Vice-President Nixon shakes hands with officials standing in a row,as the Nixons conclude their visit to Guatemala and board a U.S. Military Air Transport C-121 aircraft . Mountains of Guatemala as seen from the C-121 plane in flight. Vice-President and Mrs Nixon, assisted by U.S. Ambassador, Norman Armour, exchange greetings with prominent Guatemalans at a formal reception held in the 'Instituto Guatemalteco Americano'. Boys play in street outside the institute. Several people stand on sidewalk in front of the institute. Vice-President Richard Nixon and his wife, outside the Instutute, greet people. Guatemalan cavalry in formal uniforms on horseback are seen as five small boys watch them from above, in trees.
Mrs. Nixon seated with Mrs. Armas, during a formal welcoming by President Carlos Castillo Armas in the Presidential Palace in Guatemala City,Guatemala. Vice-President Richard Nixon shakes hands with President Carlos Castillo Armas, and, then, makes some public remarks that are broadcast on WRUL and another radio station. Another dignitary addresses the gathering. Vice President Nixon presents President Armas an inscribed portrait photograph of President and Mrs.Eisenhower, which Presedent Armas shows to his wife and then holds up for photographers. Mrs. Nixon stands and greets a number of Guatemalan ladies seated in a row. Vice President Nixon and President Armas receive greeting from several officials.
Vice-President Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat Nixon step down from a U.S. Military Air Transport Service C-121 airplane at Guatemala City Airport. They are surrounded by well wishers and greeted with flowers. An honor guard of Guatemalan troops presents arms, in salute.
Vice-President Richard Nixon standing up in an open cadillac convertible car. American flag flying amidst crowd on sidewalk. A military officer presents bouquet of flowers to Mrs.Nixon who then stands up as well. Their car makes its way surrounded by huge crowd. Hood of car is draped with a large cloth (sign?). Vice-President Richard Nixon sits with his wife, Pat Nixon, on back of the rear seat of the car and they wave as they pass the crowds. Procession is led by Guatemalans on motor bikes and bicycles. Well-wishers stretch a huge banner across the road, welcoming Mr.Nixon. They arrive at a large gated residence, where the Nixons get out of their car and are greeted by President Carlos Castillo Armas. Scene of Presidential Palace. Crowd of people around entrance. Street vendor with cart, selling ice cream. Photographer stands on the cart to take a photograph. Vice President and Mrs. Nixon are escorted , from the palace,through a crowd, to their car, and drive away in a motorcade, with motorcycle escort ,as hundreds of spectators watch.
Vice-President Richard Nixon and his wife arrive at the Presidential Palace in a car. They mingle with the crowd shaking hands and talking to people.Mr. Nixon talks with a small boy and shakes his hand. Mrs. Nixon picks up a small boy, and holds him up. Inside the Palace, they are greeted by a large number of leaders including President Carlos Castillo Armas. Vice-President Richard Nixon seated next to President Armas, who then rises and reads a proclamation of welcome, broadcast on WRUL and other radio stations.
U.S. President Dwight David Eisenhower at Fitzsimons Army Hospital in Denver, Colorado after his recovery from a heart attack. Exteriors of the hospital building. The First Lady of the United States Mamie Doud Eisenhower, the President of Guatemala Carlos Castillo Armas and his wife visit President Dwight David Eisenhower. All four dignitaries pose for a picture. President Carlos Castillo Armas presents Dwight D. Eisenhower with a Presidential Seal.