Here is a picture of Haitian president Paul Eugène Magloire on the far left and American President, Dwight D. Eisenhower on the far right with their respective wives in Washington, D.C., United States,1955.
During his visit to the United States paid a visit to Fisk University in Nashville. He received an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree by the president of the University, Charles S. Johnson
On February 22, 1954 - President Paul Magloire appeared on the Cover of Time Magazine, the world's largest circulation for a weekly news magazine.
Here is a picture of General Paul Magloire being decorated by Haitian President Dumarsais Estimé
Magloire was from the rising, black middle-class in Haiti. "Kanson Fé" or "Iron Pants"), as he was known, Magloire overthrew the disastrous regime of President Elie Lescot in 1946. He later allowed the election of a liberal black president, Dumarsais Estimé. When President Dumarsais Estimé, tried to extend his term of office in 1950, with the help of a local elite, Magloire ousted him and took power.
Here is a picture of the Haitian couple, Paul Eugene Magloire and Yolette Leconte Magloire as we are looking at Haitian Wedding tradition.
Two of the most known differences between weddings of other cultures and Haitian weddings include the seating arrangement and the signing of the register. During the ceremony, a groom and his bride sit before each other, mirrored by the bridesmaid and the groom's best man. The witnesses to the marriage sit behind the groom and his best man. Also different is that the marriage certificate sees the entire wedding party as its signatories.