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  • TERRITO, ROBERTS DESCRIBE CATHOLIC MISSAL ON WHICH LBJ TOOK OATH OF OFFICE FOLLOWING JFK ASSASSINATION; DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MISSAL AND BIBLE; PRESS STORY THAT MISSAL WAS KENNEDY FAMILY BIBLE; LBJ REQUESTS ABE FORTAS LOOK AT MISSAL
  • Telephone conversation # 10652, sound recording, LBJ and JUANITA ROBERTS, 8/29/1966, 8:39AM
  • Roberts, Juanita, 1913-1983
  • "8/29 MJDR/PRES/MRS. J" AND "MJDR/FORTAS" WRITTEN ON ORIGINAL DICTABELT; LADY BIRD JOHNSON IS MEETING WITH LBJ AND JUANITA ROBERTS IS MEETING WITH DOROTHY TERRITO AT WH AT TIME OF CALL; TIME FROM DAILY DIARY; THIS BELT RECORDED AT WH; POOR SOUND
  • JUANITA ROBERTS
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • FEHMER READS RESPONSE TO ACCOUNT IN WILLIAM MANCHESTER'S BOOK THAT LBJ TOOK OATH OF OFFICE ON KENNEDY BIBLE, OTHERS REVISE IT; MOYERS SUGGESTS CHRISTIAN DEFER PRESS QUESTIONS; RICHARD GOODWIN'S ACCOUNT OF KENNEDYS' CONCERNS ABOUT BOOK; LOOK MAGAZINE
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • RESPONSE TO ACCOUNT IN WILLIAM MANCHESTER'S BOOK THAT LBJ TOOK OATH OF OFFICE ON KENNEDY FAMILY BIBLE; MOYERS SAYS RFK TOLD RICHARD GOODWIN TO REVIEW MANCHESTER'S MANUSCRIPT; SARAH HUGHES', LARRY O'BRIEN'S RECOLLECTIONS; LOOK MAGAZINE PUBLICITY
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • "CALIF. PRIMARY, KUCHEL, MCCARTHY-KENNEDY DEBATE, JUDGESHIPS"; "SUMMARIZED YB" WRITTEN ON ENVELOPE; RECORDING STARTS AFTER CONVERSATION HAS BEGUN; LADY BIRD JOHNSON BRIEFLY INTERRUPTS RECORDING TO SPEAK TO WILLIAM WESTMORELAND WHO IS ON ANOTHER LINE
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • DISCUSSION OF RESPONSE TO ACCOUNT IN WILLIAM MANCHESTER'S UPCOMING BOOK THAT LBJ TOOK OATH OF OFFICE ON KENNEDY FAMILY BIBLE THAT WAS NOT RETURNED; ARCHIVAL HANDLING BY LBJ STAFF OF CATHOLIC MISSAL THAT WAS USED; SARAH HUGHES' RECOLLECTION OF EVENTS
  • LADY BIRD JOHNSON, MARIE FEHMER, GEORGE CHRISTIAN ARE MEETING WITH LBJ AT TIME OF CONFERENCE CALL; ABE FORTAS TALKS TO JUANITA ROBERTS WHO IS IN OFFICE WITH HIM BUT ROBERTS IS NOT AUDIBLE; CONVERSATION CONTINUES ON NEXT 3 RECORDINGS
  • to Hyannis Port to visit the Kennedys; Mrs. Johnson's impressions of the Kennedy family, including Robert Kennedy; campaigning in Texas with John F. Kennedy's sisters and mother; JFK's meeting with Protestant ministers in Houston; incident with anti-Kennedy
  • first meeting with Robert Kennedy, would it? Or might it have been? J: I think so. I don't really remember. M: He came to the LBJ Ranch once while President Johnson was Majority Leader, but there is no indication that you were there at that time. So
  • Fredericka of Greece, President Segni of Italy, and Chancellor Erhardt of Germany at the LBJ Ranch; heads of state gifts; dinner with the Jack Valentis and Bill Whites; White's book on LBJ and his book on Senator Robert Taft
  • , I sat down to lunch downstairs, in that room where I first came to a dinner with the Kennedys in January of ’61, with Bess, and Liz, and Ashton, and Tish Baldridge, who had come down to give us about four days of her time for advice and getting us
  • . Johnson's appreciation for the variety in lifestyles around the United States; voting and election day 1960; the Johnsons' activities in the days following the election, including John F. Kennedy's visit to the LBJ Ranch; the apartment on the fifth floor
  • was stopped on the highway, and there is just something peculiarly poignant in that. Here was a man running for vice president and trying very hard to help the man he was serving, President Kennedy, in becoming president. And stopped in a funeral procession
  • been among my husband's respected and trusted advisors. Three years ago this month our g reat President Kennedy acc epted from the city of Fort Smith the deed to this historic ground. I feel certain that he would have considered it a privilege, as I do
  • Lady Bird returns to White House; Johnson family to St. Mark's Church; lunch with the Dean Rusks, Robert McNamaras and McGeorge Bundys; Vietnam; Lady Bird and LBJ to Bob Thompsons; dinner with the Valentis
  • in answering the m ail M rs, Kennedy had received af ter the P resid en t’ s assassination. L iv e ly , attractive, a newspaperman's wif e - she said you could read just so much of it, day after day, time after time until you fin ally got saturated with g r
  • us, and Lucy Baines an d in the car with us Bob Waldron and the H arry McPhersons. There w ere long, long lines of solemn, respectful people, all along the hill in Robert E. Lee’s home as we wound up to the gravesite. The gravesite was covered
