General Plutarco Calles, Former President of Mexico, relaxes on a deck of the Hawaii-bound Malolo with his daughter, his son-in-law and the latter's brother. From left to right, Hortensia Elias Calles de Torreblanca, General Calles and Fernando Torreblanca relax in lounge chairs that sit in a row. Behind and between General Calles and Fernando Torreblanca, Fernando's younger brother, Enrique Torreblanca stands. He rests a hand to the back of each of their chairs. The ship's deck and deck structures occupy the background.
From left to right, Fernando Torreblanca, Hortensia Elias Calles de Torreblanca and former Mexican President Plutarco Calles pose on a deck aboard the Hawaii-bound ship, Malolo. The family poses at center and all look to camera. A rail passes behind the group, lining the deck's edge. Ships are barely visible in the harbor in the far distance.
General Arnaiz was head of the army and led the 1923-24 revolt of the De la Huerta forces until it collapsed. He has since been living in Los Angeles. Arnaiz expresses that he wishes to go back to Mexico City to visit his mother but wants to stay in Los Angeles to keep running his business.
Mexican consul Ricardo Hill attends as General Saturnino Cedillo presents dueling pistols to Sherriff James E. Davis at a luncheon at the police pistol range in Elysian Park (now the Los Angeles Police Revolver and Athletic Club).