Johnson, Job

Job Johnson was a veterinary surgeon and the manager of the Horse Show Building in 1913. He lived at 1894 Alberni Street from 1913 to 1914.

He sometimes appeared in the Vancouver directories as “Job E. Johnson,” and sometimes as “Job M. Johnson.”

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1913, Part 1, page 961 (edited image)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1913, Part 1, page 961 (edited image)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1914, Part 1, page 949 (edited image)

Henderson’s Greater Vancouver City Directory, 1914, Part 1, page 949 (edited image)

In 1911 he was a judge in the Vancouver Horse Show.

No further information is available for him.

 

Sources

“Many Horse Show Entries,” Vancouver Daily World, October 4, 1911, Page 9: “Mr. H. Cunningham and Mr. Job Johnson have been selected as judges. There are some 300 entries for the 64 classes, and from all appearances the equine exhibit will prove one of the most popular features of the fair. The program was carried out on schedule time and the various entries brought forth words of admiration from the spectators.”

Horse Show report, Vancouver Daily World, October 6, 1913, page 3: “All credit is duo Messrs. Job Johnson and Cunningham, Judges, assisted by Mr. W. J. Clements, ringmaster, and assistants Mr. Geo. Hodge and . . . Sperry.”