[New Haven, CT?]: nd, 1920. Personal promotional. 16mo. (3) pp. Prints testimonials, dated 1919 and 1920, concerning Johnson's voice and studies at the Yale School of Music, previous employment, and volunteer work (War Camp Community Service in Philadelphia) and a pitch from Johnson for recitals. Johnson later sang with the National Negro Opera Company, the first African-American opera company in the country. Apparently not recorded on OCLC, but Massachusetts-Amherst holds a copy. A little soiled, but very good. Illustrated wrapper. (8545). (Inventory #: 61638)
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