National Geographic : 1955 Feb
179 Kodachrome by Philip Hyde Adobe Apartments and Tenants' Daily Lives Suggest an Indian Pueblo in New Mexico Living in cell-like quarters, the people cultivate dates, figs, apricots, peaches, olives, grain, and nuts. Many subsist almost entirely on dried dates and mint tea. This landscape is not so flat as it appears; actually the fields stand one above the other in gentle terraces. Green groves are watered by the River Todra; rainfall amounts to less than four inches a year. Sahara's forbidding wastes lie beyond the distant Jebel Sarho range.