Writings, notes, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to the Soviet government, foreign policy, espionage and clandestine activities, and especially the use of disinformation as a tactic. Includes photocopies of United States Department of State dispatches relating to Soviet activities during the 1920s and 1930s. Includes a typescript book-length-study entitled "Window on Russia." Also includes some papers of Ryszard Wraga, Sovietologist and husband of Natalie Wraga.
Photocopies of trial transcripts and other legal documents; photocopies of surveillance reports and internal memoranda and correspondence of the United States State Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation; and clippings, printed matter and photographs, relating to activities of the interwar émigré Russian fascist organizations Vserossiĭskai͡a Fashistskai͡a Partii͡a (led by K. V. Rodzaevskiĭ in China) and Vserossiĭskai͡a Nat͡sional-Revoli͡ut͡sionnai͡a Partii͡a (led by A. A. Vonsi͡at͡skiĭ in the United States). Used as research material for the book by J. J. Stephan, The Russian Fascists (New York, 1978). Includes some correspondence of Stephan and drawing by Sergei Eisenstein. Digital copies of selected items also available.