National Geographic : 1922 Nov
THE MORNING MILK DELIVERY IN CULIACAN ROSALES The juncture of modernism and antiquity may not be apparent at once in this picture. Yet the milk cans areofalate American model, while the burro's caparisons have hardly been changed since the day the Spaniard brought donkeys and packsaddles toNew Spain. The little girl curled on the burro's shoulders-for burro addicts sit their animals at various angles-rides in each morningfrom theranch toserve hercustomers. The man drawing a cupful will make his breakfast of a draught of milk, a light, well-browned, sugar-crustedbiscuit, and becontent.