Lyndon Johnson

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  1. LBJ For The USA

    LBJ For The USA Campaign Lapel Pin

    LBJ For The USA bold classic red white and blue campaign lapel tab pin. Produced by the Green Duck Co., Chicago Illinois. Original. Learn More
  2. 4 LBJ Campaign pinback button

    Lyndon Johnson 4 the USA Campaign Button

    Original button promoting the campaign of Lyndon B. Johnson for President. 1963 presidential electoin campaign. "4 LBJ". Learn More
  3. LBJ For The USA Poster

    LBJ For the USA Light Plastic Poster


    LBJ For The USA plastic Poster from the 1964 presidential campaign. Interesting item printed on what appears to be a light weight clear plastic. Clear background. Typically used for display on windows and other flat surfaces. Produced by "Banner Brites" a Milton Story Creation. Original. Learn More
  4. Johnson Humphrey Vote Democratic button

    Johnson Humphrey Vote Democratic Buttons Dealer Stock of 10


    Original campaign buttons from the 1964 presidential campaign of Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey for President and Vice President. Photo of Johnson and Humphrey in the center over map of United States. Dealer stock of ten buttons. Learn More
  5. Lyndon Johnson Bobblehead

    New Lyndon Johnson Bobblehead In Original Gift Box


    Lyndon Johnson bobblehead with the original collectible gift box. In LBJ's arms is one of the most well known of the President Johnson's dogs, were registered beagles born on June 27, 1963. The President frequently played with the dogs and was often photographed with them. In 1964, President Johnson raised the ire of many when he lifted Him by his ears while greeting a group on the White House lawn. Lyndon B. Johnson was John F. Kennedy’s Vice President, and became the 36th President when Kennedy was killed in 1963. As President, Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the first effective civil rights law since Reconstruction. In 1964, Johnson won the presidency against the Republican challenger Barry Goldwater.Brand new. Mint. Learn More
  6. Lyndon Johnson Official Inaugural Medal

    1964 Lyndon Johnson Official Inaugural Medal


    This is the Official Inaugural Medal for the inauguration of Lyndon B. Johnson as President of the United States. It is a large size medal designed by Felix Weihs de Weldon and produced by the Medallic Art Company for the Inaugural. Very heavy bronze medal that measures 2 3/4". Learn More

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