National Geographic : 1916 Aug
Photograph by Mrs. C. R. Miller THE TRIUMPHAL ARCHES OF AUX CAYES, HAITI The woe-begone donkey in the foregrouna is a picture perhaps more typical of Haiti as it is than any other that can be imagined. One may see processions which include hun dreds of these life-weary creatures traveling to the Haitian markets in the morning and returning with exchanged products in the evening, and frequently carrying women seemingly heavier than themselves. IN THE CEMETERY: PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI The Haitian negro is true to type in his love of ostentation and display. The funerals are nearly always elaborate, and the cemeteries are most ornate spots.