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  • against the certification of LBJ as the Democratic nominee for Senate; Davidson's relationship with Mrs. Johnson's father, T. J. Taylor; irregularities in voting results throughout Texas; Judge Davidson signing the injunction enjoining the Texas secretary
  • DATE: September 5, 1981 INTERVIEWEE: LADY BIRD JOHNSON INTERVIEWER: MICHAEL L. GILLETTE PLACE: LBJ Ranch, Stonewall, Texas Tape 1 of 4 J: So the last week of July 1948 found us--Lyndon, me, all his campaign workers--in the mood composed
  • role in that position; 1951 congressional issues, including initiating a military draft; attempts to persuade Dwight Eisenhower to run for the presidency; Major J. R. Parten; Washington, D.C. social events, especially involving Texans; Zephyr Wright's
  • DATE: January 30, 1982 INTERVIEWEE: LADY BIRD JOHNSON INTERVIEWER: MICHAEL L. GILLETTE PLACE: LBJ Ranch, Stonewall, Texas Tape 1 of 2 J: You asked me a minute ago about whether Lyndon was interested in the publicity that came
  • : MICHAEL L. GILLETTE PLACE: LBJ Ranch, Stonewall, Texas More on LBJ Library oral histories: http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/oh Tape 1 of 4 G: Let's start with the circumstances of Luci's birth. J: Actually, for me, that summer was a sort
  • B. JOHNSON INTERVIEWER: MICHAEL L. GILLETTE PLACE: Casa Leonor, Acapulco More on LBJ Library oral histories: http://discoverlbj.org/exhibits/show/loh/oh Tape 1 of 3 J: Early February of 1942 found me settled in Washington, Lyndon gone
  • Social events of the 1950s; Senator Theodore Francis Green; Sam Rayburn; Senator Walter George; Herbert Hoover; Lady Bird Johnson's miscarriages in 1954; the political situation in Vietnam in 1954; the Texas governor's race between Allan Shivers
  • and shame-faced as we were to be very much more so in the next decade, because the Democrats had just sort of chewed up Hoover, over and over, from--when was it, 1930? G: 1932. J: --that first race of Roosevelt, 1932, beginning then and on for twenty
  • at KTBC; attending the State of the Union Message; 1947 legislative issues; Aunt Effie's estate; President Truman sending Herbert Hoover to Europe to study food and fuel shortages; Mrs. Johnson's pregnancy; the backyard and garden at the 30th Place house
  • gather, felt that Hoover had been abused and had not been treated fairly after his presidency. Do you recall that? Did he ever talk about that? J: That's the only evidence that I've come across of it. I know that Lyndon lived to flinch at his own
  • ; 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
  • DATE: November 15, 1981 INTERVIEWEE: LADY BIRD JOHNSON INTERVIEWER: MICHAEL L. GILLETTE PLACE: LBJ Ranch, Stonewall, Texas Tape 1 of 1 J: The first of the year, as I have said, was always a series of celebrations of Speaker Sam Rayburn's
  • - December 1952 DATE: March 29, 1982 INTERVIEWEE: LADY BIRD JOHNSON INTERVIEWER: MICHAEL L. GILLETTE PLACE: Mrs. Johnson's apartment, Austin, Texas Tape 1 of 1 J: October of 1952 saw the campaign, such as it was, get into full sway. There were