Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. Subversive Activities Collection, 1918-1975

Title: Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. Subversive Activities Collection, 1918-1975
Extent: 8.5 Linear Feet
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Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. became a Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1946, after serving in the US Navy during the Second World War. He worked in Virginia and the District of Columbia before being transferred to the Los Angeles Field Office in 1957. The collection documents "subversive" and "communist" activities in the United States through printed reports, statements, and testimony before the House Committee on Internal Security (formerly the House Un-American Activities Committee), as well as the Senate Committee on the Judiciary's Sub-Committee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws.
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Series I: Subversive Activities – California Legislature, 1943-1975
Series II: Subversive Activities – Federal Government Investigations, 1947-1974
Series III: Political and Social Movements – Literature, 1918-1973