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|Haitian Ambassador to the United States
to United States
February 10, 1925 – May 26, 1928
|Preceded by||León Dejean|
|Succeeded by||Raoul Lizaire|
|Haitian Minister of Agriculture|
November 27, 1929 – January 27, 1930
|Preceded by||Charles Bouchereau|
|Succeeded by||Élie Lescot|
July 9, 1875 |
|Died||December 31, 1946(aged 71)|
|Spouse(s)||Marie Amelie Lizaire (*Unknown-1947)|
|Father||Philippe Hannibal Price|
|Alma mater||Classical studies, College of Beauvais, France. Graduate National Law School Port-au-Prince, Hayti.|
- From 1911 to 1913 he was Secretary at the Haitian Legation in Washington, D.C..
- He returned to Haiti, where he became counselor to the National Bureau du Contentieux. Some time later, Doctor Price was named Counselor of State, a position which, in conjunction with that of consulting counsel to the American financial counselor in Port-au-Prince.
- From February 10, 1925 to May 26, 1928 he served as Minister Plenipotentiary to Washington, D.C..
- From November 27, 1929 till January 27, 1930 he was Haitian Minister of Agriculture.
- Hannibal Price, 
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