National Geographic : 1941 Nov
The Land That Links the Americas Beauty Attends Marcela I, 1941 Carnival Queen Hair ornaments are fastened by tiny springs, so that the flowers and butterflies they represent tremble and quiver with movement of the head. The four-day Carnival culminates with the ceremony of throwing a fish into the sea. In Los Santos are piuec society Kodachronmes by Luis Marden Flying Bobbins Fashion Openwork Lace for the Pollera Province a woman over eighty still makes lace for her country's national costume. Twelve yards used in the blouse (upper picture) and another dozen yards are worked into the skirt.