Philip George was a designer responsible for both the celebrated interiors of several prominent Manhattan restaurants and for project managing the construction of the American National Exhibition in Moscow, the site of the 1959 "Kitchen Debate" between Nixon and Kruschev. His FBI file consists of a 1948 background check preceding his work with the Marshall Plan producing a display to promote Americanism, as well as 1963 interviews with FBI agents about his communications with Soviets while in Moscow.

New York Times obit: Philip George, Designer of Elegant Restaurants, Dies at 94