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As the magazines that Ebony used as models, Life and Look, His son, John Harold Johnson Jr., who had sickle cell anemia, died at the age.
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Johnson also expanded from magazine publishing into book publishing, and owned Fashion Fair Cosmetics, the largest black-owned cosmetics company in the world, Supreme Beauty Products, and produced television specials. That was for high-profile black people—politicians, athletes, socialites, entertainers.
publisher John H. Johnson, who created Ebony and Jet magazines, in and adopted two children, son John Jr. and daughter Linda.
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