National Geographic : 1953 Oct
A Few Grains at a Time, Millet Drops Between Water-turned Millstones These little mills, where farmers may grind their grain without charge, are scattered throughout Hunza. Jean Shor took this photograph after the girls screamed and hid from her husband's camera. 509 Kodachromes Ib Jean and Franc Shor, National Geographic Staff " Sheep's Wool Takes a Beating from These Brightly Garbed Housewives After shearing, wool is beaten with thin switches until it becomes soft and fluffy. Fine garments are sometimes made of hair from the Mir's Bactrian camels or, occasionally, from that of the wild ibex.