Tag Archives: spies

Was Harding’s mistress a spy? The National Archives knows and tells.

Today’s post comes from Miriam Kleiman of the National Archives Public Affairs Staff. I’ve worked at the National Archives for many years and have always been content with our 13 Presidential libraries (Hoover through Bush 43). Sure, I’ve thought wistfully … Continue reading

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Confederate dirty laundry: spies and slaves

Today’s post comes from National Archives Office of Strategy and Communications staff writer Rob Crotty. The Civil War was a spy’s dream come true. With a porous border between the Union and the Confederacy, and little way to distinguish between … Continue reading

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