National Geographic : 1945 Jul
To Market in Guatemala Kodachrome by Giles Greville Hlelely Colorful, Hand-woven Blouses Show Why Guatemala Indians Are Noted for Their Textiles By her huipil, or slipover blouse, the woman second from right is a visitor to the market at Nebaj. Those flanking her wear the local style. For 20 cents, produce-laden Indians will climb 7,000 feet into the highlands. © National Geographic Society Kodachrome by Charles S. Pineo Checkered Apron and Candy-stripe Pants Identify a Solola Merchant in Guatemala City At Solola the air is heavy with the odor of garlic and onions. These vegetables lie on the vender's counter. Here he weighs apples. A woman carries a heavy load of coconuts on her head.