Letter, Lyndon Johnson to Lady Bird Taylor, 10/3/1934
Title:Letter, Lyndon Johnson to Lady Bird Taylor, 10/3/1934
Description:LBJ writes that he has not received mail for two days; he is sending Lady Bird a book on the National Capitol and a congressional cookbook; he also plans to send copies of the books to Gene [Boehringer] and Gene's mother. He tells Lady Bird he is going to send her the book Nazism if she wants it.
Contributor:Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007; Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
Collection:Personal Papers of Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson
Collection Description:Go to List of Holdings
Subject:Pre-Presidential; Johnson family; Lady Bird Johnson personal; LBJ personal
Specific Item Type:Correspondence
Time Period:Pre-Presidential (Before Nov. 22, 1963)
Transcript:Written on House of Representatives stationery]
[October 3, 1934]
Wednesday 9:30 am.
If you even begin to look over all of the material I must have sent the last few days, you won’t have time to write me a line. I rather suspect that accounts for my not receiving letters yesterday and today.
Today I’m having sent to you two books which you may enjoy. If too suggestive save them until later. The National Capitol book should give you what you don’t already have about this beautiful place. The Congressional Cook book may only serve to remind you of interesting and important people. If either provide you with any entertainment my efforts will have been sufficiently
Think I’ll send Gene the Capitol book and presume enough to send her mother the cook book.
If you want me to I’m going to send you a pretty little book “Nazism”.
[Envelope postmarked: Washington, D.C., 10/3/1934, 12:30 PM]