National Geographic : 1944 Sep
The National Geographic Magazine The Turban of Leaves Protects the Bananas, Not His Head, from Bruises In banana parlance, he is a "header." For a half-mile trip he earns one cent (U. S.) . In addition to his 35-pound pay load, he carries personal possessions in a bag slung from the shoulder strap. Q National Geographic Society Kodtachromes by B. Anthony Stewart No Burglar Rat Can Crack This Open-air Corn Safe From each ear a shuck has been pulled back and tied to a pole suspended from the rack. As sister watches, baby gets a standing-up shirt repair from mama's needle.