4009 Georgia Ave Nw
Washington , District of Columbia, 20011
The Johnson boys were raised as part of a collective commune. Family values and healthy living were emphasized and hard work defined their days. Starting in first grade and continuing through high school, each brother served as a woodworking apprentice in the communes factory. The old-school German supervisors had high expectations: nothing short of perfection was acceptable. Long hours after school and during the summers were the norm.
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