Many questions about John F. Kennedy and related topics may be answered by consulting published sources: reference works, scholarly monographs, newspapers, journals, encyclopedias, biographies, and compilations of presidential speeches. These helpful resources may be available at your local public, college, or university library.
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Our website is also an excellent place to begin your research. We encourage you to explore the following online resources in preparation for your visit or long-distance research. (Please note that audiovisual researchers are required to schedule appointments prior to coming to the Library.) For more information please contact Kennedy.Library@nara.gov or 617.514.1629. Have a research question? Ask an Archivist.