Surrounded by bodyguards, President Calvin Coolidge visits Havana, Cuba for the Pan-American Congress.
Full titles read: "President Coolidge - well protected... has cordial reception on arrival at Havana to attend great Pan-American Congress."
M/S of President Calvin Coolidge waving from the back seat of an open-top car as he is driven through Havana; he is accompanied by dignitaries and bodyguards walk beside the car. Another car goes past with two men and two women - not recognised by this cataloguer - one of the women could be Coolidge's wife? Military men on horseback line up along a street as a crowd of Cubans look on.
M/S of President Coolidge getting out of his car and walking along a line of saluting military men towards a building; cutaway to nice M/S of a group of beautiful Cuban girls.
M/S of Coolidge coming out of a building, through a crowd of people and getting into the open-top car; he takes his hat off and appears to pose briefly for the camera. Another man gets in beside him - an aide / bodyguard?