National Geographic : 1938 Feb
© National Geographic Society "STOP!" SIGNALS A LISBON TRAFFIC DIRECTOR With his paddle, red on one side and green on the other, he keeps streetcars and automobiles from meeting head on in thoroughfares that are too narrow and tortuous for two-way traffic. Elevators and inclined railways connect street levels in the hilly capital. Finlay Photographs by W. Robert Moore GAY HARNESS AND CAPACIOUS FEED BAGS ARE THE FASHION Bells, tassels, gaudy blinders, and ahigh, carved collar bedeck the horse, which has just brought farm produce inapainted cart tothe market at Olhao (Plate V). Fruit trees flourish inPortugal's warm southern Province of Algarve, popularly known as"the land ofthefig."