Lady Bird Johnson, 1912 - 2007
Lady Bird Johnson
Lady Bird Johnson pictured in 1991 at the LBJ Ranch near Stonewall, Texas. The former first lady died July 11, 2007; she was 94.
Frank Wolfe -- AP
STONEWALL, Tex., July 15 There's been bountiful rain this spring and summer in the Hill Country here. Instead of sun-parched fields, blankets of startling green lie between the stony hills. The bluebonnets are gone for the season, but the Indian paintbrush and mountain pinks, sunflowers and black...
 
John Hatcher still remembers when Lady Bird Johnson helped him launch a project to beautify his Northeast Washington neighborhood. The year was 1965, and he was 8, a third-grader at Aiton Elementary School. The youngster happened to be reading the newspaper one evening about the First Lady's effo...
 
Lady Bird Johnson Is Remembered: Former First Ladies and Presidents Among Those Attending Service in Texas (Post, July 15, 2007, Page A07)
 
Lady Bird Johnson, 1912-2007: Champion of Conservation, Loyal Force Behind LBJ (Post, July 12, 2007, Page A01)
 
Appreciation: Lady Bird Johnson Gave America A Big Bouquet (Post, July 12, 2007, Page C01)
 
A First Lady's Natural Beauty: In Place of Dazzle, a Taste for the Simply Pleasing (Post, July 13, 2007, Page C01)
 
Remembering Lady Bird Johnson: First Lady Recalled as Charming, Media Savvy and Deeply Connected to Nature (washingtonpost.com, July 12, 2007; 12:00 PM)
 
A Legacy of Her Own (By Joseph A. Califano Jr., July 13, 2007, Page A17)
 
Bittersweet Goodbye to A D.C. Icon: After More Than a Century Of Service, Reeves Bakery Folds Under Financial Strain (Post, July 5, 2007, Page B01)
 
Two Daughters Have Embraced Family Legacy (Post, July 12, 2007, Page A13)
 

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