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Johnson, Bert, November 12, 1979

 Item — Box: 4 of 6

Dates

  • November 12, 1979

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open to the public.

Biographical / Historical

Bert Johnson was born in Lillington, North Carolina in 1909 and lived there through college at the University of North Carolina. He was asked by the War Department in 1948 to go to Japan to help the Japanese School Board with co-ed schooling after the war. In the 4 months he was in Japan, Johnson created a manual to help calm to opposition to co-ed reform. After his time in Japan, he returned to the United States where he continued to teach secondary education.

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