Former LBJ Director to Speak at Bush Museum
For Release: March 27, 2003
College Station, TX
- Harry Middleton, former Director of the LBJ Library and Museum, is the next featured speaker for the George Bush Museum Issues Forum. Mr. Middleton will speak about the Johnson Administration and the LBJ tapes from the Oval Office. Harry Middleton was the director of the LBJ Library and Museum for 31 years. Before that, he served as White House speechwriter during the Johnson Administration. Archivist of the United States, John Carlin, appointed Mr. Middleton Library Director Emeritus upon his retirement in 2002. Mr. Middleton continues to serve as the director for the LBJ Foundation a position he held in tandem with the Museum’s directorship since 1971. The Issues Forum will be held on Wednesday April 2 at 7:00 p.m. in the Museum’s Orientation Theater. Admission is free but reservations are requested. For more information or to make reservations call Amanda at 691-4015.
The George Bush Museum Issues Forum brings top experts in their field to engage in a public conversation about timely issues facing our society. The Issues Forum is made possible by a grant from the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation.