National Geographic : 1939 Nov
NARROW GAUCHO STIRRUPS ADMIT TOES ONLY In place of a lasso, he carries the boleadoras,a rope with three lead balls at the end. When it is hurled at a steer, the balls whirl out, wrap around the leg of the animal, and throw it. Kodachromes byLuis Marden A SILVER COAT OF ARMS DECORATES HER TEA GOURD The tube, also of silver, comes apart inthemiddle forconvenience in packing. Visitors to Buenos Aires usually bring amate container home with them as a typical South American souvenir.