During my year in Taiwan, Chiang Kai Shek was visited by foreign dignitaries three or four time. I remember one of the visits was by President Diem of South Viet Nam.
Of course, from my point of view, the most significant was the June, 1960, visit by President Eisenhower. I believe our Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, with with him, but I don't have any pictures of the Secretary.
Above, we see Chiang and the President inspecting the troops.
And here we have the President addressing a crowd that, if my memory is right, the local press reported as being about a million people.
Most of us old timers will recognize President Eisenhower, Madame Chiang, and Chiang. I believe the couple behind them is the American Ambassador to Taiwan, Everett Drumright and his wife.