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Author photo. LBJ Library Photo by Frank Wolfe, May 10, 1990, Texas Hill County

LBJ Library Photo by Frank Wolfe, May 10, 1990, Texas Hill County

Lady Bird Johnson (1912–2007)

Author of A White House diary

Includes the names: Lady Bird Johnson, Claudia Alta Johnson

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Claudia Taylor acquired the nickname "Lady Bird" in infancy and was always known by it for the rest of her life. She married Lyndon Baines Johnson in 1934 and the couple had two daughters who were each given names with the initials LBJ. She promoted the Highway Beautification Act and Head Start while she was First Lady.
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