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I would think it dates somewhere between 1915-40. These quarter-sawn oak swivel chairs were popular for quite a while. They are often called "banker's chairs."
The Johnson Chair Co. of Chicago was founded by Andrew P. Johnson, a Norwegian.
Thanks for the info.