National Geographic : 1947 Mar
Paul E. Case "American Khan," the Author, Is Initiated by the Bakhtiari To earn his soldier's regalia, Mr. Case manfully ate roasted lamb's head with his fingers. Politeness compelled him to change costume before the banquet guests. As he disrobed, they fingered each American garment with curiosity. Staff Photographer Maynard Owen Williams American and Persian Build aNew Iran Dr. L. M. Winsor, by usingthe methods ofhis State, Utah, brought water to the thirsty farms of Iran. There heserved asDirector ofIrrigation. Because of his white goatee, the Bakhtiari called him Parzan (mountain goat).