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Mrs. Bush’s Remarks at the National Park Foundation's Inaugural Founders Award Dinner
Mrs. Laura Bush addresses the National Park Foundation's Leadership Summit on Partnership and Philanthropy Inaugural Founders Award Dinner Monday, Oct. 15, 2007, in Austin, Texas. "Lady Bird Johnson wanted every American to experience the magic of our national parks. She made park preservation a priority of her husband's administration," said Mrs. Bush. "She championed the National Historic Preservation Act, which President Johnson signed 41 years ago today. The Act launched the first coordinated federal effort to safeguard our country's heritage, and has led to four decades of terrific preservation work throughout the United States." White House photo by Shealah Craighead

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