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LBJ’s Love Letters To Be Available

A love letter sent by Lyndon Johnson, then a 26-year-old congressional aide, to Claudia Alta “Lady Bird” Taylor, then 21, is seen at the LBJ Presidential Library at the University of Texas today in Austin, Texas. For the first time, the entire collection of nearly 100 love letters written between Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson during their 21/2-month courtship in 1934 is being made available to the public, beginning on Valentine’s Day. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Question: When did you last write a love letter to your sweetie?

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