President Johnson’s Daughters Speak at LBJ Library

Dec 16, 2003

Lyndon Baines and Lady Bird Johnson's daughters, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb and Luci Baines Johnson, viewed their father's administration from a unique vantage point-inside the White House.

Lyndon Baines and Lady Bird Johnson's daughters, Lynda Bird Johnson Robb and Luci Baines Johnson, viewed their father's administration from a unique vantage point-inside the White House.

On Thursday, December 18, 2003, the two will share with the Friends of the LBJ Library what life in the White House was really like.

Along with selected film clips and photographs, the daughters will recount their days in the White House including weddings and holiday celebrations with the oldest of the Johnsons' grandchildren.

Mrs. Robb and Ms. Johnson both serve on the Board of Directors of the LBJ Foundation and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.

Lynda Johnson Robb wrote for McCall's magazine and worked as a contributing editor for Ladies' Home Journal from 1969 through 1981, but refers to herself as "a professional volunteer." Mrs. Robb has focused her attentions on issues dealing with women and children, and from 1996-2001, she served as chair of the board of directors for Reading is Fundamental and is still serving as Chair Emerita of RIF. Mrs. Robb lives in McLean, Virginia and is married to former Virginia Governor and former U.S. Senator Chuck Robb. She has three daughters.

Luci Baines Johnson is Chairman of the Board of the LBJ Holding Company and Vice President of BusinesSuites. Ms. Johnson serves the Central Texas community in a number of professional and public capacities, including on the KLRU board, the Children's Hospital Foundation of Austin, and the SafePlace Foundation. She is a Life Trustee of the Seton Fund. Ms. Johnson lives in Austin and is married to Ian Turpin. She has four married children, one stepson, and eight grandchildren.

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Sarah McCracken
Director of Public Programs
LBJ Presidential Library
2313 Red River Street
Austin TX 78705
sarah@lbjfoundation.org


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