National Geographic : 1924 Apr
TUNISIA, WHERE SEA AND DESERT MEET THE POET RECITES HIS LAY The entertainer, being blind, is admitted to the sacred precincts of this Tunisian home. During childhood the little daughters of Tunis wander at will through the vivid throngs of the city, but at thirteen they assume the Mohammedan veil of femininity, and henceforth their activities are much restricted. 5 Autocnromes oy uervals Lourtellemont CHILDREN OF THE OASIS OF TOZEUR Tozeur, an oasis lying 300 miles to the south of Tunis, is notable for the richness and variety of its vegetation. The dates of this and other Tunisian oases are famous the world over.