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Campbell Carrington Johnson

army officer , social worker

Campbell Carrington Johnson, American army officer, social worker.


Johnson, Campbell Carrington was born on September 30, 1895 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Review William Henry and Ellen Berry (Lee) Johnson.


Bachelor of Science, Howard U., 1920, Bachelor of Laws, 1922. Special work, Columbia, 1927-1928.


1 son, Campbell Carrington. Chief of section handling insurance and compensation claims Bureau War Risk Insurance, Washington, 1919-1923. Admitted to North Carolina and District of Columbia bars, 1922.

Practiced law in Washington as member firm Love, Johnson, Mazyck, 1922-1926. Executive secretary, Young Men’s Christian Association, Washington, 1923-1940. Instructor in social science Howard U., 1932-1947.

Executive assistant to director, Selective Service, Washington, 1940-1947. Executive assistant to director Office Selective Service Records, 1947-1948, assistant to director Selective Service System since June 1948. Director Industrial Bank of Washington.


Member District of Columbia Board Parole since 1939, chairman since 1946. An organizer Washington Community Chest, 1928, trustee 1928-1941. Member O.R.C., 1920-1941, active duty as major, 1941.

Member organization committee and. Member commission to reorganize Juvenile Court of District of Columbia, 1934-1935. Member steering committee Attorney General’s Juvenile Delinquency Conference, 1947-1949.

Member committee and directors, 1936-1968. Member survey committee, reorganization Public Child Welfare Program for District of Columbia, 1938-1939. Member National Association Housing Officials (vice chairman Potomac chapter, 1945-1946.

Member National Study Commission Young Men’s Christian Association, 1950-1968. Member American Academy Political and Social Science, Omega Psi Phi, Sigma Pi Phi. Mason, Elk. Contributed articles to journals.


Married Ruby Etta Murray, November 2, 1918.

Review William Henry Johnson

Ellen Berry (Lee) Johnson

Ruby Etta Murray