The FBI's main Headquarters JFK assassination file. This version dates from the late 1980s, and thus contains some redactions which are removed from the current set at the National Archives.
The FBI's liaison file with the Warren Commission, consisting of correspondence and reports sent to the Commission. This version of the file dates from the late 1980s.
The FBI's main headquarters file on Lee Harvey Oswald. This version of the file dates from the late 1980s.
The FBI's main headquarters file on Jack Ruby, who killed Oswald on 24 Nov 1963. This version of the file dates from the late 1980s.
The FBI's Mexico City file on the Oswald visit to Mexico City and the various conspiracy allegations surrounding that visit. This is a 1980 release of that file, heavily redacted.
The FBI's Mexico City file on the Oswald visit to Mexico City and the various conspiracy allegations surrounding that visit. This recent version of the file has far fewer redactions and withholdings than the 1980 version, but is only a partial version.
This file consists of JFK assassination case file documents held at FBI headquarters in Washington DC. These reference materials presumably allowed for quick inspection by FBI supervisors during the HSCA investigation, without having to call out to Central Records or field offices.
This voluminous collection, declassified in the late 1990s, consists of FBI files on various persons and organizations, supplied to the House Select Committee on Assassinations during its investigation.
FBI Files on General Edwin Walker.
FBI Files on George DeMohrenschildt.
FBI Files on Ruth and Michael Paine.
FBI Files on Rolando Masferrer.
Daily logs of phone calls and personal appointments of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.
Files which provide information on the early development of the FBI.
Cross-referencing between Dallas Field Office files and the same documents held in Headquarters files.
Miscellaneous FBI files released in the 1990s by the Assassination Records Review Board.
Files released in response to FOIA suits brought by Gary Shaw and Mark Allen in the early 1980s.