June 23, 1967. After the day of meetings at Glassboro, LBJ attends the President’s Club Dinner at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The President’s Club, which began during the Kennedy administration, is a fundraising group that provides funds directly to the President (not his party) to use for various political purposes, including campaigning. After the dinner, President Johnson flies to his ranch in Texas to spend the day before the summit meeting continues on June 25th.
More on the President’s Club in the Library’s oral histories of Arthur Krim, Chairman of the President’s Club from 1962-1968.