National Geographic : 1933 Mar
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A THATCH-ROOFED TREASURE CHEST OF POPOW Poland's rural homes are museums of peasant art and handicrafts. Crowded, and sometimes shared with domestic animals, these humble homes are centers of individual taste and skill in creating textiles, embroideries, and utensils of distinction and beauty (see Color Plate IV). © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand WHITE CAPOTES AND STRIPED TROUSERS OF ZDUNY Peasant dress does not suggest such fire and gay spirits as the Poles show in their dances and holiday gatherings. Boot-heels stamp out wild rhythms, long coat-tails bell out in whirling dances, orange and black-striped trousers move like pistons to the mad measure of violin and lusty song.