National Geographic : 1931 Dec
iNauounal kteograpuic uciycly EVEN THE HUMBLE CORN SHUCK WINS A PLACE IN TRADE Torn into roughly uniform strips, the tough, fibrous shuck is woven into door mats and rugs, into horse and mule collars. Examining the products of a country worker near Auburn. Finlay Direct Color Photographs by Edwin L.Wisherd BEACH ROBES MADE INANNISTON From raw cotton the State for years enjoyed itschief income. But, gradually, as mills multiply,Alabama turns more and more ofitsraw products into finished goods.