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Digital Library

The Wildflower Center’s Digital Library is a searchable collection of non-botanical images from the Wildflower Center’s archive. This image archive features historical, cultural, landscape and architectural images and can be searched by either collection name, keyword or photographer. For plant photos, please go to our Plant Image Gallery.




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Title: Lady Bird Johnson enjoys the wildflowers at the LBJ Ranch

Date Taken: 1993-04-00

Original Format: Slide

Orientation: Portrait

Photographer: Cox, Paul

Restrictions: Unrestricted

Filename: CATJ_00052

Image ID: 100685

Accessioned: 2010-07-01 10:33:27

Lady Bird's Legacy

Lady Bird Johnsonís legacy is one of our nation's most significant treasures exemplifying the great events, ideas, and individuals that contributed to our conservation history and culture. Lady Birdís legacy includes her work to transform the way Americans think about the natural environment as well as documents, records, and artifacts from a life devoted to preserving, conserving and restoring our natural heritage. This collection preserves and provides access to the legacy of a small girl from Karnac, TX who grew up to become Americaís environmental first lady.

The Lady Bird Johnson Legacy collection was made possible by a TexTreasures grant from the Texas State Library and Archives Commission and the Institute for Museum and Library Services.

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