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  • rights activist and a friend of Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson. She was a relief worker during the Great Depression, worked as a lobbyist and campaign worker for Progressive Party candidate Henry Wallace in the 1940s, ran as a candidate
  • Robb, Lynda Bird, 1944-
  • . Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson. She married Charles S. Robb and served as the First Lady of Virginia from 1982 to 1986. She has worked as a writer for McCall's Magazine, contributing editor to Ladies Home Journal, and lecturer and board of director
  • was an alumnus of the University of Texas in Austin and served as a spokesperson for Lady Bird Johnson. Scope and content note: This collection consists of correspondence, notes and mailing lists collected by Neal Spelce that are related to the creation
  • to the Lyndon Johnson family. She was a staff writer for the Washington Post, covering the White House during the Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson administrations. She authored a biography of Lady Bird Johnson, as well as books on the first families and White
  • 38995618] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF ELLEN TAYLOR COOPER Creator: Cooper, Ellen Taylor Biographical sketch: Ellen Taylor Cooper was the Aunt of Lady Bird Johnson by marriage. Scope and content note
  • [NAID 22189317] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF BETTY LONG Creator: Long, Betty, 1904-1981 Biographical sketch: Elizabeth Triplett Long, also known as Betty Long, was a longtime friend of Lady Bird Johnson
  • contain materials covering the lives and accomplishments of Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson and contain materials on the Johnson’s genealogies, families, friends and associates, places of residence, business and legal dealings, careers, and accomplishments
  • : Nettie M. Woodyard was a cousin of Lady Bird Johnson who lived in Billingsley, Alabama. Scope and content note: This collection consists of correspondence and accompanying financial records collected by Nettie Mason Pattillo Woodyard, a cousin of Lady
  • 19027485] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF JOSEPHINE CLARKE Creator: Clarke, Josephine, 1906 Biographical sketch: Josephine Clarke (b. Josephine Pattillo, 1906), was a longtime friend of Lady Bird Johnson. She first
  • 40274896] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF VIVIAN H. HACKNEY Creator: Hackney, V. H., 1907-1990 Biographical sketch: Vivian Howard Hackney, also known as V. H., was a friend of Lady Bird Johnson and a resident
  • Office and with the First Lady's White House Beautification Project under Lady Bird Johnson. After leaving the White House, she worked with Stewart Udall and Governor Castro of New Mexico, as well as for the National Audubon Society and the Department
  • as co-chairperson for Lady Bird Johnson’s whistle stop tour through the Southern United States called the “Lady Bird Special”. The materials provide information on the scheduled stops, as well as contact information for important people and volunteers
  • Beautification [LBJ Library] [clippings] Johnson Last Interview [clippings] Flap over LBJ Party Coverage Lady Bird TV Show, Mar. 30 Lady Bird Pulled July '79 Lady Bird Johnson (Crime - Eartha Kit) Lady B. Johnson (Misc.) [clippings] Lady Bird Johnson
  • County, Alabama-died March 15, 1995, San Marcos, Texas) was a resident of San Marcos, Texas and a personal friend of Lady Bird Johnson. She was married to Edward Matthew Cape, also known as E. M. Cape. She is interred in San Marcos Cemetery in San Marcos
  • ] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF ELMO BROWN Creator: Brown, Elmo (Charles Elmo), 1928-1986 Biographical sketch: Elmo Brown was an operations manager at radio station KTBC in Austin, Texas for Lady Bird Johnson. Scope
  • the Carpenter News Bureau with her husband, Leslie Carpenter, representing national newspapers from 1945 to 1961. She was an executive assistant to Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1961 to 1963, and she was Press Secretary and Staff Director for Lady Bird
  • [NAID 41022496] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF CECILLE H. MARSHALL Creator: Marshall, Cecille Harrison, 1914-2004 Biographical sketch: Cecille Harrison was a college roommate of Lady Bird Johnson. She was married
  • Booker consist of clippings, copies of clippings, and periodicals collected by Ruth Booker which pertain to Lyndon Baines Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson. The clippings are obituaries and retrospectives of Lyndon Johnson's life and career
  • was a cousin of Lady Bird Johnson. Scope and content note: This collection consists of correspondence between Lady Bird Johnson and James Cato Pattillo, who was Johnson's cousin on her mother's side. There are also genealogical worksheets and a manuscript by Mr
  • 40359472] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF MRS. GORDON RIVES (CLARICE RIVES) Creator: Rives, Clarice Taylor, 1904-1991 Biographical sketch: Clarice Taylor Rives was a cousin of Lady Bird Johnson. Rives was a resident
