National Geographic : 1922 Nov
ADVENTURING DOWN THE WEST COAST OF MEXICO 451 TIIE FAMILY CHICKEN COMES TO TOWN The Mexican Indian lives upon a margin unbelievably narrow to more fortunate folk. In the picture the man has brought one chicken to the city market. He may have walked a dozen miles to sell it. He will sleep uncomplainingly on the cold stones under an archway and he will not go home until he has sold the fowl. The few pennies obtained for it will establish the domestic exchequer on a firm, if impermanent, foundation.