Patient puffs kindle home-grown tobacco in pipes of wood and buffalo horn ringed with silver as friends exchange lights. Ee Suk’s daughter, who will herself acquire the habit at the age of four or five, ponders the mystery of eating smoke.

National Geographic - July, 1966

Patient puffs kindle home-grown tobacco in pipes of wood and buffalo horn ringed with silver as friends exchange lights. Ee Suk’s daughter, who will herself acquire the habit at the age of four or five, ponders the mystery of eating smoke.

National Geographic - July, 1966

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