National Geographic : 1956 Apr
552 Bathroom Scales Tell Weight, a Notched Pole Gives Height for a Census Check Dr. Donald P. Abbott of Stanford University takes physical measurements of an Ifalikian family. Biggest man on the atoll weighed 182 pounds, and the tallest just missed qualifying as a six-footer (page 558). -+ Islanders seized eagerly on the chance to learn English in exchange for lessons in their own language. Here by lantern light Dr. Abbott uses printed cards to teach the names of the colors.