National Geographic : 1947 Oct
c National Geographic Society Page 542 Kodachromes by Luis Marden and Helen S.Williams Babies Dress Like Mother-Shy Village Girls Cover Their Faces from theCamera's Staring Eye The Atitlan mother stands beside two corn-filled wooden back packs, cacaxtes. A folded sleeping mat rests on topofone; tothe back istied arolled-up palm-leaf raincape. Once a week, unmarried girls of Santiago Atitlan water and sweep out the church. Indian women gobarefoot; most men wear sandals.