National Geographic : 1933 Sep
Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams AN AFGHAN SILVERSMITH'S SHOP In true Eastern fashion, the silversmith in a bazaar at Herat rests on his rug. Flickering beyond is the tiny charcoal fire that heats his silver, and displayed for sale are bracelets and other handmade jewelry. Photograph byClifton Adams ALL THIS MONEYISJUST APAIN INTHE NECK TOHIM A porter is carrying 2,000 pesos insilver from oneGuadalajara bank to another. A riddle of bandit-ridden Mexico isthat, even during revolutions, unguarded messengers walk city streets carrying bags ofmoney.