  • Governor Pat Brown, his wife, Bernice, and Australian Prime Minister Robert Menzies; India Edwards; friends such as Zendra Pipkin and Richard and Maureen Neuberger; LBJ's battle with Tom Miller over what Austin citizens had to pay for electricity; Luci's
  • presence as the sudden president of the United States after he had perhaps come to like Kennedy, or at least Jacqueline Kennedy. But Lyndon only regarded him because of his relation to his people, was my impression. And he used to just say, "Don't you do
  • , "I'd like to speak to Lyndon Johnson." but he's out. I said, "Oh, I'm sorry, But may I take a message?" And this person said, "This is Jack Kennedy." CTJ: Don't (Laughter) But I want to ask, out of all of those good, wonderful vignettes that you
  • JFK lies in state at the Capitol; the Johnsons attend St. Mark's Church; Eunice Shriver tells the Johnsons Lee Harvey Oswald has been killed; Jacqueline Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, John-John and Caroline ride to the Capitol in the car with the Johnsons
  • with Harry Middleton about film project; Lady Bird sits for sculptor, Robert Berks; visit with Lynda Robb & Luci Nugent during sitting; dinner for Hubert Humphrey and the Cabinet; photos of ladies & LBJ with Cabinet; toasts; papers to LBJ Library
  • Middleton about bur film project and then around four o'clock Friday, January 10, 1969 Page 4 into the Lincoln Bedroom for a two hour sittin g with Robert Berks the sculptor, who is doing my head. I took a batch of mail in and signed i t and worked
  • Democratic National Convention; the support of John Connally and the Wesley West family; early memories of John F. Kennedy; LBJ's senate majority leader office; committee to select the best senators throughout history; LBJ persuading Texas delegates to vote
  • , but comes later on in his life and I probably already have recited that in my White House things about after he--having taken over as President after the death of President [John F.] Kennedy--in August of 1964 was approaching the convention time. And he had
  • Sculptor Gilroy Roberts brings the model of LBJ's head for the Presidential Medal; Lady Bird visits Caroline Kennedy's school on third floor of the White House; Lady Bird remembers her mother's death when she was five; Lady Bird spends the afternoon
  • Lady Bird attends meeting about artwork for the White House; diplomatic relations are restored with Panama; Robert Anderson; reception and LBJ's speech for the 15th Anniversary of NATO; Lady Bird mentions individuals attending the reception; Lady
  • in the East Room ^'w hich we a re a lre a d y obligated fo r , since they w e r e selected by M rs . Kennedy about last Septem ber a n d a lre a d y woven in F ra n ce. And then we look fo rw a rd to w hatever else we m ight a c q u ir e ! H e’ s r e a lly
  • Johnson -- XI -- 2 at the Kennedy-Warren in a small apartment, our return to the Kennedy-Warren actually, because it had been our first, brief home after Lyndon came to Congress. Lyndon had had, for a few weeks, a little apartment over there the summer
  • Robert Kennedy is shot in Los Angeles; LBJ discusses gun control with Senator Mike Mansfield; LBJ calls Senators Dirksen & Aiken about agriculture; Lady Bird cancels appointments; Lady Bird works on telegrams for Rose & Ethel Kennedy; LBJ makes
  • ~ry aec tion, men like 'l'heodore Roos evelt, men l ike Frank:U.. n Roosevelt, men like John F. Kennedy , men like Robert S. Kerr, men like Mike Monroney and your House Delegation, all be~n to act and to protect and to develpp the natural resources
  • Act; Lady Bird observes Robert Kennedy; LBJ & Lady Bird to LBJ Ranch
  • of Mary Rather's brother and sister-in-law and Rather's efforts to care for their children; Juanita Roberts; Oklahoma Senator Bob Kerr; LBJ's view about alcohol; Averell Harriman; Estes Kefauver and his speech in Waxahachie, Texas; Christmas Eve at LBJ's
  • Johnson -- XXXVI -- 16 who had to deal with that, that is, first, [John] Kennedy, succeeded in multiplies by Lyndon Johnson, were not present, did not sign it. Lyndon was in Mayo having a kidney stone operation. That was something that plagued him much
  • and got an answer back that, yes, it would be all right. We decided to have it at the Kennedy-Warren, and it was going to cost a dollar seventyfive a plate, and I invited, as I always did, choosing very carefully because one was limited in the number
