Audio diary and annotated transcript, Lady Bird Johnson, 12/14/1963 (Saturday)

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Title:

Audio diary and annotated transcript, Lady Bird Johnson, 12/14/1963 (Saturday)

Duration: (min: sec):

4:20

Number of Pages:

3

Description:

Sale of The Elms; Luci and her friends at the White House; LBJ invites A.W. Moursunds and Jesse Kellams to White House; dinner with friends from Congress and their wives; dinner conversation about the Dominican Republic, Thomas Mann's appointment (as Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs), and the tax bill; Lady Bird gives wives a tour of family quarters, and they see Catlin paintings and chandelier in the Treaty Room which came from LBJ's Senate office; Gerald and Betty Ford

Contributor:

Mrs. Johnson's secretarial staff; Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007

Collection:

Lady Bird Johnson's White House Diary

Collection Description:

Go to List of Holdings

Series:

Sound Recordings of Lady Bird Johnson's Diary; Annotated Transcripts of Lady Bird Johnson's Diary

Location Details:

White House, Washington, DC

Subject:

Arts; Appointments and nominations; Congressional relations; Johnson family; Latin America; LBJ Ranch; Legislation; Lady Bird Johnson personal; Taxes; White House renovations; Ford, Betty, 1918-2011; Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007; Johnson, Luci Baines, 1947-; Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973; Kellam, Jesse; Mann, Thomas C. (Thomas Clifton), 1912-1999; Moursund, A. W.

Archivist's General Note:

This day was included in Lady Bird Johnson's book "A White House Diary," published in 1970

Rights:

Public domain

Specific Item Type:

Personal diary

Type:

Text; Audio

Format:

Audio tape; Paper

Archivist's Technical Note:

Poor sound quality; variable speeds; inaudible in sections; recording ends before Lady Birds finishes her sentence

Physical Item ID #:

D-04

Identifier:

ctjd-19631214

Date:

1963-12-14

Location(s):

Washington, DC

Time Period:

Presidential (Nov. 22, 1963-Jan. 20, 1969)