Lyndon Baines Johnson Library

The LBJ Library in Austin, Texas is the repository of a large collection of documents, photographs, and audio recordings from Lyndon Johnson's Presidency. Of particular interest are memos and documents relating to planning for major escalation of the Vietnam War in 1964 and 1965, and also transcripts and audio recordings made while Johnson was President, particularly in the aftermath of the JFK assassination.

  1. LBJ Phone Calls

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