National Geographic : 1950 Oct
© National cog raplic Society } High, Stylish Shoes Pinch the Toes; Off They Come for Indian Sandals An Arequipa woman removes American-made foot gear of World War I vintage. Sandal vendor carries baby on her back. Stripes (left) decorate candles. Vol canic wall stone was sawed from Misti's slopes (p. 434). l)tla'll'onles Iby ip loss + Andean Looms Have Changed Not at All Since Inca Women Used Them This Indian might have been one of the convent guardians who taught the Virgins of the Sun to weave for the emperors. Her alpaca wool is an Inca heritage. Aniline dyes have replaced fine old vegetable colors.