Exhibits

Online Exhibits

The LBJ Museum of San Marcos offers permanent and special exhibits that can be viewed at the Museum, as well as online exhibits and other educational information. There are many programs that can benefit students and individuals of all ages. We encourage your participation. We challenge you to learn more about our future from our past.

Permanent Exhibits

Lyndon Johnson: Texas Legend, Texas Legacy The LBJ Museum features unique exhibits of presidential memorabilia, early photographs, local news clippings, a book collection, copies of the Pedagog college yearbook from the 1920s, campaign and presidential memorabilia, paintings and renderings, miniature statues of LBJ by artists Larry Ludtke and Jimilu Mason, a Great Society speech and …

Programs

Collection Development: We are actively building our collection  and seeking artifacts and mementos, manuscripts, research materials, creative works, rare books, periodicals and news clippings, photographs, and audiovisual sources relating to LBJ, especially regarding his association with San Marcos, Southwest Texas State Teachers College (now Texas State University), and Cotulla, Texas. We are also interested in …

Reference Materials

Archives and Manuscripts: Archived Subject Files — An easily accessible collection of news clippings, magazine articles, documents, notes, memoranda, research papers, advertising ephemera, and other items arranged by subject. Some of these include the President Johnson’s Great Society speeches and legislation, LBJ’s campaigns and elections, Texas State University history, politics and political science, and LBJ-related …