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LBJ wires Lady Bird that he will call her on Sunday evening.
LBJ writes his tentative itinerary on an American Airlines schedule. He may have enclosed the schedule with his letter written on September 23 or a later letter. The schedule appears to have been tri-folded and mailed with a letter sent in a…
In a telegram sent from Tyler, Texas, Lady Bird tells LBJ that she had a hectic day and is taking the 5:00 bus home.
LBJ wires that he arrived in Washington and will telephone Sunday night. He is protesting to the Post Office on delay of letters from Karnack.
LBJ apparently forwards a postcard to Lady Bird that he received from Gene Boehringer. Gene writes about the "Zephyr" train she is riding to Dallas and wishes LBJ could be in Dallas with Lady Bird and all their friends.
LBJ sends Lady Bird a picture postcard of Dodge Hotel and says he hopes the garden is not closed when she comes to visit him.
LBJ sends Lady Bird a picture postcard of the Lincoln Memorial with a note saying he is glad she took a day off and went to Dallas. He comments that he has had a very pleasant and useful week and that the President may call Congress back in…
LBJ sends Lady Bird pamphlets about motor trips they can take, the Franciscan Monastery, and the Dodge Hotel. He has annotated each one.
LBJ tells Lady Bird about Marvin Jones' speech regarding the farm program and the Bankhead Bill. He discusses their phone call earlier that day, writes about his feelings for her, and says she has made a great difference in him.
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