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  • Donald Trump, Jr. Attends 2018 Easter Egg Roll
    David Wiegold
    South Lawn
    Easter Egg Roll
    First Family
    This photograph was taken on April 2, 2018 at the White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds. 2018 marked the second Easter Egg Roll in the White House for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. Both attended the festivities, with Mrs. Trump reading a book to young guests and President Trump helping a group of children decorate cards for members of the United States military. The United States Marine Band performed as well as the U.S. Army Voices. Children were also invited to participate in the annual egg roll and egg dyeing. Several of President Trump's children and grandchildren were in attendance, including Donald Trump, Jr., one of his children, shown here.
  • Trump Children Attend 2018 Easter Egg Roll
    David Wiegold
    South Lawn
    Easter Egg Roll
    First Family
    This photograph was taken on April 2, 2018 at the White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds. 2018 marked the second Easter Egg Roll in the White House for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. Both attended the festivities, with Mrs. Trump reading a book to young guests and President Trump helping a group of children decorate cards for members of the United States military. The United States Marine Band performed as well as the U.S. Army Voices. Children were also invited to participate in the annual egg roll and egg dyeing. Several of President Trump's children and grandchildren were in attendance, including Tiffany Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., shown here.
  • Trump Children Attend 2018 Easter Egg Roll
    David Wiegold
    South Lawn
    Easter Egg Roll
    First Family
    This photograph was taken on April 2, 2018 at the White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds. 2018 marked the second Easter Egg Roll in the White House for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. Both attended the festivities, with Mrs. Trump reading a book to young guests and President Trump helping a group of children decorate cards for members of the United States military. The United States Marine Band performed as well as the U.S. Army Voices. Children were also invited to participate in the annual egg roll and egg dyeing. Several of President Trump's children and grandchildren were in attendance, including Tiffany Trump and Donald Trump, Jr., shown here.
  • Tiffany Trump Attends 2018 Easter Egg Roll
    David Wiegold
    South Lawn
    Easter Egg Roll
    First Family
    This photograph was taken on April 2, 2018 at the White House Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House Grounds. 2018 marked the second Easter Egg Roll in the White House for President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. Both attended the festivities, with Mrs. Trump reading a book to young guests and President Trump helping a group of children decorate cards for members of the United States military. The United States Marine Band performed as well as the U.S. Army Voices. Children were also invited to participate in the annual egg roll and egg dyeing. Several of President Trump's children and grandchildren were in attendance, including daughter Tiffany Trump, shown here.
  • Lynda Bird Johnson Speaks at Tree Planting
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of Lynda Bird Johnson speaking at a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas alongside her mother, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson. The event was part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Mrs. Johnson Speaks at Texas Tree Planting Ceremony
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson speaking at a tree planting ceremony at Johnson City, Texas alongside her daughter, Lynda Bird Johnson. The event was part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Lynda Bird Johnson Attends Tree Planting
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of Lynda Bird Johnson attending a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas. Lynda attended the event with her mother, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, as part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Mrs. Johnson Attends Texas Tree Planting Ceremony
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson and her daughter Lynda Bird Johnson attending a tree planting ceremony at Johnson City, Texas. The event was part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Lynda Bird Johnson Attends Tree Planting
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of Lynda Bird Johnson attending a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas. Lynda attended the event with her mother, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, as part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Lynda Bird Johnson Participates in Tree Planting
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of Lynda Bird Johnson participating in a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas. Lynda, in yellow, can be seen alongside her mother, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson. The event was part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Lady Bird and Lynda Bird Johnson at Tree Planting
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson and her daughter Lynda Bird Johnson attending a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas. The event was part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Crowd Gathered at Johnson City Tree Planting
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of a crowd gathered to watch a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas. The event was part of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City. Joining Mrs. Johnson is Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall.
  • Lynda Bird Johnson at Tree Planting Ceremony
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of Lynda Bird Johnson attending a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas with her mother, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson. The event was part of Mrs. Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park. Mrs. Johnson is seen standing to Lynda's left.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City. Joining Mrs. Johnson is Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall.
  • Crowd Gathered at Johnson City Tree Planting
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of a crowd gathered to watch a tree planting ceremony in Johnson City, Texas. The event was part of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City. Joining Mrs. Johnson is Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson watching a performance held in her honor along the San Antonio River on April 1, 1966. Mrs. Johnson watched the performance from a barge. During her April 1966 visit to Texas, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson attending a reception in her honor during her trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City. Joining Mrs. Johnson is Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson watching a performance held in her honor along the San Antonio River on April 1, 1966. Mrs. Johnson watched the performance from a barge. During her April 1966 visit to Texas, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph is from First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph was taken on a tour during First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Visits Texas, April 1966
    James P. Blair
    Texas
    First Family
    This photograph was taken on a tour during First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's trip to Texas in April 1966. During her visit, Mrs. Johnson gave speeches in support of her mission to revitalize America by promoting the pride and well-being of its citizens and conserving natural resources and wonders through beautification efforts. She also dedicated Fort Davis as a national historic site, enjoyed numerous musical performances, and visited Big Bend National Park and Johnson City.