Surratt House Museum Leaf James O. Hall Research Center

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NOTICE: The materials in the James O. Hall Research Center at Surratt House Museum are made available solely for the purpose of private study, research, and education. Many of the items are protected by U.S. Copyright Law, and several major collections were donated with copyright privileges granted to the museum and its volunteer affiliate, The Surratt Society. Due to the size of our holdings, it is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.
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Welcome Sign spacer The James O. Hall Research Center is a repository of books and research materials pertaining to the Lincoln Assassination and early Victorian period.

In addition to a library of more than 2,000 books, the Research Center houses the research files of Lincoln assassination scholar, Mr. James O. Hall; the Surratt House Museum; and other researchers, historians, and benefactors. Relevant holdings of the Library of Congress and National Archives and other source documents are available on microfilm. A photo archive, periodicals and other materials and media round out the holdings.

An adjacent, newly-constructed Meeting Room serves as a gathering place for meetings, seminars, and small receptions.


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