National Geographic : 1942 Jul
116 The National Geographic Magazine Julien Bryan Machines Are Replacing Manpower, But Human Muscle Still Finds Plenty to Do On a collective farm two Georgians hand-haul a wickerwork wagon laden with newly threshed wheat. Ten million acres of land in Russia's Georgia are devoted to collective farming, with many tractors and other machines to lighten the drudgery. IIE~s ~L!I,9. Sovfoto Into Sterch-Kertch the Mountaineer Rides to Post a Letter He carries the traditional Daghestan silver cartridge cases in his breast pockets. Today they are more ornamental than useful. Like his forebears, he wears a warm lamb's-wool cap and long wool coat.