National Geographic : 1938 Jan
RURAL HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY SiN anonal ueograpnlc oocley tgiacolor rnotograpn uy .uuUI. Daiugln BRIDESMAIDS "DANCE THE DOWRY" FOR ALL THE TOWN TO SEE Tripping down village lanes, friends of a bride display her hope chest treasures. Even the poorer country girls present their husbands with fluffy, handworked pillows and down-stuffed feather beds, to be proudly piled in the parlor and seldom used. The Kalocsa country of Hungary excels in flowered embroidery, like these jackets, aprons, and clocked stockings. On holidays, as a matter of course, color-loving Magyars still wear folk dress.