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  • ETHEL KENNEDY THANKS LBJ FOR HIS ASSISTANCE FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF RFK; LBJ OFFERS ANY ADDITIONAL HELP HE CAN MAKE AVAILABLE; ETHEL KENNEDY ASKS LBJ TO RELAY HER THANKS TO LADY BIRD JOHNSON ALSO
  • Telephone conversation # 13116, transcript, LBJ and ETHEL KENNEDY, 6/9/1968, 12:41PM
  • Kennedy, Ethel, 1928-
  • ETHEL KENNEDY
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • July2, 2008 Reference No. 13116 Processing Note Transcript only of this conversation; there is no recording. DATE: 6/9/68 TIME: 12:41 PM CALLER: Ethel Kennedy Pages ofTranscript: 1 page Barbara Cline Archivist ·-· -......- - - ~~· ... i
  • and impartial justice. -- dictated by JV as summary of conversation) Ed Weisl, Sr in bedroom w/ President Dr. Gould and Dr. B urkley treating the President's throat. Motorcade to La Guardia w/ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy, G. Reedy, Jack Valenti in automobile
  • EDWARD KENNEDY THANKS LBJ FOR HIS ASSISTANCE FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF RFK AND ALSO CONVEYS THE THANKS OF HIS PARENTS
  • Telephone conversation # 13117, transcript, LBJ and EDWARD KENNEDY, 6/10/1968, 3:00PM
  • Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009
  • EDWARD KENNEDY
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • Reference No. 13117 August 13, 2008 Processing Note Transcript only of this conversation; there is no recording. DATE: 6/10/68 TIME: 3:00 PM CALLER: Edward Kennedy Pages ofTranscript: 1 page Barbara Cline Archivist .. . ~~ ··.~ -~·t
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • : Very good! WATSON: I wanted to report that I understand the meeting was scheduled this morning at 11:00 with Mr. Clifford. However, I read :· on a tickertape, #AP 43's our nUinber, a report out of the Los Angeles which says "Senator Robert F
  • the White House by chopper with the President, Joe Califano, Marie, and party; then from Andrews to New York City; to St. Patrick's Cathedral for funeral services for Senator Robert Kennedy. Motorcade to air field; returned to Andrews Air Force Base. 12:49
  • The complex Democratic two-camp division in the 1959-1960 campaign; being confronted by Kennedy about his alliance; Rauh’s version of the Kennedy, Humphrey, Johnson party choice for President and Vice-President; Rauh’s disappointment over JFK’s
  • that the Istop Kennedy' people could do him, fine. In West Virginia we had such obvious Istop Kennedy' people as that bigot Robert Byrd helping us. M: Helping in quotation marks almost there. R: "Helping," yes. But his sole motivation was to stop Kennedy
  • McGeorge Bundy mf Get Bob Anderson Secretary McNamara NYC Robert Anderson McGeorge Bundy Clifford Alexander and Louie Martin for pictures w/ Pres Secretary Hodges out Mr and Mrs Ewel Stone and sone Hunter Stone Off Record Walter Jenkins from Denver Colo
  • :50a 4. 12:00n 5. 1:00p 6. 6:45p 7. 7:45p The White House for Leadership breakfast meeting. With President and Mrs. Kennedy, greeted Democratic Women on White House lawn. Congressman Roberts to present Judge Hall, his successor in Texas Senate. Opened
  • . Mansfield' s office Atty General Robert Kennedy, re: John Connally Homer Thornberry, re: House caucus Larry O'Brien Sen Symington Bobby Kennedy John Connally Sen Clements Bobby Baker Dudley Daugherty Dudley Daughertty and Mrs. Daugherty Palmer Hoy t (Denver
  • Jenkins Elmer Staats f 1:05 1:50 2:30 3:55 4:16 4:55 4:56 6:15 6:55 7:00 7:05 7:25 office - re salinity in the lower Colorado River Secy. Mann, McGeorge Bundy & Robert M Sayre McGeorge Phillips Talbot, Bob Komer, Ralph Dungan, Bundy - re Cyprus meets
  • Briefing Senator Robert Kennedy before his 1965 trip to Latin America; Peace Corps and OEO staffs’ opposition to Vietnam War, 1966- ; original purpose of U.S. intervention in Dominican Republic; Mankiewicz leaving the Peace Corps to become
  • 6 about Vietnam, and the more I looked at Vietnam the less I liked it. And it was clear to me really. although I never thought about it consciously, that Robert Kennedy's offi.ce was p'robably the only place in Washington where I wanted to work
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • been reading about this coznmission from Kennedy. about it. We've started reading DALEY: Oh, yes. WATSON: I want to tell you what we know about it. Mel Elfrin, of Newsweek magazine, tells us he got his original tip from a freind of Ted
  • , U. Stikker, (Secy-Genl. NATO), Hon. Geo. Ball, Farley, Mr. J. Robert Schaetzel, Mr Getz Depart South Grounds via chopper (over) Rpt checked - gb Mr. Philip 3:36p 3:45p 4:45p 4:55p 4:58p 5:15p 5:50p 5:56p 6:05p 6:25p 6:25p . To Departed W
  • International Union in Miami Tuesday White To To Andrews AFB via House helicopter 9-15-64 calls carded Addressed Machinists made remarks at Cape Kennedy w/ JV, Major Gordon Cooper, Mr. Robert M. Jackson (of Corpus Christ!) , Lt. Col
