Clarence Johnson was born on the top of Catamount Mountain in 1851. He attended local schools and graduated from Dartmouth College. He became editor of The Suncook Valley Times, the city editor of the Concord Evening Monitor, and an editor of the Independent Statesman. He was later appointed as Executive Clerk to the United States Senate. During this period of his life he maintained a summer residence on French Circle and later a place on Jenness Pond. Join the Society as we induct Clarence Johnson into Pittsfield’s Hall of Fame. Larry Berkson will present a more detailed biography of Mr. Johnson’s life.