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Johnson, Philip, 1906-2005 (89)

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Prominent New York architect. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and designed the State Theater at Lincoln Center in N.Y. Architect, author, critic. Affiliated with the Museum of Modern Art, New York as the founder and director of the Dept. of Architecture (1932-34, 1952-1954), Trustee (1957- ), and donor. New York architect Philip Johnson (1906-2005) was among the most influential American architects of the twentieth century. He studied...

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Johnson, Philip A. (9)

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Johnson was associated with the Aspinook Co., Griswold, Conn.; the company was involved in bleaching, dyeing, printing and finishing of cotton, linen, silk and other textiles. It ceased operations in 1937, at which time the Aspinook Corp. in Jewett City, Conn., was formed. Johnson was one of the principal underwriters of the new company and served as president and treasurer. He also worked at the Hampton Co., Easthampton, Mass., was an adviser to the federal government in the 1930's, and in 1...

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Johnson, Philip (6)

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Epithet: Reverend

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Johnson, Philip Carter, 1914-1976 (5)

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Johnson, Julian Philip (3)

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Johnson, Philip C. (3)

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Johnson, Philip G. (Philip Gustav), 1894-1944 (3)

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Aviation industry pioneer. Philip Gustav Johnson was a pioneer in the manufacturing of airplanes and in the organization of commercial airlines in the U.S. and Canada. Born in Seattle on 5 Nov. 1894, Johnson was the son of Swedish immigrants Charles S. and Hanna (Gustavson) Johnson. He attended Seattle grade schools and graduated from Broadway High School on Capitol Hill. Johnson was a mechanical engineering student in the University of Washington College of Engineeri...

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Grossman, Philip Johnson (2)

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Philip Johnson (1)

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Philip Johnson (1)

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