The papers document Seymour Weiss's long career as an analyst at the U.S. Department of State. Working closely with his counterparts
in the Department of Defense, Weiss specialized in the fields of nuclear strategy and arms control. The bulk of his papers
consist of correspondence, memoranda, photographs, and reports, among which are numerous studies of the strength of the Soviet
military and analyses of treaties such as the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaties (SALT I and II).
27 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(11.6 Linear Feet)
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