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Description: A promotional film for travel to Haiti in the 1950s. entrance gate to Marche en Fer, Marche Hippoliye, Iron Market in Port au Prince Haiti, clock tower, minarets, market stalls, vendors, man leading goats, hand carts, souk, pedstrians, pan across dusty shanty town with hills in background, shacks, slums, tin roofs, abbattoir, slaughter house, butchery, fishing boats in harbor with nets, fishermen, more shacks, Texaco gas station with street vendors in front colonial buildings, city street corner,Telegraph and Telephones sign, Alcoa sign, shops, Texaco gas station, Cathedral of Notre Dame, men playing tanbou drums with hands, couple dancing, man watches pan from dirt road across valley with mountains in distance, man rides a horse up a trail, pan across mountains, black haitian boy holds bouquet of white and red flowers child sitting on doorstep, pan up colonial corner building, Hostellerie du Roi Christophe entrance, interior garden, church, Cathedrale du Cap Haitien colonial buildings with arched doorways, sea wall, monument with cross on top, Larco sign, town square stone ruins of large palace of Henri Christophe, stone walls and staircases, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church Citadelle Henry Christophe, hilltop fortress from below, thick stone walls with gun ports, aerial view of ruined fort, fortification, mountaintop fort, Parliament building, legislature, Parlement d'Haiti, domed church clothing for sale, stack of hats, street vendors, front of church with two bell towers, smaller church with one bell tower

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Clip #: TFA-155E
Length: 20:41
Color: Color
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: Caribbean
Country: Haiti
City: Port Au Prince
Subject: Amateur film
Original: 16mm

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