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Photograph of buildings and construction materials as seen from across a road. Trucks and industrial vehicles sit to the right of the buildings.

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Dietel, Norman Creation Date: Unknown.


This photograph is part of the collection entitled: Rescuing Texas History, 2009 and one other and was provided by LBJ Museum of San Marcos to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries. More information about this photograph can be viewed below.


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LBJ Museum of San Marcos

The LBJ Museum of San Marcos has partnered with us to contribute the Norman Dietel Photograph Collection, which contains photos of Lyndon B. Johnson and his family, press conferences, ceremonies, and other historic political events. Noteworth persons included in the photos include Sam Rayburn, John F. Kennedy, Billy Moyers, and Harry Truman.

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Photograph of buildings and construction materials as seen from across a road. Trucks and industrial vehicles sit to the right of the buildings.

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1 photograph : b&w


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Rescuing Texas History, 2009

Rescuing Texas History 2009, presents local history materials from sixteen partners: Arlington Public Library & Fielder House, Austin History Center, Bee County Historical Commission, Dallas Municipal Archives, El Paso Public Library, French Legation Museum, Matthews Land & Cattle Company, LBJ Museum of San Marcos, Northeast Lakeview College, Permian Basin Petroleum Museum, Library & Hall of Fame, Port Arthur Public Library, River Valley Pioneer Museum, Stephen F. Austin Association, University of Texas at San Antonio, and University of Houston-Victoria Library. Funding was provided by the Summerlee Foundation of Dallas.

Norman Dietel Photograph Collection

The Norman Dietel Photograph Collection is presented by the LBJ Museum of San Marcos and document Lyndon Johnson and family at the LBJ Ranch in Stonewall, Texas (his home from 1951-1973, Lady Bird's until 2007). The photos cover major events, including the historic diplomatic visit by West German Chancellor Adenauer in 1961, meeting with foreign ambassadors from Mexico and India, the 1960 campaign of Kennedy and Johnson, birthday celebrations, President Johnson press conferences, education legislation signing ceremonies, national/state park dedications, LBJ's funeral ceremony, and dedication of Otto Lindig's historic lime kiln.

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Added to The Portal to Texas History

  • Dec. 6, 2009, 9:57 p.m.

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  • July 26, 2012, 11:18 a.m.

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Dietel, Norman. Buildings and Construction Material], photograph, Date Unknown; ( accessed October 23, 2016), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting LBJ Museum of San Marcos.