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    A Grouping of Personal Items Belonging to Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson, including: a crystalline stone with mounted butterflies in a Plexiglas box, 6-inches by 8-inches; a brass sculpture of a plant mounted on a rock, 11-inches; a cloth-covered three-ring binder; a picture frame with a photograph of a yellow rose, the photo stamped "Ernest S. Martin"; a copy of White House History, Presidential Inaugurations; a yellow flowered vanity tray; a pair of decorative sewing scissors; a tile with a yellow bird; a needlepoint pillow with a pineapple; a large red desk magnifying glass; two packs of playing cards with wildflowers on the back; a over-sized reprint of Profile of a President from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram; a silk Yves Saint Laurent tie, new in box; a table-lamp in the shape of a sea urchin; and, a fur rug, 32-inches by-24 inches, commissioned on a trip to the Peruvian Andes by Lynda Bird Robb for her father, Lyndon Johnson. He kept it by his bed at the LBJ Ranch.

    A full 100% of the net proceeds will benefit the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at the University of Texas at Austin, in honor of the 2012 Centennial of Lady Bird Johnson's birth.

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    May, 2012
    12th Saturday
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