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1964 Presidential Campaign Television Spot

The “Daisy” campaign ad – In the 1964 presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee commissioned a TV ad that is commonly called the “Daisy” ad. This video may be downloaded and used free of charge. However, the Democratic National Committee allows the LBJ Library to provide the ad to the public. Please credit the video: Courtesy Democratic National Committee.

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1964 Presidential Campaign Television Spot "Peace, Little Girl", aka the "Daisy Spot"

Serial #: B7314

Date: 1964

Event: 1964 Presidential Campaign Television Spot

Location: Unknown

Credit: Democratic National Committee

Rights Info: No usage fees. User must observe DNC guidelines.

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Address before Joint Session of Congress, 11/27/63.

President Johnson's address before joint session of Congress, 11/27/63.

Index terms: Speeches; Congress; JFK.

LBJ Library video donated by CBS.

President Johnson's 1964 State of the Union address, 1/8/64.

President Johnson's State of the Union address, 1964. 1/8/64.

Index terms: Speeches; Congress; State of the Union Address.

LBJ Library video donated by CBS. No usage fees.

LBJ and Thurgood Marshall, 7/7/65.

Telephone Conversation between President Johnson and Thurgood Marshall.

Citation No.: 8307

July 7, 1965

Time: 1:30 PM

Speakers: President Johnson and Thurgood Marshall

General Topics: Appointments & Nominations; Civil Rights; Congressional Relations; Crime & Law Enforcement; Diplomacy; Judiciary; Public Relations.

Topics: LBJ Asks Marshall To Accept Appointment As Solicitor General; Importance Of Having Negro As Govt's Top Trial Lawyer; Effect Of Appointment Of Negro On US Image Abroad; Experience Marshall Will Gain As Solicitor General, Possible Future Appointment.

More info on the LBJ telephone conversations: Telephone Conversations Description and Search Page.

President Johnson assigned his copyright to the United States government; however, the copyright of the President may not extend beyond statements made by President Johnson. Statements uttered by officials of the United States government in the course of their duties are considered to be in the public domain. Users of the recordings and transcripts are cautioned, however, that not all persons recorded were government officials. A number of the people recorded were, at the time of recording, private citizens. Therefore, those intending to quote from this material beyond the accepted limits of fair use are cautioned to determine the copyright implications of any intended publication.

LBJ and Jacqueline Kennedy, 3/25/65.

Telephone Conversation between President Johnson and Jacqueline Kennedy.

Citation No.: 7158

March 25, 1965

Time: 4:56 PM

Speakers: President Johnson and Jacqueline Kennedy

General Topics: Civil Rights; Condolences & Greetings; Crime & Law Enforcement; Diplomacy; Federal Budget; LBJ Personal; LBJ Reminiscences; Legislation; Presidency; Public Relations; Speeches; Western Europe; Women.

Topics: Mrs. Kennedy Praises LBJ's Voting Rights Speech; LBJ Offers Presidential Plane To Mrs. Kennedy For Trip To UK To Dedicate JFK Memorial At Runnymede; LBJ Reminisces That Last Time He Saw Mrs. Kennedy Was Night He Learned Of Walter Jenkins' Arrest.

More info on the LBJ telephone conversations: Telephone Conversations Description and Search Page

President Johnson assigned his copyright to the United States government; however, the copyright of the President may not extend beyond statements made by President Johnson. Statements uttered by officials of the United States government in the course of their duties are considered to be in the public domain. Users of the recordings and transcripts are cautioned, however, that not all persons recorded were government officials. A number of the people recorded were, at the time of recording, private citizens. Therefore, those intending to quote from this material beyond the accepted limits of fair use are cautioned to determine the copyright implications of any intended publication.

LBJ and Tom Watson, 3/16/65.

Telephone Conversation between President Johnson and Tom Watson.

Citation No.: 7071

March 16, 1965

Time: 4:19 PM

Speakers: President Johnson and Tom Watson

General Topics: Appointments & Nominations; Business; Civil Rights; Congressional Relations; East Asia & The Pacific; Economics; International Economic Policy; Legislation; National Politics; Pre-Presidential; Press Relations; Public Relations; Speeches; Western Europe

Topics: Watson Praises Voting Rights Speech; LBJ Offers Watson Nomination As Treasury Secretary; David Rockefeller And LBJ's Concern About His Views On Tight Money, Possible Conflicts With Nelson Rockefeller; Bill Youngman; Republican Reaction To LBJ's Speech

More info on the LBJ telephone conversations: Telephone Conversations Description and Search Page

President Johnson assigned his copyright to the United States government; however, the copyright of the President may not extend beyond statements made by President Johnson. Statements uttered by officials of the United States government in the course of their duties are considered to be in the public domain. Users of the recordings and transcripts are cautioned, however, that not all persons recorded were government officials. A number of the people recorded were, at the time of recording, private citizens. Therefore, those intending to quote from this material beyond the accepted limits of fair use are cautioned to determine the copyright implications of any intended publication.

Inauguration of the President and Vice President, 1/20/1965.

Inauguration of the President and Vice President of the United States, 1/20/1965.

Public domain.

This film is from the LBJ Library moving picture collection created by the White House Naval Photographic Unit, aka the Navy Films. The films consist of monthly reports on the activities of President and Mrs. Johnson from 1963-1969.

Below are scene lists for this film, from the LBJ Library audiovisual archives. They include the stop and start times of each scene in seconds, and may include shots within those scenes with only start times. Due to the time conversions, scenes all have a margin of error of several seconds.The descriptions may be edited for length--for more information contact johnson.library@nara.gov.

President Johnson's 1965 State of the Union Address, 1/4/1965.

President Johnson's 1965 State of the Union Address, 1/4/1965.

Index terms: Speeches; Congress; State of the Union Address

LBJ Library video donated by CBS.

President Johnson's Address to the Nation, 3/31/68.

Index terms: Speeches; March 31; Vietnam; WH; Bombing Halt; Campaign 68.

LBJ Library video donated by CBS.

Captions from the Public Papers of the President, online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. The President's Address to the Nation