National Geographic : 1930 Jun
() INatonal Geographic Society "MONTANA" DWELLERS WEAR MOSQUITO-PROOF ROBES Voluminous homespun cotton "shrouds" serve to protect Campa Indians from the numerous insects of upper Amazonia's heavily wooded regions. The doorway is an entrance to a dwelling in which several families live. INatura[-olor Photographs byJacob Gayer PONCHO-CLAD QUICHUAS VIEW AMOVIE ANNOUNCEMENT The sign advertises an afternoon showing ofacomic picture, towhich ladies will be admitted free. On ancient Inca masonry hasbeen imposed an encircled question mark, modern Cuzco's symbol denoting anear-by fire hydrant.