. 10, 1977.

b) Xerox copy of 14 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. Kennedy and 13 page testimony of Dr. William Clark, dated March 21 , 1964.

c) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Report of the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. JFK” and 2 page statement of Dr. Robert McClelland, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

d) Xerox copy of 11 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy,” and 10 pages of Testimony of Dr. Robert N. McClelland, regarding the assass. of JFK, dated March 21, 1964.

e) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Report of the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. JFK” and 2 page statement of Dr. Charles Carrico, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

f) Xerox copy of 8 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. Kennedy,” and 7 pages of testimony of Dr. Charles Carrico, regarding the assass. of JFK, dated March 25, 1964.

g) Xerox copy of 11 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. Kennedy,” and 10 pages of testimony of Dr. Charles Carrico and Dr. Malcolm Perrey, regarding the assass. of JFK, dated March 30, 1964.

h) Xerox copy of 16 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Appendix to Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. Kennedy,” 1 page investigation interview schedule, and 14 pages of interview of Dr. Charles Carrico, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Jan. 11, 1978.

i) Xerox copy of 6 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. Kennedy,” and 5 pages of testimony of Dr. Paul Conrad Peters, regarding the assass. of JFK, dated March 24, 1964.

j) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Report of the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. JFK” and 2 page statement of Dr. Kemp Clark, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

k) Xerox copy of 4 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Report of the President’s Commission on the Assassination of Pres. JFK” and 3 page statement of Dr. Kemp Clark, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

  1. Xerox copy of 63 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Stenographic Transcript of Hearings before the Medical Panel of the Select Committee on Assassinations, House of Representatives,” dated March 11, 1978, 62 pages of the testimony of Pierre A. Finck, and 1 page document regarding material submitted by Pierre Finck to the Select Committee.
  1. Xerox copy of 256 pages entitled, “Final Report of the Assassination Records Review Board,” regarding the assassination of JFK, dated September 1998.
  1. a) Xerox copy of 227 pages that include: 1 page hand written letter to Mr. Gunn from J. Thornton Boswell, regarding the transcript of his deposition, dated March 19, 1996; 224 pages of the corrected transcript of the deposition of J. Thornton Boswell before the Assassinations Records Review Board, dated Feb., 26, 1996; and 2 page letter to J. Thornton Boswell from the Assassination Records Review Board regarding a copy of Boswell’s transcript, dated March 11, 1996.
  1. a) Xerox copy of 10 pages that include: 1 cover page entitled, “Report of the Presidents commission on the Assassination of Pres. John F. Kennedy Records Review Board, 1 cover page entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination  of Pres. Kennedy,” 1 page hand written “Parkland Memorial Hospital Admission Note regarding the death of JFK, signed by Dr. Charles Baxter, dated Nov. 22, 1963, and 7 pages of testimony of Dr. Charles Baxter, dated March 24, 1964.
  2. b) Xerox copy of 10 pages that include: 2 cover pages: 1 entitled, “Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Hearings Before the President’s Commission on the Assassination  of Pres. Kennedy,” and another one with the same title but “Exhibits” added; 1  page hand written “Dallas County Hospital District, Staff Progress Notes,” regarding the death of JFK, signed by Dr. Ronald Jones, dated Nov. 23, 1963, and 7 pages of testimony of Dr. Ronald Jones, dated March 24, 1964.
  1. Xerox copy of 73 pages that include a cover sheet entitled, “Stenographic Transcript of Hearings before the Medical Panel of the Select Committee on Assassinations, House of Representatives,” and 69 pages of the testimony of John H. Ebersole,.dated March 11, 1978 , 3 pages that are copies of pages 66, 67, and 68 of the testimony.

BOX 7

Folder

  1. a) Original letter to Professor Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. from Henry Mentz regarding a copy of the Saturday Evening Post, which contains information that a new study shows that three assassins killed Kennedy, dated Dec. 1998.

b) Xerox copy of 2 page memorandum to Mr. Tolson from A.H. Belmont of the U.S. government, regarding the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

c) Xerox copy of 10 pages that include a 1 page memorandum to Mr. Belmont from A. Rosen regarding the assassination of JFK and 9 pages of testimony from the secret service men who were present at the assassination of JFK, dated Nov. 29, 1963.

  1. a) Xerox page of two side view photos of JFK.

b) Xerox page of two photos from the Grapevine, Dec. 1988, regarding the Lou Peters Memorial Award Ceremony.

c) Xerox copy of photo of JFK and xerox copy of the pack of the photo.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 5 pages entitled, “Assassination Records Review Board, Staff Report to Accompany July Release of Medical and Autopsy Records, July 31, 1998.”

b) Xerox copy of 4 pages that include: 3 page letter from the Dept. of the Navy to David G. Marwell of the Asass. Records Review board and 1 page that lists enclosures, regarding the final declaration of compliance with JFK Act, dated Jun. 27, 1997.

c) Xerox copy of 3 page letter from the Dept. of the Navy to T. Jeremy Gunn of the Asass. Records Review board, regarding the final declaration of compliance with JFK Act, dated Dec. 23, 1997.

d) Xerox copy of 5 page letter from the Dept. of Defense to David G. Marwell of the Asass. Records Review board, regarding the final statement of compliance with JFK Act, dated Jun. 19, 1997.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 15 pages that include the following: 1 page cover of JAMA, dated May 27, 1992, 1 page from same journal entitled, “Lincoln, Kennedy, and the Autopsy,” and 13 page article from same journal entitled, “JFK’s Death—the plain truth from the Mds who did the autopsy.”

b) Xerox copy of 16 pages from JAMA, dated Oct. 7, 1992, that includes the following: 1 page cover of journal, 5 pages of letters to the editor, most of which covers the death and autopsy of JFK, 3 page article entitled, “Closing the Case in JAMA on the John F. Kennedy Autopsy,” and 7 page article entitled, “JFK’s death, part III—Dr. Finck speaks out: ‘two bullets, from the rear.’”

  1. a) Xerox copy of 12 page article from JAMA, dated May 27, 1992, entitled, “JFK’s Death—the plain truth from the Mds who did the autopsy.”

b) Xerox copy of 6 pages from Image, dated March 16, 1992, that includes 1 page magazine cover and 5 page article entitled, “Radiographer Remembers JFK.”

c) Xerox copy of 5 pages from Advance, dated Aug. 31, 1992, that includes 2 copies of cover, 3 pages of article entitled, “RT Disputes X-ray Photos in JFK Case.” (This includes two copies of the first page of article.)

  1. Xerox copy of 30 page document entitled, “Material from the Johnson Library Pertaining to the Assassination of JFK,” dated Aug. 10, 1993.
  1. a) Xerox copy of 2 page memorandum to Carl Eardly, Acting Assistant Attny. Gen. from Cliff Sessions, Director of Public Info., Dept. Of Justice, regarding the JFK autopsy, dated May 29, 1967.

b) Xerox copy of 1 page letter to John McCloy, attorney. from Leslie Midgley, Executive Producer, Special Reports, dated Jan. 11, 1967, regarding JFK autopsy.

c) Xerox copy of 17 page memorandum to File from Andy Purdy, dated Aug. 17, 1977, regarding the autopsy of JFK.

  1. Xerox copy of 10 pages that include 9 page transcription of news conference with Wayne Hawks interviewing two doctors who were present at JFK’s autopsy, Malcolm Perry and Kemp Clark, dated Nov. 22, 1963 and 1 page stamped “Received U.S. Secret Service, Nov. 26, 1963.
  1. a) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include a cover page entitled, “Report of the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President John. F. Kennedy” and 2 page hand written Admission Note from Parkland Memorial Hospital, dated Nov. 22, 1963, signed by Dr. Malcolm Perry, regarding JFK’s admission to hospital after being shot.

b) Xerox copy of 7 pages that include 1 page memorandum to Mr. Belmont from A. Rosen, dated Dec. 24, 1963, regarding the President’s Commission, Assassination of President John F. Kennedy and 6 pages of JFK autopsy information.

c) Xerox copy of 4 page memorandum to Mr. Belmont from A. Rosen regarding the President’s Commission Assassination of the President, dated Dec. 18, 1963.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of John T. Stringer and 4 page Call Report of John Stringer, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated April 8, 1996.

b) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Mr. Robert Young and 1 page Call Report of Young, dated Oct. 1, 1996.

c) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Vernon Smith and 1 page Call Report of Smith, dated Oct. 2, 1996.

d) Xerox copy of 6 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Earl McDonald, 3 page Meeting Report regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated May 14, 1996 and 2 page summary of Meeting Report between Doug Horne and Earl McDonald, dated Dec. 17, 1996.

e) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include Contact Profile of Floyd A. Riebe, 1 page Call Report to Riebe on July 17, 1996, and 1 page Call Report to Riebe on July 17, 1996, regarding the autopsy material of JFK.

f) Xerox copy of 9 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Gloria Knudsen, 2 page Call Report to Knudsen on May 7, 1996, 2 page Meeting Report with Knudsen on May 10, 1996, 1 page Call Report from Dr. Randy Robertson, dated Sept. 27, 1996, 2 page Call Report to Gloria Knudsen, dated Oct. 8, 1996, and 1 page Call Report to Jeremy Gunn on Jan. 29, 1997.

g) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Joe O’Donnell, 2 page Call Report of O’Donnell, dated Jan. 29, 1997 and 2 page Call Report of O’Donnell, dated Feb. 28, 1997.

h) Xerox copy of 6 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Vincent Madonia, 3 page Call Report of Madonia, dated June 6, 1996, and 2 page Meeting Report of Madonia, dated Nov. 17, 1996.

i) Xerox copy of 4 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Saundra Spencer, 2 page Call Report, dated Dec. 13, 1996 and 1 page Call Report dated Jan. 9, 1997.

j) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Velma Reumann and 2 page Call Report of Reumann, dated Oct. 4, 1996.

k) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Carl Belcher, 2 page Call Report of Belcher, dated Oct. 7, 1996 and 2 page Meeting Report with Belcher, dated Oct. 23, 1996.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 10 pages that include the following: Contact Profile of Roger E. Boyajian, 1 page Call Report to Boyajian, dated Sept. 9, 1997, 1 page letter from the Assassination Records Review Board to Boyajian, dated Aug. 11, 1997, 1 page letter from Boyajian to Doug Horne of the Assassination Records Review Board, dated Sept. 10, 1997, 2 pages letter to Marine Corps Institute Co. from Boyajian regarding security detail at Bethesda Naval Hosp. On Nov. 22, 1963 (This letter is dated Nov. 26, 1963) and 4 page letter dated Aug. 11, 1997 to Jeremy Gunn and Douglas Horne of the AARB, regarding the security detail and autopsy of JFK.

b) Xerox copy of 3 page Call Report to Richard L. Davis, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated March 6, 1997.

c) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of Thomas E. Robinson and 4 page Meeting Report with Robinson, dated June 21, 1996, regarding the JFK autopsy.

d) Xerox copy of 4 pages that include 1 page Contact Profile of John VanHoesen and 3 page Meeting Report of VanHoesen, dated Sept. 9, 1996, regarding the autopsy of JFK.

e) Xerox copy of 8 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Josephe E. Hagan, 5 page Meeting Report with Hagan, dated May 17, 1996, regarding the autopsy of JFK, 1 page Call Report to Hagan dated June 11, 1996, and 1 page Call Report to Hagan dated June 18, 1996.

f) Xerox copy of 11 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Dr. Charles Crenshaw, 2 page Meeting Report with Crehshaw, dated April 14, 1997, and 4 pages of different views of sketches of the human skull, two of which show the area of JFK’s head that was wounded.

g) Xerox copy of 7 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Audrey Bell, 2 page Meeting Report of Bell, dated April 14, 1997, and 4 pages of different views of sketches of the human skull, two of which show the area of JFK’s head that was wounded.

h) Xerox copy of 6 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Dr. Robert Grossman, 1 page Meeting Report of Grossman, dated April 14, 1997, and 4 pages of different views of sketches of the human skull, three of which show the area of JFK’s head that was wounded.

i) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Richard M. Burkley and 1 page Call Report with Burkley, dated Jan. 10, 1997.

j) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Isabel Starling and 1 page Call Report to Starling, dated Oct. 2, 1996.

k) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Richard L. Davis, 1 page Call Report with Davis, dated Oct. 11, 1996 and 1 page Call Report with Davis, dated Oct. 24, 1996.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Nancy B. Denlea and 2 page Call Report to Denlea, dated Jan. 13, 1997.

b) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Dr. Leonard Saslaw and 2 page Meeting Report of Saslaw, dated April 26, 1996.

c) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Dr. Janet Travell and 1 page Call Report of Travell, dated April 29, 1996.

d) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Eve Carr and 2 page Meeting Report with Carr, dated Nov. 26, 1996.

e) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of James B. Rhoads and 1 page Call Report with Rhoads, dated March 11, 1997.

f) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Robert I. Bouck and 4 page Meeting Report with Bouck, dated May 2, 1996.

g) Xerox copy of 6 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Floyd Boring, 4 page Meeting Report of Boring, dated Sept. 19, 1996, and 1 page Call Report with Boring, dated Sept. 19, 1996.

h) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Ken Vrtacnik and 2 page Call Report with Vrtacnik, dated Nov. 13, 1996.

i) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Dr. Robert F. Karnei, Jr., 1 page Call Report of Karnei, dated March 10, 1997, and 3 page Meeting Report of Karnei, dated May 21, 1996.

j) Xerox copy of 5 pages that include: 1 page Contact Profile of Dennis David and 4 page Call Report of David, dated Feb. 6, 1997.

k) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 2 page hand written Outside Contact Report of James Fox, dated Aug. 7, 1978 and 1 page entitled, “JFK Assassination System Identification Form.”

l) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 1 page Call Report of Janie B. Taylor, dated Nov. 24, 1995; 1 page Call Report of Kathy Lloyd, dated Oct. 4, 1996; and 1 page Call Report of George Burkley, dated Jan. 10, 1997.

m) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 2 page Call Report of James M. Mastrovito, dated April 1, 1997 and 1 page entitled, “Master Set of Medical Exhibits.”

  1. a) Xerox copy of 2 page Memorandum to File from James P. Kelly, dated Aug. 16, 1977, regarding and interview with Leland W. Benson concerning the autopsy of JFK.

b) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include: 2 page Memorandum to Mr. DeLoach from A. Rosen, dated Nov. 16, 1966, regarding the autopsy of JFK and 1 page letter to David S. Lifton from J. Edgar Hoover, dated Nov. 17, 1966.

c) Xerox copy of 1 page letter to graduate researcher, David S. Lifton from J. Edgar Hoover, dated Nov. 17, 1966, with hand written notes and initials.

d) Xerox copy of 2 page letter from David Lifton to J. Edgar Hoover, dated Nov. 9, 1966, regarding research of the JFK assassination.

e) Xerox copy of 2 page letter to Director, FBI, dated Nov. 5, 1966, regarding David Lifton’s inquiry into the autopsy of JFK.

f) Xerox copy of 8 pages that include: 2 page Memorandum to Mr. DeLoach from A. Rosen, dated Oct. 7, 1966, regarding the assassination of JFK; 1 page entitled, “JFK Assassination System Identification Form” for the 1 page news article by Richard Wilson, entitled, “Supplementary Kennedy, Slaying Report Urged” that came from the Washington Evening Star, dated Oct. 26, 1992; 1 page entitled, “JFK Assassination System Identification Form” for the 1 page news article by Bob Considine entitled, “Another Author Certain Oswald Had Accomplice” that came from the New York World Journal Tribune, dated Oct. 5, 1966; and 2 page Memorandum from A. Rosen to Mr. DeLoach, dated Oct. 25, 1996, regarding Sylvia Meagher and the JFK Assassination.

g) Xerox copy of 2 pages Memorandum from A. Rosen to Mr. LeLoach, dated Sept. 12, 1966, regarding misc. info. about the Assassination of JFK.

h) Xerox copy of 2 pages Memorandum from A. Rosen to Mr. LeLoach, dated June 2, 1966, regarding the Assassination of JFK.

i) Xerox copy of 9 pages of Memorandum from A. Rosen to Mr. LeLoach, dated July 1, 1966, regarding misc. info. about the Assassination of JFK.

  1. a) Xerox copy of 12 pages that include: 6 pages of handwritten notes dated June 16, 1989 regarding inquiries of author David Lifton concerning the JFK assassination and 6 pages of handwritten notes from same writer, dated Aug. 8, 1990, regarding inquiries of author David Lifton concerning the JFK assassination. (Neither is signed)

b) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include: 1 page letter to James Seibert from William Baker of the FBI, dated Oct. 19, 1984, regarding the autopsy of JFK and 1 page letter from James Seibert to William Baker of the FBI, dated Nov. 13, 1984, regarding the autopsy of JFK.

c) Xerox copy of 2 pages that include 1 page letter from researcher Daniel Hickey to FBI, dated Oct. 1, 1984 and 1 page letter from William Baker of the FBI to Daniel Hickey, dated Oct. 19, 1984, regarding information about the JFK autopsy.

d) Xerox copy of 1 page letter from researcher Mark Grossman to the FBI, dated Dec. 1, 1988, regarding JFK autopsy material.

