Cold War

Here are some of the sources I used to research this story:

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“Big Show.” Reporter. 21 (July 23, 1959): 2–2.

Bourke, Thomas A. “Spyfilm: The Mystique of Microfilm for Espionage.” Microform & Digitization Review 17, no. 3 (October 2009): 295–301.

“Coliseum to Depict Life in Russia.” New York Times, 1959.

COUSINS, Norman. “Tale of Two Exhibitions.” Saturday Review 42 (August 1959): 24–24.

“Display Ad 30 — No Title.” New York Times. August 5, 1959.

DONOVAN, CARRIE. “Russian Fashions on View Here;: Soviet Garb Proves a Hit.” New York Times. July 13, 1959, sec. food fashions family furnishings.

“Exhibition at the Coliseum To Depict Life in Russia.” New York Times. May 6, 1959, sec. FOOD FASHIONS FAMILY FURNISHINGS.

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Frankel, Max. “Soviet’s Hopes on View: Coliseum Exhibition Depicts Nation Not as It Is, but as It Wishes to Be.” New York Times. June 30, 1959.

Hazlitt, H. “Portrait of Russia?” Newsweek 54 (July 20, 1959): 81–81.

ILLSON, MURRAY. “STYLE SHOW S.R.O. AT SOVIET EXHIBIT: Sputnik Models Prove Poor Match for Fashion Models in Attracting Crowds.” New York Times. July 2, 1959.

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KIHSS, PETER. “SOVIET FAIR OPEN; KOZLOV AND NIXON STRESS PEACE AIM: Khrushchev Sends Message — Vice President Refers to ‘Basic Conflicts’ RUSSIAN LIFE DEPICTED Displays at Coliseum Cover Science, Industry, Sports, Homes and Fashions Soviet Fair Opens at the Coliseum With Kuzlov and Nixon Stressing Peace Aims DISPLAYS INCLUDE FULL APARTMENT 3-Room Flat Described as ‘Reality’ — Lectures Given in English Over Phones.” New York Times. June 30, 1959.

KOZLOV, Frol Romanovich. “Soviet Challenge.” Address, June 29, 1959 25 (August 15, 1959): 645–647.

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“Ploughshares.” New Yorker 35 (July 18, 1959): 18–19.

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Roe, Dorothy. “Clothesniks on View at Redniks’ Fair Draw Nix.” Los Angeles Times. July 1, 1959.

———. “Soviet Designers Sniff at ‘Glamor’.” The Washington Post and Times Herald. July 18, 1959, sec. For And About Women.

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“Russian Models Stack Up Better; U. S. Styles Lead.” Daily Defender (Daily Edition). July 2, 1959.

“Russians Will Show More Than 200 Fashions Daily at Coliseum Exhibition: Fair Opens Today — Entourage Includes One Male Model.” New York Times. June 30, 1959, sec. food fashions family furnishings.

SCHWARTZ, HARRY. “Kozlov Flies to New York From Moscow in 11 Hours: Kozlov Wings in From Moscow on World’s Biggest Commercial Airliner WILL OPEN SHOW FOR SOVIET HERE First Deputy Premier and Party to View Life in U.S. in Thirteen – Day Tour.” New York Times. June 29, 1959.

“Soviet Exhibition.” Newsweek 54 (July 6, 1959): 70–71.

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Summers, Eileen. “Soviet Styles Simple and Demure.” The Washington Post and Times Herald. July 1, 1959, sec. For And About Women.

———. “The Old Order Is Changing in Soviet Home Life.” The Washington Post and Times Herald (1954-1959). July 5, 1959, sec. For And About Women.

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Willis, Jim. Daily Life Behind the Iron Curtain, 2013.

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