U.S.M.C. in Pont Beudit, Haiti, photograph album, between 1915 and 1934
- Physical description
- 1 photograph album
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|MSS PHOTO 0521 BOX 1||In-library use|
- A photograph album bound in leather created by a member of the United States Marine Corps sometime during the US occupation of Haiti, between 1915 and 1934. The album contains a few photos of military activities, such as camps, a ship, the :first plane and avaitors in San Domingo", a shooting range, and captured "bandits," as well as photos of the countryside, people, and sights of Haiti and Hispaniola as a whole. Captions are written on most of the images.
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- [identification of item], U.S.M.C. in Pont Beudit, Haiti, photograph album (Mss Photo 0521). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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- Purchase; 2014. Accession MSS 2016-027.
- The United States occupied Haiti beginning July 28, 1915, (when 330 US Marines landed at Port-au-Prince) and officially ending August 1, 1934, though the last maries didn't leave until August 15.
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