SIX PHOTOS FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES
August 13, 1915
Note from Bob Corbett: I won this photo spread on e-bay in 2004. It is currently in my personal library.
WHEN U.S. MARINES WERE LANDED IN HAYTI
Marines marching from League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia, for the Connecticut, which is shown below sailing with 500 of them on board.
A typical Haytian citizen, a revolutionist, actual or potential.
Cannon guarding the President’s Palace, Hayti from revolutionists.
The battleship Connecticut.
A revolution street scene in Hayti.
Rear Admiral Caperton, who landed the first party of 50 Marines from the Gunboat Eagle.