Podium Seal from U.S Interests Section Havana
Havana, Cuba c. 1977
After U.S.-Cuba diplomatic relations were severed in 1961, the U.S. maintained a presence in Havana through an Interests Section from 1977 to 2015. The U.S. and Cuba resumed diplomatic relations on July 20, 2015, when both countries elevated their respective Interests Sections to Embassy status. This metal seal emblem, measuring about 12” in diameter, was mounted to a podium used during events and press conferences at the Interests Section.
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(c. 1977). Podium Seal from U.S Interests Section Havana [Object]. National Museum of American Diplomacy, Washington, D.C., United States. https://diplomacy.state.gov/items/podium-seal-from-u-s-interests-section-havana