An extensive collection of CIA documents on the JFK assassination, maintained by CounterIntelligence historian Russell B. Holmes, and declassified in the late 1990s.
CIA documents made available to the House Select Committee on Assassinations, and then "segregated" to preserve a record of what the HSCA was given access to. Released in the 1990s.
A second set of documents made available to the HSCA; these were microfilmed and then returned to CIA files instead of sequestered. Derived from the microfilm, these documents were released in the 1990s.
Includes the Agency's pre-assassination file on Lee Harvey Oswald, then greatly expanded into the CIA's post-assassination file on Oswald and the JFK assassination in general.
In the wake of revelations of CIA plots to assassinate Fidel Castro, the Latin American Division was charged in the late 1970s to investigate the "retaliation" hypothesis and related matters. These files were declassified in the late 1990s.
These files come from the CIA's Deputy Director for Plans (Operations), the covert branch of the Agency. In 1963, this office has held by Richard Helms, who later went on to become CIA director.
This small set of files comes from the CIA's Office of Security, which played a role in plots to assassinate Fidel Castro.
This collection includes files from various offices in the CIA which were declassified in the 1990s.
Special CIA reports including the 1967 IG Report on plots to assassinate Castro, Bay of Pigs evaluations, and the so-called "family jewels" documents.