National Geographic : 1914 Feb
HUNGARIAN MOTHERS' AND THEIR BABIES Hungarian peasant women have a curious custom of swaddling their infants on immense pillows. The lady on the left isinher best cos tume, the skirt of which is embellished with a number of vari-colored ribbons hanging straight down from the waist. The other two women have their hair concealed under cone-shaped baskets, a universal custom in this section. Note the kitten. Photo by A.W. Cutler.