About Collecting Lyndon B. Johnson Autographs
Lyndon B. Johnson usually left one valuable clue on many of his letters – authentic signatures have the period that should follow the “B” under rather than after it. After he left office, he tended to sign books and letters himself, often using his initials. He even wrote a few brief ALS's. Johnson dictated more of his own letters than Kennedy, as his touch can be seen in many of them. They could be of any length and run the full gamut of content, including those relating to his civil rights advocacy and to his Vietnam policy and war.