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How far south did you go!
We went below Alexandria, a little bit below Alexandria.
Not as far as Mount Vernon.
Not as far as Mount Vernon. Mrs. Johnson asked me
to come and spend the night with her--I think it was that night
of the 19th--possibly the 20th; and when I got there, I found
Barbara Ward, Lady Jackson, the British economist, who had been
one of the editors of the London Economist, there; and also...
No, wait a minute; I'm beyond myself. The trip on the Sequoia
was just a thing unto itself, but the conference on natural
beauty took place shortly thereafter on May 24th or 25th.
Over the week-end, there was a President's Club dance
in New York City at the Waldorf. The President's Club is a club
of people who are ardent Democrats, all willing to pay a
thousand dollars apiece for tickets to either dine or dance
at a party that's given in honor of the President. It was
started under the Kennedy regime, and it was carried on this
year by Arthur Krim, who was the first head of it in New
York City with Anna Rosenberg Hoffman. And his idea was that
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