The papers of the American Foreign Service officer and Sovietologist include 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 (Richard) Wraga, Sovietologist and husband of Natalie Wraga.