Rescuing Texas History, 2009 - 148 Matching Results

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[Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson Exiting a Church]

Description: Photograph of Lady Bird and Lyndon Johnson exiting a church alongside a clergyman in white robes. A woman is partially visible in the open doorway behind them. A man in a suit leans against a stone wall to the left while three other men stand elsewhere on the tile porch. A small vineyard can be seen behind these three to the right.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos

[Lady Bird and Lyndon Johnson on Walkway]

Description: Photograph of Lady Bird and Lyndon Johnson walking together on a walkway. They share the walkway with several people in business attire, a robed clergyman to their right, and a children's choir and accompanying nun to the far right. Cars are parked in front of the houses that line the road behind them.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos

[Lyndon Johnson Speaking to a Man]

Description: Photograph of Lyndon Johnson speaking with a shorter man wearing glasses. A man with a camera is visible to the lower right corner of the photo. George Reedy is standing behind Johnson and looking toward the camera. The group is standing at the side of a stone building near a creeping shrub.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos

[Crowd in Front of the Texas White House]

Description: Photograph of a crowd of people in front of the Texas White House. Two long tables are being used for seating in the foreground. Lyndon Johnson can be seen standing at a podium under a balcony. A film camera on the left is aimed toward Johnson.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos

[Incoming Helicopter]

Description: Photograph of a helicopter coming in for a landing in a field near a river. Cameramen take pictures on the right side of the photo. To the left, two women and a man shield their eyes as they look toward the vehicle.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos