National Geographic : 1942 Aug
Si alauonal ueugrapnic society 1inlay uy ienry i;lay uipson Native Dancers Display Fantastic Costumes against a Background of Punoand Lake Titicaca Indian and Spanish motifs both are evident in the gaudy nightmare garb of the beastlike figures and of the maninappliqued maroon knickers and jacket. Four Indians play small wooden Panpipes. The Indians of Puno are of two distinct groups, each speaking a different language. Intermarriage between the two tribes is rare. At Puno, 12,540 feet above sea level, travelers may shift from train to steamers plying big Lake Titicaca.