Interview with Paulette Saint Lot Frank
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Interview with Paulette Saint Lot Frank, a Haitian folk and opera singer and dancer. Saint Lot Frank is the daughter of Aglae Rameau and Dr. Emile Saint-Lot, a diplomat who was the Haitian Plenipotentiary at the signing of the United Nations charter in San Francisco in 1945. She often travelled with her father as a child, and she later served in the Haitian diplomatic corps in Spain and England. She also studied at the London and Madrid Conservatories. She returned to Haiti in the late 1950s, and was offered a position in the Haitian Tourist Department. In 1964, she immigrated with her two sons to New York, where she met her husband Dr. Henry Frank, who was the Consul General of the Republic of Haiti in New York. During that time, she served as the Executive Secretary of the Organization of African Unity to the United Nations.