National Geographic : 1955 Feb
© National Geographic Society 156 Ektachrome by Emil Brunner A Hatter Hangs His Wares Above a Windowless Stall to Lure the Street Trade in Fes These corded caps, crocheted by young Moors, spell "Morocco" to souvenir-buying travelers. Arabs wear them beneath turbans; boys use caps alone. Debating a purchase, this father backs his son against a caravan chest, half of a camel's burden. The youthful merchant works in the doorway to catch the light.