  1. a) Two xerox copies of page that includes two photos taken by Life magazine photographer Bob Phillips at the morgue where Kennedy’s autopsy was performed.

b) Two xerox copy of page that includes photo, perhaps of doctors at morgue where Kennedy’s autopsy was performed.

c) Three xerox copies of 3 photos that show JFK’s casket being loaded onto a plane and wife, Jackie stepping onto the plane.

d) Xerox copy of 3 pages that include two photos of men at dinner table.

  1. Xerox copy of 10 page document entitled, “Assassination of President John F. Kennedy and Aftermath.” No date or author is listed.

BOX 8

Folder

1. 43 page paper written by Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. entitled, “The Medical and Ballistics Evidence in the Assassination of President Kennedy, a Matter of Reasonable Doubt.”

2. a) 19 page paper given by Dr. Paul Peters at the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Wilke-Amite Medical Society, at Centreville Academy, Centreville, MS, April 2, 1992, entitled “Who Killed JFK?”

b) 23 page document entitled, “Strange Deaths, Assassination of JFK.”

c) copy of 8 page memorandum for Chief, dated Nov. 27, 1963, regarding Soviet Defector Comments on President Kennedy’s Assassination.

d) 17 page document entitled, “The Death of John F. Kennedy.” The letterhead attributes this document to Jose A. Mijares, M.D., F.A.C.S.”

3. a) 25 page paper entitled, “The Bitter Harvest: Lyndon B. Johnson and the Assassination of John F. Kennedy.”

b) copy of 11 pages entitled, “Selected Additions to Bibliography.”

c) 38 page document entitled, “The Assassination Bibliography” for JFK, MLK, Robert Kennedy, Edward Kennedy, and George Wallace, from The Collector’s Archives P.O. Box 114 Beaconsfield, P.Q., Canada H9W 5T6.

4. a) copy of 20 page document regarding the assassination of JFK, signed by John B. Gooch III of Metarie, LA.

b) copy of 17 page document entitled, “Paper no. 2,” regarding the assassination of JFK, signed by John B. Gooch III.

c) 1 page letter and 5 page document attached, sent to Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ, regarding the assassination of JFK, signed by John B. Gooch III.

d) copy of 10 pages that include, first page of typed article in the JFK Assassination Journal, vol 6, no. 4, May, 1990, entitled, “The Third Decade...” by Jerry D. Rose and 9 page document signed by John B. Gooch III, regarding the JFK assassination.

5. a) Original copy of 3 page letter to Professor Michael Kurtz from John K. Lattimer, MD., Professor and Chairman at the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Columbia University, dated Sept. 7, 1977, regarding information about the Kennedy assassination and original envelope of letter, postmarked Sept. 8, 1977.

b) 1 page letter to Dr. Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. University, from Mark Lane, director of the Citizens Commission of Inquiry, regarding the JFK assassination, dated Sept. 9, 1975.

c) copy of 2 page letter from Dr. Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. to Dr. Cyril H. Wecht, Coroner in Pittsburgh, PA, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Jan. 25, 1977.

d) Original copy of two page letter to Dr. Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. from Dr. Cyril H. Wecht, Coroner in Pittsburgh, PA, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Feb. 2, 1977.

e) 7 page letter to Dr. Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. From Dr. Dr. Ray Hixon, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated June 6, 1994.

f) Original copy of 5 page letter Dr. Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. to Charles G. Wilber, Professor and a Director of the Forensic Science Laboratory at Colorado State Univ., regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated July 13, 1983.

6. a) Copy of 3 page letter/memorandum from Dr. A.H. Giesecke, Jr. To C.J. Price, Administrator of Parkland Memorial Hospital, regarding the autopsy of JFK, dated Nov. 25, 1963.

b) Copy of 2 page letter from Dr. M. T. Jenkins, dept. of Anesthesiology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School to C.J. Price, Administrator, Parkland Memorial Hospital, regarding the wounds and autopsy of JFK, dated Nov. 22, 1963.

c) Copies of 3 pages: all entitled, “Parkland Memorial Hospital Operative Record.” Two of them are for the injuries of Governor John Connally and are dated Nov. 22, 1963. The third is for the injuries of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated Nov. 24, 1963.

d) Copy of 4 page FBI statement by Frederick A. Bieberdorf, regarding the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald by Jack Ruby, dated Dec. 6, 1963.

e) Copy of 5 pages of FBI documents, all dated Nov. 23, 1963, that includes statements of eyewitnesses regarding the assassination and autopsy of JFK. They are described as follows: 2 pages concerning Bill Stinson, Administrative Assistant to the Governor of Texas; 1 page statement of Dr. Charles F. Gregory, Parkland Hospital; 1 page statement of Miss Audrey Bell, Surgery Supervisor at Parkland Hospital; and 1 page statement of Texas Highway Patrolman, Bobby Nolan.

f) copy of 1 loose page of statement regarding the wounds of Lee Harvey Oswald.

g) Copy of 1 page memorandum to J. Lee Rankin, General Council to James J. Rowley Chief, U.S. Secret Service re: Kennedy autopsy Report, dated Dec. 20, 1963 and 6 pages entitled, “This is the Official Autopsy” and “Pathological Examination Report” which is dated Nov. 22, 1963.

h) Copy of 5 pages written by Claude B. Slaton entitled, “William Guy Bannister.”

i) Copy of 4 pages written by Claude B. Slaton entitled, “New Orleans, La., and the Conspiracy-Revisited,” dated May 1, 1993.

j) 1 page letter to Dr. Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. from Lynn P. Bertaut, Sr., dated March 15, 1999 and copy of 6 page paper regarding Bertaut’s association with Dave Ferry.

7. a) Copy of 7 pages entitled, “FBI FOIPA Preprocessed List Compiled, Aug. 21, 1986.”

b) Copy of 18 page paper entitled, “What Struck John: A Reinterpretation of the Medical Evidence in the Assassination of John Kennedy,” by Joseph N. Riley, PhD. presented to ASK ‘94 on Nov. 20, 1994, plus hand written note by Dr. Michael Kurtz.

c) Copy of 2 page document entitled, “Assassination Commission,” dated Sept. 16, 1964. This is a statement by Richard Russell who emphatically rejects the single bullet theory regarding the assassination of JFK, plus hand written note by Dr. Michael Kurtz.

d) Copy of 11 page index to Conspiracy Nation, an online web magazine.

e) Copy of 2 pages entitled, “Turn Left, the home of liberalism on the web” and “Make Your Own Conspiracy Theory.”

f) Copy of 9 pages entitled, “Conspiracy Theories Beginning with the letter “C.”

g) Copy of 10 pages entitled, “Flying Elephants and Lip Balm Conspiracy Theories.”

8. a) 8 pages with handwritten note by Michael Kurtz that reads: “Sample of Correspondence from expert Medical Critics of the Warren Commission.” These papers include the following: 5 page letter from Charles G. Wilber of the Forensic Science Laboratory at Colorado State University to Professor Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ., dated July 13, 1983; 2 page letter to Professor Michael Kurtz of Southeastern La. Univ. from Dr. Cyril H. Wecht, coroner in Pittsburgh, PA., dated Sept. 10, 1975; and 1 page letter to Michael Kurtz from Jeffrey Caufield, Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, dated March 21, 1996.

b) 11 page paper (including title page), entitled, “Processing in the Eye of the Storm,” written and presented by Diane L. Dimkoff of the National Archives to the SAA Annual Conference in New Orleans, August 1993. Hand written note by Dr. Kurtz on the title page that reads, “Catalogue of JFK Materials in National Archives.”

c) 10 pages with note from Dr. Kurtz that reads, “Almost 5 months after the assassination, the official version of events still showed JFK & Connally struck by separate bullets.” These pages include the following: 3 page memorandum to Mr. Callahan to L. J. Gauthier regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, examination of visual aids by President’s Commission, dated April 15, 1964; 2 page memorandum to J. Lee Rankin from Norman Redlich, dated April 27, 1964; 3 page memorandum for the record from Melvin A. Eisenberg, dated April 22, 1964; and 2 page memorandum to J. Lee Rankin from Arlen Specter regarding the examination of autopsy x-rays and photos of Pres. Kennedy, dated May 12, 1964.

d) 9 pages that include 3 pages of declassified transcript of Warren Commission executive meeting of Jan. 24, 1964; 1 page of declassified FBI document with material blacked out, entitled, “Memorandum for Mr. Sullivan re: Fair Play for Cuba Committee;” 2 pages of “Official Death Certificate of Pres. John F. Kennedy;” 2 pages of a totally censored FBI document re: Lee Harvey Oswald and his Cuba connection, dated Jan. 8, 1964; and 1 page with hand written title, “Recently released document showing Gerald Ford’s alteration of location of wound in JFK’s back.”

e) 3 one page letters with note attached that reads, “These 3 letters are typical examples of Federal agencies “passing the buck.” They include the following: letter to Michael Kurtz from the U.S. Secret Service’s Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts officer, Dana Brown; letter to Michael Kurtz from Mary Ronan of the National Archives, dated Sept. 21, 1990; and letter to Michael Kurtz from William Johnson, Chief Archivist at he JFK Library in Boston, dated Oct. 3, 1990.

9. a) Copy of 24 page (12 pages front and back) article from Forensic Science journal, vol. 3 , 1974, 105-128, written by Cyril H. Wecht and Robert P Smith entitled, “The Medical Evidence in the Assassination of President John. F. Kennedy.”

b) Copy of 7 page (3 pages are front and back) article from The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, vol. 7 no. 1, 52-58, 1986, written by Charles G. Wilber, PhD. and entitled, “The Assassination of the Late President John F. Kennedy: An Academician’s Thoughts.”

c) Copy of 4 page article from Medical World News, 25-28, June 2, 1975, entitled, “Fresh Doubts on JFK Assassination: Forensic Experts Call for a New Investigation of all the Evidence.”

d) Copy of 10 pages (5 pages front and back) entitled, “Assassination Records Review Board: Formal Determinations on Release of Records,” regarding the death and autopsy of JFK. Hand written note by Dr. Kurtz that reads, “Notice the list of JFK records that are being withheld until 2017.”

e) Copy of 4 page document entitled, “Elvis Shot JFK, We Have Proof!” Hand written note by Dr. Kurtz on the first page that reads, “This document has the final truth about the JFK assassination.”

10. Eight DVDs entitled, Into Evidence: Truth, Lies and Unresolved Mysteries in the Murder of JFK; pamphlet entitled, “Single Bullet? or Bold-Faced Lie!” and brochure entitled, “Solving the Great American Murder Mystery: a National Symposium on the 40th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination,” Nov. 20-23, 2003.

 

 BOX 9

  1. Book entitled, “Earl K. Long: The Formative years, 1895-1940” by Leslie, James Paul, Jr. Degree Date: 1974 from the University of Missouri.

 

  1. Book entitled, “The New Louisiana – The Story of the Greatest State of the Nation – Official State Administration Inaugural Publication”. Edited by John D. Klorer

 

  1. Movie VHS entitled, “Dealers in Death- A Factual & Brutal Look at U.S. Crime Vol. 1”. Narrated by Broderick Crawford – 1985 Maljack Productions Inc.

 

  1. Movie DVD entitled, “Louisiana – 200 Years of Statehood”. Directed by Tika Laudun and Narrated by Harry Connick, Jr.

 

  1. Movie DVD entitled, “61 Bullets” a project preview produced and directed by David Modigliani.

 

  1. Sony CD-R copy entitled, “Earl Long – Rantin’ & Rauin’”.

 

  1. Recco mini record entitled, “Ballad of Earl K. Long” by Jay Chevalier.

 

  1. Cassette tape side A entitled, “1 Earl Long”.

 

  1. Cassette tape side 1 entitled, “Earl Long #4”.

 

  1. Cassette tape side 1 entitled, “EKL – Side to Play”.

 

  1. Cassette tape side A entitled, “3 Earl Long”.

 

  1. Cassette tape side one entitled, “Last of the Red Hot Poppas”.

 

  1. Cassette tape side two entitled, “Last of Red Hot Poppas” – “Every Man a King”.

 

  1. Cassette tape side 3 entitled, “Earl Long”.

 

  1. Cassette tape entitled, “ Dallas Police Tape”.

 

  1. Cassette tape side 3 entitled, “J. Herald 4-3-78”.

 

  1. Unmarked cassette tape 1.

 

  1. Unmarked cassette tape 2.

 

  1. Kodak Carousel Box with John F. Kennedy Assassination photo slides (circle tray) Contains photos labeled:
    1. 137 Jack Beers
    2. Z169
    3. Reed•1
    4. Reed•2
    5. Reed•3
    6. Z•210
    7. Z•226
    8. Parkland Hospital
    9. Dallas Police Dept.
    10. 294
    11. 295
    12. 305 Willis 13
    13. 307 Willis 15
    14. 308 Willis 16
    15. 309 Willis 17
    16. 313 Willis 21
    17. 329 JFK Motorcade
    18. 331 JFK Motorcade
    19. 332 JFK Motorcade
    20. 333 JFK Motorcade
    21. 334 JFK Motorcade
    22. 335 JFK Motorcade
    23. 336 JFK Motorcade
    24. Z•336 June 79-09
    25. Z•337
    26. Z•338
    27. Z•339
    28. Betzner 4
    29. Rifle 7
    30. Altgens 9
    31. Life 11
    32. Z-413 30
    33. Sep 77-01
    34. Sep 77-02
    35. Sep 77-04
    36. Sep 77-16
    37. Sep 77-17
    38. Aug 79 -01
    39. Aug 79-02
    40. Aug 79-03
    41. Aug 79-05
    42. Aug 79-08
    43. Aug 79-09
    44. Aug 79-14
    45. Aug 79-16
    46. Aug 79-17
    47. Aug 79-20
    48. Aug 79-21
    49. Aug 79-22
    50. Aug 79-26
    51. Aug 79-27
    52. Aug 79-28
    53. Jack Beers
    54. Jack Beers
    55. Aug 79-11
    56. Aug 79-29
    57. Aug 79-30
    58. “G” 16
    59. Aug 79-07 “F” 15
    60. JFK Clothing
    61. Z•335
    62. Z•331
    63. Z•330
    64. Z•329
    65. Z•322
    66. Z•315
    67. Z•314
    68. Z•311
    69. Z•239
    70. Z•237
    71. Z•230 (2 copies)
    72. Z•225
    73. Z•224
    74. Z•190
    75. Z•189
    76. Aug 79-35
    77. 112 Dealey Plaza
    78. 119 Dealey Plaza
    79. 145 Jack Beers
    80. 286
    81. 201 Parkland Hospital
    82. Sep 77-18
    83. FBI 5
    84. Sep 77-11
    85. 270 Dallas Police Dept.
    86. Dillard 8
    87. Dillard 8 (copy)
    88. 111 Cancellare
    89. 198 Parkland Hospital
    90. 250 Parkland Hospital
    91. 287
    92. 197 Parkland Hospital
    93. 196 Dealey Plaza
    94. Altgens 18
    95. Unmarked JFK Body Autopsy (7 slides)
    96. Unmarked JFK Bullet Autopsy (2 slides)
    97. Unmarked JFK Scan Autopsy (1 slide)

 

  1. Box of cases of photo slides 1

         a) Small blue box entitled, “James Murray Photographs”. Contains photos labeled:

               1) James Murray 113

               2) James Murray 161

               3) James Murray 162

               4) James Murray 163

               5) James Murray 164

               6) James Murray 166

               7) James Murray 167

               8) James Murray 168

          b) Small blue box entitled, “Jack Beers Photographs”. Contains photos labeled:

               1) Jack Beers 136

               2) Jack Beers 138

          c) Small blue box entitled, “Frank Cancellare”. Contains photos labeled:

               1) 110

               2) Aug 79-25

           d) Small blue box entitled, “Phil Willis Photographs”. Contains photos labeled:

               1) Willis 296

               2) Willis 297

               3) Willis 314

               4) Willis 315

               5) Willis 316

               6) Willis 317

           e) Small blue box entitled, “Robert Croft Photographs”. Contains photos labeled:

               1) R. Croft 105

               2) R. Croft 106

               3) R. Croft 107

           f) Small blue box entitled, “Dealey Plaza Photographs”. Contains photos labeled:

               1) 135-B

               2) Aug 79-18

           g) Small blue box entitled, “Dallas Police Dept. Photographs”. Contains photos “Aug 79-04”

           h) Small blue box entitled, “JFK Motorcade Photographs”. Box empty.

           i) Small blue box entitled, “Parkland Hospital Photographs”. Box empty.

           j) Small blue box entitled, “S. L. Reed Photographs”. Box empty.

 

  1. Box of cases of photo slides 2

       a) Small blue box entitled, “#1 Zapruder Film Frames set z-3 (100 slides) z169-z198”.

