Interview with Shirley James, August 20, 2020

Project: Bess Abell Oral History Project

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Shirley James discusses her involvement in convincing the U.S. Postal Service to create a Lady Bird Johnson commemorative stamp in honor of what would have been her 100th birthday in 2012. James concludes the interview with remarks upon Bess Abell's fashion and style preferences.

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2020oh0566_ba0021

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Shirley James

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2020-08-20

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