Ed Rohrbough

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Ed Rohrbough

Working with Service and Ariyoshi

Immediately after the war, Koji Ariyoshi worked in China and then New York City with accused "Amerasia" spy John S. Service and Ed Rohrbough -- who would become business manager of the Honolulu Record -- in an effort to steer U.S. policy towards the Communists and against the Nationalists. Rohrbough had edited a U.S. Office of War Information newspaper in Fukien, China during the war.

Burns biographer

In the early 1960s Ed Rohrbough was the official biographer of Hawaiian Democratic governor John Burns[1].

References

  1. Reading Eagle - Dec 7, 1962 page 8