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  • 1964 ~ Enclosed is: Press Kit on the Pres~ent_'s Tentative Schedule tor the ladies "lady Bird Special" List of White House Women's Coordinators White House P.elease on Honorary Chairme·n of the· "lady' Bird Special" ' List of Women's Activities
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • ite•s tor aLady Bird Speciala tour. ~~--~~ ADVABCE ~ Pennants v/cane 3M "Reilo Lady Bird" 3M nwelcome Lady Bird" 9.Lady Bird SJecial" • (~••• Art_ • . 3M ~~ ~1 LucU 3 M (51 I> •~fl ~••·•·•$4,200.00 ,. 2 sizes "Lady Bird Special
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • Ladies in America's history. Lady Bird Johnson's repnrter thrust She is also a "thinking citizen, 11 - is n0t just with "drives and desires, of her own." During her trips around the world as the Vice President's used this phrase to describe
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • . 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
  • who understand the things I am try­ ing to do. . -· , Lady Bird joins me in warm regards . Mm Clifford J. Durr . 17 Molton Street Building Montgomery 4, Alabama I ~ANSf'l:iR,, S:LJ Ye HANl9WR1TlN0 l"IL.S
  • Lady Bird Johnson personal
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • 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
  • country is our good fortune in having a true lady Lady Bird. Sincerely yours, ""'~- _,t. • \ '-"- • , \/'•'""' 'l, .., 1..- ( '-h ' , VJ . :J.- .,,/ l{ , ;J_, ..~ \.'•-6; / C: ~'1 ) .\ .,L . .,..,, ~(:,;.,4'
  • The First Lady will make a four-day, 168Z mile whistle­ atop tour through the South viaiting small towns and large com­ munities. Her daughter• will acompany her on portions of the trip. The "Lady Bird Special II will leave Washington on the morning
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • On Forecasts I First Lady Deficit (~ut All Pov erty Glad Snyder Worried About Tenants Negro Gets 1 op Post In Church 1 Auoci•t•d ~reu \ Auociated Pre11 By FRANCES LEWINE of Louisville and Dave Martin of Nebraska who visited her property and returned
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • in ft. ~ 1 behalf of her husband. Over there '-. is Lady Bird Johnson prepal'in~ , ' • ,/,till' perag11al ~~ltistlestop tx;~ . •\'• ,~!!1!1-~-H+---t---1 through Dixie. And, of course, the Repub• lican National Committee is ar·- ~ _f 1.-.?-, ranging
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • his recent election victory. Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson conferred with the Secretary on the role she might play as First Lady to strengthen the cause of conservation -- a cause close to her heart. From their visit evolved a plan of paying tribute
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • on L..,. Bird ud rafW■ for Lady $U66, 00 • Potemac Photo Supply. Inc. - cbaS'I• for 1000 prlld• of colored plloto ■ ent ta all worlt•r•• 1ue•ta• laen••••••advance mea, etc. ,2266. 00 • Potamac Pko&o Supply, Ille. - chal'I• for 1000 addltional pdau
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • minute Congressman Boggs presents l minute Senator EI"V'inpresents 4 minutes Mrs. Johnson and Lynda 2 minutes Presentations Senator Ervin Mrs. Johnson RALEIGH PROGRAM TUESDAY, FOR "LADY BIRD SPECIAL" OCTOBER 9, 1964 P. M. 6:30 7:30 Band
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • ·••¥) •·•Fu. Moe-Ue. Al • au... .._ Ort• ., •• ,~ d C-.. ef ,__. cl• J h•r•) WSD W'ASIDIO~O· 4111) ... ORI.SANS gladys uhl report on advance party for Lady Bird Sr,ecial T~P.s~ay, Sept. 29: difficulties. Wife of Gover~or Harrison advance
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • THE FIRST LADY ! 2 I ! MRS. JOHNSON: i I · 4 ! sI Welcome everybody! It is _Such a joy to have you here~ I wanted you I 0 to come and see what two years have done.. Everyone 0£ you w > c:: IJJ 6 here has added something special to this 7
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • ,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-
  • STATES AMBASSADOR TO POLAND (At The LBJ Ranch) (l.1:13 AM CST) General Gronouski, members of the family, ladies and gentlemen: Mrs. Johnson and I deeply regret our lack of influence on the weather, but we are happy that we could be here together even
  • 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
  • of I do hope you w111 keep 1n ·touch with Lady Bird• take her to lunch with yru onoo in a wile . and give hor the benefit or your idens and suggestions on e.eyth1ng you ,_think she shou ld do. God blesa both ot you. Love. Lyndon Mr. Roy Miller
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • and Mrs. Pak. 1-t'.)RE A PRESIDENT CHUNG HEE PAK: President Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, ladies and gentlemen: on behalf of the government and people of the Republic of Korea, I want to express my sincere appreciation for the most friendly invitation extended
  • ] 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
  • for the numerous senators nding their temples in fury because i Family group: Lucy Baines, aged 3, sits at the senator's feet; Lynda Bird, now 6, is with her mother, Claudia. Her husband and her friends call Mrs. Johmon "Lady Bird" PHOTOGRAPHS FOR COLLIER'S 11Y
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • amt dear are aorry to bear or-fodloaa. You have our deepest and aympathy. Lady Bird and Lyadon. B. Johnson LBJ':MJDR:mf ~ICUTIV~ Pf/- l Fc.,11-ri-l 1.,-ellR ,-,-tJ 1 . /' i o RoT11y -;JI"~• ~-:c& . ~~--2 g · . .. -; , / ..v,,,,JJ:i
  • AT THE PENTAGON (12:26 P.M. EST) Secretary Mc Namara, Secretary Nitze, General Wheeler, Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Armed Services, Ladies and Gentlemen: don't have a speech to make here today. I just thought that I would come over and join
  • yestor­ dq afternoon with her and bas a dinner .d ate 'With her and some oth r ladT tonight S&)"I, that Lady' Bird doesn't. want yen to run because aha doesn•t think .'f'r.N. aan 1d.n. ill this • ~ Wirta to me. About a month ago Lady was engaged
  • to atten our Banquet on Saturday, October 10th. I shall If the Democratic Tio~en can be sincerely appreciate your assistance in this behalf. honored by the appearance of our President and First Lady at a. convention supported by the Democratic Women's Club
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • -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
  • MOBILE, ALA. -- Has commendable fashion. praiseworthy person. recently begun school desegregation Its present Mayor, Joseph Langan, in a very is a THE LADY BIRD SPECIAL October 6-9, 1964 ROUTE: The train covered eight otatec -- Virginia, North
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • ~. ,) .. ''·.... ~ - 4 ­ EYES ONLY FOR THE PRESIDENT .·3:·iif:D Pwbli,GllifiA Pc•q1,1~s faerrni11ieA ei Cep7 right Hq&dtr; W Thomas lohnaon The President: It's hard to sell a house at my price of $40, 000 if Lady Bird tells the buyer at the door that she would sell
  • 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
  • :00 P~ .., M. . ,.. THURSDAY, JANUA~Y ]4i_J967 . ~~ ....· Office of the Press Secreta.a. y to Mrs. Johnson .,., MEETING OF THE FIRST LADY 1S COMMITTEE FOR A MORE BEAUTIFUL CAPITAL "Washington is richly endowed with open spaces, compared
  • Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
  • Ehlne: When I spoke to· you on t!i--~telopbone. I coc.ld only tall you. a pert of wh&t was ln my heart+ . • sl~1~heck' •.ro Lady Bird and m~, th~ loaa of ~Wr.t1eana w~ muot do without a dc.zt.rfriend. that • To Arr..erlco. it means t~t a people e