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Evening gown worn by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson


Evening gown worn by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson

Evening gown worn by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, ca. 01/01/1965 - ca. 12/31/1967 (National Archives Identifier: 192426); Collection LBJ-MCOLL: Lyndon B. Johnson Museum Collection, 11/22/1963 - 07/09/1998; Lyndon Baines Johnson Library (NLLBJ); National Archives and Records Administration.

This evening gown was designed by Roxanne of Samuel Winston, under the Neiman Marcus label. It is made of white peau-de-soie with a bodice of white bugle and crystal beads. The gown was worn by Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson at the Inaugural Gala, 1965; the visit of His Excellency Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan, December 14, 1965; the visit of Prime Minister Aldo Moro of Italy, April 20, 1965; and the visit of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia, February 14, 1967.
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