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  • White House Festival of the Arts
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    arts & culture
    U.S. Marine Band
    South Lawn
    South Grounds
    visitors
    In this photograph First Lady Lady Bird Johnson dines with actor Gene Kelly and photographer Edward Steichen at the dinner for the White House Festival of the Arts. On June 14, 1965 over 300 guests attended the White House Festival of the Arts to honor contemporary American artistic achievement. 65 works of art borrowed from 39 museums across the country were displayed in the East Wing and Jacqueline Kennedy Garden. The 14-hour event also featured a photography exhibition in the Vermeil Room, a film screening in the State Dining Room, and a variety of performances in the East Room, State Dining Room, and the South Lawn including Duke Ellington, the Robert Joffrey Ballet, and the Louisville Orchestra.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband the Earl of Snowdon in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of Snowdon, in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of Snowdon, in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of Snowdon, in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of Snowdon, in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Welcomes Princess Margaret of England
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meets with Princess Margaret in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Welcomes Princess Margaret of England
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meets with Princess Margaret in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of Snowdon, in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Welcomes Princess Margaret of England
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meets with Princess Margaret in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson Greet Princess Margaret of England
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson greet Princess Margaret in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of Snowdon, in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Welcomes Princess Margaret of England
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meets with Princess Margaret in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Welcomes Princess Margaret of England
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meets with Princess Margaret in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson with Princess Margaret and the Earl of Snowdon
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meet with Princess Margaret and her husband, the Earl of Snowdon, in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. The Johnsons received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • Lady Bird Johnson Welcomes Princess Margaret of England
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    White House Guests
    Second Floor
    Queens' Bedroom
    event
    In this photograph, taken November 17, 1965, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson meets with Princess Margaret in the Queens' Bedroom. Princess Margaret was the sister of England's Queen Elizabeth II. In 1960, she married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was given the title Earl of Snowdon by the Queen. President Lyndon B. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson received the Earl and Countess of Snowdon in the Queens' suite, a Second Floor guest quarters often reserved for visiting royalty. Over the mantelpiece hangs a trumeau gifted to the White House by Margaret's sister during her visit as a princess in 1951.
  • State Dinner for British Prime Minister Harold Wilson
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    State Floor
    State Dinner
    Head of State
    Cross Hall
    State Visit
    This photograph was taken by Joseph J. Scherschel on June 2, 1967. It shows President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson (Baron Wilson of Rievaulx), and his wife Mary Wilson (Baroness Wilson of Rievaulx) proceeding down the Cross Hall to make their formal entrance into the East Room as part of a State Dinner held in honor of Wilson's official visit.
  • State Dinner for British Prime Minister Harold Wilson
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    State Floor
    State Dinner
    Head of State
    Cross Hall
    State Visit
    This photograph was taken by Joseph J. Scherschel on June 2, 1967. It shows President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson (Baron Wilson of Rievaulx), and his wife Mary Wilson (Baroness Wilson of Rievaulx) proceeding down the Cross Hall to make their formal entrance into the East Room as part of a State Dinner held in honor of Wilson's official visit.
  • State Dinner for Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    State Floor
    State Dinner
    Head of State
    Cross Hall
    State Visit
    This photograph was taken by Joseph J. Scherschel on June 1, 1967. It shows President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, Austraiian Prime Minister Harold Edward Holt, and his wife Zara Holt proceeding down the Cross Hall for their formal entrance into the East Room as part of the State Dinner held in honor of the Holt's official visit.
  • State Dinner for Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    State Floor
    State Dinner
    Head of State
    Cross Hall
    State Visit
    This photograph was taken by Joseph J. Scherschel on June 1, 1967. It shows President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, Austraiian Prime Minister Harold Edward Holt, and his wife Zara Holt proceeding down the Cross Hall for their formal entrance into the East Room as part of the State Dinner held in honor of the Holt's official visit.
  • State Dinner for British Prime Minister Harold Wilson
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    State Floor
    State Dinner
    Head of State
    Cross Hall
    State Visit
    This photograph was taken by Joseph J. Scherschel on June 2, 1967. It shows President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson (Baron Wilson of Rievaulx), and his wife Mary Wilson (Baroness Wilson of Rievaulx) proceeding down the Cross Hall to make their formal entrance into the East Room as part of a State Dinner held in honor of Wilson's official visit.
  • State Dinner for British Prime Minister Harold Wilson
    Joseph J. Scherschel
    military
    State Floor
    State Dinner
    Head of State
    Cross Hall
    State Visit
    This photograph was taken by Joseph J. Scherschel on June 2, 1967. It shows President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson (Baron Wilson of Rievaulx), and his wife Mary Wilson (Baroness Wilson of Rievaulx) proceeding down the Cross Hall to make their formal entrance into the East Room as part of a State Dinner held in honor of Wilson's official visit.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson Greet the Diplomatic Corps
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    event
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 4, 1966. In this photograph, the Johnsons are seen receiving members of the Diplomatic Corps in the Blue Room at the White House diplomatic reception. The annual reception is held at the White House and offers the president and first lady the opportunity to meet with diplomats living in the United States and representing their native countries. Around 500 guests from 113 diplomatic missions attended the reception that year.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson Greet the Diplomatic Corps
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    event
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 4, 1966. In this photograph, the Johnsons are seen receiving members of the Diplomatic Corps in the Blue Room at the White House diplomatic reception. The annual reception is held at the White House and offers the president and first lady the opportunity to meet with diplomats living in the United States and representing their native countries. Around 500 guests from 113 diplomatic missions attended the reception that year.
  • President and Mrs. Johnson Greet the Diplomatic Corps
    James P. Blair
    State Floor
    Blue Room
    event
    This photograph of President Lyndon B. Johnson and First Lady Lady Bird Johnson was taken by James P. Blair on May 4, 1966. In this photograph, the Johnsons are seen receiving members of the Diplomatic Corps in the Blue Room at the White House diplomatic reception. The annual reception is held at the White House and offers the president and first lady the opportunity to meet with diplomats living in the United States and representing their native countries. Around 500 guests from 113 diplomatic missions attended the reception that year.