Various shots of Eisenhower touring, then Kennedy with Johnson and Nixon with Cabot Lodge.
Unissued / unused material - dates and locations may be unclear / unknown.
American newsreel item. Title reads: "Political Page: The President and the Hopefuls"
Denver, Colorado, USA / United States of America
Various shots as President Eisenhower as Honorary President of the Boy Scout Movement, visits the International Jamboree in Colorado. Shots show him with the Boy Scouts, and then driving through lane of cheering scouts. CU President Eisenhower as he arrives in Denver. MS Women and children looking on. MS Tearful 17 year old Air Force wife, Mrs. Betty Steed asks Eisenhower for permission for her husband to live off the base. MS Women and children looking on. MS Airman Norman Steed and his wife Betty have a long loving kiss after permission has been granted by Eisenhower for him to live off Lowery AirForce base. MS Onlookers in street, children with cameras at the ready. LS President and Mrs. Eisenhower with another woman descend steps of house with Mrs. Eisenhower waving to crowd.
Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, USA
LS House of Democratic candidate for US President, Senator John Kennedy at Hyannis Port, Mass. MS Int. showing reporters taking notes. MS John Kennedy and Democratic Senator Lyndon Johnson, his running mate, posing for photographers in garden. LS Kennedy surrounded by people in the garden of his home. LS and MS Kennedy and Democrat Adlai Stevenson on the porch of his home.
Washington DC, USA
MS Republican Vice President Richard Nixon, now Presidential nominee, and his running mate Henry Cabot Lodge seated on settee in Washington. (2 shots). MS Cameramen. LS Nixon and Lodge are joined by National Chairman and Nixon's General Campaign Manager, Leonard W. Hall, and Nixon's administrative assistant Robert H. Finch. CU Mr. Lodge and Mr. Finch, pan to include Mr. Nixon and Mr. Hall. MS Group.
Note: "Date received" on original paperwork reads: August 1960. American commentary.