An armed member of the Tonton Macoute (the Haitian militia) controls crowds in the streets of Port-au-Prince, circa 1980.
Credit: Romano Cagnoni
US Coast Guardsman lifting malnourished child as others look on in refugee boat, re US policy denying asylum to all Haitians fleeing homeland.
Credit: Susan Greenwood
Scene in Port Au Prince during election campaign, showing streets crowded with pedestrians.
Credit: William Foley
Haiti's brown landscape contrasts sharply with the rich forests of its neighbor Haiti-Dominican Republic Border, South Of Dajabon, Dominican Republic
Credit: James P. Blair
Portrait of Haitian President Jean-Claude Duvalier and his wife, Michele Bennett Pasquet, as they pose with their first-born child Francois Nicolas Duvalier, Port au Prince, Haiti, 1984. Known as 'Baby Doc,' Duvalier ruled Haiti from 1971 to 1986, when his regime was overthrown.
Olivier Coquelin and Lahaina Kameha in Haiti, February 1981.
Credit: Slim Aarons
People relaxing in the bar at Plantation Cocoyer, Cocoyer Beach, Haiti, February 1981.