National Geographic : 1943 Jul
Casablanca Smiles When East Meets West in North Africa, Smiles Speak a Common Language Tarboosh and turban cover the camel boys. Their bridleless "ship of the desert" is guided by the cord around its neck except when the rider's bare legs give directions. O National Geographic Society Kodachromes by Herbert P. MacNeal A Moslem Family Carries Suitcase and Carpets on Head and Shoulders Two girls pose with veils lowered as willingly as they did with faces hidden. The one bundled in white is tattooed on her chin and forehead.