        Contains photos labeled:

               1.) Z•180

               2.) Z•181

               3.) Z•182

               4.) Z•183

               5.) Z•184

               6.) Z•185

               7.) Z•196

               8.) Z•197

               9.) Z•198

      b) Small blue box entitled, “#2 Zapruder Film Frames set z-3 (100 slides) z199-z218”.

      Contains photos labeled:

               1) Z•199

               2) Z•200

               3) Z•201

               4) Z•202

               5) Z•203

               6) Z• 204

               7) Z•205

               8) Z•206

               9) Z•207

               10) Z•208

               11) Z•211

               12) Z•212

               13) Z•213

               14) Z•214

               15) Z•215

               16) Z•216

               17) Z•217

  •        18) Z•218

       c) Small blue box entitled, “#4 Zapruder Film Frames set z-3 (100 slides) z231-z248”.

  • Contains photos labeled:
  • 1) Z•240
  • 2) Z•241
  • 3) Z•242
  • 4) Z•243
  • 5) Z•244
  • 6) Z•245
  • 7) Z•246
  • 8) Z•247
  • 9) Z•248

       d) Small blue box entitled, “#5 Zapruder Film Frames set z-3 (100 slides) z249-z327”.

  • Contains photos labeled:
  • 1) Z•249
  • 2) Z•250
  • 3) Z•251
  • 4) Z•252
  • 5) Z•253
  • 6) Z•254

       e) Small blue box entitled, “#4 Zapruder Film Frames z189-z350/ z299-z313”.

  • Contains photos labeled:
  • 1) Z•279
  • 2) Z•280
  • 3) Z•281
  • 4) Z•282
  • 5) Z•283
  • 6) Z•284
  • 7) Z•285
  • 8) Z•286
  • 9) Z•287
  • 10) Z•288
  • 11) Z•289
  • 12) Z•290
  • 13) Z•291
  • 14) Z•292
  • 15) Z•293
  • 16) Z•294
  • 17) Z•295
  • 18) Z•296
  • 19) Z•297
  • 20) Z•298
  • 21) Z•299
  • 22) Z•300
  • 23) Z•301
  • 24) Z•302
  • 25) Z•303
  • 26) Z•304
  • 27) Z•305
  • 28) Z•306
  • 29) Z•307
  • 30) Z•308
  • 31) Z•309
  • 32) Z•310

       f) Small blue box entitled, “#4 Zapruder Film Frames set z-4 (20 slides selected blow-ups)

  • z328-z462”. Contains photos labeled:
  • 1) Z•336
  • 2) Z•338
  • 3) Z•339
  • 4) Z•340
  • 5) Z•341
  • 6) Z•342
  • 7) Z•343
  • 8) Z•344
  • 9) Z•345
  • 10) Z•346
  • 11) Z•347
  • 12) Z•348
  • 13) Z•349
  • 14) Z•350
  • 15) Z•412
  • 16) Z•413
  • 17) Z•414
  • 18) Z•462
  • 19) Z•238

g) Small blue box entitled, “Z311-Z335”. Box empty.

  1. Box of cases of photo slides 3

        a) Small blue box entitled, “#1 Zapruder Film Frames z189-218”. Contains photos labeled:

  • 1) Z•205
  • 2) Z•206
  • 3) Z•207
  • 4) Z•208
  • 5) Z•209
  • 6) Z•210
  • 7) Z•211
  • 8) Z•212
  • 9) Z•213
  • 10) Z•214
  • 11) Z•215
  • 12) Z•216
  • 13) Z•217
  • 14) Z•218
  • b) Small blue box entitled, “#2 Zapruder Film Frames z219-243”. Contains photos labeled:
  • 1) Z•237 23
  • 2) Z•209
  • 3) Z•241
  • 4) Z•242
  • 5) Z•243
  • 6) Z•244
  • 7) Z•245
  • 8) Z•246
  • 9) Z•247
  • 10) Z•248
  • c) Small blue box entitled, “#2 Zapruder Film Frames z244-278”. Contains photos labeled:
  • 1) Z•249
  • 2) Z•250
  • 3) Z•251
  • 4) Z•252
  • 5) Z•253
  • 6) Z•254
  • 7) Z•255
  • 8) Z•256
  • 9) Z•257
  • 10) Z•258
  • 11) Z•259
  • 12) Z•260
  • 13) Z•261
  • 14) Z•262
  • 15) Z•263
  • 16) Z•264
  • 17) Z•265
  • 18) Z•266
  • 19) Z•267
  • 20) Z•268
  • 21) Z•269
  • 22) Z•270
  • 23) Z•271
  • 24) Z•272
  • 25) Z•273
  • 26) Z•274
  • 27) Z•275
  • 28) Z•276
  • 29) Z•277
  • 30) Z•278

BOX 10

Folder 1

  1. (2) Postcard type voter propaganda card entitled, “With Best Wishes Sincerely Earl K.
  2. Long Gov.”
  3. Paper letter entitled “WBRZ 2 Eyewitness News” to Dr. Kurtz from John P. TV-2.
  4. Letter/note dated January 16, 1979 to Dr. Kurtz from Ron Cole which is attached to a two-page letter entitled, “United States Department of Justice – Federal Bureau of Investigation” addressed to Mr. Ronald E. Cole from Allen H. McCreight dated January 11, 1979.
  5. Letter addressed to Michael L. Kurtz from Rick Smith, dated February 18, 1986, entitled, “Uncle Earl”.
  6. Letter addressed to Dr. Michael Kurtz from Mark J. LeBlanc dated July 22, 2002.
  7. Letter addressed to Dr. Michael Kurtz from Dave Layman dated October 20, 1999.
  8. Booklet entitled, “Brief Statement of Discussion by Judge L. H. Perez of Plaquemines Parish with State Mineral Board at its meeting March 18, 1954 on Subject of Tidelands and our State Boundary.”
  9. Typed book with the introduction entitled, “Longism and Louisiana Politics”. Includes the table of contents through page 82, and pages 375-377.
  10. Paper entitled, “Application for Membership [for] Russell Long Club”
  11. Propaganda poster entitled, “The Open Door”
  12. Xerox copy 4 pages of a newspaper entitled, “The Alcatraz” from Shreveport, LA, dated January 1, 1936 Volume 2 – No. 1.
  13. Xerox copy 4 pages of a newspaper entitled, “That’s Earl Folks” by Nicholas Lemann dated February 14, 1991.
  14. Envelope addressed to Dr. Michael Kurtz from Morgan D. Peoples. Enclosed is a picture of Harney S. Bogan ca. 1920.
  15. Newspaper (4 pages) entitled, “The Times-Picayune” from New Orleans, LA, dated Sunday, September 7, 1975.
  16. Newspaper clipping entitled, “SLU hosts governor hopefuls”. No date is given.
  17. Xerox copy a page entitled, “William Ernest Henley – Invictus”. No date given.
  18. Propaganda booklet entitled, “Why I am for Earl Long – The Speech in which Huey Long’s Son Answered the False Charges Made Against His Father” by Russell B. Long.

Folder 2

  1. Small folder entitled, “SHA Paper Proposal” with these items included: A newspaper
  2. clipping of a picture entitled, “A Threesome on One of the Country’s Finest Golf Courses”,
  3. page 2A of the newspaper entitled,“The Concordia Sentinel” dated July 30, 1975, and a
  4. propaganda poster entitled, “Governor Allen’s Message to the Legislature”.
  5. A laminated propaganda letter from C. M. (Neil) Mixon on November 20, 1935 entitled,
  6. “Assessor’s Office”.
  7. A laminated propaganda letter from Earl K. Long and on the other side of the paper is a
  8. propaganda letter from Carlos G. Spaht.
  9. Xerox copy 2 pages (front and back) of a propaganda card entitled, “Candidate for Lieutenant Governor – Earl K. Long”.
  10. Xerox copy of a letter addressed to Mrs. Edna Doss from James A. Noe dated January 11, 1940.
  11. Xerox copy of a paper entitled, “Louisiana Authors Journal – New Orleans October 1935” Vol. 1 No.5.
  12. Xerox copy of a propaganda poster entitled, “Long-Allen-Leche ‘Share Our Wealth’ Ticket in St. Landry Parish”.
  13. Laminated mini propaganda paper entitled, “Vote the Morgan-Long Ticket”.
  14. Laminated mini propaganda poster entitled, “Parish Wide Share Our Wealth Meetings”.
  15. Brochure entitled, “Welcome to Winn Parish and Winnfield … a few highlights of Natural Beauty and Sportsmanship in Winn Parish, Louisiana”.
  16. Envelope addressed to Dr. Michael Kurtz and enclosed is a letter from Morgan Peoples dated May 5, 1981.
  17. Envelope addressed to Dr. Michael Kurtz and enclosed is a 2 page letter from Vincent P. De Saints dated May 15, 1981.
  18. Envelope addressed to Dr. Michael Kurtz and enclosed is 3 pages. The 1st page is a letter addressed to Mr. Kurtz from Joseph G. Dawson III dated June 6, 1980, and the 2nd page is a paper entitled, “Contributors to the Louisiana Governors Project” and the 3rd page is a paper entitled, “The Louisiana Governors Project – Notes to Contributors”.
  19. Xerox copy of a Southeastern Louisiana University library book, the top of the page entitled, “Louisiana / 589”.
  20. Xerox copy of American Progress Bulletin No.1 – Page 1 entitled, “There Was More Than One Assassin of Huey P. Long”
  21. Xerox copy of a paper entitled, “Earl of Winnfield”.
  22. Xerox copy of a newspaper with a picture entitled, “Louisiana Heritage”.
  23. Xerox copy of a propaganda letter from Governor Earl K. Long dated February 14, 1940.
  24. Xerox copy of a propaganda poster entitled, “Political Meeting!”
  25. Xerox copy of a sample ballot for the Democratic Party for the election on February 19, 1952.
  26. Xerox copy of a paper scanned with a sample ballot for the Democratic Party for the election on February 20, 1940, 2 Xerox copies newspaper clippings entitled, “Long Denies Any Plan for Law to Succeed Himself” and “LeBlanc Blasts Long’s Remarks”.
  27. Xerox copy of a sample ballot for the election of the US Senator on January 3, 1937.
  28. Laminated sample ballot for the Democratic Party for the election on February 19, 1952.
  29. Xerox copy of a poster entitled, “The Truth Will Bury Huey Long”
  30. Xerox copy of a poster entitled, “Is the Big Money Interest Supreme in This State? – Tax Reform Commission to Keep Little Man from Paying” from O.K. Allen.
  31. Xerox copy of a poster entitled, “The Ring Thugs at Work” from Huey P. Long.

 

Folder 3

  1. Scan copy of news post letter-“J.Y. Sanders, Jr.-Respectfully Solicits Your Vote and Support and Submits for Your Consideration the Following Platform”
  2. Copy of picture-Huey P. Long and Jimmy Noe
  3. Copies of Digest-American Digest 1 No. 6 Jan 1936 (4 Pages)
  4. Copy of Poster for election-“Two Packs of Cigarettes a Month”
  5. Copies of Random Newspaper Clippings, Images, and Posters (22 Pages)
  6. Copy of Poster-“Be sure to vote on November 2” 41 Amendments (3 pages)
  7. Original Poster-“Be sure to vote on November 2” 41 Amendments
  8. Copy of a letter from Earl Long about the 41 Amendments, partially cut off
  9. Copy of Poster-The Standard Oil Regulars-Huey P. Long
  10. News Poster-“Political Crisis in Louisiana”-Address by Dr. George S. Long over state-wide radio hookup June 13, 1951-Dr. George S. Long
  11. Copy of news poster-“More Governmental Blessings, Legislature Stands Behind Senator Long’s Written Agreement”-Richard Leche, July 4, 1936.
  12. Copy-“They Must Come To The Mark, In the land of plenty there can be no justification for starvation, nakedness or homelessness.” Huey P. Long
  13. Copy-“He Lives, In the Principles He Has Proclaimed.” Letter to the people from the Property Owners Association.
  14. Copy-“The Long Plan, To Spread the Wealth of the Country Among All the People.” Huey P. Long, U.S. Senator.
  15. Copy-“If Long Dies” Louisiana Authors Journal Special Issue, by the Editor
  16. Copy-“Let The Gamblers Alone!” The Voice of the People, January 1936.
  17. Copy-“The Truth About Huey Long’s War Record” Newspaper article.
  18. Copy-“They Condemn Long Because” by Supporters of Huey P. Long.
  19. Copy-“People of America: Every Man a King.” Huey P. Long
  20. Copy-The Expose of Deceiving Sam, Sneaky “Little J.Y.,” and Hypocrite Wade
  21. Copy of Letter-“Dear Fellow Voters” Earl Long Foundation, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  22. Copy-“What is it They Want To Undo: For the first time in history Louisiana operates on a cash basis.” Huey P. Long
  23. Copy-“Carry On Toward Destiny” American Progress Bulletin No. 1-Page 2
  24. Roster for Class, Hist 496 Fall 2003, Kurtz

 

Folder 4

  1. Picture of Huey P. Long-picture 1
  2. Laminated name tag with name Alice Lee Grosjean, Secretary of State, Louisiana
  3. Copy of letter, Carlos G. Spaht to the people of Louisiana, candidate for governor
  4. Copy of letter, Earl K. Long (Governor), to the citizens and voters of Louisiana
  5. Copy of poster, A Real Share-The-Wealth Program Is Offered by Cleveland Dear and his Associates on the “Home Rule State Ticket.”
  6. Picture Envelope addressed to Michael Kurtz from Morgan Peoples. Original photos, 1-Governor Earl Long surrounded by Ruston’s “bearded citizens” leading the city’s 75th The Shreveport Times, May 9, 1959. 2-Original photo of Earl Long and wife, “Governor gets tie straightened.” Baton Rouge Associated Press, May 15, 1956. 3-Original photo of Earl Long holding the microphone for Mayor Mary “Doc” Allen of Winnfield at a political rally. Collection of Raymond Carpenter, Winn Parish Enterprise, Winnfield, Louisiana. 4-Original photo of The Huey P. Long Sr. home. Photo taken right after Mrs. Huey Long Sr. died. October 6, 1913. 5-Original family photo. From left to right Julius Tyson Long, Huey Pierce Long, Sr., Charlotte Arabella Long (Davis), Calodonia Long, George Shannon Long, Sitting on laps are Olive Ray Long (Cooper), and Clara Long (Knott). Courtesy of William Davis Green. Ruston, La around 1890. 6-Original photo of Huey P. Long sitting with people.
  7. Copy of paper, “In The Name of Americanism,” Oliver Clyde. Various article entries.
  8. Booklet Judge L.H. Perez Memorial Park
  9. Booklet Judge L.H. Perez Memorial Park, “A Guide.”
  10. Laminated mini poster (8 X 10) entitled: Mass Meeting of Citizens of 2d and 3rd wards
  11. Folder containing 2 original picture pages with 9 pictures on each page
  12. Envelope containing 10 negatives of photo film, black and white
  13. Copies of news articles on Earl K. Long, Huey P. Long, and Russell B. Long (59 Pages).
  14. Copies of news articles on Earl K. Long, Huey P. Long, and Russell B. Long (48 Pages).
  15. Original booklet, A Special Message From Russell Long, “Vote the Hale Boggs Ticket”

 

Folder 5

  1. Copies of news articles, Earl K. Long, 32 pages
  2. Full copy of “Kidnapped By The Kingfish” (spelled Kidnaped) by Sam Irby the Victim with Intimate Details of this and Other Crimes of Huey P. Long.
  3. Copy of Book Pages 1-10, “The success story of Plaquemines Parish, Leander H. Perez

 

Folder 6

  1. Envelope containing 2 original pictures (8 X 10), one of Huey P. Long up at NBC podium (A) and another of Earl K. Long at microphone (B).
  2. Newspaper, Judge Leche’s Opening Address.
  3. Copy of newspaper pages. The Voice of the People, January 1936. Pages 1-3.

 

Folder 7

1. Envelope from Tulane University to M. Kurtz containing the following photographs: Photo of Huey, Earl, and Lucille Long as children (3X5 and attached to cardboard backing). 5X7 photo of Earl Long and Sixty Rayburn feeding hogs. 8X10 photo of Governor E.K. Long, August 1959. 8X10 photo of E.K. Long at microphone. 8X10 photo of a man holding torn cloth over his face.

2. Folder containing the following:

Newspaper clipping, “Winn Parish As I Have Known It.” H.B. Bozeman Article 346.

Letter (small note) Addressed to Dr. Lortz from Don Morrison.

Note written about E.K. Long dated January 26, 1956.

Newspaper clipping, “Old Earl was a Comedian.” The Birmingham News, by Charles Richardson. February 18, 1980.

Newspaper page The Times Metro News, “There’s more than one way to buy a vote.” Oct. 14, 1979.

Newspaper article Shreveport Times, “Bits and Pieces.” August 12, 1979.

Handwritten notes on scrap paper (12 half-pages).

Speech from Leon Sanders for 1956 election of E.K. Long (5 typed pages, 1 copied page).

