Portrait of Lieutenant James Johnson. Back is labeled with "James, in flight suit, was one of Biscoe's most popular young men. He came home from the war but his love for flying had become a part of his life. He took many local people up on their first flight in a surplus trainer. The old open-cockpit PT 19 was for many of us the first aircraft to lift us from the bonds of earth. When James was killed in the crash of a small plane he was piloting, all of us mourned the loss."