“MR. NIXON AND I HAVE NOT ALWAYS AGREED ON EVERYTHING”: SCARCE TYPED JANUARY 15, 1969 DOCUMENT SIGNED BY PRESIDENT JOHNSON, DATED IN PRINT FIVE DAYS BEFORE HE LEFT OFFICE, HIS REMARKS… UPON THE SIGNING OF THE BUDGET MESSAGE
JOHNSON, Lyndon Baines. Typed document signed. Washington, D.C. 1969.
Scarce five-page official press release signed by President Johnson on the top leaf, dated in print January 15, 1969, only five days before he left office, a typed transcript of his Remarks on his projected budget that were made by him in the White House the day after he delivered his final State of the Union message, accompanied by a February 5 typed letter on Johnson letterhead signed by his personal secretary to a major political supporter, stating Johnson “was delighted to autograph for you a copy of his remarks [sic] at the time he signed the Budget Message.” $1400.