2012 Press & Events

 

Third Annual 60′s Night Party and Celebration

August 3, 2012 LBJ Museum of San Marcos The Lyndon Baines Johnson Museum of San Marcos hosted its third annual 60s Night party and fundraiser on Friday, the 3rd of August 2012, from 7 to 9:30 pm. The 60s Night event gave the museum the opportunity to show case its new audio visual equipment and …

Saber Security Systems, Inc. Makes In-Kind Contribution

July 25, 2012 LBJ Museum of San Marcos Matt Barber and Saber Security Systems, Inc. have been providing turn-key security and audio /video services to Central Texans since 1996. Saber prides itself on building long term relationships. Recently Matt jumped at the opportunity to assist the LBJ Museum with the installation and monitoring of a …

Ribbon Cutting Dedicates Second Floor Museum Expansion

July 13, 2012 LBJ Museum of San Marcos During the formal dedication and ribbon cutting of the LBJ Museum’s second floor, Dr. Ed Mihalkanin, President of the LBJ Museum of San Marcos, thanked the Hays County and City of San Marcos governments for their donations to the Museum which made possible the renovation of the …

James H. McCrocklin’s PapersDonated to the LBJ Museum of San Marcos

July 3, 2012 LBJ Museum of San Marcos   The Estate of Harriett McCrocklin recently donated the balance of her husband’s papers to the LBJ Museum. James H. McCrocklin served as President of Texas State University from August of 1964 to April of 1969. During his tenure President Johnson spoke numerous times in San Marcos including the …

10th Annual LBJ Museum of San Marcos Golf Tournament

Pat Murdock June 4, 2012 LBJ Museum of San Marcos   A four-person team sponsored by John Navarrette took first place in the 10th annual Lyndon Baines Johnson Museum of San Marcos Golf Tournament Saturday, June 2 at Quail Creek Country Club. Playing on the winning team were Joey Gold, Byron Marburger, Len Thompson and Todd Gold. …

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Edwin “Jiggs” Fauver’s White House Memorabilia Donated to LBJ Museum

January 6, 2012 LBJ Museum of San Marcos Edwin “Jiggs” Fauver began his White House career in 1942 as a telegraph operator during the Franklin Roosevelt presidency. He retired in 1972 while Richard Nixon was president. In between, he served as White House Transportation Officer to six U.S. Presidents and their staff. Mr. Fauver’s White …