National Geographic : 1913 Apr
Photo by L. T. Nelson A TYPICAL CUZCO GIRL A pleasant-faced Cuzco Indian girl holding a yardstick to give an idea of her height, and wearing the regulation costume of the Peru vian Mountain Indian women. The hat is a flat pancake of straw lined on one side with red flannel, and on the other side with blue velveteen decorated with strips of gilt braid. It may be worn either side up, according to the weather. Photo by L. T . Nelson ANOTHER QUICHUA WOMAN: CUZCO' Wearing the typical pancake hat, with the edges turned up, to denote that the weather is fine. The women in the Cuzco market-place form one of the most interesting sights for the average visitor. Photo byL.T.Nelson TYPES OF INDIAN WOMEN INTHE CUZCO MARKET-PLACE Theseare some oftheIndians who were measuredand photographed bytheexpedition (see pages 561, 562).