Philip G. Johnson scrapbooks and other material, 1913-1960 (bulk 1925-1945).
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Hugo LaFayette Black (1886-1971) was a judge for the Supreme Court of the United States. He was nominated by Franklin D. Roosevelt on August 12, 1937; confirmed by the Senate on August 17, 1937; and received his commission on August 18, 1937. He assumed senior status on September 17, 1971, but his service was terminated soon thereafter, with his death on September 25, 1971. ...
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 Engineering ...