  • crowds for it wasn't the parade route. Many welcome signs, etc. One sing read "LBJ ThanKs For The S. P.A. Loan" -' ! Stopped corner. Flatbush Ave. and Nostrand Ave. Here there was a large crowd and a : number of pickets. Senator Robert Kennedy joined
  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968
  • in the office just to the east of the large Attorney General's office where Robert Kennedy made his office. morning. I manned those phones most all of the night until early My recollection is that when I began, nobody was writing LBJ Presidential Library http
  • LBJ and RFK; LBJ’s activities the night of November 22, 1963; LBJ’s first days as President; JFK’s staff; the transition; Jacqueline Kennedy; LBJ in retirement
  • Oral history transcript, Juanita Roberts, interview 3 (III), 10/17/1969, by Joe B. Frantz
  • Roberts, Juanita, 1913-1983
  • Juanita Roberts
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  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968
  • /exhibits/show/loh/oh Roberts -- III -- 16 President Johnson had asked, as you know, the Kennedy staff to stay on. office. Kenny O'Donnell was in the appointment secretary's He was not there a great deal in the first two weeks, if I remember right. F
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • both McCarthy and Bobby Kennedy on the ballot. I have asked Bailey and Criswe ll at DNC to talk to the State Chairman and National Committeeman and our friends and get their recommendations on these Primaries. I do not want to say I am or I am
  • LBJ’s response to the Detroit riots and race problem; McNamara’s move from Defense Dept. to the World Banks; Robert Kennedy’s and the “doves” in the Senate; assessment of LBJ and conclusion that he was a bitter man; Kennedy’s decision to run
  • that perhaps the President would not run. G: In 1967 you had this feeling? M: Yes. Well, I thought the President would either run or not run, depending on what he thought would most frustrate Robert Kennedy. Indeed I think that was one of the bases
  • . Johnson Ray Roberts Luncheon Arrived back in P-38 Charlie Boatner Meeting with Chester Bowles (State Department). Discussed Cuba Discussion in P-38with Congressman Gonzalez Dr. Isen of Buffalo, N. Y. to fit Mr. Johnson with new contact lens. PMrs. Owens
  • ; the effect of LBJ keeping some of JFK’s staff and the quality of the new members of LBJ’s staff; Eric Goldman; Schlesinger’s involvement with the Dominican Republic; LBJ campaigning for Robert Kennedy in the 1964 New York Senate race; White House Art Festival
  • that the Kennedys thought he ought to be President. I never heard either John Kennedy or Robert Kennedy say anythhg like this. John Kennedy on the other hand had a high regard for Lyndon Johnson and" certain 1ffection for him. F: I think the men understood each
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • and rumbles that possibly Bobby Kennedy will announce this week. DALEY: That's right. I want to talk to him - if something can be done to head that df, ' ... WATSON: DALEY: WATSON: All right. ... if we do certain other things. You think he may do
  • The White House Activity (include Date visited by)* Thursday June 28, 1962 Expenditure Code LD Participated in Mrs. Kennedy's Press Presentation of the Treaty Room of the White House havin g coffee with Mrs. Kennedy, Senator and Mrs. Mansfield, Senator
  • then occurs) McGeorge Bundy, Wash DC Wash DC Secretary Robert McNamara /1:25 f Secy McNamara (Wash DC) Departs Carlyle for New York Times Bldg with Jack Valenti & Pierre Salinger (luncheon & meeting w/ Editorial Board Departs for Waldorf Astoria - greeted
  • . Robert Kennedy Motorcade to the Waldorf Astoria - accompanied by. . . Motorcade too k the President through East Harlem where good crowds --~6 deep ; lined the streets. ..-•'. '" Arrive Waldorf Astoria - because of the density of the crowds in the area
  • THE WHITE HOUSE MRS. LYNDON B. JOHNSON, Daily Diary WASHINGTON Mrs. Johnson began her day at (Place) Entry No. Date Thursday, June 6, 1968 The White House Time Activity ND (The news has come that Senator Robert Kennedy has died in Los
  • House. 9:07 Left National Airport on Eastern Shuttle. 2. 10:57 Arrived at the Hotel Pierre, New York City. Was met by Mr. Robert Dowling, the owner. Fitted clothes with Adele Simpson, Miss Treyz, and Mrs. Raines (Adele Simpson's daughter). Fitted
  • _ ; member __ Mrg I / e tt . o LJ • platfor y Mrs n& . Rober t Kenned y _ ', y Robert McNamara Se n & Mrs. Edwar d Kennedy . Gov. & Mrs . Mill s F . Godwi n ff Mr. & Mrs . D . A . Holden , Presiden t o f shipyar d Mr. & Mrs. W . T . Smith
  • and the Kennedys, debate between LBJ and JFK at the 1960 Democratic convention.
