National Geographic : 1951 Oct
Q National Geographic Society 4 After a Day's Trek, a Kashgai Family Goes to Town to Shop While their men set up camp and tend flocks, these women and children steal away to the adobe village of Sivand, some 10 miles north of Persia's ancient capital, Persepolis. Almost self-sufficient, such tribespeople need to buy little, but it's fun to look. Kodachromes by .. Baylor Roberts " Children Can't Resist a Look at the Camera; Veiled Women Stare Ahead Chadars envelop the women and girl. Abolished by the late Shah, these all-concealing and often colorful wraps have made a comeback. Only in Tehran are they in the minority. Kashgais live in southern Iran; most lead a semi-nomadic life (pages 462 and 463).