National Geographic : 1930 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE CIGAR-BANDING MACHINE AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY CARMENS Two girls take the finished and graded cigars, band and repack them in the standard boxes, on familiar display at every cigar stand. Photographs by Clifton Adams A CIGAR-WRAPPING MACHINE IN ONE OF TAMPA'S LARGEST CIGAR FACTORIES Two girls operate a machine. The capacity of each of these machines is 4,000 cigars per day. In October of 1929 a production record of more than 54,000,000 cigars was achieved in Tampa.