Herman A. Johnson

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Herman A. Johnson (1916–2004) served during World War II as a Major with the Tuskegee Airman in the U.S. Army flying for the 99th-332nd and 477th Group.[1] His father was Henry Lincoln Johnson, who was a World War I hero and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery near Washington, D.C. Herman Archibald Johnson represented Kansas City, Missouri in the Missouri General Assembly, House of Representatives from 1968 to 1972. Herman A. Johnson served as President of the Kansas City, Missouri Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) during the Civil rights Movement of the 1960s.[2]


  1. ^ http://www.news.ku.edu/2003/03N/JuneNews/June10/dolememory.html
  2. ^ http://cityclerk.kcmo.org/liveweb/Documents/Document.aspx?q=zMb2BSYtPocTdXHNC7a4uj3N8eXxegl3fWGCErAR0lJE9OvHAqQgD9Ur%2BYBZGktssXRDospoUQnAV7fvEdqRag%3D%3D