The types of the human skulls taken from those ancient mounds said to have been erected by a prehistoric race, and now called “Mound Builders” a race claimed to be far superior to our Indians are characteristic, not only of the ancient Mexicans, Peruvians and other ancient tribes of South America, but also of the
At the Spanish discovery, South America, like the Northern continent, was, in a great portion, peopled by half-savage tribes, resembling the Indians of our own country. Some powerful and partially civilized kingdoms, however, yet survived, and of these, the empire of the Peruvian Incas was the first. Under the sway of these powerful sovereigns was
George R. Wendling, Jr., of the Myers-Wendling Insurance Company of St. Louis, was born March 9, 1894, in Bloomington, Illinois. His father, George R. Wendling, was also a native of Illinois, his birth having occurred in Shelby county. He became a prominent attorney of that state and was a member of a constitutional convention of
The Patagonians of South America
BURR, Harry L., Jr., Pfc., USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Burr, c/o Chile Exploration Company, Chuquicamata, Chile. MORAWSKI, John, Cpl., USMC. Mother, Mrs. Gladys P. Morawski, c/o Elizabeth Arden Co., Enrique Barron, 964 Casilla 2212, Lima, Peru. PUCINIK, Casimir J., Pvt., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Josephine Alt. c/o American Consulate, Sao Paulo, Brazil.