US President Lyndon B. Johnson (1908 - 1973) (center) greets Prime Minister of Israel Levi Eshkol (born Levi Shkolnik, 1895 - 1969) on the tarmac as the latter arrives in Washington DC, 1968. Israeli First Lady Miriam Eshkol is on the staircase at right.
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In this composite image a comparison has been made between former US Presidential Candidates Lyndon Baines Johnson (L) and Barry Goldwater. In 1964 Lyndon B Johnson won the presidential election to become the President of the United States. circa 1960: American politician Barry Goldwater, A conservative Republican, looks on in 1960.
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Lyndon Johnson (C) taking oath of office after President Kennedy's assassination aboard Air Force One, Former First Lady Jackie Kennedy (R), imminent First Lady Lady Bird (L), Jack Valenti, Congressmen Albert Thomas on november 22, 1963 in United States.
A drawing depicting Prsident Lyndon Johnson circa 1965.
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Secretary of State, Dean Rusk on brink of leaving office as Johnson Administration as Nixon's move in in 1969.
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Crowds gather in Sydney to catch a glimpse of US President Lyndon B. Johnson, October 22, 1966. Johnson was the first US President to visit Australia.
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Anti-Vietnam protestors throw paint at the car of US President Lyndon B. Johnson during his visit to Melbourne, October 21, 1966. Johnson supporters and anti-Vietnam protestors converged on the city during the president's tour.