Do you know an under-40 elected official or advocate making a difference in your community? Nominate them for the New Frontier Award.
Visit our museum free of charge on Friday, August 14 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. thanks to the Highland Street Foundation.
See what JFK did on this day in history with the White House Diary – a daily schedule that includes digital scans of his actual appointment diary, as well as video, audio, and photos of the day's events.
Our blog, "Archivally Speaking," offers a closer look at the collections and activities of the Kennedy Library Archives, including openings of newly-processed and digitized holdings.
Our newest Twitter account connects President Kennedy’s words and ideas to modern issues and current events.
View select photo collections from the Kennedy family and presidency.
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Search or browse our archival collections including those that have been digitized in full or in part.
Immerse yourself in historical topics ranging from the Cuban Missile Crisis to the moon landing, and more.
Give friends and family access to JFK's legacy, to today's newsmakers, and support our work in the process.
View gifts from heads of state, articles of the First Lady's clothing, sculpture, paintings and more.
Inglis was honored for the political courage he demonstrated when he reversed his previous position on climate change. Click here to read more.
Matthew Waltman, a junior at Dwight-Englewood School from Tenafly, New Jersey, has won the national essay contest.
The JFK Library houses the world's largest collection of Ernest Hemingway archival materials. Find out why.
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