  • believe it could have been anybody that he would have liked better. And there we were, opposite numbers to that great Senator [Robert] Taft, the majority leader, who had Bill Knowland of California for his number-two man. But the shocking change
  • ; Lady Bird meets LBJ at hangar; park meeting continues at the LBJ Birthplace; to LBJ Ranch house; Johnsons, Lynda & Chuck Robb and the Krims drive the Lewis place; Robert Kennedy announces run for President; "Guess Who's Coming for Dinner?" movie shown
  • Kennedy walked into his office, the first time after John Kennedy 1 s death. It was Lyndon that suggested that we see Guess Who's Corning to Dinner, and we all went out to the hangar which is completed now, for showing movies, . and very nice, except
  • LBJ & Lady Bird read newspapers; to St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, for Robert Kennedy funeral; the Johnsons pay respects to the Kennedy family; lunch on plane back to Washington; Lady Bird reads newspapers and takes nap; mourners killed
  • Lady Bird, LBJ and staff are up late because of the Farm Bill; Lady Bird does office work; LBJ, Lady Bird and Lynda Johnson attend funeral for General Douglas MacArthur; Lady Bird exchanges brief remarks with Robert Kennedy; Lady Bird describes
  • ; the relationship between LBJ and Richard Russell; Robert Taft; tidelands controversy; Felix Longoria's burial; a letter from Herbert Hoover to Harry Truman regarding Hoover's public service; buying souvenir pieces of the White House during its renovation; Paul
  • . It was through him that we first heard--I'll continue this when I get back-(Interruption) An interesting little sidelight is that it was through Senator John McClellan that somewhat later on, and I don't remember what year, we first heard of Robert Kennedy
  • [Hubert] Humphrey, Senator [John] Kennedy announces his candidacy, and then on the Republican side, Vice President [Richard] Nixon announced his. Still no personal activity on the President's part, and you weren't aware of anything at this early stage
  • Office work; recording in Jacqueline Kennedy Garden for Hudson Valley trip; Lady Bird with Lynda Robb to doctor's office; lunch with Lynda; Chuck Robb & Patrick Nugent in Vietnam; meeting about Beautification stamps; office work; Lady Bird works
  • and his supporters; Lynda and Luci's whereabouts during the campaign; Lady Bird Johnson traveling around Texas attending political events and campaigning; Juanita Roberts; McCarthyism, Alger Hiss and his sister Anna Hiss; Taylor family support in East
  • be a combination. I believe that that is the time that Juanita Roberts gave us --no, I think she later gave us a big tea in Port Arthur. But somebody would stand up and talk after refreshments had been served, and we would tell people what they could do. They could
  • . That didn't come about until whose time, Kennedy's? Or was it Eisenhower's? It was Eisenhower's. It was Eisenhower's, because Oveta Culp 21 LBJ Presidential Library http://www.lbjlibrary.org ORAL HISTORY TRANSCRIPT Lyndon B. Johnson Library Oral Histories
  • Copyright to the unpublished writings of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis is held by Caroline Kennedy. In accordance with NARA regulations at 36 C.F.R. 1252.62, it is the researcher's responsibility to obtain any necessary permissions and to determine
  • LBJ TEASES JACQUELINE KENNEDY ABOUT LEAVING TOWN WITHOUT SAYING GOODBYE; LBJ, LADY BIRD JOHNSON WISH MRS. KENNEDY, HER FAMILY MERRY CHRISTMAS; MRS. KENNEDY THANKS LBJ FOR PRESENTS DELIVERED BY LUCI JOHNSON; MRS. JOHNSON'S ACTIVITIES; UPCOMING ERHARD
  • Telephone conversation # 636, sound recording, LBJ and JACQUELINE KENNEDY, 12/21/1963, 6:55PM
  • Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994
  • JACQUELINE KENNEDY
  • RESPONSE TO ACCOUNT IN WILLIAM MANCHESTER'S BOOK THAT LBJ TOOK OATH OF OFFICE ON KENNEDY FAMILY BIBLE; EVENTUAL DEPOSIT IN LBJ LIBRARY OF MISSAL THAT WAS USED; DESCRIPTION OF MISSAL AND ITS COVER; QUESTION OF RETURNING BOOK TO JACQUELINE KENNEDY
  • the inventory and sale of the Elms; evening social gathering of Johnson and Kennedy staffs; Ted Sorensen; Abe Fortas' interest in art and music; Jacqueline Kennedy's work; [Nancy] Salinger; LBJ's tour of the White House; civil rights legislation
  • it to start looking like the Johnsons lived here. I put out a picture of President and Mrs. Kennedy--no, I believe it’s just the President--and Caroline, and the pony, the little pony that Lyndon gave them. And then I put out a picture of Daddy with Tommy