554Apr 4, 2001
Book Discussion on Tip O'Neill and the Democratic Century
Mr. Farrell talked about his book Tip O’Neill and the Democratic Century: A Biography, published by Little, Brown & Company. Thomas Philip “Tip” O’Neill was ...
1,335Oct 15, 1993
Oval Office Historical Perspective
The Oval Office was discussed from an historical perspective. Several clips were shown to depict the changes that the Oval Office has gone through. The Oval Office was first designed at ...
500Sep 7, 1993
1968 - The Year and The Campaign
Mr. Beschloss and Ms. Thomas spoke on the 1968 presidential election during the first part of a retrospective of the year 1968. The guests discussed the Democratic presidential race, which ...
3,757Jan 22, 1973
Lyndon Johnson Funeral Service
NBC footage of President Johnson’s funeral was shown.
3,061Jan 1, 1970
1968 White House Tour with Lady Bird Johnson
Lady Bird Johnson conducted a tour of some of the private areas of the White House and spoke about their significance. The video, The President’s House, was shot by the Naval ...
55Nov 22, 1963
President Johnson Oath of Office
This program contained audio of President Lyndon Johnson’s swearing-in ceremony edited with photographs taken by the White House photographer.
787Feb 1, 1968
Lyndon Johnson Presidency
White House newsreel footage chronicled events during Johnson’s presidency in January of 1968.
This program was produced at the Naval Photographic Center.
The program was shown ...
169Jun 13, 1967
Thurgood Marshall Nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court
A portion of a June 1967 Universal Newsreel about the nomination of civil rights lawyer Thurgood Marshall to the U.S. Supreme Court shows various clips of Mr. Marshall, including with President ...
138Nov 23, 1963
Lyndon Johnson Radio Proclamation on Kennedy Assassination
President Johnson read a proclamation to the nation the day after John F. Kennedy was assassinated. He praised the life of the 35th president and asked the nation to pause on Monday, November ...
157Aug 1, 1964
President Johnson News Conference
Universal Newsreel footage of President Johnson speaking about the Vietnam War and the Gulf of Tonkin incident.
579Dec 1, 1964
The Johnson Landslide: 1964 Election
The results of the 1964 U.S. national presidential election and select state and federal races are portrayed through Universal newsreel footage from 1964. Incumbent Democrat Lyndon Johnson won the ...
178Mar 31, 1968
Announcement Not To Seek Nomination
President Johnson spoke in a nationwide broadcast from the Oval Office to announce his reasons for declining to run for president in 1968. He said he sought to work on the immense problems facing ...
554Apr 7, 1965
President Johnson spoke about the conflict in Vietnam and the U.S. policy regarding the region.
102Jul 26, 1965
Johnson Audio Tapes
Excerpts from a conversation between President Johnson and Richard Russell about military operations were played with a still image screen backdrop.
359Jan 20, 1965
Johnson Inauguration Newsreel
C-SPAN showed a brief newsreel on the 1965 inauguration of President Johnson, including a brief clip of his speech.
32Oct 30, 1965
U.N. History Newsreel
This 1965 newsreel commemorates the 20th anniversary of the signing of the U.N. charter including Pres. Johnson’s address to the 20th General Assembly.
3,117Jan 8, 1964
State of the Union Address
President Johnson spoke to Congress regarding the State of the Union. He focused on the need to improve the unemployment rate and equal civil rights for all Americans. He also proposed a ...
1,120Jan 20, 1965
President Johnson 1965 Inauguration
President Johnson addressed the nation following his swearing-in during the presidential inauguration ceremony.
The president was sworn-in by Chief Justice Earl Warren. The ceremony ...
302Nov 12, 1964
Johnson Presidential Campaign Commercial 1964
President Johnson spoke about the dangers and responsibility of nuclear weapons. This segment was a campaign commercial for the 1964 Johnson presidential campaign.
122Nov 22, 1963
President Johnson Speaks to Rose Kennedy
Following President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, President and Mrs. Johnson placed a telephone call and offered their condolences to Mrs. Rose Kennedy, mother of the late ...
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