|Collection||Johnson, Robert S.|
|Object Name||print, photographic|
(3) original photographs, one portrait of Robert Johnson and two group images.
Robert S. Johnson (Bobby) was the "highest scoring living ace of World War II who flew the Air Force's famed P47 Thunderbolt." Johnson's wife was Barbara D. Morgan Johnson - and her family (Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Morgan) lived in Lawton. In a 1963 Lawton Constitution clipping, it states that Bobby was Manager of Customer Relations, Sales Dept., for the Republic Aviation Corp. in Woodbury (Long Island, NY) and had been working there for the past 15 years. There are also ads for a book Johnson wrote in 1958 called "Thunderbolt."
|Year Range from||1959|
|Year Range to||1980|
|Studio||Air Photographic and Charting Service|
Huehman, Arno H., Maj. Gen.