Guide to Research CollectionsTulane University
New Orleans, LA
Papers: In the Hale and Lindy Boggs Papers, 1941-1991.
Lyndon B. Johnson Library
Oral History: 1969, 49 pages.
Interviews conducted with Hale Boggs by T. H. Baker on March 13 and 27, 1969. The transcripts are available in the library and online.
John F. Kennedy Library
Oral History: 1964, 39 pages.
Library of Congress
Papers: In the Katie Louchheim Papers, ca. 1906-1991, 34.5 linear feet.
Correspondents include Hale Boggs. A finding aid is available in the library.
Louisiana State University
Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections
Baton Rouge, LA
Papers: 1963, 1 item.
A signed typescript of Hale Boggss speech relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and describing the arrival in Washington, D.C. of Air Force 1 with the Presidents body. Also described are senior members of Congress who met Air Force 1 and Hale Boggss first meeting with President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Papers: 1964, 21 items.
Correspondence consists of letters from United States diplomatic personnel and Latin American political figures concerning a report made by DeLesseps S. Morrison about the Louisiana Trade and Good Will Mission to Latin America. Letters express condolences on the death of DeLesseps Morrison.