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Jane Gibson Collection

An inventory of her collection at the Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives at Syracuse University

Finding aid created by: Vanessa L. St.Oegger-Menn
Date: February 2015


Photograph of Jane Gibson

Jane Gibson was a radiographer (x - ray technician) working at the Dumfries Royal Infirmary in 1988. Jane and her colleagues were called upon after the Pan Am 103 disaster to assist with postmortem exams on the victims. They worked for nearly three weeks outside the bounds of their normal duties. Jane was also a resident of Lockerbie, Scotland and lived with the tragedy daily.

Scope and Content Note

The Jane Gibson Collection consists of three clippings. Each of the clippings is taken from a Scottish newspaper, and all relate to the tenth anniversary of the bombing and crash of Pan Am Flight 103.


Access Restrictions:

There are no access restrictions for this collection.

Use Restrictions:

Written permission must be obtained from the Pan Am Flight 103 Archives and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

Related Material

The Pan Am Flight 103 Archives contains additional materials and information related to the Jane Gibson Collection. Related collections include:

Pan Am 103 Story Archives Collection

Selected Search Terms


Gibson, Jane.
Syracuse University -- History.
Syracuse University.


Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Incident, 1988.
Terrorism -- Government Policy -- United States -- Case Studies.
Terrorism -- Government Policy -- United States -- History.
Terrorism -- Government Policy -- United States.
Terrorism -- History -- 20th Century.
Lockerbie (Scotland)

Types of Material

Clippings (information artifacts)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Jane Gibson Collection,
Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Jane Gibson in 2013.

Processing Information

The Jane Gibson Collection is fully processed.


Materials are arranged chronologically.

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