The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]
The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]

The President's Lady: an Intimate Biography of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson [SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON -- PROVENANCE CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY]

New York: Random House, 1964. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. A Fine copy of the first edition, first printing (some pushing and darkening to the spine ends, Horace Kornegay's bookplate to the front pastedown -- yellow topstain remains quite nice in color), in a Very Good + dust jacket (spine lightly sunned, some minor general rubbing and a few - mostly rather small - chips), SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON on the front free endpaper as follows: "with best wishes, / Lady Bird Johnson". Claudia Alta "Lady Bird" Johnson was America's thirty-second first lady (and wife of Lyndon B. Johnson, the nation's thirty-sixth President). Formerly the Second Lady of the United States, she became the nation's First Lady upon the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. (It was Mrs. Johnson's business acumen that brought wealth to her family.) Considered a factually fuller and less fawning biography than the earlier biography of Mrs. Johnson authored by Ruth Montgomery. In commenting on this biography, the New York times described Lady Bird Johnson as being "what many women wish they could be". An ASSOCIATION COPY having an EXCELLENT PROVENANCE, this copy belonged to US CONGRESSMAN HORACE KORNEGAY (who served during the Kennedy and Johnson Administrations) whose bookplate graces the front pastedown. Copies of her biography SIGNED BY LADY BIRD JOHNSON ARE QUITE SCARCE, and are particularly so when in a condition as nice as is this copy. A SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY and, as such, QUITE SCARCE INDEED. Fine / very good +. Item #937

Price: $675.00

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