National Geographic : 1934 Feb
Photograph from Richard C. Gill THE TYPEWRITER ALWAYS DREW A CROWD Mr. Gill's machine was a never-failing source of amusement to the Indians. They could not comprehend why anyone should spend so much time poking the keys merely to make rows of black marks on paper. Photograph byRichard C.Gill "MRS. CRUSOE" INSPECTS ANEWLY MADE CLEARING Frequent rides formed a pleasant part oftheday's routine. This particular one led to a recently cleared-off area which was being made ready for planting bananas.