National Geographic : 1932 Nov
( INational ueograpnic society inlayDirect Color Fnotograpn DyItvaynara uwen ilnams THE MURDEROUS YELLOW RIVER IN A PLEASANT MOOD Known as "China's Sorrow," the Hwang Ho has repeatedly spread death and destruction far across north China. But inwinter theyellow sediment, or loess, which colors and names both the Yellow River and the Yellow Sea, is absent. Theriver, reduced toathird itssummer volume, then wears a mask of beauty and peace. Note the huge water wheel on the left.