Lady Bird Johnson
The entire collection of nearly 100 love letters written between Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson during their 2 1/2-month courtship in 1934 is being made available to the public for the first time beginning on Valentine’s Day.
The smiling face of Lady Bird Johnson goes on a U.S. postage stamp as the U.S. Postal Service dedicates a souvenir Forever stamp to the former first lady in Austin.
It has been five years since former first lady Lady Bird Johnson died, and a tribute to her life is planned this weekend at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin.
The National Archives is marking what would have been the 100th birthdays of two former first ladies — Pat Nixon and Lady Bird Johnson — with displays of rare photos and other objects.
A daughter of former President Lyndon B. Johnson and her husband have given $1 million to a wildflower center named for her mother.
The forecast is calling for blankets of bluebonnets in Texas.
The fall and winter rains, combined with unusually warm temperatures for this time of year, have created the perfect mix for a spectacular wildflower season.
Lady Bird Johnson’s personal insight into the pre-presidential years is revealed in a large collection of oral histories the LBJ Library has released as part of its 40th anniversary celebration this week.