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Lyndon B. Johnson
Lyndon B. Johnson(19 Photos)
See pictures from the life and presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson.
Presidents and Their Children
Presidents and Their Children(14 Photos)
First families have shared the public spotlight with each president of the United States.
The vastness and diversity of Texas are evident in nearly all aspects of its physical features, economy, history and cultural life.
Washington, D.C.(10 Photos)
The capital of the United States, Washington, D.C., is home to many of the country's most iconic landmarks, including the White House, the Washington Monument and the U.S. Capitol.
First LadiesVideo Clip (1:50)
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These U.S. first ladies made their mark during their stays at the White House.
History Uncut: Ladybird Johnson
History Uncut: Ladybird JohnsonVideo Clip (0:49)
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See footage of former First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson at the White House Fair in this video clip form 'History Uncut'.
Deconstructing History: White House
Deconstructing History: White HouseVideo Clip (1:35)
Video Clip (1:35)
It may not have been home to the president until 1800 or even called the White House until 1901, but it remains a symbol of freedom and democracy throughout the world.
Presidential Fun Facts
Presidential Fun FactsVideo Clip (1:21)
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The Oval Office has been filled with extraordinary presidents, but did you know about these not-so-famous firsts?
Ladybird Johnson Enjoys White House Fair
Ladybird Johnson Enjoys White House FairVideo Clip (0:45)
Video Clip (0:45)
In a History Uncut video, see footage of President Lyndon B. Johnson's wife, Ladybird Johnson, enjoying herself at a fair at the White House in 1967.
History Uncut: Lyndon and Ladybird Xmas Morning 1968
History Uncut: Lyndon and Ladybird Xmas Morning 1968Video Clip (0:40)
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Spend Christmas morning at the White House with President Lyndon Johnson and his wife Lady Bird in this video clip from 'History Uncut'.
Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson Call Nellie Connally
Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson Call Nellie ConnallyVideo Clip (3:06)
Video Clip (3:06)
On November 27, 1963, the president and first lady speak with the wife of Texas Governor John Connally, who was seriously wounded during the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Lyndon Johnson's Management Style
Lyndon Johnson's Management StyleVideo Clip (3:00)
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When he took office following JFK's death, President Johnson's unique approach took some in the White House by surprise.
Speeches & Audio (1)
Lady Bird Johnson Critiques the President
Lady Bird Johnson Critiques the PresidentAudio Clip (2:30)
Audio Clip (2:30)
President Lyndon B. Johnson holds a press conference on March 7, 1964, and takes questions on a range of topics, from the pending civil rights bill to the war in Vietnam. Afterward, in a recorded conversation with the president, Lady Bird Johnson evaluates her husband’s performance and awards him a “B+.”
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Lady Bird Johnson was an American first lady, the wife of Lyndon B. Johnson, and noted environmentalist.Go
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