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Symboles de la liberté et de l'huma[nité] La Croix Rouge, la mère de toutes les nations.

Symboles de la liberté et de l'huma[nité] La Croix Rouge, la mère de t...

Poster showing two Red Cross nurses, one, a Madonna figure, cradling in her arms a wounded soldier(?) on a litter, between the flags of Haiti and the United States. Piece missing from lower right corner with so... more

Embassy of Haiti, Massachusetts Ave. and Decatur St., NW, Washington, D.C.

Embassy of Haiti, Massachusetts Ave. and Decatur St., NW, Washington, ...

Title, date, subject note, and keywords provided by the photographer. Credit line: The George F. Landegger Collection of District of Columbia Photographs in Carol M. Highsmith's America, Library of Congress, Pr... more

Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French
Decout, June 1804, Haitian Revolution, in French

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