As individuals, we remember the people, places and incidents that give meaning to our lives. As a nation, we recall the events that shape our history. Collective memory is a shared experience, and we invite you to participate in this event.
Sign the Memory Book
What is your memory of John F. Kennedy? Do you remember where you were, how you felt, what you thought on November 22, 1963? Those not yet born in 1963 may recall stories relayed by family members. Your reflections will be preserved with those of others—more than 100,000 pages of memories—gathered during the last two decades to help historians interpret the impact of that event on our nation and world.
View the Memory Book
We invite you to read the personal messages and perspectives left in these pages.