New resource: Lyndon B. Johnson telephone conversations

The library has just acquired a set of recordings of Lyndon B. Johnson’s telephone conversations from May 1968 to January 1969. The full set of 30+ CDs provides over 600 hours of phone conversations, and printed transcripts are also available. It will take us a while to get these catalogued, but they are available for use – please just ask at the desk. They can be listened to on the PC in the group study room, or, if you have headphones, on your own laptop or another library PC.

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