National Geographic : 1934 Sep
THIS BOY ONCE WAS A DESERT NOMAD Instead of a camel for a pet, he now has a curly-haired dog. Born in a caravan, the young Moor is a Spanish errand boy. Like many of his brothers at Villa Cisneros, his head is.shaved except for the umbrellalike forelock. Photographs by Charles and Anne Lindbergh TROPICAL FLYING MEANT ABATTLE WITH THE SUN Two native boys of theCape Verde Islands help Colonel Lindbergh, who is "doping" cracks on theplywood wing covering, caused byintense heat which also constantly curled uptheedges ofthecloth strips.