National Geographic : 1930 Sep
@ National Geographic Society Natural-Color Photograph by Hans Hildenbrand GYPSIES ARE NUMEROUS IN THE LANDS OF THE SOUTHERN SLAVS Unlike their brethren in most other parts of the world, these gypsies are not nomads and generallyhave atleast semi-permanent homes. They frequently inhabit the suburbs of the cities and follow agricultural pursuits for a livelihood. To augment their incomes, many ofthem play inbands and orchestras at night. The girl is from a gypsy settlement near Pristina, a town of Jugoslavia.