National Geographic : 1914 Oct
Photo by A. W . Cutler THREE LITTLE JEWS, MUNKACS SCHOOLBOYS: HUNGARY They were persuaded to stand for their pictures only after considerable difficulty. The older boys, and especially the men, could not be induced to stand for love or money. Note the curious tags of hair on either side of cheek; this is the fashion among young and old. going, improvident Magyar of the city is immersed in affairs which will not wait. He who never goes to bed and gets up at seven in the morning; never has money and spends it royally; never puts off till tomorrow what he hopes some one may be induced to do for him next week; whose ideas of time are rather Oriental than Central European; who makes haste, in other matters, with caution and fore bodings, is guilty of much, but never of neglecting his urgent private affairs.