Lady Bird Johnson Centennial Video





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Uploaded on Jan 20, 2012

Enjoy this 8-minute video that recaps Mrs. Johnson's conservation efforts and their impact.

Video Credits:

Script Writer: Neal Spelce, Electro-Fish Films
Co-writers/Directors/Producers: Cile Spelce Elley and Chris Elley, Electro-Fish Films
Editor: Dave Rehm, Electro-Fish Films
Associate Producer: Ryan Schmidt, Electro-Fish Films
Contemporary Footage, Editor: Christopher Palmer, UT Austin Office of the President
Additional Contemporary Footage: Juan Diaz, UT Austin Cockrell School of Engineering
Historical Researcher: Barbra A. Rodriguez, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, UT Austin

Children on Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center grounds: Class of Dianne Smith, Langford Elementary School, Austin Independent School District
Visitors at Wildflower Center Wetland Pond: Terrie Lilley, Mason Lilley, Kimberly McGauley and Megan McGauley
Archival Film Photos and Visuals Provided by: Lyndon Baines Johnson Library Audiovisual Archives: Margaret Harman, Chris Banks Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park: Russ Whitlock National Park Service, Harpers Ferry Center: Amber Perkins KLRN-TV, San Antonio, Tx.: Charles Vaughn Photo of Bill Moyers and Lady Bird Johnson at LBJ Ranch, and of Lady Bird, Lyndon B. Johnson and Bill Moyers at Liberty Island: LBJ Library Photos by Yoichi Okamoto Photo of Bill Moyers greeting a seated Lady Bird Johnson: LBJ Library Photo by Charles Bogel Photo of Lady Bird Johnson along the Pacific Coast Highway, of her with Steward Udall in a canoe, of her standing at Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, and of her at a Washington D.C. arbor day tree planting: LBJ Library Photos by Robert Knudsen Photo of Lady Bird Johnson sitting in wildflowers: LBJ Library Photo by Frank Wolfe

Archival Audio Provided by: Lyndon Baines Johnson Library Audiovisual Archives: Sarah Cunningham KUT Radio 90.5 FM, Austin, Tx.: Emily Donahue, Joe Bevilacqua

Special Thanks to: Historian and Professor Emeritus Lewis L. Gould, UT Austin


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