Barbeque at LBJ Ranch December 1963
Right after JFK Assassination on November 22, 1963, there was a party going on at LBJ's Ranch on December 28, 1963 and friends of George de Mohrenschildt were in attendance; LBJ, George Crew McGhee and Angier Biddle Duke. Also caught on film was Governor John Connally in bandages. See photographs above - which came from dvd 35 minute video of barbecue. George Crew McGhee was then ambassador to Germany. See my other auction for a McGhee letter to seller.
1). For sale a letter from Texas Govenor John Connally to Mike Zebniak, dated September 14, 1966. Just three years after he sat in front seat with President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. Fifty-three years ago. See the other letter from President Gerald Ford to Mike Zebniak. Thirty years after the barbeque Seller spoke to John Connally on the telephone while in Houston on George de Mohrenschildt and his ties to Geoge H.W. Bush who was suing Bush in the Dallas Court with CIA attornies. Yet 30 years later Connally was working on the reelection of George H. W. Bush against soon to be President Bill Clinton. Yet it was George H. W. Bush who signed to law The JFK Records Review Board Act, never telling anyone he knew Lee Harvey Oswald's friend George de Mohrenschildt as did former CIA Director and Warren Commissioner Allen Dulles.
2). A Photograph of LBJ with Major General Chester Clifton a White House photo from the estate of General Clifton. Also an invitation from Major General Maxwell Taylor to attend a Dinner 15th anniversary for CENTO Military Committee dated Wednesday April 22nd. With COA from JG autographs. General Clifton was sitting at the same table with those who signed the Menu. Also an envelope franked by Vice President LBJ postmarked in 1962 in Washington D.C. to one J. L. Havers in Jonestown, PA.
3). Autograph from Gerald Ford last living Warren Commissioner appointed by LBJ. Both the Connally letter and Ford letter are on their respective office stationary and to the same individual. Also a COA from JG Autographs. Gerald Ford to Mike Zebniak.
4). Menu dated Dec. 28, 1963, day before Christmas Deep in the Heart of Texas at LBJ Ranch, signed by Jack Valenti and Georg Von Lillenfeld. There is a video showing John Connally in bandages after being shot with President Kennedy. The MENU is six inches by four inches in size. The video with sound is 38 minutes long there are two "outs" that about the same time, a copy on dvd will come with this menu. In poor taste? Connally is not seen at dinner because of his injured hand. Yet Angier Biddle Duke is sitting behind LBJ, George Crew McGhee is seen a few times, Dean Rusk and Pierre Salinger. You are getting a 38 minute video of the dinner at LBJ Ranch.
Jack Valenti worked with Arthur Krim on the film The Manchurian Candidate, which was a CIA corporation. Lee Harvey Oswald's friend CIA agent George de Mohrenschildt worked out of the same CIA-trust building at George Crew McGhee. Angier Biddle Duke was listed in 1954-55 in de Mohrenschildt's phone book as was George McGhee, George H. W. Bush and Lyndon Baines Johnson. The Warren Commission said that de Mohrenschildt was Lee Harvey Oswald's closest friend prior to the JFK Assassination. Seller spent 25 years researching the life of de Mohrenschildt and obtained his personal papers in 1992 from the West Palm Beach Sheriff's Office. Where in 1977 de Mohrenschildt committed suicide, he said that Oswald was set up for the assassination by wealthy Texas oilmen, FBI and CIA agenYou are bidding on a full letter from Chief of Protocol Angier Biddle Duke. He was at LBJ's barbecue on Dec. 28, 1963 and I have snaps of him. Seller wrote to Angier Biddle Duke and two years later in 1995 he made his final exit on roller blades and running into on-coming traffic in Long Island, New York.
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Read his bio on Wikipedia.
Rollerblading with Presidents JFK, LBJ and also friends with
Oswald's CIA handler.
The dinner was in honor of Germany's Ludwig Erhard. Organized by George de Mohrenschildt's friend and neighbor George C. McGhee Ambassador to Germany.
THE FOUR TABLE SEATING ARRANGMENTS show above in one of the photos.
THE AUTOGRAPHS ON THE MENU ARE AS FOLLOWS:
A Wikipedia search is in order and others may know of the Germans Nazi connections for the war ended nineteen years earlier:
Mr. Erich Strätling (Counselor, Embassy of the Federal Repubic of Germany);
Hon. Georg von Lilienfeld (Minister, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany)
Jack Valenti; was on Air Force One Nov. 22, 1963; later President of the Academy of Motion Pictures.
Dr. Hans Hille (Press Officer, Foreign Office);
Dr. Dankmar Seibt (Aide to Chancellor Erhard);
Dr. Kurt Muller (First Secretary, Foreign Office);
A). Jack Valenti was on board Air Force One when Sarah Hughes swore in LBJ as President. Valenti corresponded with Arthur Krim owner of United Artist and the man who released the film The Manchurian Candidate.
B). Signed also by Kurt Müller (born August 23, 1921 in Mainz, Germany) was a German psychologist and professor at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich.
After studying psychology and a diploma in 1951, he was a student at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main with Edwin Rausch. In Frankfurt, after his postdoctoral dissertation in 1962, the subject of the Habilitation Thesis came from the psychology of perception, he was first assistant lecturer, two years later Academic Council; Again two years later he received a first professorship. In 1968 he followed a call to the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, where he succeeded Philipp Lersch as professor for general psychology for twenty years. From 1971 to 1975 Müller was also director of the Bavarian State Institute for Early Pedagogy.
Müller's particular interests were concerned with the body-soul problem and the psychology of perception, with special consideration of gestalt psychological approaches.
C). Georg von Lilienfeld (born November 27, 1912 in Riga, Germany) was a German diplomat.
After attending the grammar schools in Düsseldorf and Munich, he studied law and political sciences as well as newspaper sciences in Munich, Riga and Berlin. He also studied at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, Harvard University, Boston, and Columbia University, New York. After graduating, Lilienfeld worked as a journalist. In 1938 he joined the Foreign Office. On March 1, 1938, he joined the NSDAP, and he was a member of the SA from 1932 to 1934. In the years 1933 and 1934 he wrote contributions to the Volkischer Beobachter.
He worked until the beginning of his military service during the Second World War in Berlin. In the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Joachim von Ribbentrop, he worked as a censor for radio programs. From 1943 to 1945 he worked at the Embassy in Tehran. After that, he was still employed at the Embassy in Fasano in 1945. After the end of the war, he was interned in Italy until 1947; nothing is known about his denazification. After 1945, he served as a witness in high-handed trials of US citizens in the US. From 1948 to 1950 he lived in the USA. There he worked in various professions.
Between 1951 and 1954 he worked for the Press and Information Office of the Federal Government. In 1953 he accompanied Konrad Adenauer on his Amerikareise because of his American knowledge. He was Head of the North and South America Unit at the Press and Information Office. He was admitted to the diplomatic service of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1954 and joined the United States Department Head. Between 1957 and 1961 he was embassy councilor in Ankara and then ambassador to Washington until 1968. On March 13, 1968, Georg von Lilienfeld took part in an interview with Adolf von Wagner, the third embassy secretary of the Federal Republic of Germany in Washington, Mr. Leddy and Edwin D. Crowley. Georg von Lilienfeld stated the concern of the Georg Georg Kiesinger government that the government of Alexei Nikolaevich Kossygin could interpret the NPT as a restriction to the nuclear planning group. Lyndon B. Johnson's government stated that the NPG was created to prevent such interpretations. 
Since 1968 he was German ambassador in Tehran. In 1974 he moved to Madrid. In 1977, he retired.
Thank you - Bruce