LYNDON B. JOHNSON
(1908-1973) Thirty-sixth President of the United States and creator of the "Great Society" social welfare programs. America's growing involvement in Vietnam led to his declining a renomination as president. A group of four items, the first a FDC honoring the Fourth of July, 1960, cancelled Honolulu, July 4, 1960, boldly signed by Johnson with initials "LBJ", and additionally by First lady LADY BIRD JOHNSON. Together with two items of Johnson's Vice President HUBERT HUMPHREY: a menu for the "Communication Workers of American 30th Anniversary Banquet, June 19, 1968" held at the Sheraton Hotel in Washington, D.C., boldly signed with initials "HHH" on the cover, and a full signature on a small envelope. Together with an unsigned commemorative cover honoring Johnson's swearing-in, cancelled Port Washington, Nov. 22, 1963. Four pieces, fine condition.