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  • Contributor > Jenkins, Walter (Walter Wilson), 1918-1985 (remove)

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  • MARKS REPORTS THAT TELEGRAM (FROM FCC?) WAS SENT TO LADY BIRD JOHNSON, A. W. MOURSUND AND WADDY BULLION AT 4:57P; MARKS SAYS HE NEEDS TO MEET WITH LBJ AND JENKINS SOON
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  • JENKINS REPORTS ON ABE FORTAS' MEETING WITH PRESS ON JOHNSON FAMILY BUSINESS; LADY BIRD JOHNSON; TELEPHONE LINE AT LBJ RANCH CONNECTED TO A. W. MOURSUND
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  • USE OF CAMP DAVID BY WH STAFF; NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE STORY ON JIM ROWE AS SUGAR LOBBYIST FOR HAITI, DUVALIER; ROWE'S RESPONSE TO JOCK WHITNEY; LETTER TO NORTH DAKOTA GOV. WILLIAM GUY; PLANS FOR LADY BIRD JOHNSON'S CAMPAIGN TRIP; CAMPAIGN ISSUES
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  • DISCUSSION OF DROP IN RECENT POLLS; LACK OF CAMPAIGN SUPPLIES; REACTION TO LBJ'S TELEVISED SPEECH; GOLDWATER'S CAMPAIGN STRATEGY; ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS; JOHNSON FAMILY BUSINESS; LADY BIRD JOHNSON'S WHISTLESTOP CAMPAIGN TRIP
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  • LADY BIRD JOHNSON'S WHISTLESTOP CAMPAIGN; EARLE CLEMENTS' HELP WITH TOBACCO INTERESTS IN NORTH CAROLINA CAMPAIGN; RECENT POLLS; POSSIBLE CAMPAIGN STOP IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA; BOBBY BAKER INVESTIGATION; JOHNSON FAMILY BUSINESS; AUSTIN FEDERAL BUILDING
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  • LBJ DISCUSSES NOT RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT, DISCOURAGEMENT WITH PRESS, DISLOYALTY AMONG HIS CABINET AND STAFF, WHITE SOUTHERNER'S INABILITY TO UNITE COUNTRY; HHH; RFK, MFDP ISSUE; LBJ'S HEALTH; LADY BIRD JOHNSON'S ADVICE; LBJ WILL DECIDE DURING NSC
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  • REQUEST THAT RFK SECOND LBJ'S NOMINATION; LADY BIRD JOHNSON'S TRIP TO ATLANTIC CITY; HHH'S WH MEETING WITH LBJ; JOHN CONNALLY'S COMPLAINT ABOUT CONVENTION SECURITY; SEATS FOR ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI, MFDP; "BULL" CONNOR; S 1451 VETO; RESPONSE TO AP 75
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  • don't think I knew that at the time. I don't But I remember when she came. G: Anything significant or memorable there about her? J: Well, she was allowed to visit him clearly more than anyone else unless it was Mrs. Johnson, Lady Bird. What
  • relationships, he'd have to decide in favor of Johnson because he had grown up-Tape 2 of 2 J: --Mr. Taylor, Lady Bird Johnson's father, was his closest friend, and if he had based it on friendship. . . . I don't remember just at what point he said
  • -infested waters of the Potomac with more decency or charity or came out on the other side with his integrity less shaken. If Lyndon Johnson owed everything to one human being other than Lady Bird, he owed it to Walter Jenkins.” Joseph Califano wrote