Telephone conversation # 104, sound recording, LBJ and SPESSARD HOLLAND, 11/27/1963, 5:13PM

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Title:

Telephone conversation # 104, sound recording, LBJ and SPESSARD HOLLAND, 11/27/1963, 5:13PM

Duration: (min: sec):

5:22

Reference No.:

104

Description:

LBJ SAYS IT HAS BEEN SUGGESTED THAT NASA FACILITY AT CAPE CANAVERAL BE RENAMED CAPE KENNEDY IN HONOR OF JFK; HOLLAND SAYS HE HAS NO OBJECTION BUT SUGGESTS STUDY BE MADE OF THE NAME CAPE CANAVERAL BECAUSE IT IS AN ANCIENT NAME, PRAISES LBJ'S SPEECH TODAY

Contributor:

Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973; Holland, Spessard L. (Spessard Lindsey), 1892-1971

Collection:

Recordings and Transcripts of Telephone Conversations and Meetings

Collection Description:

Go to List of Holdings

Series:

White House Telephone Recordings and Transcripts

Speaker 1:

LBJ

Who Placed the Call?:

Speaker 1

Speaker 2:

SPESSARD HOLLAND

Location of Speaker 1:

Oval Office or unknown location

Subject:

Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Assassinations; Congressional relations; National politics; Space program; LBJ speeches and statements

Archivist's General Note:

"(TRANSCRIBED)"; PREVIOUSLY OPENED 11/1993

Rights:

Possibly copyright restricted, see copyright note in Collection Description

Specific Item Type:

Telephone conversation

Type:

Audio

Format:

Dictation belt

Identifier:

tel-00104

Date:

1963-11-27

Time Period:

Presidential (Nov. 22, 1963-Jan. 20, 1969)

Transcript:

Transcribed by LBJ's staff. Transcript not yet digitized.