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President Lyndon B. Johnson and General Omar N. Bradley lead the procession of dignitaries during the dedication ceremony of the George C. Marshall Research Library in Lexington, Virginia, on May 23, 1964. (GCMRL/ Photographs, 3711)
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Dedication of the Marshall Research Library

1964
   
Author:  Universal Newsreel

Subject: Marshall, George C.
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Silent; black & white; 13 min. President Lyndon B. Johnson tours the George C. Marshall Research Library in Lexington, Virginia, on May 23, 1964, the day the building is dedicated. Marshall biographer Forrest C. Pogue guides the president on a tour of the museum exhibits. Mrs. George C. Marshall, President and Mrs. Johnson, Omar N. Bradley, and Dwight D. Eisenhower stand around a bust of General Marshall on display in the Marshall Library lobby. Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Johnson are seated among the crowd during the outdoor dedication ceremony. 64.05.23B DISC 89

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Sound; black & white; 2 min. President Lyndon B. Johnson delivers an address during the dedication ceremony of the George C. Marshall Research Library in Lexington, Virginia, on May 23, 1964. “We will continue to build bridges across the gulf which has divided us from Eastern Europe,” states President Johnson. “They will be bridges of increased trade, of ideas, of visitors, and of humanitarian aid.” Mrs. George C. Marshall stands with President and Mrs. Johnson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Omar N. Bradley next to a bust of General Marshall displayed in the lobby of the Marshall Library. 64.05.23A DISC 28

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Location: Vault
Call No. 64.05.23B DISC 89
Language: english