JFK archives going digital
BOSTON -- Historians are winding up a four year, $10 million effort to digitize the John F. Kennedy presidential archives.
The project is called "Access to a Legacy" and will be posted online in January.
According to the Boston Globe, it marks the first time a presidential archive available in its entirety online.
Among the documents include a handwritten version of Kennedy's inaugural address and notes and tapes made during the Cuban missile crisis.
(Copyright (c) 2010 Sunbeam Television Corp. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)