US wife of Lyndon Johnson
1963-1969 – Became the First Lady.
1970 – She focused her attention on the Austin, Texas riverfront area through her involvement in the Town Lake Beautification Project
1999 – Was hospitalized for a fainting spell on the 11st of November.
1973 – After President Johnson died, she remained in the public eye, honoring her husband and other Presidents.
Kennedy Center Honorary Chair.
National Geographic Society trustee emeritus.
1977 – Presidential Medal of Freedom.
1989 – Congressional Gold Medal.
1970 – She published a memoir, White House Diary.
1993 – Her health began to fail. She suffered a minor stroke in August and became legally blind due to macular degeneration.
Peabody for "A Visit to Washington
with Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson on Behalf of a More Beautiful America" (1966)
2006 – Lady Bird Johnson made a rare public appearance at the renovation announcement of the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum on the 13th of October.