RMBNBB7C–LYNDON B JOHNSON campaigning in the 1964 US Presidential elections which he won
RFH68A0W–President Lyndon Johnson with Senator Richard Russell at the White House, December 7, 1963, Washington, DC. White House Photograph by Yoichi Okamoto (1915-1985). This archival print is available in the following sizes: 8' x 10' $15.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 11' x 14' $23.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 16' x 20' $59.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 20' x 24' $99.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING * The American Photoarchive watermark will not appear on your print.
RMH1R4R8–Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara (center) reports to President Lyndon Johnson (seated, right) after a recent on-the-spot survey of the situation in the Republic of Vietnam. At left are General Maxwell E. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who accompanied McNamara on the survey trip; and Secretary of State Dean Rusk. Standing is CIA Director John McCone.
RMHRKJ6G–Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th U.S. President
RMBNHK2C–Lyndon B. Johnson bust by sculptor David Adickes at Presidents Park in Lead South Dakota
RMBTJRA1–Future President Lyndon Johnson (1908-1973), as Senate majority leader, photograph by Thomas J. O'Halloran, September, 1955.
RMG38A0E–LYNDON B JOHNSON (1908 -1973), US President 1963-68.
RFDCGJJX–Lyndon Johnson taking the Presidential Oath of Office.
RMAYCGNY–Entrance sign, LBJ Ranch, Stonewall, Texas, USA
RME92XFB–U.S. President Lyndon Johnson and Texas Governor John Connally, Portrait, 1965
RMEX6KA0–President Lyndon Johnson signing Medicare Bill, Independence, Missouri, Harry Truman looks on , 30 Jul 1965
RMA86NH0–United States Texas USA Hill Country The Lyndon Baines B Johnson Birthplace National Historic Park
RMDT2TNC–US President Lyndon B. Johnson on the telephone in the Oval Office of the White House July 17, 1965 in Washington, DC.
RME28KCG–Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th President of the United States
RMT8RFM1–President Lyndon B. Johnson talks with Sec. Robert McNamara. November 27, 1967
RME0W1F8–Archbishop Makarios III welcomes Lyndon B. Johnson
RMMX73FR–Washington, DC 1968/11/10 President Lyndon Johnson meets with president elect Richard Nixon at the White House in November 1968
RMCWAMEP–Senator Robert F. Kennedy shakes hands with President Lyndon Johnson, 1965. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMDB1RTA–LYNDON B.JOHNSON (1908-1973) as 36th President of the United States on 10 March 1964
RFMMHE14–President Johnson signing the 1968 Civil Rights Act while seated at a table surrounded by members of Congress. April 11, 1968
RMHYNGD7–President Lyndon B. Johnson confers with Secretary of Defense Dean Rusk at the White House. Washington, DC, circa 1967.
RMHRKJ8K–Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th U.S. President
RMFD2NW9–President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson and President and Mrs. Ferdinand Marcos at the White House, Washington DC, September 14th 1966
RMBTK83H–Vietnam War. President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Tonkin Gulf Resolution, August 7, 1964. This joint resolution of Congress gave President Lyndon Johnson authority to increase U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. August 10, 1964
RMA3X73A–AJ23624, Johnson City, TX, Texas
RFRT56MA–American history photograph of President Lyndon Johnson at The White House.
RMD88GY5–Whitney Young and Lyndon Johnson.
RM2EE7701–U.S. President Lyndon Johnson with South Korean President Park Chung-hee, Washington, D.C., USA, Thomas J. O'Halloran, May 17, 1965
RMDYF39D–Photograph of (left to right) Martin Luther King J.r, President Lyndon Johnson and James Abernathy leaders in the Oval Office discussing the Civil Rights Movement. 1964
RMDJMTAG–US President Lyndon B. Johnson during a meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House June 7, 1967 in Washington, DC.
RMC8Y1X1–Lyndon Baines Johnson signing Civil Rights Bill
RMF4N2XE–Lyndon Johnson, President, U.S.
