National Geographic : 1913 Nov
A LUBUAGAN IGOROT WOMAN Her skirt bulges out at the waist where it is supported by a "form improver" made of woven rattan. Members of this tribe are often referred to as Kalingas, but they differ from that race in certain essential particulars, although they probably have a good proportion of Kalinga blood. A LUBUAGAN IGOROT WOMAN She is in festal attire andhas her face painted after afashion strictly confined to the people of this region. These people dwell inasort of "No Man's Land," where the territories of the Kalingas, Igorots, Ifuagos and Tingians meet.