National Geographic : 1947 Feb
Hunting Mexico's Buried Temples Piedra Parada Headquarters Stands on a Mound, Perhaps above Archeological Treasures "I should like to have dug below the house," says Dr. Stirling, "except that our host, Don Cesar, generously shared his quarters with us." Don Cesar (below, left) preferred his adobe ranch home to his town house. © National Geographic Society Kodachromes by Richard H. Stewart Photographer Stewart Wears a Birthday Crown of Corn Don Cesar (left) not only permitted the explorers to dig his land; he gave them tips on other archeological prospects and lent his horses for journeys. Cook, water boy, and two workmen complete the picture.