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Lady Bird Johnson Edit Profile

also known as Mrs. Claudia Alta Taylor Johnson

First Lady of the United States

Lady Bird Johnson, Widow of former President of United States ( govt: executive administration)widow of former President of the United States. Member Advisory council National Parks, Historic Sites, buildings and Monuments.


Johnson, Lady Bird was born on December 22, 1912 in Karnack, Texas, United States. Daughter of Thomas Jefferson and Minnie (Pattillo) Taylor.


Bachelor in History, University Texas, 1933. BJ, University Texas, 1934. Doctor of Letters (honorary), University Texas, 1964.

Doctor of Laws (honorary), Texas Women's University, 1964. Doctor of Letters (honorary), Middlebury College, 1967. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Williams College, 1967.

Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), University Alabama, 1975. HHD (honorary), Southwestern University, 1967. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Southwest Texas State University, 1983.

Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Washington College, Maryland, 1983. Doctor Public Service (honorary), George Washington University, 1986. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Johns Hopkins University, 1990.

Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), State University of New York, 1990. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Southern Methodist University, 1996. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), St. Edwards University, 1998.

Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Boston University, 1998.


United States), November 17, 1934 (died January 22, 1973). Children: Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, LuciBaines. Manager husband's congressional office, Washington, 1941-1942.

Owner, operator radio-television station KTBC, Austin, Texas, 1942-1963, cattle ranches, Texas, 1943^. Honorary chairman National Headstart Program, 1963-1968, Town Lake Beautification Project. Also cotton and timberlands, Alabama.


Trustee American Conservation Association. Trustee emeritus National Geography Society. Founder National Wildflower Research Center, Austin, Texas, 1982.

Trustee Jackson Hole Preserve. Honorary member Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac, Washington. Honorary chair National Headstart Program, 1963—1968, Town Lake Beautification Project.

Board regents University Texas, 1971—1977, member international conference steering committee, 1969. Fellow: Weizmann Institute of Science (honorary). Member: Ex-Student Association University Texas (life).


Married Lyndon Baines Johnson (36th President United States), November 17, 1934 (deceased January 22, 1973). Children: Lynda Bird, Luci Baines.

Thomas Jefferson Taylor

Minnie (Pattillo) Taylor

Lyndon Baines Johnson

Lynda Bird Johnson

Luci Baines Johnson