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  • Johnsons to National City Christian Church; lunch, newspapers and Republic Convention on TV with LBJ; cocktail party at the Jack Valentis; dinner at White House with friends; news story about LBJ and the Presidency; Bobby Kennedy
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • to be the trad e m ark of Lyndon and h is b o y s. A ctu a lly in cold fac t, he n eed s m any of the things that Bobby Kennedy has and r e p r e s e n ts and is able to a ttr a c t. But , as he h im s e lf sa id , we tr a v e le d d ifferen t p a th s
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • us, and Lucy Baines an d in the car with us Bob Waldron and the H arry McPhersons. There w ere long, long lines of solemn, respectful people, all along the hill in Robert E. Lee’s home as we wound up to the gravesite. The gravesite was covered
  • Lady Bird returns to White House; Johnson family to St. Mark's Church; lunch with the Dean Rusks, Robert McNamaras and McGeorge Bundys; Vietnam; Lady Bird and LBJ to Bob Thompsons; dinner with the Valentis
  • McNamara, Robert Strange, 1916-2009
  • in answering the m ail M rs, Kennedy had received af ter the P resid en t’ s assassination. L iv e ly , attractive, a newspaperman's wif e - she said you could read just so much of it, day after day, time after time until you fin ally got saturated with g r
  • Fredericka of Greece, President Segni of Italy, and Chancellor Erhardt of Germany at the LBJ Ranch; heads of state gifts; dinner with the Jack Valentis and Bill Whites; White's book on LBJ and his book on Senator Robert Taft
  • Taft, Robert, Jr.
  • items, I sat down to lunch downstairs, in that room where I first came to a dinner with the Kennedys in January of ’61, with Bess, and Liz, and Ashton, and Tish Baldridge, who had come down to give us about four days of her time for advice and getting us
  • JFK lies in state at the Capitol; the Johnsons attend St. Mark's Church; Eunice Shriver tells the Johnsons Lee Harvey Oswald has been killed; Jacqueline Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, John-John and Caroline ride to the Capitol in the car with the Johnsons
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • Sculptor Gilroy Roberts brings the model of LBJ's head for the Presidential Medal; Lady Bird visits Caroline Kennedy's school on third floor of the White House; Lady Bird remembers her mother's death when she was five; Lady Bird spends the afternoon
  • Kennedy, Caroline B. (Caroline Bouvier), 1957-
  • Lady Bird attends meeting about artwork for the White House; diplomatic relations are restored with Panama; Robert Anderson; reception and LBJ's speech for the 15th Anniversary of NATO; Lady Bird mentions individuals attending the reception; Lady
  • Anderson, Robert B. (Robert Bernard), 1910-1989
  • in the East Room ^'w hich we a re a lre a d y obligated fo r , since they w e r e selected by M rs . Kennedy about last Septem ber a n d a lre a d y woven in F ra n ce. And then we look fo rw a rd to w hatever else we m ight a c q u ir e ! H e’ s r e a lly
  • Women Doers Luncheon with speaker, Jane Jacobs; funny story about Mrs. Charles Marsh; LBJ makes brief appearance; office work; Dorris Powell tells stories about Lady Bird's mother; LBJ & Lady Bird to dinner in New York honoring Jacqueline Kennedy
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • , and then w hen e v e r y th in g i s in p la c e in it it w i l l be turned o v e r to the F e d e r a l g o v e r n m e n t, B obby w a s e a s y , r e la x e d , but he i s an e n ig m a to m e . M r s , R o s e Kennedy w a s th e r e , a s s lim and p r e
  • Act; Lady Bird observes Robert Kennedy; LBJ & Lady Bird to LBJ Ranch
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968
  • Lady Bird is interviewed by Bill Wise at Life magazine; LBJ & Lady Bird greet U.S. Attorneys; Life magazine article about Bobby Kennedy family; coffee with granddaughter of President Teddy Roosevelt; stories about Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt dinner
  • Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968