Aviator Charles Lindbergh visits Guatemala City, Guatemala. A large crowd gathered at an air field to greet Lindbergh. The Guatemala flag raised at various places. Decorations all over the field. People await his arrival. They watch as his plane 'Spirit of Saint Louis' approaches and lands. Guatemalan soldiers escort Lindbergh. Lindbergh with the officers.
American Embassy building in Guatemala City, capital of Guatemala. 'Embassy of United States of America' carved on top of entrance to the building. A park overlooking Guatemala City, with a large cross erected on ground. Views of the city. Damaged structures where people are walking about. A boy plays with the remnants of an antiaircraft gun, installed in a trench. Two boys run through fields on outskirts of the city.
President of Guatemala, Colonel Castillo Armas arrives to Guatemala via plane. Large crowd at the airport greets him on his arrival. Military personnel make way for the President amidst the crowd. Exteriors of a building. The flag of Guatemala flutters atop the building. An Anti-Red survivor shows scars of the brutal beatings on his back. President Armas poses with men outside the building. A large crowd in a city square.
Decorated entrance of a building in Guatemala. "Primer Cuerpo Guardia Civil" written on a building. Large group of people standing outside that building. People pass by a guarded gate of Mexican Embassy building. 'Eastados Unidos Mexicanos Embajada' written on a plate pasted on the door. View of National Palace from Central Park. Pedestrians, motorbikes, automobiles, and a jeep, are all seen in the city. A 1952 Buick Roadmaster sedan drives from under the wing of an airplane on a road adjoining the airport. Many U.S. Air Force personnel are watching from the sidewalk. Merchants roll up steel shutter to open their shop.
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.