Entire newspaper, Morning Paper. Thursday June 8, 1978 Vol. III, No. 9. Ruston, La.

Newspaper clipping from Winn Parish Enterprise, “Winn Parish As I Have Known It.” Article 345, Thursday, November 21, 1963. H.B. Bozeman.

U.S. Postcard addressed to Mrs. Smelley with a written note from E.K. Long.

Picture post card, “Best Wishes,” and picture of E.K. Long and on the reverse side is an invitation to the Governor’s Mansion and Ball.

2 voter card for James a Noe, “Candidate for Governor.”

2 voter card for Russell B. Long, U.S. Senator. “You Can’t Go Wrong With Russell Long.”

Poster about James A. Noe, “A Month Ago Jimmy Noe Couldn’t Understand Jones’ Shameless Rickerfor Deal.”

2 typed pages of lecture/readings schedule, “The Longs of Louisiana.”

Sample Ballot for the Democratic Party, “Not the Russell Long Ticket, because he has no ticket.”

3 Pictures of Perez.

 

Folder 8

Envelope containing the following documents:

  1. Newspaper copy (2 pages) Monroe Morning World. “Legislators Rebound To Defeat Bill.” May 27, 1959. Handwritten note on back of copy, interview 1/26/89.
  2. Photo of Governor E. K. Long in basement of East Baton Rouge Courthouse just prior to departure to Mandeville, June 1959.
  3. Photo of Ernest Clements.
  4. Photo of Governor E.K. Long, 1956.
  5. Photo of (Mrs. Kellor Clinton) Caledonia Cornelia Long.
  6. Photo of (Mrs. Robert W. Davis) Charlotte Arabella Long.
  7. Photo of Olive Ray Long (Mrs. Edward Cooper).
  8. Photo E.K. Long campaigning in New Orleans French Quarter, 1959.
  9. Photo “The Day the Trains Came to Winfield.” June 21, 1901.
  10. 2 Photos of E.K. Long handing a girl a piece of paper (1 large picture/1 small picture).
  11. Photo of 1948 Inaugural Booth-B.R. Long, E.K. Long, J.H. Davis, W.H. Dodd.
  12. 2 Photos of Earl Long supporters in the legislature, occupying the same stage with him, around 1956.
  13. Photo captioned, “You Know Me.” E.K. Long.
  14. Photo of Long family reunion. E.K. Long in suit.
  15. 3 Photos of E.K. Long on stump, 1956. (2 large, 1 small).
  16. 2 Photos of a swearing-in ceremony. (1 large, 1 small).
  17. Magazine cut out of Governor Long, 1950.
  18. Photo of L.H.P., E.K.L., and R.A.H., 1948.
  19. Photo of McNeil, Dullis
  20. Photo of “Uncle Earl” Among the People.
  21. Photo of E.K. Long at Pea Patch Farm, 1956.
  22. 2 Photos of new Governor E.K. Long shaking hands, 1956.
  23. Photo page with 9 mini photos and envelope with negatives.
  24. Photo page with 9 mini photos and envelope with negatives.
  25. Photo page with 9 mini photos and envelope with negatives.
  26. 2 Photos of older E.K. Long at microphone.
  27. Anti-Long propaganda letter, 1956.
  28. 14 copies of pictures.

 

Folder 9

  1. Newspaper clipping, “Leche Declares Economic Setup In State Is Sound.”
  2. Poster, “James A. NOE and Earl K. LONG RALLY.” November 11, 1959.
  3. Course information sheet, Government 201. M. Kurtz instructor
  4. Piece of bonded paper, Eaton’s Berkshire Bond
  5. Ballot for Democratic Party Primary Election, January 19, 1932.
  6. Booklet, “By Their Deeds Ye Shall Know Them.” Elect NOE and LONG.
  7. Laminated paper comparing records of Wade O. Martin and Dudley J. LeBlanc.
  8. Copy of magazine pages (8 pages from New Orleans Magazine 42-49) “Blanche Long: Last of the red hot mamas) by Joe Manguno
  9. Copy picture of Huey P. Long with Born, August 30, 1893-Died, September 10, 1935.
  10. 2 copies on 1 page: the first is an untitled poem and the second is a news article, “Legislature Wisely Adjourned.” August 1959.
  11. Copy of flyer. “Mr. Taxpayer—Read This.” Pie counter gang order to mob legislature.
  12. Copy of news article. “The National Whirligig.” Washington, by George Durno.
  13. Copy of news article. “Rep. Reilly chastizes fellow legislators.” A.P.
  14. Copy of news magazine page. “The Presidency” TIME-The Weekly Newsmagazine Vol. XXIX, No. 19, May 10, 1937.
  15. Copy of ballot. Hammond Vindicator. State Ticket, Leche for Governor.
  16. Copy of voter card. “Vote Klorer” Mayor of New Orleans (2 copies, front and back)
  17. Copy of campaign poster. “Leche Our New Governor” Louisiana Democratic Association
  18. 5 copies of pictures, 2 of which are of E.K. Long.
  19. Copy of voter card, “Vote The Home Rule Ticket.” Cleveland Dear, Governor.
  20. Copy of picture, “I bet on Leche.” (Man in wagon (Leche voter) being pulled by another (Dear voter).
  21. Copy of picture, “I bet Huey Long.” (Man in wagon (Long voter) being pulled by another (Dear voter).
  22. Copy of political cartoon, “Promises Kept.” By Trist Wood
  23. Copy of poster, “We are for Home Rule.” Dear-Sandlin for Governor/Senator
  24. Copy of political cartoon, “Off to a Good Start.” By Jimmy
  25. Copy of political cartoon, “The Army Passes in Review.” By Jimmy
  26. Copy of political cartoon, “Miss Samuella Jones In Her Latest Song.” 2 pages by Trist Wood.
  27. Notes on request made by Kurtz from, The Historic New Orleans Collection (3 pages).
  28. Log sheets from, The Historic New Orleans Collection. (3 pages).
  29. Copy of invoice for Michael Kurtz from, The Historic New Orleans Collection.
  30. Original letter to Michael Kurtz from Susan Cole, Curator of Manuscripts The Historic New Orleans Collection. June 11, 1985.

 

BOX _11_

Folder 1-Published Articles

  1. Pamphlet titled “Why Can’t Gaston Read?” two copies
  2. Pamphlet titled “deLesseps S. Morrison: Political Reformer” two copies
  3. Pamphlet titled “The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: A Historical Perspective”
  4. Pamphlet titled “Organized in Louisiana History: Myth and Reality”
  5. Two copies of The Encyclopedia of Southern History featuring articles on Demagoguery and Earl K. Long by Michael Kurtz
  6. Two copies of The Historian featuring “The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: A Historical Perspective” by Michael Kurtz
  7. Two copies of Readings in Louisiana History featuring an introduction and article titled “Earl Long’s Political Relations with the City of New Orleans: 1948-1960” by Michael Kurtz
  8. Booklet titled Modernism in Louisiana: A Decade of Progress 1930-1940 featuring an article titled “Louisiana in the 1930s: A Decade of Change” written by Michael Kurtz

 

Folder 2-Correspondence

  1. Letter from Dawson Corley and Deborah Shirley from Louisiana’s Old State Capital addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated June 16, 1991
  2. Letter from Regina R. Migues of the Louisiana Historical Association addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated June 13, 1991
  3. Letter from Regina R. Migues of the Louisiana Historical Association addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated June 27, 1991
  4. Letter from Phi Alpha Theta Vice President Thomas S. Morgan addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated July 15, 1991
  5. Letter from Harlan Davidson, Inc. Vice President and Editor-in-Chief Maureen Gilgore Hewitt addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated November 13, 1990
  6. Two copies Campus Correspondence from Dr. W. David Watts to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 24, 1991
  7. Original and copy of a letter from Southeastern Provost/Vice President Roy H. Saige addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 28, 1991
  8. Letter from James M. Woods of Georgia Southern Department of History addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 7, 1991
  9. Scanned copy of a letter sent by Rick Smith of Louisiana Public Broadcasting addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated February 18, 1986
  10. Original and scan of letter from Ginna Lee Parsons of the University of Mississippi addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated June 6, 1985
  11. Letter from Joe H. Camp Jr. of Georgia Southern Department of History addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated June 11, 1991
  12. Letter from James M. Woods of Southern Georgia Department of History addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated March 28, 1991
  13. Letter from G. Warren Smith from the University of Houston addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 9, 1984
  14. Two copies of a letter from Executive Assistant to the President at Southeastern Felix Laiche addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated September 24, 1982
  15. Letter from Harlan Davidson Jr. addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated August 6, 1985
  16. Scan of handwritten letter from Sabra Webb addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated March 14, 1984
  17. Original and scan of a letter from Louisiana Secretary of State James H. “Jim” Brown addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated April 2, 1985
  18. Two copies of a letter from Bennett H. Wall of the University of Georgia addressed to Phi Kappa Phi, dated November 1, 1985
  19. Letter from Dean of McNeese State University Joe Gray Taylor addressed to Phi Kappa Phi Committee, dated October 31 1985
  20. Two copies of a letter from University of Alabama Associate Professor Gary B. Mills addressed to Dean of the Graduate School at Southeastern Dr. Bernard Carrier, dated February 7, 1983
  21. Two copies of a letter from Southeastern Department of History and Government Head Roman Heleniak addressed to Dr. Bernard Carrier, dated February 21, 1983
  22. Two copies of a letter from Glenn R. Conrad addressed Dr. Bernard Carrier, dated February 7, 1983
  23. Letter from Grady McWhiney addressed to Dr. Bernard Carrier, dated February 8, 1983
  24. Two copies of a letter from Marie Carter of the Louisiana Board of Regents addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated March 31, 1982
  25. Letter from Dennies Cali addressed to Dr. Kurtz, includes a scan of an article from the Rocky Mountain News discussing Dr. Kurtz’s JFK assassination theory at the bottom left, no date indicated
  26. Two copies of a letter from Center for Louisiana Studies Director Glenn R. Conrad addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 12, 1982
  27. Two copies of a letter from Louisiana State Representative Donald Ray Kennard addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated August 25, 1982
  28. Two copies of a letter from Louisiana Board of Trustees for State Colleges and Universities member Edmond E. Davis Jr. addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated August 20, 1982
  29. Two copies of Campus Correspondence from Sidney J. Romero addressed to Dr. Kurtz, includes hand written congratulations at the bottom, dated April 5, 1982
  30. Two copies of a letter from Tom H. Matheny addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated October 22, 1982
  31. Two copies of a cover page and letter from Hammond Art Council Secretary Charles Congreve Carter Jr. addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated September 16, 1982
  32. Two copies of a letter from Hammond Chamber of Commerce President Carl J. Monteleone addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 24, 1982
  33. Two scans of handwritten letter from General Electric Broadcasting Company of Colorado Inc. Producer Lang Cravdall addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated August 1982
  34. Two scans of handwritten Campus Correspondence from Rick Settoon addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 11, 1982
  35. Two copies of a letter from Phi Alpha Theta International Secretary-Treasurer Donald B. Hoffman address to Southeastern President Dr. J. Larry Crain, dated January 31, 1984
  36. Two copies of a letter from The Forum Press, Inc. Managing Editor Maureen Gilgore Trobec addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated January 25, 1983
  37. Two copies of a letter from Vincent P. De Santis addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated April 6 1981
  38. Two copies of a letter from Southeastern President J. Larry Crain addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated February 10, 1982
  39. Two copies of a letter from Phi Alpha Theta Executive Secretary-Treasurer Donald B. Hoffman addressed to Southeastern President Dr. Larry Crain, dated January 29, 1982
  40. Campus Correspondence from Luther Wade to Dr. Kurtz, dated September 27, 1983
  41. Letter from member of Congress Robert L. Livingston addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated October 28, 1980
  42. Letter from Louisiana Secretary of State James H. “Jim” Brown addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated January 31, 1985
  43. Letter from Phi Alpha Theta International Secretary-Treasurer Donald B. Hoffman addressed to Dr. Kurtz, April 29, 1985
  44. Two copies of a letter from Southeastern President J. Larry Crain addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated September 27, 1982
  45. Letter from Interim Executive Director of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Henry L. Ashmore addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated March 19, 1985
  46. Two scans of a letter from Glenn R. Conrad addressed to Ms. Marilyn S. Hessler, dated March 20, 1986
  47. Letter from Louisiana Office of Tourism Assistant Secretary Bob LeBlanc addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated July 11, 1984
  48. Letter from Linda Lightfoot of the Capital News Bureau addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated June 6, 1985
  49. Two copies of a letter from The Historian editor Gerald D. Nash addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated May 27, 1982
  50. Two copies of a letter from R. Gordon Hoxie addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated August 21, 1981
  51. Letter from The Dictionary of Louisiana Biography editor Gleen R. Conrad addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated September 28, 1982
  52. Letter from Phi Alpha Theta Executive Secretary-Treasurer Donald B. Hoffman addressed to Southeastern President Larry Crain, dated January 26, 1982
  53. Two copies of a letter from University of Tennessee Press Acting Marketing Manager Jennifer M. Siler addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated January 7, 1983
  54. Two copies of a letter from University of Tennessee Press Marketing Manager Jennifer M. Siler addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated April 15, 1982
  55. Campus Correspondence from Leo P. Jones addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated March 28, 1988
  56. Two copies of a letter from General L. Kemper William Prize Committee Chairman Florence M. Jumonville addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated March 4, 1983
  57. Letter from Southeastern President J. Larry Crain addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated September 27, 1982
  58. Letter from Bennett H. Wall addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated October 3, 1990
  59. Two copies of a letter from Charlene C. Cain addressed to Dr. Michael Sartisky, dated October 10, 1990
  60. Two copies of letter from Louisiana State University Press Editor-in-Chief Margaret Fisher Dalrymple addressed to Dr. Michael Sartisky, dated October 10, 1990
  61. Two copies of a letter from Roman Heleniak addressed Dr. Michael Sartisky, dated October 11, 1990
  62. Letter from LSU Dean Jerry L. Nelson addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated April 12, 1984
  63. Letter from Attorney Barbara A. Cole addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated August 22, 1984
  64. Campus Correspondence from Dr. Luther Wade addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated September 27, 1983
  65. Letter from Phi Kappa Phi Chapter President Lou E. Ballard addressed to the National Office, dated November 22, 1985
  66. Letter from Louisiana Governor Edwin W. Edwards addressed to Dr. Kurtz, dated January 16, 1986

 

Folder 3-Reviews of Books

  1. Two copies of an article from The Time Literary Supplement, includes a review of Crime of the Century by John Sparrow
  2. Two copies of an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education featuring a review of Crime of the Century circled in pen, author not found
  3. Two copies of a review of Crime of the Century from publishers Weekly, author not found, dated February 5, 1982
  4. Two copies of a review of Crime of the Century written by Thomas Miller for the Library Journal, dated March 15, 1982
  5. Two copies of a review written for Crime of the Century written by Carson Brewer titled “Book on Kennedy is Serious Reporting,” found in the Knoxville News-Sentinel dated May 10, 1982
  6. Two copies of a review of Crime of the Century written for ht Chattanooga Times, dated June 5, 1982, author listed as “A.B.”
  7. Two copies of a review of Crime of the Century written for a University of Tennessee Publication called Torchbearer, titled “UT Press Book Outlines New Theory,” author not listed, dated Spring 1982
  8. Two copies of a review of Crime of the Century featured in a newspaper, author and newspaper name not listed
  9. Two copies of a Times-Picayune column discussing Kurtz’s theory and an upcoming radio broadcast featuring Dr. Kurtz, dated April 11, 1982
  10. Two copies of a review of Crime of the Century from the JKF Assassination Forum in Belfast, dated July 1982, author not listed
  11. Two copies of a book review of Crime of the Century written for Choice, dated September 1982, author not listed

 

