National Geographic : 1936 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE JUST SUCH A ROLY-POLY LAMB MAY HAVE FOLLOWED MARY TO SCHOOL, TO MAKE "THE CHILDREN LAUGH AND PLAY" Flocks of fine sheep are frequent in central and northern Indiana. These tame lambs were photographed on the stock farm of Squire Jess Andrew, near Westpoint. © National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by Willard R. Culver IN A CHILDREN'S PET PARADE MARCHED TWO MAKE-BELIEVE ZULUS AND A "TIGER" Entered from Mishawaka Orphans' Home, this brother and sister took first prize. Such annual processions, popular in Hoosier towns, bring out a veritable Noah's Ark of assorted creatures, from goats, birds, and lambs to snakes and turtles.