  • could have any power was if the President gave it to him. G: Well now, let me ask you to discuss Robert Kennedy's visits. V: At the convention? G: Yes. V: I was not in the room at the time. I may have been in the room when he first arrived
  • :10p f 9 3:30p Activity Date (include visited by)* September 8, 1962 Expenditure Code LD Arr P-38 George Reedy President Kennedy expressing appreciation to the Vice President for the splendid job done on the trip to the Mid-East. Dr. Kenneth
  • :50 To elevator w/ President, Mr. and Mrs. McCone, Robert Kennedy, and Secretary Hodges 7:07 To helicopter and to Air Force One. Dinner in flight. 8:20 Arrive White House. 8:30 In President's Bedroom w/ President and Governor Connally. 11:30 Retired
  • in dressing room. 3:27 Called Bess. 3:38 Called Paul Fischer. 3:39 With Luci, Helene, and Marilyn to the theater to see Luci's movies of R&R in Hawaii and documentary on "Robert Kennedy Remembered." 4:40 To the second floor. To Marilyn and Helene's office
  • 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12:30n 11 2:30 Space Committee meeting, 224 SOB 12 13 14 15 16 17 4:00p 4:30p 5:00p 5:30p 5:45p 6:00p Expenditure Code Bill Whitley (Sen Jordan's office), Robert Cox, Ben Swanson Sen Kennedy Ogden Reid, nominee for ambassador
  • McKee Attorney fr mans Atlantic fr City fr mans mans Ford Motor Co Dallas Texas General Robert Kennedy Atlantic City fr mans Wednesday 8-26-64 Walter Jenkins Atlantic City fr mans Mayor Robert Wagner of NYC - Atlantic City (fr. mans
  • , MF arriving at 11:50 Haircut in. airport barbershop Lunch at Dobbs House w/ Mrs. Johnson, Liz and MF Joined in room by Gov. and Mrs. Connally, Speaker and Mrs. Tunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner Carr President Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy arrive airport -- VP
  • , Robert Kennedy was the one that decided. I didn't know him, so I've often been asked why he chose me, and I really don't know the answer to that. It was probably on Byron White's recommendation, I suppose. B: I was wondering how a Yale man got mixed up
  • MM explains how she came to work for Lyndon Johnson, LBJ’s interaction with state office management, role of Walter Jenkins in office, LBJ’s attitude toward 1960 presidential nomination and campaign, relationship between LBJ and the Kennedys
  • /exhibits/show/loh/oh Valenti -- I -- 6 V: Yes, I suppose they did. You just couldn't conceive of the possibility that, for instance Senator Kennedy would get the nomination because of his youth and being Catholic and all the other arguments that were
  • Reasons for JFK’s 11/63 trip to Texas; detailed description of the day of the assassination, the motorcade, assassination, hospital, swearing-in; and flight back to Washington D.C.; LBJ’s and Kennedy staff’s behavior following the assassination
  • Oral history transcript, Charles Roberts, interview 1 (I), 1/14/1970, by Joe B. Frantz
  • Roberts, Charles Wesley, 1916-1992
  • Charles Roberts
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  • histories: http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/oh ROBERTS -- I -- 14 F: Okay, let's go back to Love Field. R: Yes. You're in a police car. We got there of course after both Johnson and the Kennedy casket and had a little trouble getting
  • ] More on LBJ Library oral histories: http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/oh Schnittker -- II -- 2 So [Orville] Freeman and/or [Robert] Kennedy, urged on by economic adviser Willard Cochrane, said we will start a pilot food stamp program in a few
  • Oral history transcript, Juanita Roberts, interview 4 (IV), 4/6/1983, by Michael L. Gillette
  • Roberts, Juanita, 1913-1983
  • Juanita Roberts
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  • Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968
  • that he met with Robert Kennedy at the White House. LBJ Presidential Library http://www.lbjlibrary.org ORAL HISTORY TRANSCRIPT Lyndon B. Johnson Library Oral Histories [NAID 24617781] More on LBJ Library oral histories: http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits