Saturday, February 6, 2010

The LBJ Presidential Library and the Declaration of Independence

The Declaration of Independence that was taken around to the 13 origional colonies was on display at the LBJ Library in Austin at the University of Austin. We went to see the copy known as the Broadside Document. It was on display for 5 hours only for just one day. There were tons of people there and many Cub and Scout troops. It was pretty awesome.

A collage of election and political pins from the era of LBJ's presidency.

I am sorry for the bad photograph. The case was at an angle and I could not spend too much time trying to get a good shot.
A traveling display of the History of our Country. Very Awesome to see....


  1. That looks like it was a great experience. Thanks for sharing it with us. :)

  2. what a GREAT family outing! I love the picture of the Declaration of Independence. Amazing. It really is good to experience things in our area. Enjoy TEXAS! It is a GREAT state.