She decided to return to Moscow and study Soviet law under a fellowship grant from either Columbia or Harvard universities: FBI memo, 10/5/63, p. 2, from SAC/WFO to Director, NARA Record Number: 124-10279-10217
The chairman of the "Inter-University Travel Group" travel group sought and obtained a recommendation from Senator John F. Kennedy for Johnson to be accepted as a member. This is the type of legal travelers group that was the focus of REDSKIN: Letters to Senator Kennedy and Johnson, September 1958, NARA Record Number: 1993.07.12.17:05:59:680440
Three weeks later, Munford wrote her another letter of congratulations on her activities in the Soviet Union: 10/16/58 letter from Mumford to Johnson, NARA Record Number: 1993.07.12.17:38:30:180440.
Johnson filed an FOIA on 8/24/76 asking for all records "indicating my employment in your agency": NARA Record Number: 124-10279-10205.
Cuneo served with the OSS during World War II and was its liaison to the White House, the FBI, and British intelligence: Obituary, Ernest L. Cuneo, New York Times, 3/5/88.
NANA's vice president was the well-known author Ian Fleming: FDR Library, Records of Ernest Cuneo.
A former president of NANA was Sidney Goldberg, whose wife was Lucianne Goldberg. Goldberg was part of Nixon's "dirty tricks" operation that stalked McGovern during 1972, looking for "real dirty stuff...": Goldberg's interview with J. Anthony Lukas in his book Nightmare, p. 161. Recounted by Peter Dale Scott, 1/26/98, "Some Familiar Faces Reappear in MonicaGate".