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  • Telephone conversation # 6239, sound recording, LBJ and MARTIN LUTHER KING, 11/5/1964, 3:20PM
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • MARTIN LUTHER KING
  • Telephone conversation # 6737, sound recording, LBJ and MARTIN LUTHER KING, 1/15/1965, 12:06PM
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • MARTIN LUTHER KING
  • Telephone conversation # 6736, sound recording, LBJ and MARTIN LUTHER KING, 1/15/1965, 12:06PM
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • MARTIN LUTHER KING
  • ALLEN THANKS LBJ FOR HIS STATEMENT UPON DEATH OF MLK, REPORTS ON SITUATION IN ATLANTA; LBJ'S CALL TO CORETTA SCOTT KING; RIOTING IN WASHINGTON, DC; POSTPONEMENT OF LBJ'S TRIP TO HONOLULU; LBJ'S 3/31/68 SPEECH; LADY BIRD JOHNSON THANKS ALLEN FOR HIS
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • through Martin & Danz Ranches; Frank Erwin & LBJ Library; Johnsons watch tv election coverage; party for military staff stationed at LBJ Ranch; story about elderly man & LBJ; LBJ gives speech & awards to military staff
  • lu n ch on t r a y s . Page 3 I t ' s a funny thing. f o r a p la c e p r o t e c t e d f r o m the w ind. We h a d b e e n loo king We ta lk e d f o r y e a r s ab ou t b u ild in g s o m e s o r t of a w ind b a r r i e r out b y the sw im m
  • LBJ CONGRATULATES KING ON HIS RE-ELECTION AS GOVERNOR OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
  • Telephone conversation # 6241, sound recording, LBJ and JOHN KING, 11/5/1964, 3:39PM
  • King, John
  • JOHN KING
  • King, Cecil R. (Cecil Rhodes), 1898-1974
  • "(LEGISLATION-POVERTY-VIETNAM)"; MCCORMACK IS MEETING WITH HARRY SHEPPARD, BERNIE SISK, CECIL KING AT TIME OF CALL; CONTINUES FROM PREVIOUS RECORDING
  • CECIL KING
  • Folder, "[December 5, 1967 - 5:31 p.m. Meeting with Governor John W. King of New Hampshire]," Meeting Notes Files, Box 2
  • MAR VIN WATSON'S NOTES ON THE MEETING BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND GOVERNOR JOHN W. KING OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1967 5:31P.M. p Governor, I read your speech before the State Democratic Executive Committee and it was awfully good. If I
  • LEGISLATIVE STRATEGY ON MEDICARE BILL; RIBICOFF AMENDMENT, KING-ANDERSON BILL, POSSIBLE COMPROMISE IN CONFERENCE; RULES COMMITTEE FAILURE TO VOTE ON APPALACHIA BILL; DIRKSEN LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT RIDER TO FOREIGN AID BILL; WILLIAM TUCK
  • PRESS STORY ON MEETING YESTERDAY ON MEDICARE BILL; RIBICOFF AMENDMENT; KING-ANDERSON BILL; LABOR'S POSITION ON MEDICARE; APPALACHIA BILL AND RULES COMMITTEE; NEED FOR JUSTICE DEPT RECOMMENDATION ON LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT LEGISLATION
  • DISCUSSION OF CANDIDATES TO SUCCEED MARVIN JONES AS CHAIRMAN OF FOOD MARKETING COMMISSION; LBJ EXPRESSES CONCERN ABOUT EFFECT OF FOOD PRICES ON ELECTION; US REPRESENTATIVE TO WEDDING OF KING CONSTANTINE OF GREECE; CANDIDATES FOR AMBASSADORSHIPS
  • OFFICE CONVERSATION ON POVERTY BILL; ANDERSON RECOMMENDS LBJ APPOINT CHAIRMAN OF FEDERAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING COMMITTEE FOR ALASKA; DISCUSSION OF RIBICOFF AMENDMENT TO KING-ANDERSON MEDICARE BILL; ANDERSON EXPRESSES SUPPORT FOR HHH AS VP NOMINEE
  • REACTIONS TO LBJ STATEMENT ON TONKIN GULF; KING-ANDERSON MEDICARE BILL; VOTES OF CHARLES BENNETT, PAUL ROGERS ON POVERTY BILL; LBJ OFFERS ASSURANCE OF HIS SUPPORT IF THEY VOTE FOR BILL; ROBERT SIKES' STATEMENT ON TONKIN GULF; SEATING OF PIERRE
  • CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION THAT REGULAR MISSISSIPPI DELEGATION BE SEATED BUT MFDP MEMBERS AARON HENRY, EDWIN KING BE SEATED AS AT-LARGE DELEGATES AS SHOW OF CONSCIENCE, RECOGNITION OF RIGHT TO VOTE; ADOPTION OF NEW OPEN PARTY RULES
  • Office work; arrival ceremony for King & Queen of Nepal; speeches & parade down Pennsylvania Avenue to Blair House; lunch; meeting with Clark Clifford & Madame Shoumatoff about portrait of Lady Bird; visit with LBJ in dining room; LBJ's announcement
  • MEMORANDUM THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON ’ W ed n esd a y , N o v e m b e r 1, 1967 Page 1 It w a s the day o f the v i s i t o£ the King of N ep a l and h is Q u e e n . T he in o r n in g I sp e n t a t d e s k w o rk , a n d then a fe w m in u
  • in h im ." So w e d ro v e down b y the g r a v e y a r d - - no u n f a m i l i a r s ig h t f o r M i s s i s s i p p i a n s , and th e h o u s e w h e r e L y n d o n w a s b o r n a n d a r o u n d loo king a t the c a t t l e . d i s p l a y e d