The Legacy and Moral Resolve of Reverend Johnson

Reverend J.E. Johnson
Johnson’s hearse parked outside of a house in Muncie.
Shaffer Chapel
Shaffer Chapel in Muncie

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Public historian, animator, and resident of Muncie, Indiana.

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