Historic Auto Attractions remembers Ladybird Johnson

StoryImage( ‘/Images/Story//Auto-img-11847863172476.jpg’, ‘Photo courtesy of www.historicautoattractions.com‘, ‘The 1965 Lincoln Lehman Peterson Limousine used by President Lyndon B. Johnson, on display at Historic Auto Attractions.‘);

Museum includes such artifacts as two dresses, reading glasses, hats and various jewelry worn by former first lady.

ROSCOE—Historic Auto Attractions was very saddened by the news of the passing of former First Lady Ladybird Johnson. Her life can only be summed up as one of great achievement and great historical significance.

The museum is very lucky to have a number of artifacts relating to her life and times, along with her husband, President Lyndon Johnson. On display are such artifacts as two dresses, reading glasses, hats and various jewelry worn by the former first lady. Such items can rarely be seen anywhere else in the country. Historic Auto Attractions takes great pride in all of the artifacts in its collection, and feels a special attachment to the great people of the world they try to represent.

Historic Auto Attractions, 13825 Metric Drive, Roscoe, is open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday; 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, and closed Mondays. Admission is $10 adults, $8 seniors, $6 kids 6-15 and children younger than 6 get in free.

from the July 18-24, 2007, issue

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