Lyndon B. Johnson (I) (1908–1973)

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Lyndon B. Johnson was born on August 27, 1908 in Stonewall, Texas, USA as Lyndon Baines Johnson. He was married to Lady Bird Johnson. He died on January 22, 1973 in Stonewall. See full bio »

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Recorded a spoken word album, "Dogs Have Always Been My Friends - Lyndon Johnson Reminisces," in the late 1960s that was featured in a segment on Late Show with David Letterman (1993).

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3 Biographical Movies | 13 Print Biographies | 22 Portrayals | 6 Articles | 6 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

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Lindon B. Johnson | Lyndon Baines Johnson | Lyndon B Johnson | Lyndon Johnson | President Lyndon B. Johnson | President Lyndon Johnson | Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson | Johnson


6' 3½" (1.92 m)

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I felt I was a trustee to carry on after he [assassinated President John F. Kennedy] had been taken from us. After I finished the execution of his dream, I had some of my own. See more »


His 1964 presidential campaign slogans included: "All the way with LBJ", and "LBJ for the USA." See more »


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