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  • . And second, let her have it. That philosophy has worked very well for me -- and, I might add, for Lady Bird, too. Very seriously, "f1IY marriage has been like that described by Charlotte Bronte. "Alfred and I," she wrote, "intended to be married in this way
  • Actor, Beverly Hilla, Calllornia Mr. It Mrs. Ralph Harris Reuters News Agency,, Waaldngtoa, D~. C:. 1 Lady Jackson Author arbara Ward Miaa Luci Baines Johnson Daughter of the President Miaa Lynda 'Bird Johnson Daughter of the President Mr. &t Mr
  • ,en~.., If the President's daughter should ever have the idea of inviting some yowig ladies to the White House, could I suggests Miss Ellen Mc Cloy, 79 East 79 Street, NewYork, daughter of John J. Mc Cloy; Miss Judy Davies, care Paul Davies
  • States Dele­ gation to the recent meeting here of the Mexico United States Interparliamentary Group, we have been hearing some very complimentary reports on the tea which you had at your home on May 16 for the ladies in the two delegations! We want you
  • Robb, Lynda Bird, 1944-
  • ] February 26, 1968 MEMOltANDU l FOR MILDRED STEGALL From.: Carol Carlyle The tollowln, young ladi•• are moditl• who wi.U be doina the fa•hion •ho on Tbu•t·d ay. We would like to have them come in on Wednesday, ao eowd •• have your okaya u aooa aa poa•ible