National Geographic : 1924 Nov
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE r %I :;:, ~"~i.~~"~ d ~ bl~~ THE CALVARY OF PLOUGASTEL This, one of the finest monuments in Brittany, dates from the sixteenth century. Its sculp tured tablets depict scenes from the life of Christ-the Flight into Egypt, the Marriage of Cana, the Foot Washing and the drama of the Passion being elaborately set forth. © Autochromes by Gervais Courtellemont A BRETON FAMILY THRESHING BUCKWHEAT Many of the farmhouses of this part of France, substantially built of stone but thatch-roofed, consist of only one room, with a floor of hard-trodden earth and a great yawning fireplace. From the rough-hewn rafters hangs a glittering array of pots and pans.