National Geographic : 1941 Aug
Staff Photographer W. Robert Moore Raking Masts of Fishing Craft Line Up in Sloping Ranks across the Lisbon Water Front Even these boats of Phoenician type, with brightly painted, upturned prows, are considered by luckless war refugees, anxious toflee Europe. Many homeless Euro peans long to meet a skipper willing to risk his tiny craft in a dash for the North African coast. The few ocean liners which still link Portugal and the Western Hemisphere moor at the city's new docks, in the distance at right. Every Friday an American Export Lines ship departs from here,bound for New York.