RME0XRD2–View from below of President Johnson giving a speech
RMR242TC–President Lyndon Johnson signing Medicare Bill, Independence, Missouri, Harry Truman looks on , 30 Jul 1965
RM2DT9X59–Civil Rights leader A. Philip Randolph receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Lyndon Johnson, September 1964.
RMCWC9WM–President Lyndon Johnson. White House portrait, ca. 1963-68.
RMP9BAWP–LYNDON B. JOHNSON (1908-1973) as 36th President of the United States about 1964
RMH68BHB–President Lyndon Johnson with Senator Richard Russell at the White House, December 7, 1963, Washington, DC. White House Photograph by Yoichi Okamoto This archival print is available in the following sizes: 8' x 10' $15.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 11' x 14' $23.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 16' x 20' $59.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING 20' x 24' $99.95 w/ FREE SHIPPING * The American Photoarchive watermark will not appear on your print.
RMJFPM3A–President Lyndon Johnson (left) and General William Westmoreland (right) meet in the White House Rose Garden. Washington, DC, November 16, 1967.
RMHRP2N4–Lyndon B. Johnson Sworn in as President, 1963
RMPM4GKE–President Lyndon Johnson with Senator Richard Russell at the White House, December 7, 1963, Washington, DC. File Reference # 1003 046THA
RMBTJP3M–President Lyndon Johnson on the phone with astronauts James McDivitt and Edward White, 1965
RMPY38XM–lyndon johnson and wife
RFF3A156–Presidential portait of Lyndon Baines Johnson.
RMD539J7–Lyndon B. Johnson speaking at Hemming Park: Jacksonville, Florida
RME6DX2P–Close-Up of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson While Addressing the National Conference on Educational Legislation, Washington,
RMD993YX–Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908 – 1973), referred to as LBJ, served as the 36th President of the United States from 1963 to 1969
RMFD2TGB–Lyndon B Johnson, the 36th President of the USA, signing the 1968 Civil Rights Act, 11th April 1968
RMDJJM97–US President Lyndon B. Johnson meets with British Prime Minister Harold Wilson at the White House July 29, 1966 in Washington, DC.
RMC8Y1WJ–Lyndon B. Johnson, Lyndon Baines Johnson, often referred to as LBJ, was the 36th President of the United States (1963–1969)
RMJ2HJ71–President Lyndon Johnson at the opening of the LBJ Library on May 22,1971, Austin, Texas
RME0XX0F–Dec. 12, 1967 - Pope Paul VI received in a special audience the US' President Lyndon Johnson on his way back from Australia, at
RMP68Y9R–Photograph of Lyndon Johnson, President of the United States of America, signing Civil Rights Act. Behind Johnson is Martin Luther King Jnr. Dated 1964
RM2CC49GP–President Lyndon Johnson shakes hands with Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., on July 3, 1964 in Washington, District of Columbia, after handing him a
RMCWCBD2–Lyndon Johnson listening to Martin Luther King during a meeting with civil rights leaders at the White House. March 18, 1966.
RMDDJHA9–LYDON B. JOHNSON (1908-1973) as 36th President of he United States in March 1964
RFFFBB93–President Lyndon Johnson with Senator Richard Russell at the White House, December 7, 1963, Washington, DC. White House Photograph by Yoichi Okamoto (1915-1985).
RMM6EY8X–Mrs Pat Nixon (center), wife of president-elect Richard M Nixon, goes over White House floor plans with Mrs Lyndon Johnson (left) and unnamed official, Washington, DC, 11/11/1968.
