Subseries 7.1
Lyndon B. Johnson correspondence, 1955-2011
Box 6

Scope and Content Note

Series include personal and professional of J. Willis Hurst and others with or about Lyndon B. Johnson and members of his family. Personal correspondence includes correspondence between Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Willis Hurst, between other Johnson family members and J. Willis Hurst, most prominently Lady Bird Johnson, and correspondence between other individuals, including Lady Bird Johnson. Topics of correspondence include informal exchanges about Lyndon B. Johnson's medical condition, news and holiday wishes from the Johnson and Hurst families, and highlights in J. Willis Hurst career.

Correspondence between other individual includes comments about J. Willis Hurst by Lady Bird Johnson, and an article by The Jerusalem Post regarding Lyndon B. Johnson's efforts to help Jews immigrate to the United States in the late 1930s and his foreign relation efforts toward Israel.

Professional correspondence between J. Willis Hurst and other medical professionals refers to Lyndon B. Johnson's medical condition, 1955-1995 (restricted) and to Lynda B. Johnson Robb's medical condition, 2007-2008 (restricted).

Restrictions on Access

Special restrictions apply: Selected materials restricted in accordance with Emory University Archives access policy for doctor/patient records.

Box Folder Content
6 1 Personal correspondence, undated
6 2 Personal correspondence, 1955-1969 [Selected materials RESTRICTED until 2060: CR]
6 3 Personal correspondence, 1971-1978
6 4 Personal correspondence, 1980-1989
6 5 Personal correspondence, 1991-1999
6 6 Personal correspondence, 2000-2004
6 7 Personal Correspondence, 2005-2011
6 8 Correspondence between others, 1982-2008
6 9 Professional Correspondence regarding Lyndon B. Johnson, 1955-1995 [RESTRICTED until 2095: CR]
6 10 Professional Correspondence regarding Lynda B. Robb, 2007-2008 [RESTRICTED until 2108: CR]