Holly Bailey

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Nov. 23, 1968: The Times wrote about the White House photographer Yoichi Robert Okamoto, right, who produced most of the 250,000 photos of President Lyndon B. Johnson  housed at the time in a laboratory in Georgetown. The reporter, Nan Robertson, called the collection the “greatest album of candid pictures ever made of an American president.” She continued: “Some persons are appalled by the size and expense of Mr. Johnson’s picture operation. Others believe the price is little enough to pay for pictures that will be priceless to historians.” Photo: George Tames/The New York Times

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