National Geographic : 1935 Apr
498 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by A. W. Cutler DOUBLE-DECKED RACKS OF WELLINGTON BOOTS SCREEN A MARKET CORNER Every well-dressed gentleman of Mezokovesd owns a pair, and he keeps them polished to a lustrous glow. Laced shoes are rarely if ever worn by men in the village. Photograph by Melville Chater OLD MAGYAR FOLK STOP TO CHAT AFTER CHURCH SERVICE Elderly women usually dress in black. When the author tried to buy one of the old and richly embroidered jackets worn in the village, she was told it would cost about $50 at the current rate of exchange (see text, page 502).