National Geographic : 1937 Apr
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Agacolor late by ians Hilldenbrand A MARBLE MONUMENT RECALLS THE PLAGUE THAT STALKED THROUGH VIENNA IN 1679 Emperor Leopold I erected the Trinity Column on the Graben in gratitude for the city's deliver ance, and included his own likeness along with the Holy Trinity, angels, and billowing clouds. The Graben, meaning "moat," now a principal street, once marked Vienna's southwest boundary. t atonal tieograpitc Society Autochrome Lumiere by Hans Hildenbrand GAY, GOOD-HUMORED, THEY TYPIFY VIENNA'S FAMED "GEMUTLICHKEIT" The word is used as a toast or greeting to suggest good nature, kindliness, or joviality. The neat, kerchiefed proprietress of this fruit stand sells most of her wares by the quarter-kilogram (about half a pound). What looks like "11 y " on the signs is really 1.