A collection of the papers of Los
Angeles journalist and politician Roger C. Johnson.
Roger C. Johnson was a prominent figure in Los Angeles, California during the 1930s and
1940s. He was the Liberal political editor of the "Hollywood Citizen-News," co-founder and
first president of the Los Angeles Newspaper Guild, campaign coordinator for Judge Ben B.
(Ben Barr) Lindsey, and president of the Ephebian Society. He was also manager of the Aliso
Village housing program, Ramona Gardens and Pico Gardens, chairman of the Citizens'
Committee for Better Housing, and was on the Committee of 25 of the Federation for Civic
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