Folder 4-Newspaper Articles on Dr. Kurtz

  1. Scan of a Times-Picayune article talking about Dr. Kurtz’s career, dated April 11, 1991, includes a hand written message from the editor
  2. Two copies of an article from the Denham Springs/Livingston Parish News titled “SLU prof critical of education policies,” dated April 15, 1985
  3. Two copies of an article titled “Panel trio to discuss energy dip,” no newspaper info and no date listed
  4. Two scans of a Times-Picayune article titled “Charter Forum Set by League,” dated February 1, 1979
  5. Times-Picayune article titled “Academic Historians to Meet in New Orleans,” dated January 1977
  6. Two copies of an article titled “Local candidates support school board cut,” dated September 12, 1980, no newspaper info listed
  7. Cover page titled “Inside today’s Star” with a picture of Dr. Kurtz, dated November 1978
  8. Two copies of a Lion’s Roar article titled “Jackson, Heleniak, Kurtz will address Historical Association, dated March 2, 1978
  9. Two copies of an article titled “Seven SLU educators attend state meet,” dated April 15, 1981, no newspaper info listed
  10. Two copies of an article titled “Louisiana History,” dated December 11, 1978, no newspaper info listed
  11. Article titled “SLU to honor former governor,” dated July 27, 1982, no newspaper info given
  12. Article titled “Symposium set at SLU to honor Jimmy Davis,” no date or newspaper info listed
  13. Article titled “Jimmie Davis praised,” no date or newspaper info
  14. Morning Advocate article dated September 24, 1982, no title listed
  15. Two copies of an article titled “Kurtz addresses gifted, talented students meeting,” dated March 1979, no newspaper info listed
  16. Denham Springs News article titled “SLU’s Kurtz to speak to chamber,” dated November 17, 1982
  17. Two scans of an article titled “Kurtz refutes critics, SLU faculty leader praises Crain record,” dated October 1981, no newspaper info listed
  18. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “SLU’s Dr. Kurtz appears in show,” dated November 1975
  19. Article titled “Kurtz has course set,” dated June 1977, no newspaper info listed
  20. Article discussing the massive collection of FBI files received by Sims library, includes picture of Dr. Kurtz and other staff looking through the files, no date or newspaper info listed
  21. Article titled “Dr. Kurtz’s course gets surprising attention,” dated October 1975, no newspaper info listed
  22. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “Two-night candidate forum set,” dated September 1980
  23. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “Public input issue aired by candidate,” dated September 1980
  24. Two scans of a photo from the Daily Star of Dr. Kurtz addressing a forum, dated September, 1978
  25. Two copies of an article titled “School board aspirants to face public at forums,” dated September 7, 1980, no newspaper info listed
  26. Two scans of two articles, Times-Picayune article titled “History professor will deliver speech” dated September 6, 1980, Lion’s Roar article titled “Kurtz to give speech” dated September 11, 1980
  27. Two scans of a photo of Dr. Kurtz addressing a forum with the title “Forum produces opinions of would-be office holders, the photo is dated September 1981 and the article title is dated November 1980, no newspaper info listed
  28. Article titled “Panel to discuss schools,” dated September 1979, no newspaper info listed
  29. Two copies of a Daily Star photo of Dr. Kurtz and Charles Durand, dated February 5, 1981
  30. Two copies of an article titled “School board candidates address forum tonight,” dated September 11, 1980
  31. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “Moore to lecture SLU students,” dated November 27, 1981
  32. Two copies of an article titled “’Noon Series’ is next week, includes a photo of Dr. Kurtz and other staff, dated July 1977, no newspaper info listed
  33. Two copies of a photo of Dr. Kurtz at Camp Moore, dated October 1979, no newspaper info listed
  34. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “School board race forums set,” includes a photo of Dr. Kurtz addressing a forum, dated September 21, 1981
  35. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “Kurtz offers ideas on proposed charter,” dated October 19, 1978
  36. Two copies of a photo of Dr. Kurtz judging a science fair, dated March 1978, no newspaper info listed
  37. Two copies of a two page Daily Star article titled “Reduced standards hurting education, Kurtz says,” dated March 30, 1978
  38. Two copies of an article titled “UDC have guest speak,” dated October 1977, no newspaper info listed
  39. Two copies of an article titled “Panel discussion on canal slated,” dated October 1979, no newspaper info listed
  40. Two copies of an article titled “SLU hosts governor hopeful,” dated September 1979, no newspaper info listed
  41. Two copies of an article titled “Kurtz heads faculty senate,” dated September 1981, no newspaper info listed    
  42. Article titled “SLU sponsors search for area biographies,” dated 1981, no newspaper info listed
  43. Two copies of a Louisiana History newsletter featuring a photo of Dr. Kurtz, dated May 1984
  44. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “Kurtz gets SLU research award,” dated April 27, 1983
  45. Two copies of an article titled “Kurtz to present paper,” dated September 1979, no newspaper info listed
  46. Two copies of an article titled “Kurtz to present Kennedy paper,” dated November 1977, no newspaper info listed
  47. Daily Star article titled “Kurtz paper set for talk,” dated February 4, 1979
  48. Article titled “Kurtz’ article included in book,” dated September 1978, no newspaper info listed
  49. Daily Star article titled “SLU collects historical items,” dated August 27, 1982
  50. Daily Star article titled “Early release main issue,” dated October 1980, some of the article is cut off
  51. Crossroads Spokesmen paper from governor Jim Davis, dated February 18 1976
  52. Scans of two different newspaper announcements discussing a radio show featuring Dr. Kurtz, dated February 13, 1976 and February, 20, 1976
  53. Article titled “Kurtz speaks on energy to parish homemakers,” dated September 1978, no newspaper info listed
  54. Daily Star article titled “Discussion raps proposed,” some of the title is cut off, dated December 1979
  55. Daily Star photo of Dr. Kurtz showing a collection to SLU Lab school teachers, dated August 27, 1982
  56. Lion’s Roar article titled “Kurtz article to be published,” dated September 3, 1981

 

Folder 5-“America According to Literature” miscellaneous

  1. Letter from St. Tammy Parish Library to Dr. Kurtz, also includes a small calendar slip
  2. Tammany Picayune article titled “History program scheduled,” dated October 4, 1990
  3. Tammany Farmer article titled “History Series At Covington Branch Library,” dated October 18, 1990
  4. Two copies of a pamphlet detailing the “America According to Literature: The 20th Century” series
  5. Tammany News Banner article titled “American history series begins tomorrow at Covington Library,” dated October 10, 1990
  6. Two page The Picayune article titled “Free class explore 20th century literature, dated October 11, 1990
  7. Tammany Community Calendar detailing when the “America through Literature” series, dated October 17, 1990
  8. Folder containing a letter to Dr. Kurtz and twenty-one audience evaluation sheets

 

Folder 6-Organized Crime in Louisiana History Manuscripts

  1. Two manuscript copies of Organized Crime in Louisiana: Myth and Reality by Dr. Kurtz

 

Folder 7-JFK Theory reviews

  1. The Daily Reveille article titled “Evidence Meager to Support Oswald’s Guilt, Says Expert,” dated January 29, 1981
  2. The Daily Reveille article titled “Shattered Bullets: Kennedy Assassination Expert Casts Doubts on Commission Finding,” dated January 28, 1981
  3. Morning Advocate article titled “Kennedy class offered at SLU,” dated July 18, 1991
  4. Statesboro Herald article titled “History professor speaks on JFK assassination, possible conspiracy, dated April 26, 1991
  5. Two page article titled “Who shot Kennedy? Professor’s book offers insight,” no date or newspaper info listed
  6. Two copies of a Memphis Commercial Appeal article titled “New Book Claims Slaying of Kennedy A Conspiracy,” dated March 5, 1982
  7. Two copies of an Observer article titled “ ‘Conspirators killed JFK’ says new UT Press book,” dated April 27, 1982
  8. Two copies of a New York Times review of Crime of the Century, dated June 11, 1982
  9. Two copies of a Chattanooga News-Free Press article titled “Crime of the Century Theory, Book Claims 4 Kennedy Gunmen,” dated March 5 1982
  10. Two copies of an article titled “A new JFK assassination theory, President was slain by conspirators who escaped, book says,” dated march 11 1982, no newspaper info given other than “California newspaper” in the top right corner
  11. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “Kurtz: Too many doubts on JFK,” dated April 5, 1977
  12. Two copies of a Kentwood newspaper article titled “Dr. Michael Kurtz asks: “Who shot the president in” (title cuts off here), dated April 1980
  13. Article titled “Dr. Kurtz’s course gets surprising attention,” dated October 1975, no newspaper info listed
  14. Two copies of an article titled “JFK assassination to be subject of talk,” dated March 1977, no newspaper info listed
  15. Two copies of a New Orleans State Item article titled “Exhume Kennedy, historian urges,” dated November 1977
  16. Two copies of a Times-Picayune article titled “Conspiracy killed JFK, SLU professor writes,” dated March 28, 1982
  17. Two copies of a Tammany News Banner article titled “Researcher not sure Oswald killed John Kennedy in 1963,” dated February 8, 1981
  18. Article titled “Sims first to get FBI’s Kennedy documents,” no date or newspaper info listed
  19. Letter from Dennis Cali addressed to Dr. Kurtz, includes a scan of a newspaper review of Crime of the Century from Rocky Mountain News, dated March 5, 1982
  20. Daily Star article titled “Kennedy probe updated, dated February 16, 1983
  21. Times-Picayune article titled “Oswald Activities in N.O. Examined by Historian,” dated March 6, 1980
  22. Article titled “Kurtz questions findings of investigation,” dated November 1978, no newspaper info listed
  23. Two copies of a Standard Examiner article titled “President Kennedy, ‘killed in crossfire,’” dated March 5, 1982
  24. Article titled “Kurtz has shocking conclusion,” no date or newspaper info listed

 

Folder 8-Huey Long newspaper articles

  1. Times-Picayune article titled “Remembrances,” dated August 28, 1985
  2. Two copies of a Daily Star article titled “SLU begins Longs conference tonight,” dated September 8, 1985
  3. Two copies of an article titled “Veteran journalists swap Long stories,” no date or newspaper info listed
  4. Two copies of a Times-Picayune article titled “Remembering Huey Long,” dated September 8, 1985

 

Folder 9-Various curriculum vitae

  1. The most recent copy of Dr. Kurtz’s curriculum vitae
  2. Two copies of an earlier version of Dr. Kurtz’s curriculum vitae
  3. A Phi Kapp Phi Scholar award nomination form, includes a list of Dr. Kurtz’s various positions and accomplishments
  4. Two copies of an earlier version of Dr. Kurtz’s curriculum vitae

 

Folder 10-Jim Garrison/Clay Shaw articles

  1. States-Item article titled “The Shaw case: finis?” dated November 22, 1972
  2. Article titled “Court denies Garrison plea,” dated November 21, 1972, no newspaper info listed
  3. States-Item article titled “Quality of justice,” dated February 5, 1971
  4. Article titled “’This Is a Dangerous Thing’ Shaw Decries DA’s Fund,” dated November 21, 1972, no newspaper info listed
  5. Article titled “The Death of Clay Shaw,” dated April 1975, no newspaper info listed
  6. Times-Picayune article titled “Clay Shaw Will Go Ahead with $5 Million Lawsuit,” no date listed
  7. Scan of a handwritten note discussing the Garrison case, most likely written by Dr. Kurtz
  8. Times-Picayune article titled “Capt. Soule Allegedly Got $750 Payoff Each Month, dated July 7, 1971
  9. Times-Picayune article titled “Boasberg Quoted as Saying Callery Authored Deal,” includes a transcript of a conversation between two men named Boasberg and Gervais, dated July 6, 1971
  10. States-Item article titled “Affidavit Text” includes a transcript of a conversation between Gervais and Soule, dated July 9, 1971
  11. Times-Picayune article titled “Judge refuses to stop T-P series on Affidavit,” dated July 7, 1971
  12. Article titled “Judge Issues Stay Order Against Officers’ Arrest,” no date or newspaper info listed
  13. States-Item article titled “Wallace ‘one Soft on Policies,’ Alabama Segregationist Says,” dated March 14, 1972
  14. Times-Picayune article titled “Police Captain Apologized for Hit, Says Affidavit,” dated July 9, 1971
  15. Times-Picayune article titled “Soule Explained ‘Hit’-Report,” no date listed
  16. States Item article titled “The Government’s Case: VIII: Pinball Payoff Affidavit Text,” dated September 9, 1971
  17. Times-Picayune article titled “Gervais Framed Me—Garrison,” dated July 6, 1971
  18. Times-Picayune article titled “Hearing Today on Action of DA to Arrest Officials,” dated July 8, 1971
  19. Times-Picayune article titled “Affidavit Alleges Callery Put Together Payoff Deal,” dated July 6, 1971
  20. Times-Picayune article titled “Gervais Initiated Frame-Garrison,” dated July 6, 1971
  21. Article titled “Splicing of Tapes Said to Blame,” no date or newspaper info listed
  22. Times-Picayune article titled “Garrison names Klein assistant,” dated July 9, 1971
  23. Times-Picayune article titled “Boasberg Bitter, Affidavit Says,” dated July 5, 1971

 

Folder 11-JKF Assassination newspaper articles

  1. Multi-paged article by Jerry Policoff titled “That Were,” no date or newspaper info listed
  2. States Item article titled “Dallas, 1963-The Death Shot is Still Heard,” dated November 22, 1972
  3. Scans from the book Six Seconds in Dallas by Josiah Thompson discussing the bullet wounds of JFK
  4. Courier-Journal article titled “Author claims Oswald innocent in assassination,” dated March 11, 1976
  5. Courier-Journal article titled “Warren Commission talk of Oswald link to FBI reported,” dated May 18, 1975
  6. Times-Picayune article titled “Still Sift JFK, Lincoln, Caesar Assassinations,” dated May 24, 1975
  7. States-Item article titled “The ‘kooks’: Assassination-politics of publicity?” dated October, 1975
  8. Two copies of a Christian Science Monitor article titled “Who assassinated John Kennedy? dated April 24, 1975
  9. Washington Star article titled “2 Defectors Offered CIA Reports on Oswald,” dated March 22, 1976
  10. Atlanta Journal article titled “4,000 Tipped Scale to Young,” dated January 25, 1973
  11. Esquire article titled “You all know me! I’m Jack Ruby!” by Garry Wills and Ovid Demaris, dated in May no year listed
  12. Times-Picayune article titled “Oswald Aided, Says Coroner,” dated August 27, 1972
  13. Scan from the book Presumed Guilty by Howard Roffman discussing JFK’s head wounds
  14. Times-Picayune article titled “Ben Cohn Estate Valued in Court,” dated July 2, 1971
  15. Times-Picayune article titled “District Attorney’s Office Gets Trapolin Statement,” dated July 9, 1971
  16. Baton Rouge Advocate article titled “The Plot to Kill the President: A Challenge to the Warren Report,” dated November 16, 1980
  17. Article titled “Doctor Rejects DA’s JFK Idea,” dated January 10, 1972, no newspaper info listed
  18. The Daily Rag article with a cut off title “…Attracts Varied types,” no date listed
  19. Midnight article titled “Disclosed for the first Time: JFK’s Personal Diary,” dated February 14, 1972, no newspaper info listed
  20. Aladdin article titled “John F. Kennedy Still Alive in Guared Dallas Hospital Room: Jackie Visits Hospital 340 Times, Shuns Grave,” dated March 30, 1969
  21. Midnight article titled “2 Chance Photos Show JFK Alive on Skorpios,” dated October 18, 1971
  22. Courier Journal & Times article titled “Imposter possibly had Oswald’s papers, Hoover warned,” dated February 23, 1975
  23. Times-Union and Journal article titled “As JFK Murder Data is Unlocked, 1-Assassin Theory Attacked Again,” dated November 11, 1973
  24. Times-Picayune article titled “McCloy Sure Oswald Acted Alone,” dated July 21, 1975
  25. Times-Picayune article titled “Warren Commission Report More Credible Than Lane,” dated June 5, 1975
  26. Christian Science Monitor article titled “New JFK assassination probe?” dated March 3, 1975
  27. The Sunday Evening Post article titled “A Plot to Kill Kennedy? Rush to Judgment in New Orleans,” no date listed

 

Folder 12-JFK Assassination sources

  1. Map of the Dallas motorcade and point where JFK was shot, taken from Who Killed President John F. Kennedy? Why? How? by Richard E. Sprague
  2. Scan of an autopsy of JFK’s head and body wound, no source info listed
  3. Scan of JFK’s head and the bullets used to kill him, no source info listed
  4. Paper titled Lee Harvey Oswald: Sections Eleven-Twenty presented to Dr. Kurtz by Pam Burchfield, dated April 1987, includes data about Lee Harvey Oswald
  5. Scan of a transcript titeld “Testimony of Dr. Robert Roeder Shaw, Dr. Francis Gregory, Gov. John Bowden Connally Jr., and Mrs. Hohn Bowden Connally Jr.” includes handwritten notes: page 104 regarding a statement about a bullet wound “Isn’t this large for an entrance wound of a 6.5 mm bullet?” page 112 regarding Commission Exhibit 399 “This is the Whole Bullet” page 113 section circled with red pen “Do you agree with this?” page 114 regarding statements from Dr. Shaw and Mr. Specter “Do you agree?” page 124 “Could Gov. Connally still hold his hat in his hand after receiving this wound?” page 127 regarding a marked section “Do you agree?”
  6. Various letters regarding Oswald and the JFK Assassination, one letter between J. Lee Rankin and J. Edgar Hoover is marked with red ink
  7. Article titled “The Continuing Inquiry” discussing Joseph A, Milteer, no date or newspaper info listed

 

