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LBJ Signs Civil Rights Act Postcard

$1.00

Historic black & white postcard of Pres. Johnson signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, joined by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This landmark legislation outlawed major forms of discrimination against racial, ethnic, national and religious minorities.
To Right Wrong..LBJ Quote Prism

$24.00

An LBJ Library exclusive, this acrylic prism features an inspiring quote from our 36th president- "Our mission is at once the oldest and most basic of this country: To right wrong, to do justice, to serve man."
Civil Rights Signing Framed Montage

$75.00

This framed montage features an 9x12 image of President Johnson signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a brass plate with Johnson's signature, and the Presidential Seal with a quote from President Johnson's speech the night the legislation was signed.
19th Amendment Mug

$16.00

Here’s to the revolutionaries who fought for their votes! Our 19th Amendment mug is a reminder that democracy requires the good will, faith, and honest engagement of its citizens – and citizens require the fair reciprocity of their government. 12oz. mug
To Deny A Man Postcard

$1.00

A postcard featuring a quote from President Johnson, on the importance of civil rights.
LBJ Meets w/ MLK Magnet

$5.00

2" x 3" magnet of MLK and LBJ meeting in Washington, D.C. in December 1963.
African Americans Ruler

$2.25

12-inch wooden rulers have inches and centimeters on one side, Benjamin Banneker to Michael Jordan on the other. Frederick Douglas sits on top.
Voting Rights Signing Framed Montage

$75.00

This framed montage features an 9x12 image of President Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, a silver-finish plate with Johnson's signature, and the Presidential Seal with a quote from President Johnson's speech on March 15, 1965.
LBJ Solve Together Quote Prism

$24.00

An LBJ Library exclusive, this acrylic prism features an inspiring quote from our 36th president- "There are no problems we cannot solve together, and very that we can solve by ourselves."
Modern Civil Rights Chart Wheel

$6.25

The Modern Civil Rights Movement Chartwheel is a compelling journey into the history of the most transformative era of the Movement.
Barbara Jordan Matted 11.5x14 Print

$42.00

Artistic rendition of Barbara Jordan’s portrait and quote. 8” x10”, matted to 11.5” x 14” Signed by the artist Carl Crum.
11x14 Matted Voting Rights Photo

$15.00

Matted photograph of President Lyndon Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965 as Martin Luther King Jr. and other Civil Rights Leaders look on. Matted, it measures 11” x 14”
MLK I Have a Dream Pencil

$0.75

Pencil featuring image of Dr. King. Reads "I Have A Dream."
Well Behaved Women Quote Enamel Pin

$12.00

Turn any outfit into a feminist's outfit with this motivational pin. It features the quote, "Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History” on a gold and white banner. Perfect for use on a jacket, bag, scarf, and more.
The Time is Always Right MLK Magnet

$5.00

A round, metal magnet, featuring a portrait of Dr Martin Luther King and his quote, "The time is always right to do what is right."
We Are Not Free Magnet

$5.00

A round, metal magnet, featuring the inspiring words, "We are not free until everyone is free."
The Future Is Female Enamel Pin

$12.00

Turn any outfit into a feminist's outfit with this motivational pin. It features the quote, "The future is female" on a gold and white banner. Perfect for use on a jacket, bag, scarf, and more.
Dream MLK Lapel Tac Pin

$5.00

Small, enamel pin with clawback closure. Image of DR. Martin Luther King, Jr. and DREAM.
What Was The March On Washington? by Kathleen Krull PB

$5.99

The March on Washington of Martin Luther King, Jr. is brought to life through artwork and photographs. 112 pages
African Americans Placemat

$3.95

Durably laminated, double-sided placemat featuring influential African Americans, makes mealtime educational. Made in the USA.
Civil Rights Knowledge Cards

$12.50

This deck of 48 Knowledge Cards offers an illustrated history of the civil rights movement and a chance to meet brave and brilliant people. Each card has a photo of an important event or person on one side and a brief biography or account on the other.
The Right To Vote Chart Wheel

$6.25

The Right to Vote chart wheel dynamically connects and frames America's turbulent voting rights history from 1787 to 2012.
11x14 Matted Photo: Signing of Civil Rights Act 1964

$15.00

Black and white print of LBJ signing the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Matted. 9”x12” photo in an 11” x 14” mat.
The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. - Edited by Clayborne Carson PB

$16.00

Autobiography written using Stanford University's collection of archival material, including previously unpublished writings, interviews, recordings, and correspondence. 416 pages

The Store at LBJ

Address The Store at LBJ 2313 Red River Street 78705 Austin
Contact 512-721-0260 [email protected] Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. CST. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.
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