National Geographic : 1947 Mar
© National Geographic Society . Kodacnrome byDavid J.Carnegie A Weighing Machine's Quiet Drama Stirs Pilgrims as No Football Thrill Ever Moved aPacked Stadium Dar es Salaam, home of 74,000 Africans, Indians, Arabs, and Europeans, was taxed by the crowd of visitors. To house them, sackcloth huts were thrown upbelow the coconut palms. Streets became so congested that automobile traffic was limited. Merchantsenjoyed asales boom.