Folder 13-Earl K. Long book reviews

  1. Letter from the American National Biography address to Dr. Kurtz about a manuscript about Earl Long, dated July 29, 1991
  2. Scan of two photos of Dr. Kurtz, both photos include text discussing his Earl Long biography
  3. Enterprise article titled “Kurtz’s book is a winner,” dated April 10, 1991
  4. Louisiana History review of Earl K. Long
  5. Shreveport Journal article titled “Earl Long book reads better than fiction,” dated November 9, 1990
  6. LLA Bulletin featuring a review of Earl K. Long, dated Fall 1990
  7. North Carolina Historical Review review of Earl K. Long, dated October 1990
  8. Daily Town Talk article titled “Morgan Peoples authors book about Earl K. Long, dated January 19, 1991
  9. New York Review article titled “That’s Earl, folks!” dated February 14, 1991
  10. Morning Advocate article titled “Anthropology and fiction make interesting mix” review of Earl K. Long included in bottom right corner, dated April 7, 1991
  11. Shreveport Journal article titled “A rode for LSU Press,” dated March 1, 1991
  12. Journal of American History review of K. Long, dated March 1991
  13. Book Review Digest review of Earl K. Long, dated March 1991
  14. Times-Picayune article titled “1990: One for the books,” dated December 30, 1990

 

Folder 14-Class material

  1. Flyer for History 414 the Kennedy Assassination class for Spring 1987
  2. Letter from Dr. Kurtz to Roman Heleniak discussing a list of accomplishments for the 1990-1991 academic year
  3. 1986 Excellence in Teaching award application
  4. Application for transfer of Graduate Credit from Lulrick Balzora
  5. Class grade list for Reid W. Rouche
  6. Department of History and Government curriculum sheet for Germaine Vosbein
  7. A list of prospective Graduate assistants for Summer/Fall 1991
  8. Instructor evaluations for Dr. Kurtz, dated May 1, 1991
  9. Transcript for Germaine Vosbein
  10. Class roll for GOVT 201 dated January 17, 1991
  11. Various papers from Ally Harrell
  12. Book review of The Glory and the Dream by William Manchester, given to Dr. Kurtz for HIST 602 on April 24, 1986

 

Folder 15-Miscellaneous

  1. Small memorandum from Judy Couvillion stating “for your information”
  2. Notice from Southeastern regarding a registration appointment
  3. Pamphlet titled “History, but What Do I Do With It?” by Dr. Donald B. Hoffman
  4. Announcement regarding the “Modernism in Louisiana: A Decade of Progress 1930-1940” set for May6-June 3, 1984
  5. Times-Picayune featuring a section on Dr. Kurtz and the Earl K. Long book, dated April 11, 1991, includes handwritten message next to Kurtz’s photo
  6. Two booklets titled “Division of Research Programs” from the National Endowment for the Humanities, dated July 1990
  7. A letter from the University of Mississippi inviting Dr. Kurtz to a book signing
  8. Times-Picayune article titled “To the Point, Says Student Here Realists, Well Aware” date July 10, 1971
  9. Christian Science Monitor article titled “The gun lobby prevailed” dated February 3, 1973
  10. Courier-Journal article titled “The New Orleans violence: Could it have been aborted?” dated January 15, 1973
  11. Christian Science Monitor article titled “Guns in the streets” dated February 3, 1973
  12. States-Item article titled “More Bremers growing among the lost children” dated August 10, 1972
  13. Letter from American National Biography from Matthew E. Van Atta to Dr. Kurtz
  14. Two copies of an agreement form between Dr. Kurtz and the American Council of Learned Societies
  15. Miscellaneous papers regarding the American National Biography
  16. Southeastern newsletter dated October 17, 1990
  17. Campus correspondence from Dr. W. David Watts dated May 2, 1991, includes blank release form
  18. Two copies of an application for a cover sheet to the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities
  19. Release request form filled out by Dr. Kurtz, dated Summer 1991
  20. Two copies of the itinerary for the 1981 60th Anniversary International Convention of Phi Alpha Theta
  21. Letter from the Hammond Arts Council to Dr. Kurtz
  22. Two copies of an events calendar featuring a talk from Dr. Kurtz

 

Folder 16-Robert Kennedy assassination newspaper articles

  1. Times-Picayune article titled “Only One Gun Used in RFK Death-Panel” dated October 7, 1975
  2. New York Post article titled “The Death of RFK” dated May 23, 1975

   

BOX _12

Folder 1 – Issues of Continuing Inquiry from 1976-1980

  1. 1, Issue 1, Aug. 22, 1976
  2. 1, Issue 2. Sept. 22, 1976.
  3. 1, Issue 3. Oct. 22, 1976.
  4. 1, Issue 4. Nov. 22, 1976.
  5. 1, Issue 5. Dec. 22, 1976.
  6. 1, Issue 6. Jan. 22, 1977.
  7. 1, Issue 7. Feb. 22, 1977.
  8. 1, Issue 8. Mar. 22, 1977.
  9. 2, Issue 4. April 22, 1977.
  10. 5, Issue 4. Nov. 22, 1980.

 

Folder 2 – Student Opinion of Teaching Forms from 1987-1990

  1. History 414 S.O.Ts, Spring 1990
  2. History 600 S.O.Ts, Fall 1990
  3. History 202 S.O.Ts, Fall 1990
  4. Envelope containing S.O.Ts from:
    1. History 601, Fall 1987
    2. History 600, Spring 1988
    3. History 413, Spring 1989
    4. History 601, Spring 1989

 

Folder 3 – Various photos of Huey P. Long

5 x 7 photographs:

  1. Long about to mount a train
  2. Long posing behind a bar while making a drink
  3. Long posing with woman (wife?) on wooden platform.
  4. Front page of the Morning Advocate announcing Long’s death
  5. Photo of Long in the middle of a conversation
  6. Long sitting in attendance at Louisiana State Capitol building
  7. Long standing on a wooden platform campaigning
  8. Long posing in front of a train full of military recruits
  9. Long posing with a crowd of children in front of a banner that says “ Thanks Gov. Long For Free Text Books!”
  10. Long sitting on a wooden chair outside eating watermelon
  11. Photo of Long in the middle of a speech

 

10 x 8 photographs:

  1. Long and family on porch swing
  2. Photo of Carl Weiss
  3. Long sitting on a wooden chair outside, eating watermelon
  4. Long standing on a wooden platform campaigning
  5. Front page of the Morning Advocate announcing Long’s death
  6. Diagram of Long’s shooting and the movements leading up to it
  7. Photo of Long with other state officials
  8. Photo of Long’s funeral procession
  9. Photo of Long and family gathered around a piano
  10. Photo of Long waving
  11. Photo of Long giving an animated speech
  12. Long laughing while giving a speech
  13. Long posing for photo before boarding a train
  14. Long posing in front of a train full of military recruits
  15. Photo of Long in cap and gown
  16. Photo of Long posing behind a bar while making a drink
  17. Long posing with a crowd of children in front of a banner that says “ Thanks Gov. Long For Free Text Books!”
  18. Collage of multiple negatives of the photos above
  19. Negatives of Long photos

 

Folder 4 – Various Academic Records

  1. History 201 & 202 make-up exams
  2. Course Outlines and Examinations, courses include:
    1. 201
    2. 202
    3. 413
    4. 414
    5. 425
    6. 620
    7. 698
  3. SELU College of Arts and Sciences, Newsletter, Vol. I, Issue 7. Dated Feb. 25,1991.
  4. Copy of SREB Test Results: American History, office of Academic Programs. Nov. 1987.
  5. ‘Association of College Honor Societies’ Pamphlets, copy attached to original.

 

Folder 5 – Times-Picayune Articles from 1971-1990

  1. Metro section dated Dec. 4, 1990.
  2. Article entitled “Hearing Today on Action of DA to Arrest Officials” dated July 8,1971.
  3. Article entitled “Soule Explained ‘Hit’ Report” dated July 9, 1971
  4. Article entitled “Affidavit Says Boasberg Alleged Garrison Backing” dated July 4, 1971
  5. Article entitled “Ben Cohn Estate Valued in Court” dated July2, 1971
  6. Article entitled “District Attorney’s Office Gets Trapolin Statement” dated July 9, 1971
  7. Article entitled “Garrison Named Klein Assistant” dated July 9, 1971
  8. Article entitled “Judge Issues Stay Order Against Officers’ Arrests” dated July 9, 1971
  9. Article entitled “Judge Refused To Stop T-P Series on Affidavit” dated July 7, 1971
  10. Article entitled “U.S Affidavit” dated July 5, 1971
  11. Article entitled “Capt. Soule Allegedly Got $750 Payoff Each Month” dated July 7, 1971
  12. Article entitled “ Boasberg Bitter, Affidavit Say” dated 1971
  13. Article entitled “Gervas Initiated Frame—Garrison” dated July 6, 1971
  14. Article entitled “President Kennedy’s Death A Moment Frozen In Readers’ Histories” dated Nov. 22, 1980
  15. Article entitled “Court Denies Garrison Plea” dated Nov. 21, 1972
  16. Article entitled “Clay Shaw Hits DA’s ‘Insolence” dated Feb. 19, 1973
  17. Article entitled “Clay Shaw Will Go Ahead with Five Million Lawsuit” dated Nov.22, 1972
  18. Article entitled “Oswald Aided, Says Coroner” dated Aug. 27, 1972
  19. Article entitled “Affidavit Says Boasberg Bitter at Payoff Amount” dated July 5, 1971

 

Folder 6 – States-Item and NationalEnquirer Articles ranging from 1971-1979

  1. National Enquirer paper headlined “ JFK Was Killed By A Russian Agent” dated May 4, 1976
  2. National Enquirer article titled “Cult Leader Is No. 1 Suspect in JFK Assassination” dated Jan. 23, 1979
  3. National Enquirer article titled “How Secret Report on JFK Death Links Oswald & Ruby to Mobsters” dated July 1979
  4. States-Item article titled “Shaw Decries DA’s Fund” dated Nov. 21, 1972
  5. States-Item article titled “Doctor Rejects DA’s JFK Idea” dated Jan. 10, 1972
  6. States-Item article titled “The Shaw Case: Finis?” dated Nov. 22, 1972
  7. States-Item article titled “Dallas, 1963—The Death Shot Is Still Heard” dated Nov. 22 1972
  8. States-Item article titled “Quality of Justice” dated Feb.5, 1971
  9. States-Item article titled “Wallace ‘Gone Soft on Policies,’ Alabama Segregationist Says” dated March 14, 1972
  10. States-Item article titled “More Bremers growing among the lost children” dated Aug. 10, 1972
  11. States-Item article titled “Pinball Payoff Affidavit” dated Jan. 9, 1971
  12. States-Item article titled “Russian coverup about Oswald bared by panel” dated July 25, 1979

 

 

Folder 7 – Various Newspaper Articles Ranging from 1971-1981

  1. Times-Picayune article titled “Conspiracy killed JFK, SLU professor writes” dated march 28, 1982
  2. TIME Magazine article titled “In Ohio: Rescue from an Icy Island” dated Feb. 16, 1981
  3. The Christian Science Monitor article titled “U.S. District Court judge delays Shaw perjury trial” dated Feb. 3, 1971
  4. Parade article titled “Two Oswalds? Not So, Says Lee’s Wife” dated Jan. 20, 1980
  5. Article titled “Attorney Lane Plans to Defend N.O. Bar Owner”.
  6. Article titled “Justice Panel to Probe Assassination of JFK” dated Jan.6, 1980
  7. Courier-Journal article titled “The New Orleans violence: Could it have been aborted?” Jan. 15, 1973
  8. Article titled “Lindbergh conspiracy told anew”.
  9. Article titled “Guns in the streets” dated Feb. 3, 1973
  10. The Daily Reveille paper headlined with “SGA Impeaches VP—Maybe” dated Jan. 29, 1981
  11. Sunday Advocate paper headlined “Film Taken Before JFK Killing May Show Two People In Window” dated Nov. 26, 1978
  12. State-Times article titled “Book Traces Source, Origin of Orleans Territory Laws” dated April 20, 1972
  13. Alexandria Daily Town Talk article titled “A ‘Tournament of Scholars’” dated April 23, 1972

 

Folder 8 – President John F. Kennedy Assassination Research Materials

  1. Correspondence to Dave Hawkins from The Collector’s Archives in Beaconsfield, Canada
  2. Packet from The Collector’s Archives in Beaconsfield, Canada containing:
    • 19 photo copied pages of the Archive’s collections inventory lists.
  3. Kurtz, Michael L.“The Medical and Ballistics Evidence in the Assassination of President Kennedy: A Matter of Reasonable Doubt”.
  4. Typed transcript of “The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald” by Bruce Gevirtzman
  5. Copies of an article about famous political leaders assassinations
  6. National Archives Pamphlet dated April 1990
  7. National Archives Pamphlet dated March 1990

 

Folder 9 – Various Correspondences

  1. G. Warren Smith concerning ‘Smith vs. Budget’ case
  2. Glenn R. Conrad from Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association
  3. Maureen G. Hewitt from Harlan Davidson Inc.
  4. Charlene Cain concerning ‘LEH Planning Grant’

 

Folder 10 – Material concerning Earl K. Long

  1. Basic Blueprints of Louisiana State Capitol and Grounds
  2. The New York Review of Books “That’s Earl Folks”, Nicholas Lemann. Feb. 14, 1991.
  3. Correspondence between Ronald Cole of SLU and James Hall of FBI concerning the release of information about Earl K. Long

 

BOX _13

Folder 1- JFK

  1. The Third Decade editorial, November 1984
  2. CD labeled “Presumed Guilty”
  3. Baton Rouge Advocate article titled “The Plot to Kill the President: A Challenge to the Warren Report” November 16, 1980
  4. Paper discussing the JFK assassination, no author listed
  5. The Enterprise article titled “Kennedy assassination study published by SLU teacher, February 12, 1981
  6. Letter titled “Single Bullet Theory,” no author listed

 

Folder 2-Huey Long

  1. 61 Bullets project pamphlet
  2. Paper titled “Hodding Carter: Longism and Racism” no author listed
  3. Times Picayune, “Shooting down a theory: Long’s Killer was Weiss, probe finds” June 6, 1992
  4. Newspaper article, “State police probe finds Weiss fired single shot that killed Huey P. Long”
  5. Baton Rouge Advocate, “State judge to allow test firing of Weiss gun” October 29, 1991
  6. Baton Rouge Advocate, “Officials begin inventory of folders in Long’s murder probe” September 28, 1991
  7. Houston Chronicle, “Police close inquiry into Kingfish killing” June 6, 1992
  8. Report from Ed Reed on the final investigation of Huey Long’s assassination, June 15, 1992
  9. Letter from Marlin A. Flores to Mabel Guerre Binnings, September 12, 1991
  10. Paper titled “Feature article captions
  11. Paper titled “Challenging History: the Long Assassination Revisited”
  12. Morning Advocate, “Officials finish cataloging Long assassination material” November 1 1991
  13. Times-Picayune, “New report doesn’t clear up Long assassination” no date
  14. Louisiana Department of Public Safety report on Long investigation 1992, two copies
  15. Louisiana State Police final investigation report, June 5, 1992, two copies
  16. Newspaper article titled “Huey Long death was accidental, 1936 ruling says” no date
  17. Transcript discussing Huey Long’s assassination from a news report
  18. The Mail Tribune, “[P]robe reopens Kingfish’s death” October 13 1991
  19. Letter from Julian Battaile to Captain Ronnie Jones October 15 1991
  20. Papers from Dr. Carl A. Weiss Jr., 1991
  21. Morning Advocate, “Investigators test-fire alleged Long murder weapon” November 8, 1991
  22. Times-Picayune, “Smoking files: Long’s assassin may turn up” no date, two copies
  23. Carl Weiss Jr. vs. Mable Guerre Binnings Civil district court
  24. Restraining order issued to Mable Binnings
  25. Handwritten notes discussing Huey Long’s death
  26. Letter from Marlin Flores to Mabel Binnings
  27. Handwritten notes on Long’s death
  28. Affidavit of Principal on Dr. Carl Weiss Jr.
  29. Writ of sequestration, Dr. Carl Weiss Jr. vs. Mable Binnings
  30. Court files on Weiss Jr. vs. Binnings
  31. Record inventory on Huey Long sources
  32. Congressional record excerpts about Huey Long, September 10, 1985
  33. Letter from Browning to James Starrs, May 5, 1986
  34. Letter about the serial number on Weiss’s handgun, James Starrs to Robert Nondonfaz two copies
  35. Letter from J. Edgar Hoover to L.J. Guerre, two copies
  36. Photos of the Browning automatic pistol
  37. Letter from L.F. Guerre to J. Edgar Hoover, October 16, 1935
  38. Photo of the murder weapon used in Long’s assassination
  39. Crime lab results of samples taken from the capital building, February 4, 1991
  40. Preliminary report from the 1991 Long investigation
  41. Crime lab information from the Louisiana Department of Public Safety
  42. Photos from crime scene at the capital building and the investigation

 

