Seth A. Johnson
(April 3, 1911 – March 11, 1969)
Seth Johnson was a long-time active fan living in New Jersey. He was a regular loccer, active on the N3F Welcommittee and operated the N3F's Fanzine Clearing House. Bjo Trimble credits Johnson with pushing her to set up Project Art Show.
He was a long-time member of ESFA, a member of the Federation of East and West, a member of the ISFCC and the ISFS, and published The Vaux Hall Fanatic in the early days of N'APA. He won the Kaymar Award in 1965.
He was an enthusiast for round-robin letters and in 1961 reported that he'd launched over 130 of them in the previous five or so years.
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