Kemlein and Johnson (fl. c. 1906 - c. 1928) were a German-American bookstore and publisher active in Manila during the first half of the 19th century. The firm was founded by George L. Johnson (1879 - November 17, 1945) and H. Kemlein and located at 64-66, Escolta, Manlia.. It is likely that both individuals were American soldiers who remained in the Philippines following the American takeover in 1899. Johnson may have been a prisoner of war during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines during World War II. In addition to selling books in German and English, the bookstore also issued postcards and maps of Manila and the Philippines, as well as a Philippines guidebook.