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Secretary of Defense from 1949 to 1950
'Sitting, Left to Right: Lt. Colonel A. W. Tyson, USA, Dr. Philip E. Adams, Honorable Louis Johnson, Honorable Stephen Marly, William F. Gibbs, Commander John P. Floyd, USNR; Standing, Left to Right: Lt. Colonel H. L. Conner, USA, Lieutenant (jg) Theodore Hartley, USN, Lt. Colonel Roy L. Kline, USMC, Major Paul Kendall, USAF.'
From right to left, Louis Johnson; C. E. Smith; Clint Spurr and unidentified male.
This Medical Center is called the Louis A. Johnson Veterans Administration Medical Center.
Assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson, Secretary of State Cordell Hull, and Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles (left to right) wait at a Washington D. C. station for President Roosevelt to discuss the Nazi invasion of Denmark and Norway.
Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson greets Prince Wan Waithayakon of Thailand at the Pentagon during discussion of Thailand's offer of 4,000 combat troops for the war in Korea.
Text on back reads, "Louis A. Johnson, left, of Clarksburg, West Virginia, being congratulated by his predecessor Henry L. Stevens, after his election as national commander of the American Legion at the Portland, Oregon convention."
Text on the back reads, "The above photo shows Commander Louis Johnson of the American Legion as he addressed the members of the organization at the Chicago Stadium, Chicago, Illinois, when the convention was opened on October 2nd."
Text on the back reads, "Two men who in turn ruled the destinies of the  American Legion are pictured enjoying a pre-convention chat at Cleveland, where the legion opens its annual convention today, Sept. 21. At left is Hanford McNider, who was national commander in 1922, and at right, Louis A. Johnson, who held that high office in  1932. He hails from Clarksburg, W. Va., and is chairman of the Veterans' Committee in the Democratic Party."
Two American Legion members are on the stage with Louis A. Johnson, who was the national commander of the American Legion in 1932.