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  • Orace: r , • 1,. ~ I • I • .,. I "II - L• r Sincerely yours, Lyndon B. Johnson I ~- '. · · Everything seemed to go na1 well ; and I waa pleased to be included ln the Dinner plans • .,J.., '. It was most enjoyable for Lady Bird
  • -A ....... August 25, 1961 Dear Sa.reh: Lady Bird and I do not need the calendar to remind us that this is the end of Auguot and a yee.:r from the time we vere embarking on the great adventure of' our lives -- the campaign for the Democratic ticket. We cannot
  • as you have on many occasions proven to us. It was kind of you and Lady Bird to offer the facilities of your lovely home for entertainment of the distinguished visitors, so many honored guests and many of us fran this area, for which we thank you. May I
  • of human President and his party which also included Lady Bird Johnson and Mrs. Jean Smith rights and dignity of man and the pres­ resident- trennedy's sister) were received by Lt. General W. A. Bur~imster of erva tionof intern~tional peace and good­ Health
  • of the fine folk here and they ask me to tell you that we are with you HOLDING UP YOUR HANDS.Stay right in there,know we are standing with you. Annie and I heard your message last night,it hit the mark. We think so much of you and Lady Bird. Please bear
  • corps of helpers can com:e·:-to terms on · a "Treaty To End World War 11~ With apolo&Y for this wordy statement, and with best of good wishes~or you and the Lady Bird and Charming Texas Daughters, --rr--it-j!iL-Your friends, Selma [2 of 2 front] [2
  • would like to promote a war between East and West Germany--if they could manage to localize it--thus killing two birds with one stone. Maybe this is far fetched. The paramount consideration is, I believe, the fear that they have of a rearmed West Germany