Oral history transcript, Lady Bird Johnson, interview 2 (II), 8/13/191977, by Michael L. Gillette

Title:

Oral history transcript, Lady Bird Johnson, interview 2 (II), 8/13/191977, by Michael L. Gillette

Number of Pages:

16

Description:

Lady Bird Johnson's early education at the Fern School; childhood friends; Mrs. Johnson's relationship with Dorris Powell and her mother, Mrs. Odom; Minnie Lee Pattillo's mental health; attending African-American churches as a child; Mrs. Johnson's love of the changing seasons and nature; family friend, Goodwin Coleman; Mrs. Johnson's shyness and her reluctance to be high school valedictorian; boarding with Aunt Effie Pattillo at Bernice Emmert's house while attending Jefferson High School; attending Marshall High School; Mrs. Johnson's closest friends, including Carl, Gene, and Emma Boehringer and others from Marshall and St. Mary's Episcopal School for Girls in Dallas.

Contributor:

Johnson, Lady Bird, 1912-2007

Collection:

LBJ Library Oral Histories

Collection Description:

Go to List of Holdings

Series:

Transcripts of LBJ Library Oral Histories

Rights:

Possibly copyright restricted: see deed at end of transcript for details

Interviewee:

Lady Bird Johnson

Interviewer(s):

Michael L. Gillette

Specific Item Type:

Oral history

Type:

Text

Format:

Paper

Identifier:

oh-ctj-19770813-2-11-10

Date:

1977-08-13

Time Period:

Post-Presidential (Jan. 21, 1969-)