High-resolution transmission electron microscopy has been used to investigate the structure and growth behavior of three separate multilayer systems composed of spin-glass alloys(AuFe.03,CuMn.15, and AgMn.09) alternating with amorphous silicon. Each of the three systems was fabricated with two different sample configurations. The first consisted of bilayers with 3 nm spinglass alloy and 7 nm amorphous siliconlayers. The second consisted of 7 nm spin-glass alloy and 7 nm amorphous silicon layers. HRTEM images of ion-milled cross-sectioned samples revealed variations in the degree of crystallinity of the spin-glass material. Variations in the amount and symmetry of interlayer formation were also observed. Systematic studies of such variations should help to explain differences in their measured spin-glass properties.