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  • Biographical information; met LBJ in 1945 at dinner with Lady Bird; in 1955 saw him at Tommy's funeral; saw Lady Bird at family affairs as an old friend
  • /show/loh/oh GLICK -- I -- 2 G: Long Island. Great Neck, Long Island. Me: And your husband still practices there? G: Yes. Mc: And when did you meet Lady Bird Johnson? G: That would be hard to say, because I've known lady Bird for so many
  • Bird? T: Well, do you want to know the Johnsons, or do you want to know when I first met Lady Bird? M: When did you first meet Lady Bird? T: Lady Bird went to school here, and in all probability I was a senior when she was a freshman. She and her
  • they all graduated from Oxford, they moved back to Autauga County, but they didn't sell their property up there. They kept that for some years afterward, and I visited them several times in Autauga. I had several conversaUons with Minnie, Lady Bird's
  • T.J. Taylor; Mrs. Taylor; Aunt Effie Pattillo; Karnackl school; Lady Bird; local activist friends; St. Mary's; the University of Texas; LBJ; personal impressions
  • and wonderful man. He was a very stern disciplinarian, but always gentle and loving and understanding as far as Lady Bird was concerned. There wasn't anythi_og in his store that we couldn't have; no matter how many friends came to the store at lunchtime
  • Minnie Lee Pattillo Taylor, Lady Bird Johnson's mother; Mrs. Taylor's appearance and personality; the Brick House; Lady Bird Johnson's Aunt Effie; Lady Bird attending St. Mary's College in Dallas; the Taylor family when Lady Bird was very young; Mr
  • in the house where Mr. Taylor later moved, and that's the house in which Lady Bird was born. At the time that we first met Miss Minnie, as we called her--her name was Minnie Lee Pattillo, and all their friends and my mother called her Minnie and I called her
  • Oral history transcript, Lady Bird Johnson, interview 39 (XXXIX), 8/1994, by Harry Middleton
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  • or transcribed versions of Interview XXXIX with Lady Bird Johnson are available. The recording could not be found when the interviewer, Harry Middleton, returned from Martha's Vineyard, where the interview was conducted in August of 1994. The interview covered
  • The Taylor family life in Marshall; Lady Bird’s parents, habits, home arrangement, lifestyle; description of Lady Bird’s mother’s illness and funeral; Lady Bird at Marshall High and college years; Lady Bird’s father’s second wife (Ruth Scoggins
  • : There was some disagreement between them. was from that altogether. I don't know whether it But she was an eccentric-type person. did not like Mr. Taylor but she did like Lady Bird. She Lady Bird and I used to visit her when Lady Bird would come home from
  • The Woods' involvement in LBJ's 1948 Senate campaign against Coke Stevenson; organizing a women's tea in Seguin for Lady Bird Johnson and her auto accident with Marietta Moody Brooks on the way to the tea; the Weinert family's control over support
  • and they rolled over in a ditch a time or two [see Brooks' account of the accident in her oral history interview]. Lady Bird--well, I've heard about it and somebody said that Marietta was down at Dr. Williams' office--she's not still living, is she? G: Yes. 2
  • [For interview 1 and 2] Biographical information; St. Mary’s in Dallas; classes; faculty; Aunt Effie; activities; Lady Bird’s family; Caddo Lake; University of Texas life; friends; leaving college; LBJ; Selden’s marriage.
  • remember two plays that we put on there. One was The Importance of Being Earnest--done very well, I thought. believe that Bird was in that as a butler! I I know Helen Bird was excellent as Lady Bracknell, and one of my other good friends, Harriet North
  • [For interview 1 and 2] Biographical information; St. Mary’s in Dallas; classes; faculty; Aunt Effie; activities; Lady Bird’s family; Caddo Lake; University of Texas life; friends; leaving college; LBJ; Selden’s marriage.
  • through the South, the Lady Bird Special? S: Yes. No, I didn't see her during the trip through the South, and I can't tell you why, but I'm sure there was a pretty good reason I couldn't. She didn't of course get to Chapel Hill. reason I couldn't get