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#66 - Lyndon B. Johnson

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Description                           Estimate: $500+          

Color glossy 13 x 8.5 photo of a painting of LBJ at his Texas ranch, affixed to its original 18 x 14 mount, signed and inscribed on the mount in fountain pen, “To Deke De Loach, from his friend, Lyndon B. Johnson.” In fine condition, with some chipping to the emulsion along the edges of the photo. DeLoach worked at the FBI for nearly thirty years and, in 1965, was promoted by Hoover to the lofty position of Deputy Director. During his tenure, DeLoach was a lead investigator in both the Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr., assassinations. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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