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12 Millionth Visitor honored at LBJ Library & Museum
On Tuesday, December 11, 2001, Angeles Guerrero of Georgetown, Texas became the 12 millionth visitor to the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum. Angeles was accompanied by her husband, Robert, and their five-year-old daughter, Mary Ann. Angeles said she had first visited the LBJ Library and Museum on a field trip as a girl and wanted to expose her daughter to the culture on display. The Guerrero family were presented with a 30-dollar gift certificate to the LBJ Museum Store, a hardcover exhibit catalouge highlighting the exhibit From Gutenberg to Gone With The Wind: Treasures From the Ransom Center and Library Director Harry Middleton's book, LBJ: The White House Years. Representatives from the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau were also on hand to present the Guerreros with an Austin gift pack, including dinner certificates and items featuring the unique Austin experience.