National Geographic : 1938 Apr
AUSTRIAN KODACHROMES FROM A CANDID CAMERA "HALO" HATS OF GOLD, SILVER, AND BLACK FRAME BREGENZER SMILES Their mothers and grandmothers once wore these same costumes, which were recently in style again when the cycle of feminine fashions favored " mutton-leg" sleeves. ) iNatlonal ueograptnc society Kodachrome Photographs by W. Robert Moore THE QUEST FOR EDELWEISS LURES HER TO THE EDGE OF A SHARP CLIFF This woolly flower, literally the "noble white," grows on high Alpine slopes. Prized because of its scarcity, edelweiss is usually found in isolated places. Below this mountain, near the Gross Glockner (Plate I), stretches the verdant Moll Valley.