The Mary Ferrell Foundation website is now available at www.maryferrell.org.
The Mary Ferrell Foundation website is devoted to education and research on the matters surrounding the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy. The mission of the Mary Ferrell Foundation is to carry on the legacy of Mary Ferrell, whose integrity and fierce dedication to truth is an inspiration to many.
The website features the largest electronic archive of JFK assassination records, fully browseable and accompanied by a sophisticated search engine. The archive also features secondary source materials such as books and essays, and "starting points" which introduce topics and provide links for further exploration. Other features include interactive projects such as Mary Ferrell's name database, a comment system for attaching analysis and opinions to the site's materials, and a help desk forum for aid in using and locating materials on the site.
Most site features are open to all visitors. To use the site's comment system and help desk, a free membership is required. Until January 1, 2006, all site features are open to free members. Starting then, full use of the site's sophisticated search engine will require a low-cost subscription membership. Other features of the site will remain free.
Visit www.maryferrell.org and see this innovative and vast research and education resource.