The signature examples offered in this section and available by year through the buttons above are only a sample of the many Lyndon Johnson signatures written and found on various documents and photographs over time. It is important to realize that Lyndon Johnson employed numerous secretaries and aides throughout his career and many of these aides were authorized to sign for him from time to time. Then in 1957 the Autopen machine was approved and added to the Congressional budget for purchase and for use by Congressman and Senators. As stated on the HOME page, these scenarios create a challenge to identifying authentic Johnson signatures versus those made by a secretary or by a machine. It is for these reasons and more I have devoted this site and my publications to identifying these various signature patterns.
FURTHER - It is NOT my intent to be comprehensive on the subject on this website. For a more comprehensive review of the subject and additional signatures for comparison, I must recommend the purchase of my LBJ Signature Study Book available through this website and through various booksellers.
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