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Johnson--Charles F. (Class of 1897)

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1 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 31:1, p.31
1/1/1947 Died August 17, 1946, at Kis Lyn, Pennsylvania, where he had been superintendent of the boys school for 34 years. He retired in January 1946. He is survived by his wife, Myrtle Ann Boardman Johnson, and two sons, Charles F, Jr., and Lawrence.
2 Alumni attend their first post-war reunion
Alumnus 30:3, p.3
7/1/1946 Over three hundred alumni attend first reunion since 1942; description of program; photo.
3 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 30:3, p.12
7/1/1946 Has retired as superintendent of the Kis-Lyn, Pa., Industrial School, a position he held since 1912; with the Y. M. C. A. in Des Moines for nine years and general secretary in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. His wife is the former Myrtle Boardman of Manson, Iowa.
4 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 23:3, p.22
7/1/1939 Superintendent of the Kis Lyn, Pennsylvania, School for Wayward Boys for twenty-seven years; spent part of the winter vacationing at Daytona Beach, Florida. His wife is the former Myrtle A. Boardman.
5 Making citizens from criminals
Alumnus 21:4, p.21
10/1/1937 Charles F. Johnson reports on his success with criminal reform.
6 Summer edition of Alumnus off press this week
College Eye 27:6, p.1
7/3/1936 Survey of contents.
7 Here's a new kind of teaching to stir you
Alumnus 20:3, p.7
7/1/1936 Profile of Charles F. Johnson, who is a leader in the education of troubled boys; photo.
8 Hats off! The flag goes marching by! Cadets of '96
Alumnus 19:3, p.9
7/1/1935 Description of photo of officers of Student Battalion in 1896 that appears on back cover of Alumnus; photo.
9 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 17:2, p.24
4/1/1933 Tribute to President Seerley.
10 Charles F. Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson (Myrtle Boardman)
Alumnus 15:3, p.28
7/1/1931 Name appeared in the New York Times recently as one of the Honor Students of Princeton University, where he is specializing in mathematics.
11 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 15:2, p.27
4/1/1931 Superintendent of Luzerne County Industrial School for Boys at Kis-Lyn, Pennsylvania; recognized as a highly capable educator and executive in the community he serves.
12 Mr. Charles F. Johnson
College Eye 15:12, p.8
11/22/1923 Works at a school for fatherless or homeless boys.
13 Charles F. Johnson
Alumni News Letter 5:2, p.4
4/1/1921 Johnson is superintendent of the Luzerne County Industrial School for Boys in Kis-Lyn, Pennsylvania.
14 Charles F. Johnson 1896, 1897
Alumni News Letter 1:1, p.1
7/1/1917 Became Superintendent of the Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, Industrial School for Boys in January 1912.
15 Charles F. Johnson
College Eye 4:23, p.6
3/25/1915 Is superintendent at an industrial school in Pennsylvania.
16 Mr. Charles Johnson
College Eye 1:16, p.3
1/31/1912 Invited to be in charge of a boy's home near Drums, Pennsylvania.
17 Charles Johnson
Normal Eyte 20:2, p.20
9/15/1909 Visited friends on the Hill.
18 Charles F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 19:17, p.267
2/3/1909 YMCA secretary in Pennsylvania.
19 Myrtle A. Boardman
Normal Eyte 19:17, p.267
2/3/1909 Married Charles F. Johnson.
20 Society
Normal Eyte 17:10, p.155
11/14/1906 Ossoli presents current events program; Philos enjoy music and debate.
21 John H. Fellingham
Normal Eyte 16:27, p.427
4/11/1906 Secretary of Des Moines YMCA; succeeds Charles Johnson.
22 After eight years' successful work
Normal Eyte 16:15, p.237
1/10/1906 Charles Johnson will do YMCA work in Pennsylvania.
23 Chas F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 16:5, p.73
10/11/1905 Leading special YMCA effort in Des Moines.
24 Mr. Charles Johnson
Normal Eyte 13:25, p.395
3/28/1903 Doing well as general secretary of Des Moines YMCA
25 6-Jun
Normal Eyte 10:3, p.57
9/29/1900 Charles Johnson married Myrtle Boardman.
26 Chas. F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 9:33, p.785
6/2/1900 Completed four year course with this class.
27 Chas. F. Johnson and Myrtle Boardman
Normal Eyte 9:32, p.760
5/26/1900 Will marry.
28 Chas. F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 9:31, p.735
5/19/1900 Secretary of Y. M. C. A. in Des Moines.
29 Chas. F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 9:12, p.280
12/9/1899 Visited campus.
30 Charles F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 9:2, p.33
9/23/1899 Editor of state YMCA magazine.
31 Chas. Johnson
Normal Eyte 8:2, p.27
9/17/1898 General Secretary of YMCA in Des Moines.
32 Y. M. & Y. W. C. A.
Normal Eyte 7:36, p.6
6/18/1898 Lake Geneva delegates selected; account of recent meetings.
33 Athletic; Athletic Association
Boardman--Benjamin (Business Manager)
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.42
6/11/1898 History of athletics at the school; current athletic records.
34 The alumni
Wallbank--Nellie B. (Class of 1890; English Faculty)
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.8
6/11/1898 Survey of alumni achievements; W. R. Patterson was first alumnus to earn Ph. D.; photo.
35 Charles Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:33, p.9
5/21/1898 Working with YMCA at Camp McKinley.
36 On account of the change in the call
Normal Eyte 7:31, p.11
5/7/1898 Roster of those in camp at Camp McKinley.
37 Charles Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:26, p.11
4/2/1898 Visited campus.
38 Chas. Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:22, p.10
2/19/1898 Visited friends.
39 Chas. Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:20, p.12
2/5/1898 Visited campus.
40 Charles F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:14, p.163
12/11/1897 Now doing state YMCA work; E. L. Hollis succeeded him at Fort Dodge.
41 Chas. Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:14, p.164
12/11/1897 Visited campus.
42 Chas. Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:9, p.106
11/6/1897 State YMCA secretary visits campus.
43 Charles Johnson
Normal Eyte 7:6, p.69
10/18/1897 Visited campus.
44 The following clipping
Normal Eyte 7:4, p.43
10/2/1897 C. F. Johnson will be Ft. Dodge YMCA secretary.
45 It was pleasant indeed
Normal Eyte 7:3, p.33
9/25/1897 Charles Johnson greeted friends.
46 Cadet Corps officers
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.468
6/12/1897 Group portrait; photo.
47 Normal Eyte staff
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.388
6/12/1897 Individual portraits of the staff; photo.
48 Oratory
Normal Eyte 6:33, p.445
6/12/1897 History of oratory at ISNS.
49 Intercollegiate debate
Normal Eyte 6:31, p.362
5/22/1897 Lengthy description of debate against Lenox College.
50 Percy Hunt and C. F. Johnson
Normal Eyte 6:30, p.355
5/15/1897 Returned from Emporia.


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