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Taylor, T. J., III, 1924 (Item)
- Bio: T. J. Taylor, III, (b. November 22, 1924), of Corpus Christi, Texas, is a nephew of Lady Bird Johnson.
- LBJ Connection: Lady Bird Johnson's nephew
Hughes, Inez (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Teacher at Marshall High School where Lady Bird Johnson went to school
Taylor, Winston (Item)
- Bio: Winston Taylor was the cousin of Lady Bird Johnson.
Clarke, Josephine, 1906 (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Longtime friend of Lady Bird Johnson
Cordell, Pauline W. (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Donor of correspondence from the office of Lady Bird Johnson
Beckom, Mildred K. (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Donor of yearbook from the University of Texas that includes Lady Bird Johnson
- Bio: Clarice Taylor Rives (b. Clarice Emma Taylor, November 16, 1904, Dallas County, Alabama-d. March 28, 1991, Tyler, Dallas County, Alabama), was the wife of Murray Gordon Rives and a cousin of Lady Bird Johnson. Rives was a resident of Tyler
- LBJ Connection: Cousin of Lady Bird Johnson
Long, Betty, 1904-1981 (Item)
- Bio: Elizabeth Triplett Long, also known as Betty Long (b. August 4, 1904-d. August 17, 1981, Austin, Texas), was a longtime friend of Lady Bird Johnson and associated with the Good Neighbor Commission of Texas.
- LBJ Connection: Longtime friend of Lady Bird Johnson
- LBJ Connection: Nettie M. Woodyard was a cousin of Lady Bird Johnson who lived in Billingsley, Alabama.
Jordan, Anne (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Donor of a letter from Lady Bird Johnson to residents of Harrison County, Texas asking for their support for LBJ in the 1960 election
Robb, Lynda Bird, 1944- (Item)
- Bio: Lynda Bird Johnson Robb was born on March 19, 1944 in Washington, D.C., the oldest daughter of Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson. She received a B.A. from the University of Texas in 1966, and married Charles Spittal Robb on December 9
- Robb, Lynda Bird, 1944-
- LBJ Connection: Elder daughter of Lyndon Baines and Lady Bird Johnson
- Bio: Clara Louise Cape (born Clara Louise Harrison, March 25, 1892, Tanner, Limestone County, Alabama-d. 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
- LBJ Connection: Long-time friend of Lady Bird Johnson.
Hackney, V. H., 1907-1990 (Item)
- Bio: Vivian Howard Hackney, also known as V. H. (b. November 24, 1907, Burleson, Texas-d. December 16, 1990, Gregg County, Texas), was a friend of Lady Bird Johnson and a resident of Marshall, Texas. He grew up in Dallas and graduated from Southern
- LBJ Connection: Friend of Lady Bird Johnson
- Bio: Diana MacArthur is a co-founder of the Rockville-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
- LBJ Connection: Niece of Lady Bird Johnson
Carpenter, Liz, 1920- (Item)
- to 1963, and she was Press Secretary and Staff Director for Lady Bird Johnson from 1963 to 1969. She later served as Assistant Secretary of Education from 1980 to 1981.
- LBJ Connection: Journalist, 1945-1960; Lyndon Johnson's Vice Presidential campaign staff, 1961; Executive Assistant to Vice President Johnson; Press secretary and staff director to First Lady Lady Bird Johnson
- the little girl was just five-years old. She had two older brothers, Tommy and Tony. After her mother's death, Lady Bird's "Aunt Effie" Pattillo moved to Karnack to look after her. At an early age, a nursemaid said Claudia was "as purty as a lady bird
- Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007
- LBJ Connection: First Lady of the United States, 1963-1969; Author; Recipient, Medal of Freedom, 1977, Congressional Gold Medal, 1988
Wilson, Cynthia E., 1940- (Item)
- Bio: Cynthia E. Wilson was born on July 10, 1940. She went to work for the White House Social Correspondence Office in January 1965, and was with that office at least until December 1968. She worked with the First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson
Schwartz, Marie Smith, 1920 (Item)
- , Kennedy and Johnson administrations. She authored a biography of Lady Bird Johnson, as well as books on the first families and White House entertaining.
Silverberg, Denise (Item)
- Bio: Denise Silverberg is the granddaughter of David Eleck Snyder and daughter of Harriet Anne Silverberg, who did public relations for the Lady Bird Johnson Train in 1964 and was public relations assistant to George Reedy in the Lyndon Johnson
- Bio: Neal Spelce was a long time anchor for KTBC Television and a local celebrity in Austin, Texas. He was an alumnus of the University of Texas in Austin and served as a spokesperson for Lady Bird Johnson.
Starkie, Earl Lee, 1915-1990 (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Donor of photos of LBJ and Lady Bird from the 1940s and 1950s
- Bio: Dewey Charles Bradford (b. October 5, 1896. Round Rock, Texas-d. March 8. 1985, Austin, Texas) was an art collector and dealer from Austin, Texas. During the Johnson Administration, he assisted President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird
Quill, Daniel J. (Item)
- Bio: Daniel J. Quill served as the Postmaster of San Antonio, Texas for over 30 years and was a close personal friend of Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson, having been the best man at their wedding.
- Bio: Cecille Harrison Marshall (b. Cecille Harrison, February 21, 1914, Corpus Christi, Texas-d. December 26, 2004, San Antonio, Texas) was a college roommate of Lady Bird Johnson. She was married to George Marshall and they lived in San Antonio
- Bio: Virginia Foster Durr (1903-1999) was a civil 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
Abell, Bess, 1933- (Item)
- Bio: Bess Abell was Lady Bird Johnson’s Social Secretary. The daughter of Earle Clements, a man who served Kentucky as both its governor and senator, she lived her entire life around politics. The Johnsons were personal friends; they had hosted Bess
- LBJ Connection: Donor of materials related to property owned by Lady Bird Johnson's family
Johnson, Luci Baines, 1947- (Item)
- Bio: Luci Baines Johnson (Turpin) was born on July 2, 1947, the youngest daughter of Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson. She was a student at Georgetown University, the University of Texas, and St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. She
- Waldron Interiors, with clients such as Lady Bird Johnson, embassies, and corporations. Waldron served in the United States Navy during World War II and was a member of the Air Force Reserve from 1961 to 1964. He was a member of the house and grounds
- of 1934, he briefly attended Georgetown University Law School, and on a trip home to Texas he met Claudia Alta Taylor, known to her friends as Lady Bird. Two months later on November 17, 1934, they were married in San Antonio, Texas. In 1935, Johnson
- Bio: Horace Virgil Bird was born June 16, 1912, in Ryan, Oklahoma. He received his commission as ensign in the U.S. Navy in 1933. He advanced through the grades to rear admiral in 1963, and served as commander of the Naval Forces Marianas from 1964
- Bird, Horace V. (Horace Virgil), 1912-1984