National Geographic : 1938 Jun
NETHERLANDS INDIES: PATCHWORK OF PEOPLES A NATIVE MONKEY STEALS THE SHOW AT KEHADAPAN Leaving his animal-hunting colleagues, the Geographic staff representative induced a Malay school master to pose his pupils. Up came a monkey-and the camera was forgotten. C) National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams MOHAMMEDAN VEILS DO NOT VEIL MALAY FACES IN SUMATRA Outnumbered in many regions, separated by many dialects, the Malays give Malaysia its name and its common tongue. Converted to Islam in Marco Polo's day, they are a gentle, industrious race.