National Geographic : 1934 Dec
748 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE w a-V I*-- Nr 'Aft y . cps. i"- "h Ja aII A CHARRO AND HIS HORSE AFFECT THE DANDY'S REGALIA As he lavishly grooms his pony, so does the gentleman rider outfit himself in richly embroidered trappings. His fancy jacket, fringed trousers, and spurred heels are in keeping with the studded leather of his saddle. Photographs by Hugo Brehme MEXICO REMEMBERS THE "PROTECTOR GENERAL OF THE INDIANS" The statue of Frey Bartolome de las Casas commemorates the heroic priest who spent his life trying to shield New World natives from the oppressive rule of conquerors. The unit of the Cathedral (see page 745) is the Sagrario Metropolitano, with its striking east facade.