Habitation Leclerc : News Photo

Habitation Leclerc

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The Habitation Leclerc, Haiti, July 1949. The building was the home of French army general Charles Leclerc (1772 � 1802), husband of Napoleon Bonaparte's sister Pauline, who led the Saint-Domingue expedition to the island until his death from yellow fever. Original publication: Picture Post - 4843 - The World Unites On Its First Big Job - pub. 30th July 1949. (Photo by Raymond Kleboe/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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The Habitation Leclerc, Haiti, July 1949. The building was the home of French army general Charles Leclerc (1772 � 1802), husband of Napoleon Bonaparte's sister Pauline, who led the Saint-Domingue expedition to the island until his death from yellow fever. Original publication: Picture Post - 4843 - The World Unites On Its First Big Job - pub. 30th July 1949. (Photo by Raymond Kleboe/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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July 01, 1949
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95791874
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The Habitation Leclerc Haiti July 1949 The building was the home of... News Photo 95791874Architecture,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Color Image,Day,Haiti,History,House,Monument,No People,Outdoors,Photography,Sign,Vertical,Western ScriptPhotographer Collection: Picture Post 2010 Getty ImagesThe Habitation Leclerc, Haiti, July 1949. The building was the home of French army general Charles Leclerc (1772 � 1802), husband of Napoleon Bonaparte's sister Pauline, who led the Saint-Domingue expedition to the island until his death from yellow fever. Original publication: Picture Post - 4843 - The World Unites On Its First Big Job - pub. 30th July 1949. (Photo by Raymond Kleboe/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)