The information in this exhibit has been drawn from the University Archives’ holdings. The University Archives would like to thank Texas State University Common Experience for its information on the 2008-09 Civic Responsibility and the Legacy of LBJ program. We would also like to thank the LBJ Presidential Library for its footage of the 1965 Inauguration and Reverbnation for access to Ervin Litkei's "President Lyndon B. Johnson March." 

This exhibit was developed in Fall 2016 by Lindsey Waldenberg, Graduate Assistant and Public History Graduate Student.

For additional information, see the LBJ100 oral history collection created in 2008 in honor of the Lyndon B. Johnson Centennial Celebration.


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