Sixth Floor Museum Store and Reading Room

Making a place for research and visitors

Historic Significance

  • 35,000 items related to JFK
  •  5,000 volumes
  • 1,000 videos
  • More than 700 video-recorded interviews and public programs
  • 2,000 historic magazines and journals
Located in perhaps the most visited street corner in Dallas, overlooking Dealey Plaza – the founding place of the City of Dallas and site of the Kennedy Assassination – the Corner Store is the front door to the Sixth Floor Museum Campus, welcoming visitors from all over the world. Corgan also renovated the Museum’s administrative offices in the former Texas School Book Depository, providing greater access to the museum’s growing collection of items related to President John F. Kennedy and the events surrounding his assassination. The new Reading Room features supervised access to the museum’s library and research collections, providing researchers and educators with a functional, comfortable space to view the archived history that draws more than 325,000 visitors to the museum each year.


In addition to Corgan's core areas of expertise, specialization project types include museums, performance halls and production studios, multi-family residential, retail, hospitality and non-traditional learning spaces.

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