National Geographic : 1920 Sep
206 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE CHICKEN AND DUCK SELLER They help him to cry his wares. You are sure of getting your fowl fresh. He is toiling up the road by which the tram ascends to Santa Thereza Hill, and Sylvestre on the slopes of Corcovado. Photographs by TTarriet Chalmers Adams THE ONION-SELLER: RIO DE JANEIRO Like the Portuguese and Spaniards, the Brazilians are very fond of onions and men earn a livelihood selling them on the streets of the city. Like all the other street sellers, the onion man has his particular cry to attract attention-perhaps unnecessary, if to windward.