Scope and Contents Note
The Robert L. Morris, Jr. Papers comprise an extensive collection of information about alleged spies in the 20th century and the early 21st century collected by Robert L. Morris, who became a CIA officer in 1955. A long series of name files provides information, mostly newspaper clippings, about specific alleged spies, including American, British, Russian, and international spies. Also preserved are numerous photographs of alleged spies. A run of country files provides data on spies in various nations. All of the material in this collection is unclassified. The Robert L. Morris, Jr. Papers are contained in 16 boxes amounting to 14.0 cubic feet.
- 1918 - 2008
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From the Collection: 14 Linear Feet (16 boxes)
Language of Materials
Contains clippings and notes about alleged spies. Arranged alphabetically by alleged spy's name.
Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository
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