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Hayden Briggs Johnson

city planner.

Hayden Briggs Johnson, American city planner. member bureau International Federation Housing and Planning, 1967-1974.; Member American Institute Planners (president New York Metropolitan chapter 1963-1965). International City Mgrs. Association, American Society Public Administration; Club: Poughkeepsie Tennis.

Background

Johnson, Hayden Briggs was born on April 24, 1917 in Cleveland. Son of Roger Arthur and Elizabeth (Briggs) Johnson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts Amherst College, 1937. B. Architecture, Columbia, 1941, Master of Science in Planning and Housing, 1942.

Career

Community planner Tennessee Valley Authority, 1942-1944. Executive director Tennessee Planning Commission, 1944-1948, Poughkeepsie (New York) Area Development Association, 1948-1951. City manager, Poughkeepsie, 1952-1955.

Chief planning div. Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 1955-1961, deputy director port development, 1961-1966, deputy director planning and development, 1966-1976. Board of directors American Society Planning Officials, 1953-1957, president, 1962-1963. Board directors Citizens Housing and Planning Council New York.

United States member bureau International Federation Housing and Planning, 1967-1974.

Membership

Member bureau International Federation Housing and Planning, 1967-1974. Member American Institute Planners (president New York Metropolitan chapter 1963-1965). International City Mgrs.

Association, American Society Public Administration. Club: Poughkeepsie Tennis.

Connections

Married Jean Ruth Noland, October 15, 1945. Children: Courtney Hayden and Hardy Elizabeth (twins).

father:
Roger Arthur Johnson

mother:
Elizabeth (Briggs) Johnson

spouse:
Jean Ruth Noland

child:
Courtney Hayden and Hardy Elizabeth Johnson (twins)