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If you type in the name "George Lincoln Rockwell" (the Leave it to Beaver looking father of the American Neo-Nazi Movement) into the maryferrell.org search bar, you get: 295 essays 5214 reports 52,860 Documents and more, photos, journals, etc. Obviously Rockwell was an important figure back in the 50's and 60's, whether he had anything to do with the JFK Assassination or Not. (Important enough to base a character on him in the Netflix series The Man in the High Castle.) You don't have to dig to deep into the files, books and documents, to find out that Rockwell was questioned in the 1958 bombing of a Synagogue in Atlanta. Another associate of Rockwell was also questioned. His name was Harold N. Arrowsmith Jr. If you type in the name Harold N. Arrowsmith Jr. into the maryferrell.org search, you get nothing. If you just type in "Arrowsmith", you get less than 20 results, most for a guy named Marvin Arrowsmith. If Harold was irrelevant, maybe the lack of results would not be odd. However, as mentioned, Harold was referenced as being questioned about the bombing with Rockwell. Moreover, according to numerous sources, Harold gave Rockwell $2,500 and printing equipment to get his Nazi movement up and running in 1958. Harold was the "Fat Cat" mentioned in the Rockwell books and files. I would guess that somewhere in the 52 thousand plus documents in the "Rockwell files" (Rockford Files theme is now in my head) their are some instances of Harold Arrowsmith. Maybe it is a matter of indexing, but I would think the absence of the Arrowsmith name would take a deliberate effort, given the huge amount of references for Rockwell. Even though Harold N. Arrowsmith can't be found in Maryferrell.org, he does show up once under the CIA Nazi War Crimes Archives. The single document in that archive makes Harold Noel Arrowsmith Jr. look more important than any association he had with with Rockwell. Harold was corresponding with a German in 1962, who at the same time was corresponding with all types of famous Nazis, including the relatives of Eichman, Funk, Francois Genoud (a Swiss Banker known for smuggling Nazis) and Otto Skorzeny himself. More about the lack of files on Harold N. Arrowsmith. More about German who was writing to Arrowsmith and Skorzeny at the same time in early 1962.