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Fenton Johnson: Request Denied

The only child of a prosperous Chicago family, Fenton Johnson (1888-1958) spent most of his time pursuing the arts, and later in editing and journalism.  But between 1914 and 1916 he produced three volumes of poetry A Little Dreaming, Visions … Continue reading

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