The F. Mark Wyatt Papers document the life and career of F. Mark Wyatt, a noted official in the Central Intelligence Agency and an expert on the subject of Soviet bloc defectors. Correspondents exchanging letters with Wyatt include Elizabeth Bancroft, Lee Hamilton, Max Holland, Sam Nunn, and Thomas Powers, among others. A number of manuscripts and printed materials is also found among the papers. There is a lengthy run of newspaper articles about intelligence issues gathered by Wyatt. Subject files are present, too. Coverage is given to defectors, Congressional hearings on intelligence, the Hale Foundation, American Friends of Romania, the CIA, the Jamestown Foundation, Italian politics, and Vladimir Sakharov. Some video cassettes, audio cassettes, and awards are also retained. The F. Mark Wyatt Papers are preserved in 17 boxes amounting to 12.5 linear feet.
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