National Geographic : 1946 Apr
494 The National Geographic Magazine Winged SOS Carriers, Homing Pigeons Ride with Every Convoy At Miram Shah they perch at their home base. To it they have brought more than one appeal from military caravans beleaguered by native sharpshooters. Near Peshawar Court an Indian Law Scribe Types a Veiled Woman's Tale of Woe She is not a divorce seeker but a property litigant. He wears a homespun cap from Swat, and beside him is the ever-present tea tray. Like salesman and barber, the Oriental typist goes outdoors.