  • 28748734] http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/personal PERSONAL PAPERS OF WINSTON TAYLOR Creator: Taylor, Winston Biographical sketch: Winston Taylor was a cousin of Lady Bird Johnson on her father’s side. Scope and content note: This collection
  • consists of papers of Arthur E. (“Tex”) Goldschmidt, a United Nations Ambassador, civil servant in electric power generation, and a long-time friend of Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson. The papers contain social correspondence between Goldschmidt
  • , and memoranda, including Julia Child letter. Range: 1960-1971. 1 [First Family Correspondence] Letters between Kaltman and LBJ (3), Lady Bird Johnson (2), Lynda Johnson Robb (2), Luci Johnson 1 Nugent (3), Patricia Nixon (1), and Tricia Nixon (1). Range: 1966
  • and Lady Bird Johnson, and with the 1964 election and whistle stop tour. The papers include Mrs. Burney’s “Report to the President and Mrs. Johnson on the ‘Lady Bird Special’ at Charleston, South Carolina” [1964], six-page narrative describing Cecil
  • physician under President Lyndon B. Johnson. The documents include medical information about Lyndon, Lady Bird, Lynda, and Luci Johnson. • • • • 09/28/17 Date range of collection: 1946-1965 5 linear inches Not available for research 1 series 1
  • family. Scope and content note: The papers of Jerry Wilke English contain three pages of personal correspondence with Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson dated February 11, 1943; August 9, 1945; and June 22, 1946. • • • • Date range
  • ". The book includes a photograph of Lady Bird Johnson in her senior year of at the University. • • • • 07/10/17 Date range of collection: 1933 - 1933 1 linear inch Available for research. (Open 2/11/11) 1 series 1
  • and the flagship institution of the University of Texas System. Scope and content note: This collection consists of a yearbook from the University of Texas at Austin titled "The Cactus". The book includes a photograph of Lady Bird Johnson in her senior year
  • -based Dynamac Corp. She was married to Donald M. MacArthur and is a niece to Lady Bird Johnson. Mrs. MacArthur was appointed by President Clinton to the President’s Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology, and has served on numerous boards
  • Edwin L. Weisl, Sr. The papers cover the careers of father and son, both having served as an assistant attorney general, as well as their lives, achievements, family, and friends including Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson. • • • • 09/28/17 Date range
  • . and Lady Bird Johnson. For fifty years Mr. Fore owned and published the Floresville Chronicle-Journal, a weekly paper in Wilson County, Texas. Scope and content note: This series consists of papers of Sam and Elma Fore reflecting their personal friendship
  • , donations to the Fort Belknap Society from Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson, and visits to the fort by Governor John Connally. • • • • Date range of collection: 1963 - 1970 Less than 1 linear inch Available for research. (Open 9/11/1998) 1 series FOLDER
  • friend of Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson, having been the best man at their wedding. Scope and content note: This collection consists of personal correspondence between Daniel J. Quill and Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, Rebekah Baines Johnson, Sam
  • Lyndon B. Johnson and Hopkins, along with legal correspondence and documents pertaining to Hopkins's dealings with A. J. Wirtz and John L. Lewis. The series also contains letters from Lady Bird Johnson and Lyndon B. Johnson. There are documents
  • , Sussex, England) was a very close friend to Lady Bird Johnson and her family. At the time of her appointment as consultant to the Famine Emergency Committee in early spring of 1946, she also held business interests in an advertising agency and in motion
  • friend of Lyndon B. Johnson who worked with Johnson on road crews near Johnson City, Texas. Scope and content note: This collection consists of photocopies of letters Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson sent to close friends, Melvin Winters and his wife
  • Statesman, the Austin Dispatch, and the Houston Post. Scope and content note: This collection consist of correspondence sent to Edmunds Travis, most of which is from Lyndon B. Johnson. There are also letters from Lady Bird Johnson, John Connally, and Homer
  • a letter from Johnson to Weber written soon after Weber had resigned to join the Army. In the letter, Johnson gives advice for Weber to be successful. There is also a much later letter from Weber to Lady Bird Johnson describing his experiences working
  • in Austin, Texas from 1947 to 1952, and a district director of the Internal Revenue Service after 1952. Scope and content note: This collection consists of papers collected by Robert L. Phinney and consists of correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird
  • . There is also a group of photographs taken in 1971 of Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. • • • • Date range of collection: 1971 - 1978 Extent of 52 pages & microfilm Available for research. (Open 8/11/78) 1 series FOLDER TITLE