Armbrister, Trevor
June 1963
Saturday Evening Post;6/29/1963, Vol. 236 Issue 25, p34
Describes people living in slum area called The Dump, less than two miles from the presidential palace in Lima, Peru. Concerns over the health of residents; Livelihood of people; Problems with food scarcity.


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