ⓘ James Weldon Johnson Residence

                                     

ⓘ James Weldon Johnson Residence

The James Weldon Johnson Residence is a historic apartment house located at 187 West 135th Street, Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, New York. It is where James Weldon Johnson lived from 1925 until his death. In addition to being a composer, songwriter, and author, he was an outspoken advocate for civil rights, working in various roles at the NAACP, including as its General Secretary during his residency here. The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976.

                                     
  • Buffalo: Katherine Carter Johnson b. 1900 who married Barclay. Mary Edith Johnson b. 1905 who married Judson Weldon Welch. Johnson died in 1939 in Buffalo
  • Legislature to replace Kirtland I. Perky in the Senate, who was appointed after Weldon Heyburns s death in October 1912. In 1914 Brady became the first elected
  • Spencer Johnson and William Bush for two thousand guineas. The celebrated litigant and soprano Mrs. Georgina Weldon and her husband William Henry Weldon later
  • nuclear holocaust. Lampkin introduced Oboler to The Creation by James Weldon Johnson and convinced him to include excerpts of it in the script of Five
  • Kastner, neither of whom was registered as an architect 1933 - 1934 James Weldon Johnson Homes aka Glenwood Housing Barney was the chief architect for this
  • Wide Traditional - 7: 19 Lift Every Voice and Sing James Weldon Johnson John Rosamond Johnson - 4: 29 Being and Becoming - 7: 02 Tagi - 9: 17 Charles
  • of hopelessness. Johnson was also a member of the Writers League Against Lynching, which included Countee Cullen, James Weldon Johnson Jessie Fauset
  • office March 4 and have a two - year term. Johnson James Weldon The Selected Writings of James Weldon Johnson Social, political, and literary essays
  • Cincinnati in 1996. He was also honored by the NAACP in 1991 with the James Weldon Johnson Award. In 2018, Dunner became the Conductor for the Interlochen Arts
  • works about music, Cusic wrote biographies of two African - Americans, James Weldon Johnson Songwriter and The Trials of Henry Flipper, First Black Graduate
  • brigade commander. On August 18, 1864, Gwyn led the Third Brigade to the Weldon Railroad, where he met with the First and Second Brigade. The First Brigade
  • Young 2000, p. 709. Young 2000, p. 518. Weldon 1996, p. 44. Weldon 1996, p. 200. Weldon 1996, p. 35. Weldon 1996, p. 520. Young 2000, p. 497. The Powder