BALTIMORE, MD - CIRCA 1980's: Marques Johnson #8 of the Milwaukee Bucks get between Jeff Ruland #43 and Frank Johnson #15 of the Washington Bullets to lay the ball up during a early circa 1980's NBA basketball game at the Baltimore Coliseum in Baltimore, Maryland. Johnson played for the Bucks from 1977-84.
Isiah Thomas #11 of the Detroit Pistons looks to get a pass by Frank Johnson #15 of Washington Bullets during an NBA basketball game circa 1984 at The Capital Centre in Landover, Maryland. Thomas played for the Pistons from 1981-94.
MR & MRS FRANK JOHNSON she was Lady Virginia Fraser mother of Lord Lovat and model Honor Fraser, at a party in London on 17th June 1999.MTK 71
Isiah Thomas #11 of the Detroit Pistons drives on Frank Johnson #15 of Washington Bullets during an NBA basketball game circa 1984 at The Capital Centre in Landover, Maryland. Thomas played for the Pistons from 1981-94.
Frank Johnson, a first for Black music! | African American Registry
"Taming the Storm: The Life and Times of Judge Frank M. Johnson and the South's Fight over Civil Rights" won the 1994 Robert F. Kennedy Book Award. "Taming the Storm" follows Frank Johnson's passion for justice and the revolution for equality. http://rfkcenter.org/1994-qtaming-the-stormq-by-jack-bass?lang=en
#MetKids Fun Fact: Auguste Edouart practiced cutting out pictures of heads for almost a whole year before he started cutting out full figures. | Auguste Edouart (French, 1789–1861). Frank Johnson, Leader of the Brass Band of the 128th Regiment in Saratoga, with his wife, Helen, 1842–44. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Philip S. P. and Elisabeth W. Fell, 1976 (1976.652.3-4)
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Francis "Frank" Johnson's arrangement for piano and flute, celebrates the Haitian Independence - 1825. The presence of a nation ruled by people of color near the United States was an inspiration to African Americans. Haiti--the spelling "Hayti" was common in America--was founded after a slave revolt started in 1791, led by Toussaint L'Ouverture, toppled the government of the French colony of St. Domingue. country.