Famous designers indeed. Paul McCobb was an Army vet who did more than furniture; he did radios and TVs for CBS-Columbia and Bell & Howell.
George Mulhauser worked for the George Nelson design firm, and the wikipedia entry notes that he designed “the coconut chair.” The sorta-modified almost / not quite Eames chair is interesting, but the legs are odd and the wires that brace them seem unnecessary. I’d still give a small toe to own one.
Maxwell Royal’s “Country Parson” chair looks like it’s taken acid, or you have.
Note the stuff at the bottom of the page - that fussy stuff coexisted with all the cool sleek modern design. Two parallel tracks.