National Geographic : 1938 Jun
NETHERLANDS INDIES: PATCHWORK OF PEOPLES A BATAK RADJA'S UMBRELLA IS PROUD; HIS INCOME HUMBLE This stern-faced official represents a million Bataks, whose name is translated "pig eaters." He resides in Pematang Siantar, Sumatran base of the National Geographic Society-Smithsonian Insti tution East Indies Expedition, which brought back alive 890 animals, birds, and reptiles. i National reograpnzc society Finlay Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams WITH FIRE IN HER EYE. MOTHER BUFFALO PREPARES TO CHARGE THE CAMERA Leaving her flower-strewn bath where she had been peacefully soaking herself beside her calf, this carabao drove the intruder away.