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  • Lady Bird Johnson with Her Daughters and Their Partners at the LBJ Ranch
    Yoichi R. Okamoto
    presidential sites & libraries
    pets
    Texas
    First Family
    residence
    This photograph of First Lady Lady Bird Johnson walking alongside her daughters and their significant others at the president's ranch in Gillespie County, Texas, was taken by Yoichi R. Okamoto on September 30, 1967. Pictured here from left-to-right: Marine Corps Capt. Charles S. Robb, boyfriend of Lynda Bird Johnson; Lynda Bird Johnson; Lady Bird Johnson; Luci Baines Johnson; and Patrick Nugent, Luci's husband. Luci holds Yuki, the family's beloved mixed-breed dog. Luci discovered Yuki at a gas station on Thanksgiving Day in 1966, where he was soon adopted by the family and became a favorite of President Lyndon B. Johnson.
  • 25th Anniversary of the Inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson
    Frank Wolfe
    presidential sites & libraries
    commemorations
    Texas
    This photograph taken by Frank Wolfe on May 4, 1990, depicts a celebration held at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library Auditorium in Austin, Texas, for the 25th anniversary of the inauguration of President Lyndon B. Johnson. Pictured here from left to right: Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, former First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, and Luci Baines Johnson.
  • Vice President Tyler Receives News of President Harrison's Death
    Unknown
    presidential sites & libraries
    Virginia
    prints
    engraving
    This engraving depicts Vice President John Tyler at Sherwood Forest, his plantation estate in Virginia, receiving news from a messenger regarding the death of President William Henry Harrison. On April 4, 1841, Harrison became the first president to die while in office following a battle with pneumonia. As the first vice president to unexpectedly rise to the office of the presidency, Tyler established a precedent of not merely title but also presidential power falling to the new successor. This image appears in a book titled "The Lives of the Presidents" by William O. Stoddard, published in 1886.
  • The Kennedys and President Khan and His Daughter at Mount Vernon
    Robert L. Knudsen
    residence
    presidential sites & libraries
    State Visit
    State Dinner
    Head of State
    Virginia
    This photograph of President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy was taken by Robert L. Knudsen on July 11, 1961. President and Mrs. Kennedy are photographed in front of Mount Vernon alongside President Mohammad Ayub Khan of Pakistan and his daughter, Begum Nasir Akhtar Aurangzeb. Mount Vernon provided the location and backdrop for a State Dinner held in President Khan’s honor and was the first of its kind held outside the White House. Mrs. Kennedy wore a dress designed for her by Oleg Cassini, which she requested be columnar in shape to echo Mount Vernon’s historic facade. Mount Vernon was the estate of President George Washington.
  • President Theodore Roosevelt with the 1908 U.S. Olympic Team
    Unknown
    sports
    New York
    residence
    presidential sites & libraries
    This photograph, taken in August 1908, shows President Theodore Roosevelt with members of the 1908 United States Olympic Team at Sagamore Hill, his New York residence. The athletes visited in August 1908, following their return from the London Olympic Games. During the reception, President Roosevelt greeted each athlete by name and was presented with trophies won by gold medalists Mel Sheppard and John Flanagan.
  • Washington's Tomb at Mount Vernon
    William Matthew Prior
    landscapes
    presidential sites & libraries
    Virginia
    painting
    residence
    A landscape painting by artist William Matthew Prior in the style of S.H. Brooke. This painting depicts the high hillside of Mount Vernon, President George Washington's estate in Virginia. To the left of center is the yellow and white brick tomb of President George Washington, behind the tomb is his estate, and to the right is the Potomac River. Prior was an American folk artist mostly known for portraits.