National Geographic : 1935 Jun
© National Geographic Society WHAT THE WELL-DRESSED YOUNG MOSLEM WEARS These boys with their tutor behind are children of notables in the sacred city of Moulay Idris. Burnooses, undergarments, fez, and babouches, or slippers, are all of the finest material and workmanship, contrasting sharply with the clothes of poorer youngsters. Autochromes Lumiere by M. Flandrin THIS IS A MOROCCAN "CANDY STORE" The vender in the largesquare ofMoulay Idris israrely without a customer, for the Moors have asweet tooth and consume quantities ofthe sugary confection. They arealso fond ofheavily sweetened tea(see Color Plate VII).