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PHOTO GALLERY: Visiting LBJ Ranch in Texas

If you like presidential history, you certainly will enjoy visiting the LBJ Ranch, the home of President Lyndon B. Johnson, at the national and state historical parks in central Texas.

President Johnson served at the White House from 1963 to 1969. Then-Vice President Johnson replaced President John F. Kennedy, who was shot and killed in Dallas.

The LBJ Ranch is where Johnson was born, lived, died, and was buried. After Johnson's death in 1973, Mrs. "Lady Bird" Johnson continued to live at the Ranch part time until her death in 2007.

Visitors are now able to tour the Ranch at their own pace in their private vehicle with the ability to stop at sites along the way such as the President's birthplace, Johnson family cemetery, and the Johnson's ranch house known as the Texas White House. Magazine editor Jamie H. Vaught recently visited the LBJ Ranch. Below are some of his favorite photos.

Photos by Jamie H. Vaught

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