Washington DC: The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy unit marches down Pennsylvania Avenue in the Inaugural parade her eon January 20, 1965, the day on which Lyndon Baines Johnson was sworn in as 36th President of the United States. (UPI Photo)
President Lyndon Baines Johnson takes his second oath of office on Capitol Hill in Washington DC on January 20, 1965, administered by Chief Justice Earl Warren. His wife, Lady Bird Johnson proudly looks her husband. (UPI Photo/Files)..
Lady Bird Johnson stands with her two daughters, Lynda Bird and Luci Baines, at a reception on March 20, 1965. The reception is in honor of Luci, who will be the queen of the Azalea Festival in Norfolk, Virginia, in April 1965. (UPI Photo)
Washington DC: Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson makes brief remarks to crowd attending an Inaugural Ball at the Sheraton Park Hotel. Here 1/290/1965, as the Chef Executive looks on. The First Couple attended five Balls in all to climax three days of Inaugural events. (UPI Photo)
Andy Warhol stands in front of a limited edition serigraph of Princess Grace of Monaco to benefit the Institute of Contemporary Art here in Philadelphia on June 1, 1984. Jack Kelly (R) and his wife Sandra (L) join Warhol at the Institute. He is the brother of Grace Kelly. The ICA is celebrarting its 20th anniversary. It gave Warhol his first one-man show in 1965. (UPI Photo/George Bilyk/Files)
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (R) confers with Albert Raby, Chicago civil rights leader and head of the Coordinating Council of Community Organizations, at the National Council of Churches resort camp here late October 8, 1965. Dr. King had been meeting with Chicago civil rights leaders and later outlined his assault on segregation problems in Chicago. (UPI Photo/Files)
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