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Oral history transcript, J.J. Jake Pickle, interview 6 (VI), 8/17/1972, by Joe B. Frantz

Civil Rights Bill of 1964; LBJ calls Pickle to commend him on his vote; Pickle votes against open housing; Pickle as "President Johnson's Congressman;" Robert Poage and Williamson County; regrets voting against open housing; LBJ, Yarborough, and…

Oral history transcript, J.J. Jake Pickle, interview 5 (V), 3/2/1972, by Joe B. Frantz

The effect of the JFK assassination on the Pickle campaign; LBJ and Pickle's campaign; Pickle's accelerated swearing-in and his vote on wheat sales to the USSR; LBJ and the appointment of John Connally as secretary of the navy and his subsequent run…

Oral history transcript, J.J. Jake Pickle, interview 4 (IV), 8/25/1971, by Joe B. Frantz

LBJ-Rayburn-Price Daniel relationship; details of the 1960 convention in Los Angeles, especially concerning the Texas delegation; poor accommodations for the delegation; the JFK organization in 1960; Texas delegation reacts to LBJ nomination for vice…

Oral history transcript, J.J. Jake Pickle, interview 3 (III), 3/1/1971, by Joe B. Frantz

The PR firm of Syers, Pickle, and Wynn; LBJ covers Texas in 1952 and 1953; the 1954 campaign; anecdote of LBJ being warmed by Warren Woodward; Clayton Hickerson anecdote; LBJ feigns snoring as a practical joke; LBJ-Yarborough relationship; LBJ, Dan…

Oral history transcript, J.J. Jake Pickle, interview 7 (VII), 5/9/1997, by Ted Gittinger

http://www.lbjf.org/txt/oh/oh-lbj/27500879-oh-picklej-19970509-7-14-34.pdf
How Pickle obtained an organ once owned by Walter Hornaday; signatures on the organ of important politicians and businessmen who visited Hornaday and Pickle; where the organ has been; how Pickle would like the organ to be displayed at the LBJ…

Oral history transcript, J.J. Jake Pickle, interview 2 (II), 6/17/1970, by Joe B. Frantz

http://www.lbjf.org/txt/oh/oh-lbj/27500879-oh-picklej-19700617-2-81-75.pdf
Wheeler-dealer charges; Gene Autry; 1948 Senate campaign; helicopter; Coke Stevenson; George Parr; State Democratic Executive Committee, 1948.