National Geographic : 1909 Feb
Photos by Ellsworth Huntington AN ARMENIAN FAMILY, CONSISTING OF A FATHER, SON, MOTHER, AND SERVANT, IN ORDER FROM LEFT TO RIGHT The long sleeves of the undergarment are arranged in four different ways. In winter they are used in place of gloves. The stone pestle and the gourds for water are common in remote districts. A GROUP OF ARMENIANS READY FOR DINNER Their costume displays the extent to which they have been influenced by the west. Some wear tunics, others are clad in baggy Turkish trousers, and one has adopted tight European trousers, and therefore finds it inconvenient to sit on his knees or cross-legged as the others do.