National Geographic : 1938 Jul
PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH--IN A LAND OF MILK AND HONEY TOO YOUNG TO GO A-MILKING, A PRETTY MAID FEEDS THE CALVES Pure-blooded Guernseys are raised on this Lancaster County farm. Ayrshires. Jerseys, and Holsteins are the other favored dairy breeds among the Pennsylvania Dutch. Beef cattle generally are bought from western ranges and fattened for market. Herefords are the principal type of "feeders"' purchased. S. atlIlnal C~ug rauJlc cuCIycy 1ulaytuLu r lotugral)s uy J. naylOr RoDUerts "BY THE PORCH MAKE NICE, 'KINDER,' FOR YOUR PICTURE" Amish boys usually have their hair cut at home. Often a crock is placed over the head and held just above the ears. Scissors, snipping along its rim, produce the desired "bobbed" effect.