Arthur G. Gaston: A Titan’s First Step

Johnson, founders of Johnson Products Co. Inc.
* In 2003, John W. Barfield, chairman emeritus, The BartechGroup Inc.

From Black Titan by Carol Jenkins & Elizabeth Gardner Hines. Copyright © 2004 by Carol Jenkins& Elizabeth Gardner Hines. Published by arrangement with Ballantine Books, an imprint of The Random House Publishing Group, a division of Random House Inc.

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4 Responses to Arthur G. Gaston: A Titan’s First Step

  1. RFS says:

    A great read, well written. A man that should be the cornerstone of black business history and black history month. He may be the first African American man to be a purveyor of vertical markets. His rolodex included Booker T and his hotel was the headquarters for Dr. ML King Jr.’s Alabama movement. He created a pipleline read: school to mold the excellence he so successfully modeled. Nice that the family could record/preserve the history! Great manifesto!

  2. did Gaston establish a hospital in Memphis?

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