Oswald Rooming House Museums

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The Oswald Rooming House, also known as the "Oswald Boarding House," is historically significant due to its connection to Lee Harvey Oswald, who was accused of assassinating President Kennedy on November 22, 1963 in Dallas, Texas. The rooming house was where Oswald had rented a room at the time of the assassination. The house has been preserved as a historical site and has drawn the interest of visitors who want to learn more about the events surrounding President Kennedy's assassination. It's not so much a museum in the traditional sense, but more of a historical landmark with significant ties to that pivotal moment in American history. (Submitted by Chris Wise)