National Geographic : 1951 Dec
© National Geographic Society 4 A Truckful of Afghan Hides Moves into Pakistan at Khyber Pass When the camera was aimed, the Afghan guard hid beside his sentry box; he peeps through a window. Photographer and author here accepted the hospitality of Pakistan officials, who refused food because it was Ramadan, Moslem month of dawn-to-sunset fasting. Kodachrormes Iby J. Haylor Roberts A' Women's Heads Bear Tons of Salt to Lighters in Karachi Harbor Ten women spend half a day loading the barge. Then, moved to the ship's side, it is emptied in a few minutes by suction pipes. Busy Karachi, capital of Pakistan, has grown from 300,000 to 1,500,000 in four years. Its housing shortage can be imagined.