Folder 3-Earl Long sources

  1. Various newspaper articles and photos on/of Earl Long
  2. Anonymous letter to Attorney General Frank Murphy, July 25, 1939
  3. The Times, “Blanche belittles Earl’s fling with Blaze, December 14, 1989
  4. FBI file discussing Earl Long, April 16, 1941
  5. File about Earl Long’s income tax, April 29, 1952
  6. Income tax file addressed to Commissioner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, May 10, 1952
  7. Shreveport Times, “Long charges Rainach Trying to Aid McSween” September 10, 1958
  8. Houston Chronicle, “Long Admitted to LA Clinic” June 18, 1959
  9. Evening Star, “11 Lawyers to ask Long’s Release Today” June 26, 1959
  10. Letter from C.A. Evans to Rosen, June 23, 1959
  11. Letter about Earl Long in Texas, June 25, 1959
  12. Letter from C.D. DeLoach to Tolson, June 12, 1959
  13. File discussing the Kenner Corporation, no date
  14. Crime survey letterhead, January 13, 1951
  15. General crime conditions-Lake Charles no date
  16. Letter from R. J. Miles to Rosen, June 14, 1959
  17. Washington Daily News, “Gov. Long is charged with ‘unauthorized flight’” June 4, 1959
  18. New York Journal-American, “Gov. Long Insists on Running Again” June 12, 1959
  19. Washington Post, “Long in Plea says He was Drugged Taken to Texas Tied Hand and Foot” June 13, 1959
  20. New York Herald Tribune, “Someone Put Up $250,000, Long Avers” June 15, 1959
  21. Evening Star, “Long Insists on Seeking Reelection, Friend Says” June 12, 1959
  22. Times-Picayune, “Whether Long Can Take Over on Return Unsettled” June 17, 1959
  23. Evening Star, “Gov. Long Back in Louisiana, Confined to a Hospital Room” June 18, 1959
  24. Houston Press, “Long Turns Down Chance to Testify” June 15, 1959
  25. States-Item, “Gov. Long Won’t Testify in Battle for Freedom” includes photos, June 15, 1959
  26. Excerpt from crime survey
  27. New Orleans Tribune, “Heads expected to fall in Long defeat reprisals” March 4, 1940
  28. Letter to Attorney General Frank Murphy June 12, 1939
  29. Letter to Attorney General Frank Murphy from L. J. Raphael August 4, 1939
  30. Crime survey excerpt
  31. Crime survey New Orleans, October 15, 1949
  32. Report on the Communist Party, April 19, 1953
  33. Attorney General Frank Murphy letterhead
  34. FBI letter, July 19, 1939
  35. 1949 Crime Survey
  36. General Investigative Intelligence report, May 15, 1959
  37. Crime Survey New Orleans, June 15, 1951
  38. Crime Survey New Orleans, July 14, 1950
  39. Crime Survey New Orleans April 15, 1948 (general crime conditions)
  40. Letter from SAC Sackett to Rene A. Viosca, August 31, 1934
  41. Note on crime survey
  42. Magnolia Park note
  43. Letter from Price to Rosen, September 19, 1956
  44. Letter to Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service
  45. Letter to Attorney General
  46. FBI File, August 20, 1940
  47. File on Earl Long
  48. Crime Survey New Orleans, April 15, 1948
  49. FBI file on “political tie-ups with organized crime”
  50. Copy of a section from The Last of the Red Hot Poppas
  51. Houston Chronicle, “Gov. Long is Ordered into Court” June 14, 1959
  52. Washington Post, “Long Alleges $250,000 Plot Payoff” July 22, 1959
  53. States-Item, “Draw Court Rebuke for Interrupting” June 15, 1959
  54. Houston Chronicle, “Lawyer May Concede Long is Mentally Ill” June 15, 1959
  55. States-Item, “Hospital Here Prepares for Gov. Long’s Arrival” June 16, 1959
  56. Washington Post, “Long Rules State from Hospital” June 19, 1959
  57. Houston Post, “Ruling on Long’s Plea is Delayed” June 16, 1959
  58. Excerpt from Crime Survey on Earl Long
  59. Note from W. L. Atwood
  60. States-Item, “Long Getting Costello Aid-Grevemberg” December 15, 1955
  61. States-Item, “State Police Policy Confusing” includes satire photo, December 10, 1958
  62. Letter from Jones to Nichols on USA Confidential March 21, 1952
  63. Letter from O. J. Keep to Rosen, January 31, 1950
  64. States-Item, “Coci Ridicules Church Fight on Gambling, Probers Told” March 25, 1959
  65. Copy of a section of USA Confidential by Jack Lait and Lee Mortimer
  66. States-Item, “Earl Long’s Altruism” January 23, 1957
  67. FBI file excerpt
  68. States-Item, “Reveal Chep Wiretap Data Went to Long” October 3, 1956
  69. Letter to Rosen
  70. Newspaper article, “Jefferson Gambling Continues”
  71. Times-Picayune, “Long verifies income query” May 15, 1959
  72. Monroe Morning World, “Long Says He’s Target of Special FBI Inquiry” May 14, 1959
  73. Times-Picayune, “New Orleans Crime Commission ‘Overdoing,’ Long Says” April 23, 1958
  74. States-Item, “Long Makes Apology to Crime Group” May 7, 1958
  75. Crime survey on bribery
  76. Jefferson Parish gambling file
  77. States-Item, “Hard to Suppress Gambling-Long” August 12, 1958
  78. Times-Picayune, “Suppress Gaming Long, Brown Told” December 11, 1958
  79. Times-Picayune, “Gaming Continues Brisk in Jefferson” December 29, 1958
  80. Letter from Price to Rosen, May 8, 1956
  81. FBI file on Long, May 10, 1956
  82. States-Item, “Say Long Heard Wiretap” October 3, 1956
  83. States-Item, “Long Decline Comment About Wiretap Incident” October 4, 1956
  84. Times-Picayune, “Tapped Data Heard by Long, Court Told” October 4, 1956
  85. Times-Picayune, “Long comments on Wiretapping” January 9, 1957
  86. States-Item, “Long uses insurance as ‘plum’” October 12, 1956
  87. FBI file on Long, May 3, 1956
  88. Letter from Price to Rosen, May 3, 1956
  89. “Brief on Federal Intervention in Organized Gambling” January 22, 1951
  90. Note about Earl Long report in Washington Post
  91. Memo to Attorney General regarding Long
  92. Memo to A. H. Belmont
  93. Crime survey on gambling
  94. Memo to Attorney General
  95. Letter from Sullivan to Belmont on Long’s possible reelection, April 19, 1959
  96. Letter from Irwin to Gremillion, June 10, 1959
  97. Memo from Jones to Deloach, June 12, 1959

 

Folder 4- J. Edgar Hoover Correspondence on Earl Long

  1. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, January 8, 1957
  2. Memo to Hoover, May 9, 1939
  3. Letter from FBI New Orleans to Hoover, July 31, 1939
  4. Letter from FBI New Orleans to Hoover, August 3, 1939
  5. Letter from FBI New Orleans to Hoover, July 31, 1939
  6. Letter from Hoover to Sam L. Jones, June 19, 1959
  7. Letter from SAC Houston to Hoover, June 12, 1959
  8. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, September 3, 1959
  9. Memo from Talin to Hoover, December 29, 1947
  10. Letter to Hoover from New Orleans, July 15, 1939
  11. Memo to Hoover, March 14, 1940
  12. Letter from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, June 2, 1959
  13. Letter from Assistant Attorney General James McInerrey to Hoover, includes file on Long’s income tax, May 9, 1952
  14. Letter from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, May 13, 1956
  15. Letter from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, March 24, 1960
  16. Letter from Long to Hoover, June 27, 1951
  17. Letter from Hoover to Long July 3, 1951
  18. Letter from Hoover to Long, includes note at the bottom, March 5, 1958
  19. Letter from Long to Hoover, February 26, 1958
  20. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, includes file on racial conditions, July 14, 1958
  21. Memo from Scatterday to Belmont
  22. Letter from the Attorney General to Hoover, June 15, 1959
  23. Memo to Hoover
  24. Memo to Hoover from Rosen
  25. Letter to Hoover, April 6, 1940
  26. Letter to Hoover from the City of Quincy, January 14, 1939
  27. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, November 15, 1956
  28. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, April 16, 1948
  29. Letter from Sam Jones to Hoover, June 15, 1959
  30. Letter from SAC Detroit to Hoover, June 15, 1959
  31. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, May 25, 1960
  32. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, June 15, 1960
  33. Letter to Hoover, June 27, 1939
  34. Letter to Hoover about New Orleans letters, February 27, 1940
  35. Letter from Sackett to Hoover, July 23, 1939
  36. Letter from Sackett to Hoover, August 16, 1939
  37. Memo to Sackett from Matthew McGuire, August 5, 1939
  38. Letter from Sackett to Hoover, May 22, 1939
  39. Letter from Sackett to Hoover, May 22, 1939
  40. Letter from Sackett to Hoover, May 27, 1939
  41. Letter from Sackett to Hoover, July 3, 1939
  42. End page of a letter from Sackett, June 27, 1939
  43. Letter from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, June 18, 1959
  44. Letter from FBI Detroit to Hoover, March 16, 1943
  45. Letter from Long to Hoover, June 17, 1959
  46. SAC New Orleans to Hoover, July 17, 1959
  47. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, April 29, 1952
  48. Letter from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, July 22, 1959
  49. Letter to Hoover regarding crime survey, December 17, 1947
  50. SAC New Orleans Crime Survey sent to Hoover, October 23, 1947
  51. Memo from SAC New Orleans, July 1950
  52. Memo from SAC New Orleans, includes crime survey, January 1949
  53. Memo from SAC New Orleans regarding Long, August 28, 1956
  54. Memo from SAC New Orleans regarding Long, August 17, 1956
  55. Memo from Hoover to SAC New Orleans, September 14, 1956
  56. Letter from the Attorney General, September 20, 1956
  57. Letter from J. Perry August, September 14, 1956
  58. Letter from Hoover to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, September 29, 1956
  59. Letter from Hoover to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, September, 7 1956
  60. Memo SAC New Orleans to Hoover, September 13, 1956
  61. End of a letter to Hoover, September 11, 1956
  62. Letter from Malcolm R. Wikey, September 11, 1959
  63. Memo from Sackett to Hoover, May 27, 1939
  64. Memo from Ladd to Tamm, May 6, 1942
  65. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, April 16, 1943
  66. Letter from H. P. Kitchin, April 18, 1940
  67. Letter from Sackett to Hoover, June 26, 1939
  68. Letter to Hoover on Louisiana’s political situation, June 27, 1939
  69. Memo from Sackett to Hoover, January 11, 1949
  70. Crime survey, November 6, 1958
  71. Memo from SAC New Orleans, includes crime survey, April 26, 1960
  72. Memo from SAC New Orleans, April 9, 1951
  73. Memo from SAC New Orleans, includes crime survey, April 15, 1949
  74. Memo from SAC New Orleans, May 20, 1959
  75. Memo from SAC New Orleans, includes crime survey, November 13, 1959
  76. Handwritten letter to Hoover, December, 28 1951
  77. Letter from the Attorney General to Hoover, September 5, 1956
  78. Letter from Warren Olney III to Hoover, April 24, 1956
  79. Letter from J. Perry August to Hoover, October 2, 1956
  80. Memo to the Attorney General
  81. Letter from Warren Olney III, May, 8, 1956
  82. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, May 29, 1956
  83. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, August 14, 1956
  84. Memo from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, September 27, 1956
  85. Letter from Chiles to Hoover, May 2, 1956
  86. Letter from SAC New Orleans to Hoover, May 15, 1959
  87. Letter from Irwin to Hoover, June 10, 1959
  88. Letter to Hoover, includes James S. Reily flyer, March 14, 1940
  89. FBI file on copied sources
  90. Explanation of exemptions
  91. Letter to Ronald Cole, November 21, 1986

 

Folder 5-Journals and Editorials

  1. Alaska Law Review, December 1994
  2. Louisiana History, Winter 1987
  3. The Southern Historian, Spring 1984
  4. Louisiana Literature, Fall 1990
  5. Booklet on The Enduring Vision American history textbook
  6. Southeastern Magazine, Summer 1990 two copies
  7. Southeastern Magazine, Summer 1989
  8. Gulf South Historical Review, Spring 1990
  9. “Louisiana State University Press Books for Spring and Summer,” 1990, two copies
  10. Tulanian, Summer 1990

 

BOX _14

Folder 1 – Book Reviews and Letters to Dr. Kurtz

  1. Phi Kappa Phi Scholar Award Nomination for Dr. Kurtz and acceptance letter. Dated Nov. 1st 1985
  2. Letter to Dr. Kurtz from Bob LeBlanc, Assistant Secretary of Louisiana, concerning Kurtz’s book Louisiana—A History. Dated July 11, 1984.
  3. Correspondence between Elizabeth Sager and Dr. Seay, Director of Honors and Interdisciplinary Studies at LSU. Dated Jan. 26, 1987.
  4. Photocopy of Crime of the Century: the Kennedy Assassination book review by Dated Sept. 1982.
  5. Photo copy of Kurtz, Michael. “Earl Long’s Political Relations with the City of New Orleans: 1948-1960.” Readings In Louisiana History, edited by Glenn R. Conrad, Louisiana Historical Association, 1978, pp. 344-347, 367-371.
  6. Letter from Marie Carter, of Louisiana’s Board of Regents, concerning Dr. Kurtz’s book Crime of the Century. Dated March 31, 1982
  7. Letter from Douglas Manship, Publisher of State-Times, regarding Dr. Kurtz writing for the “Guest Column”. Dated May 8, 1985.
  8. Memo from Bennett and Neva Wall regarding their move from Tulane University to University of Georgia. Dated Sept. 6, 1979.
  9. Letter from Glenn R. Conrad, Director of the Center for Louisiana Studies, dated May 12, 1982.
  10. Letter from Donald R Kennard, Louisiana State Representative. Dated Aug. 25, 1982.
  11. Letter from Edmond Davis Jr., of the Louisiana Board of Trustees for State Colleges and Universities. Dated Aug. 20, 1982.
  12. Memo from Sidney Romero, Vice President for Academic Affairs, to SELU Faculty. Dated Apr. 5, 1982.
  13. Letter from Tom H. Matheny, dated Oct. 22, 1982
  14. Letter from Dennis Cali, concerning a review of Dr. Kurtz’s work in the Rocky Mountain News of Denver, CO.
  15. Photocopy of letter from Lany Gardall, producer of General Electric Broadcasting Company, dated August 1982.
  16. Letter from Carl J. Monteleone, President of Hammond Chamber of Commerce. Dated May 24, 1982.
  17. Letter from the Hammond Arts Council for an event honoring Dr. Kurtz and his work Crime of the Century. Dated Sept. 16, 1982.
  18. Letter from Rick Settoon with attached newspaper clippings dated May 11, 1982
  19. Memo from Randy Moffett, Dean of College of Education of SLU, to John Kemp. Dated Aug. 25,1988.
  20. Memo from Dr. Kurtz to John Kempt, dated May 3, 1988.
  21. Memo from Bob Isom, Assistant Registrar Records of SELU, dated May 1, 1990.
  22. Letter from James Brown, Louisiana Secretary of State, dated Apr. 2, 1985.
  23. Letter from Florence Jumonville, Chairman of General L. Kemper Williams Prize Committee. Dated Mar. 4, 1983.
  24. Photocopy of Newspaper clipping about Dr. Kurtz speaking at the 75th Anniversary Celebration at Camp Moore. Dated Oct. 1979.
  25. Letter from Donald B. Hoffman, International Secretary-Treasurer of Phi Alpha Theta, dated Apr. 29, 1985.
  26. Letter from Vincent P. De Santis of University of Notre Dame. Dated Apr. 27, 1981.

