Correspondence, writings, questionnaires, interview transcripts, notes, reports, memoranda, and printed matter relating to
social conditions in the Soviet Union and China, the Chinese Cultural Revolution, the psychology of the Soviet people and
émigrés from the Soviet Union, anti-communist Western propaganda, and the study of science, especially psychology, in the
Soviet Union. Includes the papers of Miriam London, wife and collaborator of Ivan D. London.
Dr. Ivan London was an American psychologist. He began his career as a mathematician and then switched to psychology, attracted
by the fresh methodological approach of applying mathematics to science.