Arkus was broadcast director for US operations of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL). His papers, which include correspondence, memoranda, photographs, and sound recordings, relate to technical and personnel aspects of RFE/RL broadcast operations, especially the New York Programming Center.
A Radio Free Europe correspondent in Rome, Lehnert's dispatches and sound recordings cover political conditions in Poland and Vatican relations with Poland.
These broadcast scripts, letters, photographs, and sound recordings relate to Radio Free Europe (RFE) broadcasts to Poland. Nawratowicz was the music director of RFE's Polish section.
The papers of this Russian art critic and author include correspondence, writings, printed matter, and photographs. They concern French and Western European art history and Jean Baptiste Isabey, the French miniaturist. A draft of Isabey’s biography by E. de Basily-Callimaki is also included.
These books, pamphlets, and leaflets relating to World War I were collected by the British Ministry of Information Library. The bulk of the collection is British propaganda.
This collection contains novels, poems, and articles submitted for publication, as well as printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings. Collected by the Narodno-trudovoĭ soiuz, an association of Russian émigrés in Western Germany, the collection concerns political, social, and economic conditions in the Soviet Union.