National Geographic : 1919 Oct
Photograph from Frederick Simpich AN INDIAN GIRL WASHING CLOTHES IN THE YAOUI RIVER MEXICO This is a daughter of one of the poorest and wildest Indian tribes of northern Mexico. The Yaquis arecomparable tothe Apaches. They could never be accused of godliness, but cleanliness among them, as among the Mayas, to the south, isahighly developed virtue. Note theYaqui clothes-drying device, which makes every laundry day a fashion show.