Fifty years ago this fall, the Warren Commission issued its report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. To commemorate this event, the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) has made the complete report and 26 volumes of congressional hearings available online on GPO’s Federal Digital System (FDsys). GPO and the Boston Public Library worked together to digitize the volumes of hearings after digitizing the Warren Commission Report last year.
- View the complete Warren Commission Report and Congressional Hearings here.
- Odum Library has the print version of the original Warren Commission report available in its Government Documents collection.
GPO produced the original Warren Commission Report and 26 volumes of hearings in print in 1964 and distributed copies through the Federal Depository Library Program and by purchase from GPO bookstores.
Audio tape recordings of the post-President Kennedy assassination conversations between various individuals in Washington, DC, and Air Force One pilots and officials are also available on FDsys.
For more information on these and other government information materials, feel free to contact the Government Documents librarian at 229-245-3748. Remember that all types of questions are always welcome; just contact Odum Library’s reference librarians by dropping by the second floor reference desk, by calling 229-333-7149, or by using our Live Chat service.