National Geographic : 1934 Oct
"HOLD STILL! IT PULLS A LITTLE-BROKEN GLASS ALWAYS DOES! When one wants a shave in rural Haiti, all he has to do is break an old bottle, hand a scrap of glass to a bystander and say, "If you please !" Friends usually shave each other. The barber here, using a piece of glass, is not one by trade. In a regular shop in the country areas, a shave costs about one cent. _Photograph byElizabeth K.Jlibbs WOMEN MAY WALK 50MILES ORMORE TOMARKET They enjoy the social wrangle ofbarter inthemarket place, where they trade their breadfruit, cassava flour, avocados, and mangoes forafew candles, matches, some salt, calico, orabitofsoap. Walking atnight when it is cooler, women may spend several days onatrip, stopping atdifferent markets along the way.