There were a few recordings of conversations between LBJ and his wife Lady Bird. I'm still a bit shocked that we had a FLOTUS named Lady Bird. Her real name was Claudia, but when she was young her nurse said she was as pretty as a lady bird and the nickname stuck. Her family called her "Lady" and her husband called her "Bird". She must have been quite the lady because LBJ proposed to her two days after they first met! She was an acute business person having invested her inheritance in local radio and TV stations in the 40s and 50s that eventually made the Johnsons millionaires. In fact, she was the first president's wife to become a millionaire in her own right. Here is Leah listening to Lady Bird giving LBJ a pep talk.
There is so much to see that one could spend several hours in the museum. After a couple hours, our stomachs began growling so we bid farewell to LBJ, Lady Bird and the 60's, pulled up directions to the nearest taco joint on our smartphones, and Googled our remaining questions, thankful for the modern conveniences that have been developed over the last 50 years.