 

Loose Articles:

  1. Spiral Bound Notebook entitled “JFK” containing notes and research of JFK Assassination.
  2. Spiral Bound Notebook entitled “Foot Notes” pertaining to JFK Assassination research.
  3. Spiral Bound Notebook entitled “HSCA Hearings—Notes”
  4. Spiral Bound Notebook containing:
    1. Notes on Louisiana State budget statistics from year 1947-1960
    2. Notes on Earl Long
  5. Spiral bound Notebook containing:
    1. Notes on “1956 Senate Calendar of the State of Louisiana, 19th Regular Session of the Legislature Under the constitution of 1921
    2. Notes and Rough Drafts of Kurtz’s Earl Long book.
  6. Spiral Bound Notebook with Notes on Louisiana State Legislature

 

BOX _15

Loose Articles:

  1. Spiral Bound Notebook entitled “Par Legislative Bulletin” with Notes.
  2. Spiral Bound Notebook containing notes concerning Earl Long.
  3. Spiral Bound Notebook containing notes on subjects surrounding Earl Long.
  4. Spiral Bound Notebook with notes on Earl Long.
  5. Spiral Bound Notebook entitled “S.B.T Article Footnotes”
  6. Spiral Bound Notebook entitled “Earl Long”
  7. Spiral Bound Notebook entitled “Earl Long M.S. Footnotes”

 

BOX _16

Folder 1-Earl K. Long reviews

  1. Texas newspaper, “Gray helps ‘new’ career in movie industry” no date
  2. Baton Rouge article, “Two historians team up on Uncle Earl” no date
  3. LSU Press article on Earl K. Long, two copies
  4. Kirkus Reviews article on Earl K. Long, February 1, 1990 two copies
  5. Publishers Weekly review of Earl K. Long, January 5, 1990 two copies
  6. Review of Earl K. Long by Glen Jeansonne, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

 

Folder 2-JFK Miscellaneous Material

  1. Times-Picayune, “Shaw hits DA’s ‘Insolence’” February 19, 1973
  2. Scan of a section from Presumed Guilty by Howard Roffman
  3. “The Assassination of John F. Kennedy: A Historical Perspective” article by Kurtz
  4. Article discussing assassinations in general
  5. Article on Crime of the Century
  6. Note on Kennedy, November 22, 1963
  7. FBI file on JFK’s assassination, April 15, 1964
  8. University of Tennessee Press article on Crime of the Century
  9. Lab results from 1977 investigation, two copies
  10. FBI letter from Dr. Kemp Clark, November 25, 1963
  11. People and the Pursuit of Truth 5 No. 1
  12. People and the Pursuit of Truth 5 No. 2
  13. People and the Pursuit of Truth 5 No. 3
  14. People and the Pursuit of Truth 5 No. 4
  15. FBI file on Parkland Memorial Hospital, February 25, 1964
  16. Letter from Charles J. Carries
  17. Summary on JFK’s death from Dr. Kemp Clark
  18. Letter about JFK from Dr. Kemp Clark
  19. Letter about JFK from Dr. Robert N. McClelland, November 22, 1963
  20. S. Secret Service cover letter
  21. Letter about JFK from Dr. Malcolm O. Perry, November 22, 1963
  22. Letter about JFK from Dr. Carries, November 22, 1963
  23. Letter about JFK from Parkland Memorial Hospital, November 22, 1963
  24. Parkland Memorial Hospital operative record from Dr. Robert Shaw
  25. Memo for Dr. Sullivan

 

Folder 3-Carlos Marcello files

  1. United States of America vs. Carlos Marcello et al., criminal case no. 80-274, US district court eastern district of Louisiana
  2. United States of America vs. Carlos Marcello et al., Government’s response
  3. Minute entry for United States of America vs. Carlos Marcello et al.

 

Folder 4-Class material

  1. Government 311 test, Fall 1977
  2. Government 311 test, Fall 1978
  3. Government 311 test, Fall 1977
  4. Paper, “Lyndon Johnson and the Establishment of the Warren Commission” no author listed
  5. History 414 FBI Research Papers, Sec. 31-35 files on Oswald by Karen Smith
  6. “FBI Files on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy Sec. 71-75 for History 414 by Robert Carnal
  7. Paper on the concept of assassination, February 1971, no author listed

 

Folder 5-Correspondence

  1. Campus correspondence Kurtz to Dr. Heleniak, April 15, 1981 two copies
  2. SLU President to Kurtz, July 27, 1982 two copies
  3. Edith Jones to Kurtz, June 1, 1982
  4. Jennifer M. Siler to Kurtz, January 7, 1983
  5. Felix Laiche to Kurtz, July 24, 1982 two copies
  6. Susan Chaffin Matthews to Kurtz, March 8, 1982
  7. Dennis Cali to Kurtz, March 5, 1982
  8. Chet Cuccia to Prof. Robison, July 17, 1996
  9. Letters concerning Chet Cuccia
  10. Hoffman to Kurtz, November 14, 1990
  11. Kurtz to Laine, January 27, 1992
  12. Hitt to Kurtz, April 16, 1993
  13. Siler to Kurtz, July 20, 1993
  14. Adair to Kurtz, July 29, 1993
  15. Smith to Kurtz, April 30, 1990
  16. Conrad to Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Series editors, January 30, 1995
  17. Bush to Kurtz, May 14, 1994
  18. Conrad to Kurtz, October 25, 1994
  19. Handwritten note from Woods to Kurtz, no date
  20. Jumonville to Kurtz, February 22, 1991 two copies
  21. Brock to Kurtz, February 18, 1991
  22. Conrad to Kurtz, March 5, 1991
  23. Hewitt to Kurtz, March 20, 1990
  24. Gruse to Kurtz, February 18, 1991 two copies
  25. Jeansonne to Kurtz, May 6, 1990
  26. Brock to Kurtz, February 18, 1991
  27. Barry and Sartisky to Kurtz, December 11, 1990
  28. Gruse to Kurtz, February 25, 1991 two copies
  29. Bougere to Smith, April 7, 1986
  30. Moore to Kurtz, August 16, 1976
  31. Doucette to Kelley, October 23, 1990
  32. Smith to Kurtz, May 16, 1990 two copies
  33. Kurtz to Heleniak, January 10, 1990
  34. Conrad to Kurtz, February 6, 1981
  35. Jarrett to Kurtz, March 31, 1981
  36. Dalrymple to Kurtz, July 18, 1988
  37. Hewitt to Kurtz, March 20, 1990
  38. Fuglaar to Kurtz, May 17, 1990
  39. Fuglaar to Kurtz, May 18, 1990
  40. Dalrymple to Kurtz, April 25, 1990
  41. Carmody Jr. to Kurtz, June 29, 1990
  42. Haught to Kurtz, March 2, 1990
  43. Pinkston to Kurtz, January 15, 1990
  44. Blose to Kurtz, January 25, 1990
  45. “Angela” to Kurtz, no date two copies
  46. DeLaunay to Kurtz, no date
  47. LSU Press Journal of Southern History, February 1990
  48. “Bill” to “Margaret” May 10, 1988
  49. Dalrymple to Kurtz, May 10, 1988
  50. Thompson to Kurtz, April 17, 1980
  51. Treen to Kurtz, October 16, 1979
  52. Thompson to Kurtz, November 4, 1980
  53. Conrad to Kurtz, February 6, 1981
  54. DeSantis to Kurtz, April 6, 1981
  55. Kurtz to DeSantis, April 13, 1981 two copies
  56. Roniger Jr. to Kurtz, July 18, 1988

 

Folder 6-Miscellaneous

  1. Knights of Columbus The Knight’s Herald 1 No. 83
  2. Judge Leighton and Oswald flyers
  3. Legal pad with information on photo slides
  4. Scan of a page discussing Italians in New Orleans
  5. “Who Killed the Kingfish? The Huey Long Murder Case: A Play in Three Acts” script
  6. Elliot to Hulse fax, September 11, 1991
  7. Jones to Haley, November 1, 1991
  8. Two photos of Kurtz receiving the Excellence in Teaching award
  9. Association of College Honor Societies pamphlet
  10. Program for Twenty-third annual meeting of the Louisiana Historical Association
  11. Citizens National Bank congratulation card
  12. Program for the thirty-third annual meeting of the Louisiana Historical Association, two copies
  13. LSU Press bookmark
  14. Louisiana magazine July/August 1990 two copies
  15. Tammy Parish Library newsletter, May 1990
  16. Christian ScienceMonitor article, “The gun lobby prevailed” February 3, 1973
  17. Handwritten note on “Preface”
  18. SLU Photo Service receipt
  19. Baker to Gruse, February 22, 1991
  20. References list
  21. Chart on SLU professors

 

Folder 7-Cassette tapes

  1. “4 Days that Shocked the World” CBS Broadcast, 11/23-25
  2. Tape labeled “Earl Long”
  3. Taped labeled “Dallas Police Tape”
  4. Tape labeled “J. Herald copy”

 

BOX _17

Folder 1-Earl K. Long draft

  1. Rough draft of Earl K. Long: The Saga of Uncle Earl and Louisiana Politics, includes corrections and notes

 

BOX _18

Photos, photo slides, and film reel

  1. 16mm film reel labeled “Zapruder and Nix films with Robert Groden Blowups”
  2. Kodak photo slide container with various JFK related slides
  3. Four photo slide containers with JFK related slides
  4. Photo of the police investigation in Dallas
  5. Photo of a crowd running
  6. Photo of rail yard
  7. Receipts for the photo slides

 

BOX _19

Folder 1-Earl Long material

  1. Town Talk, “Earl Long’s wife blocked parting gifts” December 17, 1989
  2. Town Talk, “Earl Long wasn’t much of a driver” December 21, 1989
  3. Town Talk, “Long won election, then lost to death” December 15, 1989
  4. Winn Parish Enterprise, “Former chauffeur tells of Earl” April 19, 1989
  5. Anoyelles Journal, “Long’s memory lives on for loyal employee” October 15, 1989
  6. Town Talk, “Earl Long’s friend to Blaze: Humbug!” December 14, 1989
  7. Alexandria Daily Town Talk, “Chauffeur recalls Earl Long”
  8. Winn Parish Enterprise, “Chauffeur recalls Earl Long”
  9. Pamphlet, “Why I am for Earl Long” transcribed radio speech by Russell Long, two copies both signed by Russell Long
  10. Folder, 17 photos of Earl Long
  11. Gris Gris, “The Last and Greatest of the Red Hot Papas” November 6, 1985

 

Folder 2-Earl K. Long Reviews

  1. Magazine, “Two historians team up on Uncle Earl” April 22, 1990 two copies
  2. Atlanta Constitution, “Uncle Earl: A man of contradictions” May 13, 1990 two copies
  3. Times-St. Petersburg, “Louisiana’s Uncle Earl” August 5, 1990
  4. “Embellishing no needed with Long tale” no info or date
  5. “Days, nights of Earl Long” no info or date
  6. The Times Shreveport, “Earl Long: Finally an objective look” February 26, 1990 two copies
  7. Houston Post, “Uncle Earl” two copies
  8. Chronicle of Higher Education, “Professors as Journalists; creativity; Earl Long and Education of Blacks; Pluralistic Culture; Study vs. Research” March 28, 1990 two copies
  9. Virginia Quarterly Review, Earl K. Long review Summer 1990
  10. Library Journal, Earl K. Long review March 1, 1990
  11. The State, “Life tale of Earl Long lacks spice” April 1, 1990
  12. Sunday Montgomery Advertiser, “Last of red-hot poppas’ subject of LSU Press book” April 15, 1990
  13. The News-Star, “Long biography sets record straight” April 1, 1990
  14. Richmond News Leader, “Biography of Earl Long Instructive, Entertaining” April 18, 1990
  15. Tallahassee Democrat, “Earl K. Long’: saga of a politician who stank”
  16. Stan Darden Earl K. Long review
  17. Democrat and Chronicle, “The real ‘Uncle Earl’ Long” April 8, 1990
  18. Magill Book Reviews on Earl K. Long
  19. News-Times, Earl K. Long review August 7, 1990
  20. Post-Tribune, “The story behind Long’s breakdown” July 8, 1990
  21. Republican, Earl K. Long review August 4, 1990
  22. Mesabi News, Earl K. Long review August 5, 1990
  23. Kansas News, Earl K. Long review June 29, 1990
  24. Ohio News, “Earl Long’s life fascinating story” August 5, 1990
  25. New York Review of Books, Earl K. Long review May 17, 1990
  26. LSU Press booklet on book releases
  27. Dow Jones News, Earl K. Long review
  28. Chronicle of Higher Education, “New scholarly books” March 14, 1990
  29. Rocky Mountain News, “Book on Long heavy on politics” April 30, 1990
  30. Tech Talk, “Peoples Chronicles Uncle Earl’s life” March 22, 1990
  31. Daily Enterprise, “Biography of Earl Long given at Literary Forum Wednesday” May 8, 1990
  32. Ruston Daily Leader, Remembering ‘Uncle Earl’” March 7, 1990
  33. The Times Shreveport, “Uncle Earl” May 20, 1990 two copies
  34. Times-Picayune, “Long’s life revived in biography” March 7, 1990
  35. Ad about a book signing with Kurtz and Peoples
  36. Times-Picayune, “Rehabilitating Uncle Earl” May 20, 1990 two copies
  37. Lake Charles American Press, “Historians correct Blaze flaws” March 15, 1990
  38. Washington Post, “The Man Who Blazed His own Trail in Louisiana Politics” April 1, 1990 two copies
  39. “From Pea Patch to Statehouse” Earl K. Long review

 

Folder 3-JFK newspaper articles

  1. Tangi Talk, “I don’t think that Lee Harvey Oswald fired shots ar J. F. Kennedy’ says Dr. Kurtz” February 11, 1981 two copies
  2. Tammany News, “Researcher not sure Oswald killed John Kennedy in 1963” February 8, 1981
  3. Daily Reveille, “Shattered Bullets” January 28, 1981 two copies
  4. Times-Picayune, “JFK” August 7, 1990
  5. Times-Picayune, “Son claims he has evidence his father shot John Kennedy” August 6, 1990
  6. The Voice, “The Kennedy Probe” February 1977
  7. Washington Star, “Assassination Panel Reports a Bummer” 1979

 

Folder 4-Miscellaneous newspaper articles

  1. Times-Picayune, “Bigger caliber handguns banned for police” March 14, 1981
  2. The Times Shreveport, “Louisiana: Cromwellians and Cavaliers” December 31, 1989
  3. Miami Magazine, “King assassination: FBI ignored its Miami informer”
  4. Times-Picayune, “Progress fought to save history” July 30, 1990
  5. Look, “The persecution of Clay Shaw” August 26, 1969
  6. Baltimore Sun, “Blaze’: Raw truths underline a naked passion” May 5, 1990
  7. Times-Picayune, “Movie exports” March 7, 1990
  8. Times-Picayune, “Remembrances” August 28, 1985

 

Folder 5-Kurtz newspaper articles

  1. Times-Picayune, “Exodus and education” December 4, 1990
  2. Times-Picayune, “Free class explores 20th century literature” October 11, 1990 two copies
  3. The Enterprise, “Kennedy assassination study published by SLU teacher” February 12, 1981
  4. The Enterprise, “Resignation submitted by SLU official” May 2, 1990
  5. Era-Leader, “Kurtz to speak at Pine on Kennedy assassination” March 11, 1981
  6. Daily Star, “School board candidates address forum tonight”
  7. “University to sponsor workshop” September 10, 1980
  8. Livingston Parish News, “SLU professor critical of education polices” April 15, 1985
  9. Daily Star, “Kurtz gets SLU research award” April 27, 1983

 

Folder 6-Miscellaneous

  1. “The Garrison Investigation: Who Killed John F. Kennedy?” by Dr. Bennett H. Wall
  2. The Louisiana Trooper Summer 1990
  3. S. News July 9, 1990
  4. Letter from Joe Taylor to Scholars Award Committee, October 31, 1985
  5. Letter from LSU Press to Kurtz, September 27, 1982
  6. Letter from Laiche to Kurtz, September 24, 1982
  7. Letter from Roman Heleniak to Dr. Bernard Carrier, February 21, 1983
  8. Letter from Glenn Conrad to Bernard Carrier, February 7, 1983
  9. Letter Lou Ballard to Phi Kappa Phi national offices, November 22, 1985
  10. Phi Kappa Phi nomination form
  11. Kurtz Curriculum Vitae
  12. Letter from Bennett Wall to Phi Kappa Phi, November 1, 1985
  13. History 698 course information
  14. Letter from Kenneth Beoubay to Kurtz, July 7, 1986
  15. Letter from Donald Hoffman to Kurtz, April 28, 1986
  16. Letter from Robert Browning Jr. to Davie Brooks, September 19, 1983
  17. Index on Kurtz
  18. Lafayette Natural History Museum pamphlet
  19. Southeastern By-Lion June 6, 1990
  20. American Legion card
  21. Handwritten notes
  22. Letter from Irwin Ward-Steinman to Kurtz, February 5, 1981
  23. Thank you card
  24. Envelope of papers about JFK assassination and assassinations in the United States

 

BOX _20

Folder 1-The Continuing Inquiry

  1. Incomplete copy of The Continuing Inquiry Journal features numerous articles on JFK

   

Box 21

  1. Large photo of Earl Long
  2. Large card framed photo of Huey Long
  3. Daily Progress, “Face to Face with Facts” no date
  4. The Shreveport Times, “In the Days when Earl was King” February 6, 1966
  5. “More Governmental Blessings” poster, July 4, 1936
  6. “Looking back over sixteen months” by Richard Leche, September 12, 1937
  7. “What Earl Long and the Legislature Did in Six Days for the People and State,” Earl Long campaign poster
  8. Manilla folder containing photos of Earl Long and correspondence giving Kurtz and Peoples permission to use the photos in their book
  9. Look Magazine, cover story Earl Long’s Louisiana, December 8, 1959
  10. Framed photo of Earl Long

 

Drawer 1 

  1. Magazine, Cover story, Earl Long’s Louisiana. December 8, 1959.
  2. Newspaper letter to people, “What Earl Long and the Legislature Did in Six Days for the People and State.” By Earl K. Long.
  3. Large poster, “Looking Back Over Sixteen Months.” May 12, 1936-September 12, 1937. Richard Leche (Governor).
  4. Poster, “More Government Blessings.” By Richard W. Leche.
  5. Newspaper, “In the Days Whaen Earl was King.” By Wiley Hilburn Jr.