I was sent down to Cuba. Everything had been prepared with the help of Congressman Johnson and his staff.
When I was to come to Washington the first time as Music Director of the Boston Symphony, Mrs. Johnson phoned us to find out if they could give us a party and who we would like to meet.
The Congressman ascertained that the consulate in Havana had numbers to feed the pigs.
The President would usually talk to me about matters relating to the immigration problem.
A President doesn't have a terribly long time to talk to people who are not really on the agenda.
When I was introduced to Johnson he was a freshman Congressman.
I was introduced to Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson. The young Congressman was very friendly.
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