Boyhood Home Virtual Tour

A black-and-white early 1900s photo shows a family sitting in a Model T Ford car in front of a one-story frame house.
Lyndon Johnson's family moved into a three-bedroom, white frame home in Johnson City in September 1913, just two weeks after Lyndon's fifth birthday. For most of the next twenty-four years, this was their home.

The Johnson family included Lyndon's parents, Sam Ealy Johnson Jr. and Rebekah Baines Johnson, and Lyndon's four siblings: his sisters Rebekah, Josefa, and Lucia, and his brother Sam Houston Johnson. The family life that Lyndon Johnson experienced here as he grew to adulthood strongly influenced the man who became our thirty-sixth president.

Last updated: January 21, 2022

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