National Geographic : 1941 Mar
On the Bank of the Bele River an Orderly Camp Was Hewn fromthe Jungle Staff quarters are on the left, soldiers' and carriers' on the right. Grass roofs were built over the tents, for after three months athigh altitudes, the climate at7,200 feet seemed uncomfortably hot. A fence kept natives from intruding (page 333). In the right backgroundisashelter where tribesmen traded.