National Geographic : 1932 Jun
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE WASH DAY. ON A COUNTRY ESTATE NEAR GYENESDIAS Life on such an establishment is organized along patriarchal lines. The "great house," or "castle," as it is sometimes called, provides accommodation for the owner and his family while the servants and retainers dwell in smaller quarters apart. This serving woman is doing the family laundry at her doorstep, but more often she takes her day's work to a near-by stream. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand HER CULINARY ART TRIUMPHS OVER A PRIMITIVE STOVE All classes of Hungarians, from princes to peasants, are sticklers for well-prepared food. Most cooking is done over wood fires and on earthen stoves.