Collection Description: David Rankin Barbee was a journalist and historian in the early 20th century who amassed a large collection of materials concerning the Lincoln assassination. Date Span: 1886-1956. Extent: 25 linear feet.
Collection Description: The Margaret Bearden papers contain correspondence, manuscripts, printed materials, tape recordings of lectures, and slides collected and produced by Bearden, a Lincoln assassination scholar. There are two parts to her personal papers. Date Span: 1944-1999.
Collection Description: Dr. Eugene Boss collected Lincoln ephemera. His collection amounts to three boxes of materials: 1.5 linear feet.
Collection Description: Contains materials documenting James O. Hall's investigation of controversial issues surrounding the Lincoln assassination. Date Span: 1980-2004. Extent: 0.75 linear feet.
Collection Description: Research materials of Alfred Isacsson, a scholar of the Lincoln assassination. Date Span: 1940-2009. Extent: 2.5 linear feet.
Collection Description: Dr. Richard D. Mudd, grandson of Samuel A. Mudd, generated a massive amount of research files in an attempt to fully vindicate the name of his grandfather. Richard D. Mudd earned four degrees from Georgetown University. Date Span: 1950-1990. Extent: 52.5 linear feet.
Collection Description: The E.H. Swaim papers document Swaim's research into the claim that John Wilkes Booth was not killed at Garrett's farm but somehow escaped and died in Oklahoma. Date Span: 1893-1980. Extent: 7 linear feet.