From his childhood and throughout his political career, Lyndon B Johnson drew from his western heritage. The grandson of a Chisholm Trail cattle drover never forgot the “can do” spirit of the early-day cowboys. The LBJ Ranch was the best place for national and world leaders, celebrities, and respected journalists to encounter the real LBJ—a progressive westerner in a big hat, with big dreams and big goals, under a big sky.
President Lyndon B Johnson lived the western image.
from the shop
Drop your email addy to subscribe to our occasional newsletter with a few blog posts, new designs, and even coupon codes and deals.