National Geographic : 1947 Mar
Weighing the Aga Khan in Diamonds On His Diamond Jubilee Mohammed's Spectacled Heir Speaks English into a "Mike" The setting is Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika, East Africa, a stronghold of the Ismaili Moslems. They venerate the Aga Khan (speaking) as a semidivinity. Scarlet-robed members of the Aga Khan Legion surround him. ) National Geographic Society Kodachronies by David J. Carnegic For Charity, the Aga Khan Balances 243 Precious Pounds Against $1,400,000 in Jewels Bulletproof caskets of transparent plastic rest on the scale. These contain industrial diamonds on loan from London for the weighing. His followers give the cash equivalent to the Aga Khan for his benevolences.