RMHRP2N0–The Johnson Treatment, 1966
RM2J7YJFY–Lyndon Johnson U. S. Senator
RMBTJP3X–President Lyndon Johnson presents the annual 'Big Brother of the Year' award to evangelist Billy Graham. May 10, 1966. Courtesy:
RMMA9AMA–Poster prepared for the 1968 Wisconsin primary election advocating for the re-election of President Lyndon Johnson due to his pro Vietnam War stance, which was withdrawn after Johnson's decision not to seek re-election, April 2, 1968. ()
RFDCGJT0–Digitally restored American history photo of President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
RMDEAGGH–Lyndon B. Johnson. Waist length, seated 518140
RMCYPP8G–Lyndon B. Johnson (1908-1973), 36th President of the United States, Official Presidential Portrait
RMKJ1GHC–President John F. Kennedy and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson visit Dr. Wernher von Braun. Wernher von Braun, Aerospace engineer and space architect, one of the 'Fathers of Rocket Science'. Wernher von Braun with US President John F. Kennedy (front r) next to the Air Force One at MSFC's Redstone Arsenal Airfield in Huntsville; at the back, between them, US Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson. 1962
RM2GJ390Y–President Lyndon B Johnson and Dr Martin Luther King jr, in the White House, March 1966
RMDT2TPD–US President Lyndon B. Johnson during the signing of the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty in the White House July 1, 1968 in Washington, DC.
RMCPWCR0–President Dwight D. Eisenhower standing with Lyndon B. Johnson (center),John Foster Dulles (right).
RMJ2HJ76–President Lyndon Johnson at the opening of the LBJ Library on May 22,1971, Austin, Texas
RME0WP7P–Nov. 11, 1963 - Pres. Lyndon Johnson Of The United States. Picture Taken During Visit To Bonn: Lyndon B. Johnson seen when - as
RMTXGF05–White House Situation Room. Walt Rostow shows President Lyndon Johnson, options for a military attack on a site in Vietnam during the Vietnam War 1968
RMGE02ET–Historic vintage 1960 campaign poster for JFK Kennedy & Lyndon Baines Johnson for President & Vice President for USA
RMHRM0RT–DWIGHT D. EISENHOIWER former US President at right in conversation with President :yndon B. Johnson on board Air Force One in October 1965. Photo: Yoichi Okamoto/White House official
RMDXRBRN–Luci Johnson, daughter of former Pres. Lyndon Johnson, at dedication ceremony for the Texas Capitol Vietnam Veterans Monument.
RM2D86ENG–An African-American man holds a child on his shoulders as he carries a sign telling President Lyndon Johnson to 'Go To Selma Now,' New York, NY, 3/1965. (Photo by Stanley Wolfson/New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection/RBM Vintage Images)
RMHRKN9R–Lyndon Johnson with first spacewalk photos
RMT8RFKX–Meeting between Russian Prime Minister Alexei Kosygin and US President Lyndon Johnson 1967
RMBTJP4W–Lady Bird and Lyndon Johnson with their dog, Yuki, pose on the front lawn of LBJ Ranch in connection with their 38th Wedding ann
RMRM9064–President Lyndon B. Johnson stands attentively while a young woman sings the National Anthem next to him at a dinner at the Conrad HIlton Hotel in Chicago, ca.1964.
RFDCGJJ4–Digitally restored American history photo of President Lyndon Baines Johnson standing by the U.S. Flag.
RMGE4J40–NASA Administrator T. Keith Glennan shows then-Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, Chairman of the Senate's Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, a sample of the aluminized Mylar film used to fabricate the 100-foot-diameter, automatically inflatable Echo I balloon. Project Echo was the U.S.'s first passive communications satellite that was launched into orbit on August 12, 1960 at 5:39 am EDT. Image # : glennan 01
RM2EB1551–U.S. Vice President Lyndon Johnson arriving at White House, Washington, D.C., USA, Warren K. Leffler, October 24, 1962
RMD98E1J–Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908-1973) 36th President of the Unites States of America 1963-1969.
RF2EA6F2E–American president Lyndon Johnson and UK Prime Minister Harold Wilson at press conference, White House, Washington, D.C., USA. By Marion S. Trikosko (
RMDJMT8T–Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. meeting with US President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Oval Office of the White House December 3, 1963 in Washington, DC.
RMC8Y1WX–President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson and President and Mrs. Ferdinand Marcos at the White House
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