National Geographic : 1931 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE VISITORS COMING TO CALL, AS THE SEAPLANE ALIGHTS IN HAITIAN WATERS These boys are diving for coins. In swift flight from one country to another, the expedition often found itself with small sums of unspendable coins, left over from the last stop. They served thus for largesse! Photographs by Jacob Gayer LONG BEFORE DAWN HAITIAN COUNTRYWOMEN START TO MARKET Many peasants walk, or come by burro, from miles back in the hills. Fruit and vegetables are plentiful and very cheap. Both barter and sale prevail, objects as trifling as half a dozen matches changing hands.