Former President Lyndon B. Johnson's daughters and admirers are remembering his civil rights and education legacy as they celebrate the 100th anniversary of his birth.
Daughters Luci Baines Johnson and Lynda Johnson Robb and dozens of Johnson admirers gathered Wednesday at his Hill Country ranch for a wreath-laying ceremony at his grave on the banks of the Pedernales River.
They also celebrated the opening of his ranchhouse office to the public.
Luci Johnson said when Democrat Barack Obama accepts his party's presidential nomination, he'll fulfill a dream of her father's of equality for all.
Johnson signed the landmark Civil Rights Act into law in 1964. He died in 1973, four years after he left office.