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DECEMBER 9, 1967: President Lyndon Johnson escorts his elder daughter, Lynda Bird Johnson, downstairs at the White House.  She married Charles S. Robb, USMC, that afternoon.  American fashion icon Geoffrey Been designed the bridal gown.

DECEMBER President Lyndon Johnson escorts his elder daughter, Lynda Bird Johnson, downstairs at the White House. She married Charles S. Robb, USMC, that afternoon. American fashion icon Geoffrey Been designed the bridal gown.

Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson, married Charles S. Robb in the White House East Room. Here President Johnson escorts his daughter towards the alter.

Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson, married Charles S. Robb in the White House East Room. Here President Johnson escorts his daughter towards the alter.

Pink for the Bridesmaids just like my wedding in 1972

Luci Baines Johnson cuts the 300 pound, swan adorned wedding cake at her wedding reception in the East Room of the White House on August

Lynda, Luci and Lady Bird

Lynda, Luci, and Lady Bird Johnson hanging out in Luci’s room, during a candid moment caught by White House photographer Robert Knudsen, August

Lady Bird Johnson - Most Stylish First Ladies - Harper's BAZAAR

History's Most Fashionable First Ladies

First Lady - Lady Bird Johnson. A gown accessorized with white gloves is hard to pull off in a modern way, but topping your evening look with a luxe fur stole is forever a good idea.

PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON, his daughter Luci, ALICE ROOSEVELT LONGWORTH (daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt), and Patrick Nugent.

A White House wedding, President Lyndon Johnson, his daughter Luci Baines, Alice Roosevelt Longworth and Patrick Nugent. Alice Roosevelt Longworth is the daughter of former president Theodore Roosevelt.

First Ladies Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford, Pat Nixon, and Lady Bird Johnson at the Dedication of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library , 11/04/1991 So many first ladies! @Donna Louise

Three decades of First Ladies! Barbara Bush, Nancy Reagan, Rosalynn Carter, Betty Ford, Pat Nixon and Lady Bird Johnson

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